medicochirurgical

med·i·co·chi·rur·gi·cal

(med'i-kō-kī-rŭr'ji-kăl),
Relating to both medicine and surgery, or to both physicians and surgeons.
[medico- G. cheirourgia, surgery]

medicochirurgical

An adjective of waning use, referring to both medicine and surgery—i.e., medicosurgical.

med·i·co·chi·rur·gi·cal

(med'i-kō-kī-rŭr'ji-kăl)
Relating to both medicine and surgery, or to both physicians and surgeons.
[medico- + G. cheirourgia, surgery]

medicochirurgical

Pertaining to both medicine and surgery.

med·i·co·chi·rur·gi·cal

(med'i-kō-kī-rŭr'ji-kăl)
Relating to both medicine and surgery, or to both physicians and surgeons.
[medico- + G. cheirourgia, surgery]
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He described its use at the Edinburgh MedicoChirurgical Society on 10 November 1847 (xxvi,1) claiming that it was better than ether as its action was more rapid, complete and persistent; less was required; and it was pleasanter and cheaper.