Hans C., Swedish surgeon, 1879-1937. See: Jacobaeus operation.
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In addition, Hans Christian Jacobaeus applied the approach to operate on a human being in 1910.
* 1910--First clinically useful laparoscopy (Jacobaeus, Germany).
Laparoscopy-the early attempts: spotlighting Georg Kelling and Hans Christian Jacobaeus. JSLS 1997; 1:83-85.
Scallop species such as the smooth (or white) scallop Flexopecten glaber, the variegated scallop Chlamys varia [currently placed in genus Mimachlamys and referred as synonym to the black scallop Mimachlamys varia (Linnaeus, 1758)], the Saint James scallop (or pilgrim's) Pecten jacobaeus (Linnaeus, 1758), and the queen scallop Aequipecten opercularis are the major representative species that are widely distributed in the Mediterranean (Mattei & Pellizzato 1996, Zenetos 1996).
News, it had been less than a century since Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb; just over 50 years since Hans Christian Jacobaeus first created air pneumoperitoneum using a trocar, followed by the Nitze cystoscope; about 40 years since Richard Zollikofer created a carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum; 25 years since F.H.
For the analytical modelling of switching networks, the methods based on Jacobaeus approach [38] and linear programming can be used [39].
Westerberg, H., Jacobaeus, H., Hirvikoski, T., Clevberger, P., Ostensson, M.
The first laparoscopy in humans was performed in Sweden by Christian Jacobaeus in 1910.
Jacobaeus of Sweden in 1910.9 But It was only in early 1950\'s, that Raoul Palmer published the first ever work on \'Diagnostic Laparoscopy\'.9 In 1975, Tarasconi from Brazil performed the first organ resection (Salpingectomy) by laparoscopy.9 Likewise, despite after more than half a century struggle, Semm from Germany who performed the first appendectomy in 1981, faced great difficulty in recognition of his work.
In 1911, Jacobaeus reported first laparoscopy procedure in humans.
(1995) exhaustively extracted (5x) carotenoids from fresh tissue of gills and digestive glands of Adamussium colbecki and Pecten jacobaeus with acetone and petroleum ether.