Chaussier

Chaus·si·er

(shō-sē-ā'),
François, French physician, 1746-1828. See: Chaussier line, Chaussier sign.
References in classic literature ?
The family very likely came at first from France, and the name may mean shoemaker, from an old Norman word chaucier or chaussier, a shoemaker.
Moran recomendaba los textos de Francisco Chaussier (1746-1828), frances, de Maria Francisco Javier Bichat (1771-1802), texto de Anatomia descriptiv, ademas del texto Manual del anatomista, de Jacobo Pedro Maygrier (1771-1835).
In the case of the oral cavity, for example, ordinary physicians used to employ incisions that disfigured the deceased: they cut both cheeks, from the lips to the ears (Chaussier 85).
An important factor behind this different methodology was that in forensic autopsy, the examination had to be complete (Marc 13-14; Chaussier 22; Tourdes and Metzquer 409).
According to forensic handbooks, at the end of his examination, the doctor had to wrap the body in a shroud, and the district attorney or one of his representatives put on seals (Chaussier 108).
One finds this repeated command in forensic medical literature too (Chaussier 108; Tourdes and Metzquer 417).
One of the fathers of forensic medicine in France is Francois Chaussier (1746-1828).
Chaussier's main purpose was to teach other physicians the operative techniques he thought scientifically sound and not too destructive.
Francois Chaussier, an obstetrician of Dijon, designed a reservoir bag in 1780 that could be filled with air or oxygen and connected to a facemask; this was an improvement on household bellows filled with ash and dust.
In the mid-19th century, Anne Jean De Paul modified and revived Chaussier's tube for resuscitation of newborn infants.
Chaussier, J.F.; Gredey, D.; Bermer, D.; Vannes, A.B.; Rigolet, M.
Las tecnicas de conservacion experimentaron un importante avance al emplearse diversas sustancias quimicas debido principalmente a investigadores como Hunter (17181783), quien utilizo el alcohol como medio de fijacion y conservacion; Dionis empleo el acido tanico para evitar el crecimiento de hongos, Chaussier (1746-1828), utilizo el sublimado o bicloruro de mercurio para evitar la putrefaccion y favorecer la modificacion; Ritter (1714-1784) utilizo arsenico, Scheele (1742-1786) aplico la glicerina para la conservacion de cadaveres, von Hofmann (1818-1892) quimico aleman descubrio el formol el ano 1868.