gamgee tissue

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gamgee tissue

(ˈɡæmdʒiː)
n
a type of dressing for wounds
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Birmingham surgeon Dr Joseph Sampson Gamgee invented the surgical dressing called Gamgee Tissue - cotton wool between two layers of gauze - in 1880.
Insurer and employee benefits provider BHSF - originally founded in 1873 by eminent Birmingham surgeon Joseph Sampson Gamgee - has commissioned specialist firm K3 to create a Microsoft-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system.
Living across the way was Dr Joseph Sampson Gamgee, a doctor who founded the Birmingham Hospital Fund.
Acme Whistles was founded by Joseph Hudson in the 1870s and BHSF was established by eminent local surgeon Joseph Sampson Gamgee in 1873.
Living across the way was Dr Joseph Sampson Gamgee, a doctor who founded the Birmingham Hospital Fund, whose headquarters are at Gamgee House, just off Monument Road.
The organisation was founded in 1873 by a Birmingham surgeon, Joseph Sampson Gamgee, who encouraged payroll contributions to support local hospitals.