I thank Dr. Trubuhovich for reminding Anesthesiology’s readership and me that the Doctors Fothergill were native Yorkshiremen and not Scotsmen. In preparing for my February 2016 editorial,1  my files boasted a copy of Dr. Trubuhovich’s2  June 2006 article, but they lacked a copy of his September 2006 correction.3  That is certainly my failing and not Dr. Trubuhovich’s.

Competing Interests

The author declares no competing interests.

References

1.
Bause
GS
:
Airway command from 1700 to 1846: An historical review.
Anesthesiology
2016
;
124
:
264
2.
Trubuhovich
RV
:
History of mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing: II. The 18th century.
Crit Care Resusc
2006
;
8
:
157
71
3.
Trubuhovich
RV
:
History of mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing: Some matters concerning John and Anthony Fothergill.
Crit Care Resusc
2006
;
8
:
262