Bretonneau

Bre·ton·neau

(brĭ-tô-nō′), Pierre 1778-1862.
French surgeon who described typhoid and diphtheria and performed the first tracheotomy (1825).
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Other more experimental places are included, such as Pierre Buraglio's multi-faith hospital oratory (Hopital Bretonneau, 18th arrondissement, Paris) and Tadeo Ando's Space for Meditation at the Unesco headquarters in the seventh arrondissement along with the Peace Garden there (1958, by Isamu Noguchi, artist, and Teomon Sano, gardener).
1] Department of Hematology-Hemostasis, Trousseau Hospital and Francois Rabelais University, Tours, France; [2] INSERM, Tours; [3] Department of Pneumology, Bretonneau Hospital and Francois Rabelais University, Tours, France.
In 1821, French physician Pierre Bretonneau described diphtheria's unique clinical characteristics during an epidemic in southern France, when he named it diphterite after the leathery texture of the pseudomembrane.
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University Paris V, Paris, France; ([dagger]) Hopital Necker-Enfants Malades, Paris, France; ([dagger]) Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Bretonneau, Tours, France; [section] Hopital Robert Debre, Paris, France; and [paragraph] Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
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It was in this context that French physician Pierre Bretonneau (1778-1862) studied the disease and coined the word la diphtherite (Greek for leather, describing the pharyngeal membrane).
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