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THE CONTROL OF BRAIN VOLUME AND TENSION DURING INTRACRANIAL OPERATIONS
THE CEREBRAL VASCULAR RESPONSE TO REDUCTION IN ARTERIAL CARBON DIOXIDE TENSION
ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION, BY HAND OR BY MACHINE? THE PROBLEM OF VENTILATION DURING ANESTHESIA AND IN RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY
CARBON DIOXIDE RETENTION
ABNORMALITIES OF PULMONARY GAS EXCHANGE IN OBESITY
RESPIRATORY CONTROL AND WORK OF BREATHING IN OBESE SUBJECTS
TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED BRONCHOSPASM BY AIR-AND-OXYGEN MASSAGE OF THE LUNGS
ROLE OF THE DIAPHRAGM IN BREATHING IN CONSCIOUS NORMAL MAN
POLAROGRAPHIC STUDY OF ARTERIAL OXYGENATION DURING APNEA IN MAN
POTENTIATING INFLUENCE OF APNEA, HYPOXIA, AND HYPERCAPNIA ON BILE-INDUCED HEMORRHAGIC PANCREATIC NECROSIS
VENTILATION AND CIRCULATION AFTER FLUID ASPIRATION
HEAT AND WATER EXCHANGE IN THE RESPIRATORY TRACTT
MECHANISM OF HEAT LOSS DURING HYPOTHERMIA INDUCED BY SURFACE COOLING
INFLUENCE OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM ON VEINS IN MAN
VENOUS BLOOD PRESSURE DURING RESECTION OF PULMONARY TISSUE
HEMODYNAMICS OF THE GALEN'S VEIN AND GENERAL ANESTHESIA
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS PRESENTED AT ANNUAL MEETING, CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
INTRAMUSCULAR SUXAMETHONIUM IN THE CONSCIOUS VOLUNTEER
THE PRESSOR RESPONSE TO NEOSTIGMINE AFTER GANGLIONIC BLOCKADE
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF OXYTOCIN INJECTION (USP) SYNTHETIC, PREPARED OXYTOCIN, AND THE ERGOT ALKALOIDS
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE “SYNAPTIC TRANSFORMATION PRINCIPLE” ON NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL EFFECTS, AS DEMONSTRATED WITH CURARIN
DIFFERENCES IN THE CENTRAL EFFECTS OF OPTICALLY ISOMER ATROPINE SUBSTANCES
EFFECT OF HYPNOTIC DRUGS ON REFLEXES AND NARCOSIS
EFFECT OF BARBITURATES AND THIOBARBITURATES ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES AND TRANSMEMBRANE POTENTIALS OF THE AURICLES IN THE GUINEA-PIG
ACUTE HYPOTENSION TREATED SUCCESSFULLY WITH HYDROCORTISONE
PHYSIOLOGIC CONSIDERATIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CORTICOSTEROID-INDUCED ADRENAL SUPPRESSION WHO UNDERGO OPERATION
PITUITARY-ADRENAL SUPPRESSION AFTER PROTRACTED ADMINISTRATION OF ADRENAL CORTICAL HORMONES
PROPHYLAXIS OF SHOCK BY TREATMENT WITH HYDROCORTISONE, VITAMIN C AND PAM
MAGNESIUM METABOLISM IN THE POSTOPERATIVE PERIOD
COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF ACIDOSIS INDUCED BY ACID INFUSION AND CO2 ACCUMULATION
CITRIC ACID METABOLISM IN THE HYPOTHERMIC DOG
ALTERATION OF CARDIAC OUTPUT DURING INDUCED HYPOTENSION
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE INCIDENCE OF SORE THROAT FOLLOWING ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION
APPRAISAL OF KIDNEY FUNCTION TESTS
TEMPERATURE COMPENSATED, SELF-CALIBRATED OXYGEN MONITORING DEVICE
INDUCTION OVERDOSAGE
DIRECT LARYNGOSCOPY UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
BRONCHOSCOPY UNDER HALOTHANE-ETHER-AIR ANESTHESIA
SOME ASPECTS OF ANAESTHESIA FOR HEAD AND NECK SURGERY
CARDIOVASCULAR COLLAPSE DURING GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY
EFFECT OF LIDOCAINE ADMINISTERED INTRAVENOUSLY DURING ETHER ANESTHESIA
ANESTHETIC TIME-DOSE CURVES
ANESTHETIC TIME-DOSE CURVES
ANAESTHETIC PROCEDURES IN THE LARGER DOMESTICATED ANIMALS
SELECTED SUMMARIES OF PAPERS, ASSOCIATION OF ANAESTHETISTS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, DUBLIN, IRELAND, OCTOBER 18 TO 21, 1961
HALOTHANE (FLUOTHANE) ANAESTHESIA FOR PAEDIATRIC CARDIAC SURGERY
FACTORS AFFECTING SURVIVAL AFTER OPEN OPERATION FOR TETRALOGY OF FALLOT
CYANOSIS DUE TO OVERTRANSFUSION IN A PEDIATRIC PATIENT
NEWBORN RESPIRATION
THE EFFECT OF HALOTHANE ON THE NEWBORN INFANT DELIVERED BY CAESAREAN SECTION
RESUSCITATION OF STILLBORN INFANTS BY CARDIAC MASSAGE
PERIDURAL ANESTHESIA IN OBSTETRICS
THE TOXICITY OF SOME LOCAL ANESTHETICS AFTER APPLICATION ON DIFFERENT MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND ITS RELATION TO ANESTHETIC ACTION ON THE NASAL MUCOSA OF THE RABBIT
LOCAL ANESTHETIC AGENTS IN COMBINATION WITH VASOCONSTRICTORS PART 1, EPINEPHRINE
THE HYDERGINE TEST
ANAESTHESIA AND PULMONARY EMBOLISM
POSTOPERATIVE PULMONARY EMBOLISM
POSTOPERATIVE CYANOSIS ATTRIBUTED TO PULMONARY EMBOLUS
CLINICALLY UNRECOGNIZED MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION FOLLOWING SURGERY
CIRCULATORY DEPRESSION FOLLOWING ENDOTRACHEAL EXTUBATION
“IRREVERSIBLE” SHOCK FOLLOWING SURGICAL OPERATION IN MAN
POSTOPERATIVE BLOOD COAGULATION DEFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH TRANSFUSIONS AND INFUSIONS
“CHRONIC OLIGEMIA” IN SURGICAL PATIENTS
INTRAVENOUS INFUSIONS OF 10 PER CENT CYTAL, 5 PER CENT DEXTROSE/WATER, OR PLAVOLEX IN DOGS
DISINFECTION OF ANAESTHETIC APPARATUS
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EXPERIMENTS REGARDING THE COCAINIZATION OF THE SPINAL CORD
THE ANESTHETIST'S ENVIRONMENT AND HIS CLINICAL PRACTICE