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Aaron on the other hand had been collecting reports of adverse outcomes of etherisation from the British and French medical journals and described them in an editorial titled 'The ether mania', which preceded Pugh's surgical case report.
After providing a review of a number of fatal cases, and others in which complications followed etherisation, Aaron concludes, quite reasonably in the circumstances, ".
This strongly suggests that Pugh had agreed to send Aaron case reports of the patients whose course under etherisation had been stormy and which had led to Pugh's critical letter of 18 June.
John Collins Warren's support was instrumental in Morton being allowed to demonstrate his new method for producing insensibility and also in the subsequent promotion of etherisation.
Oliver Wendell Holmes first coined the term "anesthesia" in the mid-1800s to describe the state of etherisation as the absence of sensation.