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November 15, 1890

EDITORIAL NOTES.

JAMA. 1890;XV(20):723-724. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410460023006

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Abstract

Accidental Death of a Physician from Chloroform.  —Dr. Justus E. Gregory, a well-known physician of Brooklyn, was killed on October 25, by an overdose of chloroform, He had been accustomed to inhale this anæsthetic for the relief of facial neuralgia. On the evening of his death he inhaled a dose of twenty drops on a handkerchief, he felt some relief but called for another dose, and five minutes later was found dead. Dr. Gregory was 49 years of age. He had been a surgeon in the army during the war of the rebellion.

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