CLINICAL EXPERIENCES IN THE EARLY MANAGEMENT OF THE MOST SEVERELY INJURED BATTLE CASUALTIES
THE PRIMARY REPAIR OF WOUNDS OF MAJOR ARTERIES
THE MANAGEMENT OF ARTERIAL INJURIES IN BATTLE CASULTIES
STUDIES ADRENAL FUNCTION IN COMBAT AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS
STUDIES OF THE ABSORPTION AND METABOLISM OF GLUCOSE FOLLOWING INJURY
THE HPERTENSIVE RESPONSE TO INJURY
A STUDY OF PLASMA AMYLASE ACTIVIY IN THE COMBAT CASUALTY
GASTRIC AND SALIVARY SECRETION FOLLOWING INJURY
THE HEMOSTATIC RESPONSE TO INJURY
HEPATIC FUNCTION FOLLOWING WOUNDING AND RESUSCITATION WITH PLASMA EXPANDEERS
THE BACTERIAL FLORA OF THE BLOOD STREAM IN THE KOREAN BATTLE CASUALTY
THE BACTERIAL FLORA OF BATTLE WOUNDS AT THE TIME OF PRIMARY DEBRIDEMENT A STUDY OF THE KOREAN BATTLE CASULTY
ANALYSIS OF RESPIRATORY ACIDOSIS DURING ANESTHESIA
THE RATE OF BODY WEIGHT LOSS FOLLOWING SURGICAL STRESS OF UNIFORM INTENSITY
PROCAINE INJECTION OF THE PREFRONTAL LOBE OF THE BRAIN; TECHNIC AND PRESENT INDICATIONS
AN ANLYSIS OF THE SYMPATHETIC TRUNK, COMMUNICATING RAMI, STMPATHETIC ROOTS AND VISCERAL RAMI IN THE LUMBAR REGION IN MAN
BILATERAL LIGATION OF THE PAROTID DUCTS TO PREVENT SALIVARY INCONTINECE
ARTERIO-VENOUS FISTULA OF THE LUNG
GROWTH HORMONE