EDITORIAL
THE MECHANICS OF BREATHING IN DIFFERENT BODY POSITIONS. I. IN NORMAL SUBJECTS
AN ANALYSIS OF THE MECHANISM OF BARBITURATE-INDUCED CARDIOVASCULAR DEPRESSION AND ITS ANTAGONISM BY SYMPATHOMIMETIC AMINES
SOME PROBLEMS OF ANESTHESIA ENCOUNTERED IN EXPERIMENTAL CARDIAC RESEARCH
TOXIC REACTIONS TO LOCAL ANESTHETIC DRUGS
THE NATURE OF DRUGS WITH MENTAL ACTIONS AND THEIR RELATION TO CEREBRAL FUNCTION
TRIFLUOROETHYLVINYL ETHER (FLUOROMAR). A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON CLINICAL EXPERIENCE AND ANIMAL EXPERIMENT
DEFIBRILLATION, CARDIAC ARREST, AND RESUSCITATION IN DEEP HYPOTHERMIA BY ELECTROLYTE SOLUTIONS
CHANGES IN COAGULATION OCCURRING IN DOGS DURING HYPOTHERMIA AND CARDIAC SURGERY
STUDIES IN SURGICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY. III. PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS OF EPINEPHRINE AND NOR-EPINEPHRINE IN ANESTHESIA, TRAUMA AND SURGERY, AS MEASURED BY A MODIFICATION OF THE METHOD OF WEIL-MALHERBE AND BONE
HEAT-STROKE DURING AND AFTER ANESTHESIA
MEASUREMENTS OF MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EVENTS OF THE CARDIAC CYCLE I. EFFECT OF TACHYCARDIA, PREANESTHETIC MEDICATION, AND DI-ETHYL ETHER ANESTHESIA
TECHNIQUES INVOLVED IN SURGICAL REMOVAL OF PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA
HYPOVENTILATION
GENERAL ANESTHESIA FROM THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC POINT OF VIEW
ANESTHESIA FOR THE PATIENT WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE FOR AMBULATORY ORAL SURGERY
PREVENTION OF SPINAL CORD SEQUELAE RESULTING FROM SPINAL (SUBARACHNOID) BLOCK
SPINAL ANESTHESIA IN MORE THAN THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND VAGINAL DELIVERIES
ANAESTHESIA FOR MAJOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN THE NEWBORN AND THE INFANT
ANESTHESIA FOR PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGERY
TRICHLOROETHYLENE SELF-ADMINISTERED IN OBSTETRICS
TRAINING FOR CHILDBIRTH. I. A TRAINING METHOD FOR CHILDBIRTH UNDER HYPNOSIS
SOME PREOPERATIVE WARNINGS OF POTENTIAL OPERATING-ROOM DEATHS
A PREANESTHESIA CLINIC
COMPLICATIONS OF THYROID SURGERY
FULMINATING POSTOPERATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCAL BRONCHOPNEUMONIA
A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF THORACIC SURGERY AND SOME OF ITS CONSEQUENCES
DIRECT LARYNGOSCOPY AND TRACHEAL INTU***NTION
BRICKBATS AND BOUQUETS