Nathan Keep - William Morton's Salieri?
by
Keep P.
Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.
Anaesthesia. 1995 Mar;50(3):233-8


ABSTRACT

Dr Nathan Cooley Keep (1800-1875) was a Boston dentist and doctor who carried our pioneering work in both dentistry and anaesthesia. He worked with William Morton before the first public demonstration of ether anaesthesia, formed the world's first anaesthetic partnership with Morton but parted company with him and later opposed Morton's claim to be the sole inventor of ether anaesthesia.
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