PRESENT STATUS OF THE PROBLEM OF PREVENTING ANESTHETIC EXPLOSIONS
THE PREVENTION OF CYCLOPROPANE-OXYGEN EXPLOSIONS BY DILUTION WITH HELIUM
THE HAZARD OF FIRE AND EXPLOSION IN ANESTHESIA
ANESTHESIA IN RELATION TO CARDIAC DISEASE
THE INTRAVENOUS USE OF DIHYDROMORPHINONE HYDROCHLORIDE (DILAUDID) FOR ANALGESIA
CRITERIA IN THE CHOICE OF ANESTHESIA
AN EXPERIMENT IN THE RECORDING OF SURGICAL AND ANESTHETIC DATA IN MILITARY SERVICE THE ADAPTATION OF HOLLERITH PUNCH CARDS, USED AT SECOND ARMY MANEUVERS, 1940
INFLUENCE OF CYCLOPROPANE UPON PERIPHERAL BLOOD FLOW IN MAN
THE STABILITY OF VINYL ETHER (VINETHENE)
REGIONAL ANESTHESIA FOR SURGERY OF THE THORAX AND ABDOMINAL WALL
NUPERCAINE AND DEXTROSE 1
SUBARACHNOID BLOCK WITH CRYSTALLINE PONTOCAINE
A SURGEON COMMENTS ON THE SPECIALITY OF ANESTHESIOLOGY
Handbook of Anesthetics.—Fifth Edition
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ANESTHESIOLOGY SECTION OF THE CALIFORNIA MEDICAL ASSOICATION
Paraldehyde Analgesia and Perineal Aneshtesia in Obstetrics
Spontaneous Pneumothroax Following Positive Pressure Intratracheal Anesthesia
Anoxia
“Anesthesie à La Reine.”
Postoperative Complications. An Analysis of Etiology, Diagnosis, Prophylaxis and Treatment
The Teaching of Anesthetic Methdos for Use in General Practice
Preoperative Management of the Child Patient
Means of Decreasing the Toxicity and Complications of Anesthesia
Further Experience with Divinyl Ether (Vinethene) Anesthesia
Factors Influencing the Choice of the Anesthetic Agent and some Suggestions on Anesthetic Technic
A Technic for General Anesthesia in Surgery of the Mouth
Intravenous Anesthesia and How to Use It
Effects of Atropine on the Local Action of Procaine
Effects of Spinal Anesthesia Upon Venous Pressure in Man
The Action of Parasympathetic-Mimetic Drugs in Asthma
Shock
Management of Local Anesthesia, Particularly for the Diabetic Patient
The Transfusion of Conserved Blood
Further Studies with Ethyl Normal Propyl Ether
Treatment of Burn Shock with Plasma and Serum
Devised to Prevent Gas Mix-ups
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Under Anesthesia
Morphine-scopolamine Anesthesia—in First Aid Treatment of the Injured
New Clinical Aspects of the Analgesic Action of Morphine
The Value of the Fundamental Sciences in the Establishment of Anesthesiology
A Statistical Study of Postoperative Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism. I. Incidence. in Various Types of Operations
Perforating Gunshot Wounds of the Abdomen; an Analytic Study and Statistical Review of Two Hundred and Ninety-two Cases
The Blood Bank of the Johns Hopkins Hospital