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Monday, January 31, 2011
An interview with Edmond I Eger II, MD
Two weeks ago, in our first edition of Page 2, we described the article that has been most cited from this journal, "Minimum alveolar anesthetic concentration: a standard of anesthetic potency." The Wood Library of Medicine has a collection of interviews of pioneers of our specialty. Here we present an interview with one of the authors of that article, Edmond I Eger II, MD. In the interview, Dr. Eger discusses his career with Dr. W. K. Hamilton. We thank Drs. Frank Scamman and Bradley E. Smith for making these videos available to us. The video is about one hour in duration and in the beginning there’s about 1 minute where Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Eger seem to be talking but nothing is heard.

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J. Lance Lichtor
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J. Lance Lichtor, M.D
J. Lance Lichtor, M.D. is a professor of anesthesiology and pediatrics at The University of Massachusetts Medical School. He is the web editor and an associate editor for Anesthesiology.

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