Alterations in Influenza Virus Pulmonary Pathology Induced by Diethyl Ether, Halothane, Enflurane, and Pentobarbital Anesthesia in Mice
Comparison of Local Anesthetics as Bronchodilator Aerosols
Enflurane, Isoflurane, and Methoxyflurane Metabolism in Rat Hepatic Microsomes from Ethanol-treated Animals
Pulmonary Blood Pressure and Flow during Atelectasis in the Dog
Suppression of Noxiously Evoked WDR Dorsal Horn Neuronal Activity by Spinally Administered Morphine
Metabolism by Rat Hepatic Microsomes of Fluorinated Ether Anesthetics Following Ethanol Consumption
Systemic Vascular Responses to Atracurium during Enflurane–Nitrous-Oxide Anesthesia in Humans
Plasma Renin, Catecholamine, and Vasopressin during Nitroprusside-induced Hypotension in Ewes
Effects of Nitrous Oxide, Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation, and Their Combination on Brain Potentials Elicited by Painful Stimulation
Influence of Epinephrine as an Adjuvant to Epidural Morphine
Hypokalemic Familial Periodic Paralysis
A Comparison of Zomepirac and Codeine as Analgesic Premedicants in Short-stay Surgery
Kawasaki Disease—A Disease with Anesthetic Implications
Deep Body Thermometry during General Anesthesia
Postoperative Rigidity Following Fentanyl Anesthesia
Estimating Allowable Blood Loss
Symptomatic Pneumocephalus after Translabrynthine Acoustic Neuroma Excision and Nitrous Oxide Anesthesia
Anesthetic Management of a Child with Asthma and Presumed Susceptibility to Malignant Hyperthermia
Accidental Disconnection and Pulmonary Barotrauma
Naloxone and Its Analeptic Effect
Failure to Use O2 Analyzers to Prevent Hypoxic Accidents
The Cluttered Anesthesia Machine—A Cause for Hypoxia
Nothing New Under the Sun—A Japanese Pioneer in the Clinical Use of Intrathecal Morphine
Potential Pitfalls in Measuring Regional Cerebral Glucose Utilization
Potential Pitfalls in Measuring Regional Cerebral Glucose Utilization
Hazard of a New Epidural Catheter
Hazard of a New Epidural Catheter
Considerations in the Treatment of Causalgia
Considerations in the Treatment of Causalgia
Vive Pascal!
What's a Gram-meter?
Statistics Should Support Rather than Strangle Anesthesiology Literature
Absence of Evidence Is not Evidence of Absence
Use of the Left-entry Laryngoscope Blade in Patients with Right-Sided Oro-Facial Lesions
Another Look at Tension Pneumocephalus
Another Use for Intravenous Fluid Containers
Book Received
Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery
Intensive and Rehabilitative Respiratory Care, 2rd Edition