It is now over a year since I began the use of liquid air in the hospitals of New York, and less than a year since I published in the Medical Record a preliminary report of the results obtained by its use up to that time; and I am led to-day to accept your invitation to present this subject to your Section, no less by the pleasant recollections of the last time I appeared before you, than by the many communications I have received since publishing my report, from all parts of the world, demonstrating the lack of knowledge of the public as well as physicians as to what liquid air really is. I have received requests from physicians from nearly all parts of the United States, from Mexico, from Germany and even from New Zealand, asking that a small package be sent and all expense would be paid at
WHITE AC. POSSIBILITIES OF LIQUID AIR TO THE PHYSICIAN. JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(7):426–429. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.52470070012001d
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