Jean Lenègre (1904 – 1972) was a French cardiologist. Professor of experimental and comparative pathology. Lenègre-Lev disease
David H Spodick (1927 – ) is an American Cardiologist. Eponymously affiliated with Spodick's sign in acute pericarditis (1974)
Brown-Séquard heralded as an eccentric genius; a foremost neurophysiologist; the father of modern endocrinology and hormone replacement theory.
Edward Hallaran Bennett (1837-1907) Irish surgeon. Bennett fracture: Two-part intra-articular thumb fracture base of first metacarpal
Biography Born May 25, 1914, in London, England 1934 – BSc Physiology, University of London 1938 – BSc Physiology, University of London 1939-1945 Member of the South African Medical Corps 1952 – Completed anesthesia residency Beth Israel Hospital, New York.…
Robert Alvin Berman (1914-1999) was an American anesthesiologist and inventor including the Berman Airway, Quick Cuff and Respir-Aider
William Ganz (1919 – 2009) Slovakian-born American cardiologist. Co-invented the Swan-Ganz catheter with Jeremy Swan at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 1970
Harold James Charles 'Jeremy' Swan (1922 – 2005) was an was an Irish cardiologist. Co-invented the Swan-Ganz catheter with William Ganz in 1970
Alexander Wood (1817 – 1884) was a Scottish physician. Credited with being the inventor of the first hypodermic needle (1853), taking the 'sting of the bee' as his model
Francis Rynd (1801 – 1861) was an Irish physician. Arguably the inventor of the hypodermic needle, performing and recording the results of the first hypodermic injection on June 3rd 1844.
Edmond 'Ted' Eger II (1930 – 2017) was an American anesthesiologist. Minimal alveolar concentration (MAC)
Archie Ian Jeremy Brain (1942 – ) British anaesthetist. Best known as the inventor of the laryngeal mask (LMA™)