OXYGEN TENSION OF TISSUES IN VIVO GEORGE E. BROWN MEMORIAL LECTURE
EVIDENCE FOR A MEDULLARY INSPIRATORY PACEMAKER
PULMONARY COMPLIANCE IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIAC DISEASE
THE RALTIONSHIP BETWEEN INTRABRONCHIAL AND INTRAALVEOLAR PRESSURE AND HEMODYNAMICS
CALPILLARY RESISTANCE IN RESPONSE TO ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY
CHANGES IN THE VASCULAR TONUS DURING CEREBRAL AND REGIONAL HYOTHERMIA
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS PRESENTED BEFORE SOTH SCIENTIFIC SESSION, AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OCTOBER 25 TO 28, 1957. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
ETHER IN FATTY TISSUE DURING ETHER ABSORPTION AND ELIMIANTION
CIRCULATORY DEPRESSION INDUCED BY HIGH LEVELS OF POSITIVE PRESSURE BREATHING COUNTERACTED BY METARMINOL (ARAMINE)
EFFECT OF MORPHINE AND n-ALLYLNORMORPHINE ON CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS AND OXYGEN METABOLISM
THE USE OF MEPERIDINE IN PERORAL ENDOSCOPIES
INDICATIONS AND CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR THE USE OF MOLAR SODIUM LACTATE
RESUSCIATATION OF THE K-ARRESTED HYPOTHERMIC HEART AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
THE RESPIRATORY ACTIVITY OF CERTAIN NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING COMPOUNDS
ANTAGONISM BETWEEN A BIS-QUATRNARY OXAMIDE WIN 8078, AND DEPOLARIZING AND COMPETITIVE BLOCKING AGENTS
THE CHEMISTRY AND MODE OF ACTION OF TRANQUILIZING DRUGS
THE ADRENAL CORTICAL RESPONSE TO SURGERY II. CHANGES IN PLASMA AND URINARY CORTICOSTEROID LEVELS IN MAN
THE CHANGES IN PLASMA 17-HYDROXYCORTICOSTEROID LEVELS DURING SURGICAL PROCEDURES
THE EXCRETION OF ADRENALINE, NORADRENALINE, 17-HYDROXYSTEROIDS AND 17-KETOSTEROIDS DURING THE POSTOPERATIVE STAGE
NARCOSIS AND EMULSION REVERSAL BY INERT GASES
THE RENAL RESPONSE IN MAN TO ACUTE EXPERIMENTAL RESPIRATORY ALKALOSIS AND ACIDOSIS
HYPOTHERMIA FOR ADULT CARDIOVASCULAR SUGERY
DIFFERENTIAL HYPOTHERMIA IN EXPERIMENTAL BEPATIC SURGERY
VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY COMPARING VARIOUS VOLTAGES AND DURATIONS OF ELECTRIC SHOCK IN DEFIBRILLATION OF THE CANINE HEART
BRONCHOSCOPY AS AN AID TO RESUSCITATION
THE USE OF “ARTERIALIZED” VENOUS BLOOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF CHANGES IN THE ARTERIAL O2 AND CO2 TENSIONS FOLLOWING HYPERVENTILATION
OXYGEN IN THE PHYSICIAN'S SATCHEL
THE EFFECTS OF INHALATION ANAESTHETICS ON THE CIRCULATION
THE CLINICAL PROBLEM OF ACUTE CIRCULATORY FAILURE
BLOOD VOLUME CHANGES IN NEUROSURGICAL (INTRACANIAL) OPERATIONS AS DETERMINED BY RADIOISOTOPES
ELECTROGRAPHC MONITORING OF ANAESTHESIA
CARBONCAIN—d, l-N-METHYL-PIPECOLIC ACID 2,6-DIMETHYL-ANILIDE
TETANY IN WOMEN FOLLOWING SPINAL ANALGESIA
OXYGEN STUDIES OF THE CORD BLOOD OF CESAREAN-BORN INFANTS
TRICHLORETHYLENE IN OBSTETRICS
TREND IN OBSTETRICAL ANESTHESIA FOLLOWING THE ACEPTANCE OF A TWENTY-FOUR-HOUR PHYSICIAN ANESTHESIA SERVICE
PANEL DISCUSSION
THE SURGICAL TOLERANCE OF THE ELDERLY PATIENT
MEDICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN ADRENAL SURGERY
CURRENT CONCEPTS IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF SHOCK
THE CONCENTRATIONS OF CYCLOPROPANE REQUIRED FOR THE DIFFERENT LEVELS OF ANESTHESIA AND FOR RESPIRATORY ARREST
VIEW OF REVIEWS
CLASSICAL FILE
INTRAVENOUS ANESHTESIA