Who's Afraid of Blaise Pascal?
Opiate Receptors and Their Definition by Antagonists
A Collaborative Clinical Trial on Trial
Naloxone
Dantrolene in Human Malignant Hyperthermia A Multicenter Study
Thiopental Disposition as a Function of Age in Female Patients Undergoing Surgery
Thiopental Disposition in Lean and Obese Patients Undergoing Surgery
The Effect of Acute Phencyclidine Administration on Cyclopropane Requirement (MAC) in Rats
Different Laryngeal Responses during Respiratory Arrest Produced by Hypoxia Withdrawal, Thiopentone, Ketamine, and Lidocaine in Cats
Induction of Anesthesia with Halothane Increases Plasma Norepinephrine Concentrations
Opiate Receptor Mediation of Ketamine Analgesia
Respiratory Effects of Nitrous Oxide during Enflurane Anesthesia in Humans
Preterm Infants are More Prone to Complications Following Minor Surgery than are Term Infants
Air Embolism Associated with Pulmonary Artery Catheter Introducer Kit
Use of a Stabilized, Armored Endotracheal Tube in Maxillofacial Surgery
High-Dose Epidural Morphine in a Terminally III Patient
Physostigmine Reversal of Psilocybin Intoxication
One-lung Anesthesia for Pediatric Thoracic Surgery
Heparin-Lock for Repeated Anesthesia in Pediatric Radiation Therapy
Age and Epidural Dose Response in Adult Men
Percutaneous Cannulation of the Internal Jugular Vein in Patients with Coagulopathies
Airway Management during Anesthesia in Patients with Epidermolysis Bullosa Dystrophica
Back Pressure Check Valves a Hazard
Exposed O2 Flush Hazard
Temperature Correction of Arterial Blood-gas Values
Malfunction of Ohio Modulus® Anesthesia Machine
Modification of Pediatric Laryngoscope
Methods of Radial Artery Cannulation and Subsequent Arterial Occlusion
Awareness during Fentanyl Anesthesia
Continuous Insulin Infusion is Preferred Method for Managing Diabetics
Continuous Insulin Infusion is Preferred Method for Managing Diabetics
An Unusual Cause of Leakage in an Anesthesia System is More Usual Than It Should Be
An Unusual Cause of Leakage in an Anesthesia System is More Usual Than It Should Be
The Anesthesiology Triad in Obstetries