RMG384K9–Operation with Lister's antiseptic spray in use Date: late 19th century
RM2CT0XT8–Joseph Lister. Portrait of the British surgeon, Joseph Lister, 1st Baron Lister (1827-1912), c.1902. Lister was a pioneer of antiseptic surgery.
RM2B1F1N0–JOSEPH LISTER (1827-1912) British surgeon and pioneer of antiseptic surgery
RME5RBRY–Woman using an antiseptic spray.
RF2HXH923–Joseph Lister (died 1912) was a British surgeon, medical scientist, experimental pathologist and a pioneer of antiseptic surgery and preventative medicine. The caption for this 1912 image reads: “The Man who saved a million lives. It is probably no exaggeration to say that Lord Lister, the great English surgeon, has saved a million lives, for without his wonderful discoveries nine-tenths of the operations that are performed in hospitals of the world would result in death. He showed how the fatal poisoning of wounds, which nearly always followed operations, could be avoided, and the whole world
RMK5A114–1903 Vintage advertisement for antiseptic disinfectant Lifebuoy Soap
RFCRM8JD–A bubble pack of Strepsils antiseptic throat lozenges.