Findlay, Francis McRae

Master pnID: 
AMH-PN1097
History of Arizona medicine; collections of Orville Harry Brown, M.D. [AHSL Special Collections WZ 70 AA7 H673]: 
volume 11, page(s) 256
Degree|Title|Profession: 
MD
Residence(s): 
Santa Barbara CA
Residence(s): 
Kingman
Arizona Medical Board record: address: 901 N Webb Dr, San Manuel, Arizona; license issued: 04/06/1946; medical school: HARVARD MED SCH, Boston, Massachusetts; graduation date: 06/22/1922.
See History of Arizona medicine; collections of Orville Harry Brown, M.D. [AHSL Special Collections WZ 70 AA7 H673].

J Am Med Assoc, May 1936; 106: 1666: The sixty-fifth annual meeting of the California Medical Association will be held at the Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado, May 25-28, under the presidency of Dr. Robert A. Peers, Colfax. Among many other speakers will be the following physicians: ... Francis M. Findlay, Santa Barbara, The Surgical Approach to Hypertension. ...
J Am Med Assoc, Dec 1948; 138: 1132: INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS. To the Editors -- A patient 23 years of age has swollen glands in the left side of his neck. By blood smear the disease has been diagnosed as acute infectious mononiicleosis. Are there authentic reports of specific remedies for this disease? The patient has only a slight fever but is apprehensive. Francis M. Findlay, M.D., Kingman, Ariz.
J Am Med Assoc, Oct 1952; 150: 737: To the Editor: -- What do orthopedic surgeons mean by Bragard's sign and Ely's sign? Francis M. Findlay, M.D., Kingman, Ariz.
JAMA, Aug 1972; 221: 724: FINDLAY, Francis McRae; San Manuel, Ariz; Harvard, 1922; certified by the American Board of Surgery; past president of the Pinal County Medical Society; served as a member of the state board of medical examiners; veteran of World War II; chief surgeon of Magna Copper Company; died April 11, aged 74, of brain tumor.
AT LARGE WITH DENNIS L. BREO: June 6, 1944 -- Two doctors relive D-Day dangers. JAMA, Jun 1994; 271: 1799 - 1804: "A shell exploded about 100 feet from where I was lying and seriously wounded a general from the engineer brigade. Maj Francis M. Findlay, commander of Surgical Team 16, crawled over and tried to help." ... "[Treadwell L. Ireland, MD,] also assisted in what was probably the first lifesaving procedure on the beach -- the successful attempt by Findlay to treat a sucking chest wound that was causing a soldier to suffocate. Ireland recalls, 'While Findlay inserted a needle in the man's chest to allow the excess air to escape and then gave plasma, one medic held a blanket to cover the opening to the pillbox and another held a lighted candle so we all could see'" ... "The blast knocked Findlay, Ireland, and others off their feet and sent great clouds of sand billowing into the pillbox...."
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