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THE ANESTHESIOLOGIST IN THE OPERATING ROOM
INFLUENCE OF CEREBRAL ACTIVITY IN WAKEFULNESS ON REGULATION OF BREATHING
OBSERVATIONS ON THE CEREBRAL EFFECTS OF PASSIVE HYPERVENTILATION
SOME BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF PASSIVE HYPERVENTILATION
THE EFFECTS OF INTERMITTENT POSITIVE PRESSURE BREATHING ON THE INTRAPULMONARY DISTRIBUTION OF INSPIRED AIR
PARADOXICAL RESPIRATION AND “PENDELLUFT”
PHYSIOLOGICAL DEAD SPACE
PHYSIOLOGY AND DRUG ACTION
ELECTROGRAPHIC REFLECTIONS OF CEREBRAL HYPOXIA
CONTRIBUTION TO A CONCEPT OF CEREBRAL ANOXIA
EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF ANOXIA ON CEREBRAL ELECTROGRAPHIC ACTIVITY, SPONTANEOUS AND EVOKED, IN THE CAT
THE EFFECT OF HYPOTHERMIA AND OTHER FACTORS ON CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE
ALTERATION OF CARBON TETRACHLORIDE-INDUCED PATHOLOGIC CHANGES IN THE RAT BY SPINAL TRANSECTION, ADRENALECTOMY AND ADRENERGIC BLOCKING AGENTS
LIVER INJURY IN ISOLATED PERFUSED RAT LIVER PREPARATION EXPOSED TO CHLOROFORM
THE FATE OF ATROPINE IN MAN
THE INFLUENCE OF ATROPINE ON THE CONTRACTION OF THE VOCAL CORDS (“PLICA VOCALIS”). EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN DOGS
WHY THIOPENTONE INJECTED INTO AN ARTERY MAY CAUSE GANGRENE
MECHANISM OF THE CARDIAC OUTPUT REDUCTION BY HEXAMETHONIUM
FOUR YEARS' EXPERIENCE WITH HEXAMETHYLENE-1.6-BISCARBAMINOYLCHOLINE (IMBRETIL) AS A MUSCLE RELAXANT
EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS OF RABBIT BLOOD COAGULATION AS AFFECTED BY D-TUBOCURARINE CHLORIDE
CHANGES CAUSED BY ANAESTHESIA IN THE BLOOD ELECTROLYTES OF THE DOG
CHANGES IN THE BLOOD ELECTROLYTES OF ANAESTHETIZED DOGS CAUSED BY SUXAMETHONIUM
OBSERVATIONS ON THE EFFECTS OF d-TUBOCURARINE ON THE BLOOD ELECTROLYTES OF THE DOG
THE INFLUENCE OF CHANGES IN BLOOD PH ON THE NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING PROPERTIES OF TUBOCURARINE AND DIMETHYL TUBOCURARINE IN THE CAT
INDICATIONS FOR MEASUREMENT OF ARTERIAL BLOOD PH
ACID-BASE DERANGEMENTS AND MYOCARDIAL CONTRACTILITY
THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE SYMPATHO-ADRENAL SYSTEM TO POTASSIUM FLUX AND CARDIAC IRRITABILITY INDUCED BY ALTERATIONS IN BLOOD PH
THE EFFECT OF HYPERCAPNIA ON ESTIMATED HEPATIC BLOOD FLOW, CIRCULATING SPLANCHNIC BLOOD VOLUME AND HEPATIC SULFOBROMOPHTHALEIN CLEARANCE DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA IN MAN
EFFECT OF EPINEPHRINE, INSULIN AND TOLBUTAMIDE ON CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM DURING ETHER ANESTHESIA
THE CHANGING ATTITUDE TOWARD TRACHEOTOMY
TRACHEOSTOMY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RESPIRATORY PROBLEMS
EFFECT OF TRACHEOSTOMY TUBES ON THE RESISTANCE TO BREATHING AND PULMONARY RESISTANCE IN PATIENTS WITH POLIOMYELITIS
PREOPERATIVE HYPOTENSION DUE TO POSITIONING
THE INFLUENCE OF BODY POSITION ON DYNAMIC VENTILATORY WORK DURING MUSCULAR EXERCISE IN THE HEALTHY PERSON
THE CASE FOR ABANDONING THE TRENDELENBURG POSITION IN PELVIC SURGERY
MISHAP IN MOVING AN ANESTHETIZED PATIENT
ACUTE HEMORRHAGE
FIELD EXPERIENCE WITH MOUTH-TO-MOUTH RESUSCITATION (EXPIRED AIR INFLATION)
THE CHANGING PATTERN OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCK
PREVENTION, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PROLONGED APNOEA
EFFECT OF SUXAMETHONIUM ON CARDIAC RHYTHM
THE INFLUENCE OF D-TUBOCURARE ON PERIPHERAL CIRCULATORY CHANGES DURING SURGERY
USE OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING DRUGS TO COUNTERACT THIGH-ADDUCTOR SPASM INDUCED BY ELECTRICAL SHOCKS OF OBTURATOR NERVE DURING TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION OF BLADDER TUMORS
ALTERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO SOMATIC PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ANAESTHESIA I. AN EVALUATION OF A METHOD OF ANALGESIMETRY
ALTERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO SOMATIC PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ANAESTHESIA II. THE EFFECT OF THIOPENTONE AND PENTOBARBITONE
ALTERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO SOMATIC PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ANAESTHESIA IV. THE EFFECT OF SUB-ANAESTHETIC CONCENTRATIONS OF INHALATION AGENTS
ALTERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO SOMATIC PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ANAESTHESIA V. THE EFFECT OF PROMETHAZINE
THE EFFECTS OF NITROUS OXIDE UPON SENSORY THRESHOLDS
NATURE OF EFFICIENCY DECREMENT PRODUCED BY NITROUS OXIDE ON MONKEYS IN A VISUAL DISCRIMINATION AND DELAYED RESPONSE TEST
X-RAY STUDY OF PASSAGE OF AIR THROUGH THE PHARYNX IN ANAESTHETISED PATIENTS
EFFECTS OF RESPIRATORY OBSTRUCTION DURING CRANIOTOMY
DISCUSSION ON THE VALUE OF CONTROLLED RESPIRATION IN NEUROSURGERY
MECHANICAL ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION WITH THE “R.P.R.” APPARATUS IN NEUROSURGERY
THE USE OF HYPOTENSIVE ANESTHESIA IN RADICAL MASTECTOMY
INDUCED HYPOTENSION IN GYNAECOLOGICAL SURGERY
A REPORT ON MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY FOLLOWING 9,107 HYPOTENSIVE ANAESTHETICS
PHENACTROPINIUM CHLORIDE
MODIFICATION BY GENERAL ANESTHETICS (CYCLOPROPANE AND HALOTHANE) OF CIRCULATORY AND SYMPATHO-ADRENAL RESPONSES TO RESPIRATORY ACIDOSIS
A STUDY OF CHLOROFORM ANAESTHESIA IN A PRECISION SYSTEM
THE RISK OF EPIDURAL BLOCK IN OLD PEOPLE
DYSPNEA FOLLOWING BRACHIAL PLEXUS NERVE BLOCK
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE NEWBORN RELATED TO ANAESTHESIA
RESPIRATORY OBSTRUCTION FOLLOWING ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION
THE RESPIRATORY UNIT AT THE TORONTO GENERAL HOSPITAL
SORE THROAT AFTER ANAESTHESIA
INDUCED HYPOTENSION AND POST-OPERATIVE BLEEDING
THE USE OF SUCTION IN CLINICAL MEDICINE
THE EMERGENCY TREATMENT CART IN A MODERN HOSPITAL
AN EVALUATION OF BLOOD-TRANSFUSION PRACTICES ON A SURGICAL SERVICE
TREATMENT OF SEA-WATER ASPIRATION
EPIGLOTTITIS, AN ACUTE DANGEROUS AIRWAY COMPLICATION
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