Henrietta Marchant Liston (Mrs. Robert Liston). by Gilbert Stuart, 1800.jpg

Henrietta Marchant Liston (Mrs. Robert Liston). by Gilbert Stuart, 1800.jpg

Robert Liston performed the only operation with a 300% mortality rate; His patient, his assistant and a spectator died

Robert Liston performed the only operation with a 300% mortality rate; His patient, his assistant and a spectator died

Antes de la anestesia, era muy valorado actuar rápido, para disminuir el periodo de sufrimiento. Robert Liston (1794 – 1847) ganó fama por su velocidad de amputación.     En una ocasión, "Amputó la pierna en 2,5 minutos, pero en su entusiasmo también los testículos del paciente"

Antes de la anestesia, era muy valorado actuar rápido, para disminuir el periodo de sufrimiento. Robert Liston (1794 – 1847) ganó fama por su velocidad de amputación. En una ocasión, "Amputó la pierna en 2,5 minutos, pero en su entusiasmo también los testículos del paciente"

david wilkie artist | Sir Robert Liston, Diplomat - David Wilkie - WikiPaintings.org

david wilkie artist | Sir Robert Liston, Diplomat - David Wilkie - WikiPaintings.org

Robert Liston - On The Table With One of History’s Most Infamous Surgeons - Robert Liston - 300% mortality rate

On The Table With One of History’s Most Infamous Surgeons

Robert Liston - On The Table With One of History’s Most Infamous Surgeons - Robert Liston - 300% mortality rate

GILBERT STUART : Henrietta Marchant Liston (Mrs. Robert Liston)

GILBERT STUART : Henrietta Marchant Liston (Mrs. Robert Liston)

Robert Liston was a competent surgeon who contributed significantly to medicine as a science. Then he had the misfortune to have one seriously bad day, and became a legend in the medical community.

​The Legend Of The Surgery With The 300% Mortality Rate

Robert Liston was a competent surgeon who contributed significantly to medicine as a science. Then he had the misfortune to have one seriously bad day, and became a legend in the medical community.

Sir Robert Liston, Diplomat, 1811   by David Wilkie

Sir Robert Liston, Diplomat, 1811 by David Wilkie

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