PRODUCTION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE IN THE RESPIRATORY TRACT BY CILIARY ACTION AND ITS RELATION TO POSTOPERATIVE ATELECTASIS
THE SURVIVAL OF PRESERVED RED CELLS AFTER TRANSFUSION
THE Rh FACTOR
DIFFUSION RESPIRATION IN THE DOG ANESTHETIZED BY PENTOTHAL SODIUM
AN ANALYSIS OF INHALATION ANESTHESIA BY GRAPHIC MEANS
STUDIES ON PARALDEHYDE. II. THE MEDIAN LETHAL DOSE, LD50 OF PARALDEHYDE FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD RATS ON TWO DIETARY REGIMES
ANESTHESIA. X. THE IRRITATIVE ACTION OF VOLATILE ANESTHETICS ON THE MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POTENCY AND CHEMICAL CONSTITUTION
EDITORIAL
GWATHMEY
The Detection of Leaky Ampules
FATAL PULMONARY EMBOLISM DURING MANIPULATION OF HIP UNDER ANESTHESIA
Visible Ampules
Some Complications of Caudal Anesthesia and Their Management
Pulmonary Embolism during Continuous Caudal Anesthesia, Report of a Maternal Death
the Rectal Administration of Pentothal Sodium
The Rectal AdMinistration of Pentothal Sodium
ANESTHESIA for Thoracic Surgery
Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery in the army
Chloralhydrate as a Premedication for Anaesthesia
Further Studies of the addition Liability of Demoral
Protective action of Sulfanilamide Against Hepatic Damage from Chloroform Inhalation. War Med
Anaesthesia
ContinuouS Spinal Anesthesia
Ether versus Cyclopropane
Influence of Various Drugs on the Threshold for Electrical Convulsions
Reflex Cardiac Inhibition under General Anaesthesia
Vinethene for Dental Anesthesia
The Relief of Acute Pleuritic Pain by Intercostal Nerve Block
Bronchoscopy as a Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedure
Convulsions under Ether Anesthesia
Two Complications with Trichlorethylene Anaesthesia
A new Circle Type Carbon Dioxide Absorber
The Anaesthetic Record
General Anesthesia in Dentistry and Oral Surgery
Local Anesthesia Treatment of Sprains
Death During Anesthesia
The Need for An Accurate Understanding of Anesthetic Risks
Anesthesia for Neurosurgery (With Special Reference to Tricholorethylene)
Anesthesia Today
Recent Advances in Anesthesia
Modern (Non-volatile) Anesthesia
Current Considerations of the Army Anesthesiologist