UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION AND ANESTHESIOLOGY
THE BENEFITS AND HAZARDS OF PENTOTHAL ANESTHESIA
A CONTINUOUS DROP METHOD FOR SUBARACHNOID ANALGESIA
SOME GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS IN EVALUATING LOCAL ANESTHETIC SOLUTIONS IN PATIENTS
STELLATE GANGLION BLOCK
ANESTHESIA. XIV. A STUDY OF CERTAIN PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF ISOPROPENYL VINYL ETHER
INTERCOSTAL BLOCK WITH LONG-ACTING ANESTHETIC IN UPPER ABDOMINAL OPERATIONS
NEW CONCEPTS OF MORPHINE ANALGESIA
EXPERIENCES WITH PENTOTHAL SODIUM ANESTHESIA IN WAR CASUALTIES
ECONOMICS AND ANESTHESIA
Intravorors Anesthesia
Principles and Practices of Inhalai tonal Therapy
Textbook of Erodontia
AX EASY METHOD OF PUTTING INFLATABLE CUFFS OX ENDOTRACHEAL TUBES
AN AID IX PREVEXTIXG THE IXTERCHAXGE OF CYLINDERS DURIXG THE ADMINISTRATION OF AXESTHETIC GASES
Refrigeration in Surgery of the Extremities. New England
The Effectiveness of Plasma. Gelatin and Saline Transfusions in Preventing Shock Indeed by Leg Muscle Trauma and Tourniquets
Refrigeration Anesthesia in Surgery
The Use of Refrigera-tion in Amputations and Peripheral Vascular Disease. New England
Simplified Method of Continuous Caudal Analgesia in Obstetrics
Influence of Continuous Caudal Anale/esta and Anesthesia; on the Blood Loss During the Third Stage of Labor
Anonymous
Pain in the Chest
The Use of Naphtho-caine as a Local Anesthetic in Ophthalmology
Sulfonamide Inhibiting Action of Procaine
Pentothal Sodium Range of Usefulness, Complications and Their Management
Intravenous Anaesthesia
Continuous Intravenous Adrenaline in Spinal Anaesthesia; for the Control of Blood-pressure
Apparatus for Administering Oxygen
Removal of Ether Vapour during Anaesthesia
Pethidine as an. Obstetric Analgesic
Obstetric Aualyesia with Pethidine
The King's College Hospital Endotracheal Harness
Editorial
The Use and Abuse of Barbiturates
Safety Factors in Anaesthesia and Analgesia
Bone Marrow as a Site for the Reception of Infusions, Transfusion, and Anaesthetic Agents
The Explosion Hazard in Anesthesia
Foreign Bodies Lodged in the Air or Food Passages
Convulsions under Anaesthesia; Treated hy Change of Posture
Obstetric Deaths in 1912 (Philadelphia) Resulting from Operative Delivery other than Cesarean Section
The Management of Certain Aspects of Gas Poisoning with Particular Reference to Shock and Pulmonary Complications
Control of Pain in Posttraumatic and Other Vascular Disturbances
Resuscitation of the Drowned Today
Operating Tabic for Oral Surgery on Infants and Children