THE USE OF A STEROID (VIADRIL®) AS AN ANESTHETIC AGENT
RENAL HEMODYNAMICS IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF PENDIOMIDE
EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL RESULTS WITH CONTROLLED HYPOTHERMIA
OBSERVATIONS ON THE HEART SOUNDS DURING ANESTHESIA WITH CYCLOPROPANE OR ETHER
EFFECT OF ATROPINE, SCOPOLAMINE AND MEPERIDINE ON MAN
A MIRROR LARYNGOSCOPE
ANESTHESIA. XLVIII. ANESTHETIC POTENCY AND THE UNCOUPLING OF OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION
THE USE OF SUCCINYLCHOLINE DURING ENDOTRACHEAL EXTUBATION
EFFECTS OF ETHER, CYCLOPROPANE, AND PENTOTHAL® IN SHOCKED RATS
A METHOD FOR STUDYING RESPIRATORY FUNCTIONS IN AWAKE OR ANESTHETIZED PATIENTS
THE USE OF BANTHINE AS A DRYING AGENT FOR PEDIATRIC ANESTHESIA
THE INTERPRETATION OF RESPIRATORY DRUG EFFECTS IN MAN
NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCK IN MAN
THE PERSISTENCE OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM EFFECTS OF PENTOTHAL®
COMPARISON OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR PROPERTIES OF A NEW NONBARBITURATE INTRAVENOUS ANESTHETIC AGENT WITH THOSE OF THIOPENTAL
EVALUATION OF MAREZINE® AND BONAMINE® IN LOWERING THE INCIDENCE OF POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING
CARBON DIOXIDE HOMEOSTASIS DURING ANESTHESIA. III. VENTILATION AND CARBON DIOXIDE ELIMINATION
CARBON DIOXIDE HOMEOSTASIS DURING ANESTHESIA. IV. AN EVALUATION OF THE PARTIAL REBREATHING SYSTEM
CHLORPROMAZINE
SPINAL ANALGESIA WITH LUCAINE®
STUDIES IN THE USE OF SUCCINYLCHOLINE
INFLUENCE OF HALOGEN SUBSTITUTION ON ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS
CHANGE IS INEVITABLE
Circulation and Homcostasis. Medical Science Publication No. 3. Army Medical Service Graduate School, Walter Reed Army Medical Center. 367 pages. Paper $1.25. U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C. March 24, 1954
Compilation of Paintings on the Normal and Pathologic Anatomy of the Reproductive System
A VISUAL AID ATTACHMENT FOR LARYNGOSCOPE
CASE REPORTS
SEVERE METHEMOGLOBINEMIA FOLLOWING DENTAL EXTRACTIONS UNDER LIDOCAINE ANESTHESIA
A GAS-TIGHT METHOD OP ACCOMMODATING A GASTRIC DRAINAGE TUBE IN THE CIRCLE CIRCUIT
THE SPREAD OP DRUGS USED FOR SPINAL ANESTHESIA
TRICHLOROETHYLENE FOE THE REDUCTION OF PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH MALIGNANT DISEASE
A SIMPLE CONNECTOR FOR DOUBLE LUMEN TRACHEOBRONCHIAL CATHETERS
A NEW INDICATOR FOR SPINAL EPIDURAL ANALGESIA
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