ANESTHESIA The effects caused by nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, shown in a dissertation in medicine. Discovered in 1772 by Joseph Priestley, in the studies of Sir Humphry Davy (who was experiencing it upon himself to declare that its properties possessed all the benefits of alcohol while avoiding the defects), this compound was used as a factor to make the 'anesthesia. Drawing the beginning of the nineteenth century.

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title: EFFECTS OF GAS HILARIOUS

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caption: ANESTHESIA The effects caused by nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, shown in a dissertation in medicine. Discovered in 1772 by Joseph Priestley, in the studies of Sir Humphry Davy (who was experiencing it upon himself to declare that its properties possessed all the benefits of alcohol while avoiding the defects), this compound was used as a factor to make the 'anesthesia. Drawing the beginning of the nineteenth century.

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