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The Achievements of the Past and Challenges of the Future
Pulmonary Compliance in Anesthetized Man
Volume-Pressure Relations of the Respiratory System of Curarized Infants
Carbon Monoxide Accumulation in Closed Circle Anesthesia Systems
Oxygen Administration by Mask in a Pressure Chamber
Blood pH and Plasma Levels of d-Tubocurarine
Inhalation Anesthetics and Permeability of Human Erythrocytes to Monosaccharides
Effects of Nitrous Oxide—Curare, Ether and Cyclopro pane on Postoperative Respiratory Adequacy
Mechanics of Breathing During Anesthesia. 2. The Influence of Airway Adequacy
Minimum Alveolar Anesthetic Concentration
Temperature Dependence of Halothane and Cyclopropane Anesthesia in Dogs
Equipotent Alveolar Concentrations of Methoxyflurane, Halothane, Diethyl Ether, Fluroxene, Cyclopropane, Xenon and Nitrous Oxide in the Dog
Performance of Lungs and Bronchi During Inhalation Anesthesia
Forearm Venous and Arterial Responses to Halothane and Cyclopropane
Some Aspects of Fluid and Electrolyte Metabolism in the Brain
Paracelsus and His Contributions to Anesthesia
Hyperbaric Oxygenation
Flammability of Fluroxene
Intravenous Regional Anesthesia of the Upper Extremity
Methoxyflurane Solubility in Plastics
Human Cerebrospinal Fluid Osmolality at 37° C
Safety Modification of the Bennett Tracheostomy Circle
Modified Endotracheal Tubes for Bronchography in Children
A Nerve Stimulator for the Continuous Monitoring of Muscle Relaxant Action
Residual Curarization
Milestones in Anesthesiology
Physiology and Biophysics of the Circulation
Physiology of Respiration
Acute Problems in Resuscitation and Hypothermia
Clinical Testing of New Drugs
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN
HYPERBARIC OXYGENATION
HYPERBARIC OXYGENATION
PULMONARY RESISTANCE
ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION
INDUCED COUGH
INFANT TRACHEOSTOMY
INTERSTITIAL FLUID PRESSURE
PULMONARY SHUNTING
PULMONARY SURFACTANT
ACETYLCYSTEINE
PULMONARY EDEMA
COLLATERAL VENTILATION
EMPHYSEMA
PROLONGED APNEA
ACUTE. ASTHMA
KEROSENE PNEUMONITIS
OBESITY AND RESPIRATORY FUNCTION
CARDIAC ARREST
CARDIAC CONDUCTION
CARDIAC METABOLISM
POLYPEPTIDES—CARDIAC EFFECTS
ARRHYTHMIAS
ARRHYTHMIA
FIBRILLATION
ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE
POSTURAL CHANGE
CIRCULATORY STIMULANT
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK