COMPARATIVE VALUE OF VARIOUS PARENTERAL FLUIDS
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE ANESTHETIST IN REDUCING THE OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS OF THORACIC SURGERY
TRANSFUSIONS OF BLOOD AND PLASMA
IONIZATION OF THE AIR
SPINAL ANESTHESIA WITH MONOCAINE FORMATE
SODA LIME CONTAINING INDICATORS
CONTINUOUS SPINAL ANESTHESIA
A NEW MODIFICATION OF THE CONVENTIONAL LARYNGOSCOPE AND TECHNIC FOR LARYNGOSCOPY
SPINAL ANESTHESIA IN THE THERAPY OF PULMONARY EDEMA
THE REVOLUTION IN RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY
THE NUFFIELD DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHETICS
Regional Analgesia for Intra-Abdominal Surgery with Special Reference to Amethocaine Hydrochloride. By NORMAN R. JAMES, L.R.C.P. & S., D.A. Cloth. Price, 6s. Pp. 57, with 27 illustrations. London
Recent Advances in Anesthesia and Analgesia (Including Oxygen Therapy)
CORRESPONDENCE
THE MACINTOSH LARYNGOSCOPE BLADE
AN ARM REST FOR PATIENTS AT OPERATION
A KIT FOR INTRAVENOUS BARBITURATES
Surgical Treatment of the Aged
Magill Tubes
An Effective Method for Anesthetizing Small Animals
A Simple Method for the Approximate Analysis of Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen in Gas Samples
Effect of Cocaine on the Inactivation of Epinephrine and Sympathin
The influence of Low Concentrations of Cocaine on the Metablolism of Phonol
The Effects of Anesthetic Agents on Muscular Contraction
The Time Factor in Surgical Operations
Intravenous Use of Morphine Sulfate
The Inactivation of Cholinesterase by Morphine, Dilaudid, Codeine and Desomorphine
General Anesthesia
Pentothal Sodium Oxygen Anesthesia in Major Surgery
Delayed Recovery from Trilene Anaesthesia
Trichlorethylene Anaesthesia by the Single-dose Method
Further Observations on Trichlorethylene
Preliminary Study in the Use of Continuous Caudal Anesthesia
Two Hundred Deliverics under Low Spinal Anesthesia
Damage to the Spinal Cord and Meninges Following Spinal Anesthesia—a Clinico-pathological Study
Site of Embolus after Spinal Anaesthetic
Specific Gravity of the Cerebrospinal Fluid with Special Reference to Spinal Anaesthesia
Serial Spinal Analgesia
Anaesthesia for the Badly Wounded
Anaesthesia under Wartime Conditions
Further Aspects of Anaesthesia under Wartime Conditions
General Anesthesia Under War Conditions
A New Instrument for Visual Determination of Blood-pressure. Part I. Physical Considerations
A New Instrument for Visual Determination of Blood-pressure. Part II. Clinical Aspects
Effect of Anesthesia on Lymph Flow (Local Procaine, Ether, Pentobarbital Sodium)
Cerebral and Basal Ganglia Degeneration Due to Anoxia Secondary to Anesthesia–Case Report