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" What a sigh of intense relief we surgeons breathed," writes Dr. Keen, "when the patient was once more safe in bed can hardly be imagined! "
The Surgical Operations on President Cleveland in 1893 - 第 40 頁
William Williams Keen 著 - 1917 - 52 頁
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History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850, 第 8 卷

James Ford Rhodes - 1919
...hypodermic of one-sixth of a grain of morphine was given — the only narcotic administered at any time. What a sigh of intense relief we surgeons breathed...patient was once more safe in bed can hardly be imagined !" ' On the evening of July 5 Cleveland was able to leave the yacht and walk from the launch to his...
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Ill-Advised: Presidential Health and Public Trust

Robert H. Ferrell - 1996 - 224 頁
...This greatly assisted the subsequent effort to keep the operation secret. At 1:55 PM all was done. "What a sigh of intense relief we surgeons breathed when the patient was once more safe in bed," Keen wrote, "can hardly be imagined! " Cleveland received a small injection of morphine to keep him...
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Real Life at the White House: Two Hundred Years of Daily Life at America's ...

John Whitcomb, Claire Whitcomb - 2000 - 511 頁
...Part of the roof of his mouth had to be removed, and one of the doctors later wrote, "What a sigh of relief we surgeons breathed when the patient was once more safe in bed." But his recovery would be difficult. Cleveland became depressed. He told Attorney General Richard Olney,...
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