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THE USE OF PROLONGED CONTINUOUS SPINAL ANESTHESIA TO RELIEVE VASOSPASM AND PAIN IN PERIPHERAL EMBOLISM
IMPRESSIONS OF THE CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS OF ANAESTHESIA IN GREAT BRITAIN
ESERINE AND NEOSTIGMINE ANTAGONISM TO D-TUBOCURARINE
REGULATION OF BLOOD PRESSURE DURING SPINAL ANESTHESIA
THE ANALGESIC AND HYPNOTIC ACTIONS OF BARBITURATES
PONTOCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE FOR BRACHIAL BLOCK ANALGESIA
THE USE OF DEMEROL IN PATIENTS SENSITIVE TO MORPHINE
CONTINUOUS SPINAL ANESTHESIA
ANTENATAL SELECTION OF DONORS FOR EXCHANGE TRANSFUSION IN ERYTHROBLASTOSIS
ANESTHESIA FOR PLASTIC SURGERY OF THE FACE
POSTOPERATIVE PAIN
A CART DESIGNED FOR STORING CONTINUOUS SPINAL MATTRESS
PROCAINE RESISTANCE. REPORT OF A CASE
“SEMI–OPEN” ENDOTRACHEAL ANESTHESIA
CORRESPONDENCE
CORRESPONDENCE
CORRESPONDENCE
CORRESPONDENCE
Advances in Anesthesia
Spinal Anesthesia (Editorial)
Changes in the Angioscotomas Associated with the Oral Administration of Evipal
Surgical Relief of Pain in Paraplegic Patients
Diploma in Anaesthesia
Annual Report, Department of Anaesthesia, Addington Hospital, Durban, 1946
Intravenous Procaine in the Treatment of Trauma
The Use of d-tubocurarine Chloride in Anaesthesia
Centenary of Chloroform Anaesthesia
Demcrol for Analgesia in Obstetrics
Trilene Analgesia—Simple Apparatus for Self-Administration
Diethyl Oxide
Sigmodal in Obstetrics. Clinical Observations with a Report of Three Reactions
Local Anaesthesia in Obstetrics
Further Observations on Penetrating Wounds of the Heart and Pericardium
Avoidable Meningitis
Oxygen Therapy
Anaesthesia in Labour and Cacsarean Section
Influence of Steroid Hormones on the Sensitivity of Adrenalectomized Mice to Procaine
Modern Anesthesia
Endotracheal Anesthesia
Laryngeal Spasm during Anaesthesia
Painless Childbirth
The “Open” Endotracheal Method of Anaesthesia for Harelip and Cleft Palate Operations on Infants
Conduction Anesthesia for Focal Neuralgias in Rhinologic Practice
The Effect of Caudal Anesthesia on Urinary Incontinence following Prostatectomy
Anesthesia in Colorado during the Nineteenth Century
Influence of Anesthesia on Experimental Neurotropic Virus Infections. II. In Vitro Studies with the Viruses of Western and Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis, St. Louis Encephalitis, Poliomyelitis (Lansing), and Rabies
First Experiences with Intraval Sodium
Combined Pentothal, Curare and Nitrous Oxide Technic
Procaine Block of the Sympathetic Nerves in the Study of Intractable Pain and Circulatory Disorders
Factors which Modify the Choice of Anesthesia in the Surgery of Trauma
Complicated Surgery of the Abdomen with Reference to Anesthesia, Drainage, Pre and Postoperative Care—with Case Reports