ANESTHESIOLOGY IS FOR THE WORLD
REGURGITATION IN ANESTHESIA
NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING PROPERTIES OF VARIOUS ANTIBIOTIC AGENTS
USE OF MONITORING DEVICES DURING ANESTHESIA AND OPERATION
OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF ANIMALS AND TISSUES AS A FUNCTION OF TEMPERATURE
REFLEXES IN THE ANESTHETIZED PATIENT
OBSTRUCTION OF RESPIRATORY TRACT IN THE FLEXED FOETUS
THE USE OF PROMETHAZINE (PHENERGAN) AS A SEDATIVE DURING LABOUR
POSTOPERATIVE APNEA AND RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY
STATUS EPILEPTICUS TREATED WITH D-TUBOCURARINE AND CONTROLLED RESPIRATION
THE DIVISION OF ANESTHESIA, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES
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