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THE PHYSIOLOGIC BASIS OF CARDIAC ARREST DURING ANESTHESIA
CARDIAC ARREST ASSOCIATED WITH SURGICAL PROCEDURES
ANESTHETIC MISMANAGEMENT IN OPERATIVE MORTALITY
MEASUREMENT OF CARDIAC OUTPUT IN DOGS DURING CARDIAC MASSAGE
EFFECT OF HYPOTHERMIA ON CEREBRAL DAMAGE RESULTING FROM CARDIAC ARREST
CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS OBSERVED DURING ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES FOLLOWING SURGERY
FACTORS AFFECTING RESPIRATORY CAPACITY IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING ABDOMINAL SURGERY
OXIMETER STUDIES ON PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE EMPHYSEMA, AWAKE AND DURING SLEEP
RESPIRATORY REANIMATION OF THE ANESTHETIZED ANIMAL IN A STATE OF APNEA BY THE DEFLATION REFLEX OF HERING AND BREUER
THE EFFECT OF CHANGES OF LUNG CHARACTERISTICS ON THE FUNCTIONING OF AUTOMATIC VENTILATORS
VASCULAR DISTENSIBILITY OF THE HAND DURING PRESSURE BREATHING
EXCESSIVE OPERATIVE BLEEDING DUE TO ANESTHESIA
PROLONGED APNOEA DUE TO SUXAMETHONIUM
PROLONGED SUCCINYLCHOLINE APNEA
THE CARDIOVASCULAR ACTIONS OF SUXAMETHONIUM IN THE CAT
FURTHER EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE DISTRIBUTION OF RADIOACTIVE DECAMETHONIUM
CLINICAL USE OF A TRANSIENT CURARIMIMETIC
UTILIZATION OF A TRANSIENT CURARE
PIPROCURARIUM (IODIDE) AND GALLAMINE (TRI-IODO-ETHYLATE)
UNIQUE PHARMACOLOGIC PROPERTIES OF A NEW NON-BARBITURATE ANESTHETIC (G-29505)
THE EFFECT OF 2-METHOXY-4-ALLYL-PHENOXYACETIC ACID (G-29505), ON SPONTANEOUS AND EVOKED ELECTRICAL BRAIN ACTIVITY
OBSERVATIONS ON THE PHARMACOLOGY OF A EUGENOL DERIVATIVE, G.29505
A CLINICAL STUDY OF INTRAVENOUS ANAESTHESIA WITH A EUGENOL DERIVATIVE, G.29505
ANTAGONISM BY CAFFEINE OF THE RESPIRATORY EFFECTS OF CODEINE AND MORPHINE
HISTAMINE AS A FACTOR IN TOLERANCE TO LEVARTERENOL
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS
THE DYNAMICS OF BUFFERING IN MAN
ACID-BASE CHANGES IN BLOOD AND CEREBROSPINAL FLUID DURING ALTERED VENTILATION
CARBON DIOXIDE AND ACID-BASE TRANSIENTS DURING HYPERVENTILATION
PROLONGED HYPERVENTILATION IN MAN
POTASSIUM INTOXICATION FROM BLOOD AND PLASMA TRANSFUSIONS
ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF THE SEVERELY BURNED PATIENT
DANGER OF SUXAMETHONIUM AND ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION IN ANAESTHESIA FOR BURNS
BURNS AND THE AIRWAY
COMPARISON OF VALUES OF ALVEOLAR AND ARTERIAL CARBON DIOXIDE TENSION OBTAINED BY TWO METHODS WITH THE INFRA-RED RAPID GAS ANALYZER AND ARTERIAL BLOOD SAMPLE
LIVER FUNCTION WITH THE FLUORINATED AGENTS
INFLURENCE OF HYPERCARBIA AND HYPOTENSION UPON LIVER DAMAGE FOLLOWING HALOTHANE ANAESTHESIA
THE ACTION OF FLUOTHANE ON THE LIVER
THE RATE OF UPTAKE OF HALOTHANE VAPOUR IN MAN
THE EFFECTS OF HALOTHANE ON THE PERIPHERAL CIRCULATION IN MAN
PERFORMANCE OF DIGITALIZED HEART DURING HALOTHANE ANESTHESIA
FLUOTHANE IN NEUROSURGERY
BLOOD TRICHLOROETHYLENE CONCENTRATIONS DURING ANAESTHESIA UNDER CONTROLLED CONDITIONS
THE ROLE OF THE ANAESTHETIST IN EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION
THE PLACE OF HALOTHANE IN OBSTERICS
THE ACTION OF POSTERIOR PITUITARY HORMONES ON GUINEA PIG HEARTS DURING FLUOTHANE ANESTHESIA
POST-OPERATIVE CARE AFTER EXTRA-CORPOREAL CIRCULATION
THE MANAGEMENT OF RESPIRATORY DISTRESS AFTER CARDIOTHORACIC SURGERY
RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY FOLLOWING OPEN HEART SURGERY
THE MANAGEMENT OF THE SEVERELY ILL PATIENT AFTER OPEN-HEART SURGERY
THE TREATMENT OF POSTOPERATIVE PULMONARY ATELECTASIS WITH INTERMITTENT POSITIVE PRESSURE BREATHING
POST-OPERATIVE VOMITING
POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND VOMITING V
PROPHYLAXIS AND THERAPY OF VOMITING
DEMONSTRATION OF SUPERIOR “SPECIFIC” PROPHYLACTIC EFFECT OF SCOPOLAMINE ON POSTANESTHETIC EMESIS
STUDIES OF ANTI-EMETIC DRUGS
ANTIEMETIC ACTION OF FLUPHENAZINE (PROLIXIN)
POSTOPERATIVE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
HYPOTENSION FOLLOWING A TRANSURETHRAL PROCEDURE
POSTOPERATIVE PNEUMOTHORAX
OBSERVATIONS IN THE IMMEDIATE POSTANAESTHESIA PERIOD. II
THE TIME FACTOR IN SURGERY
POLYCYTHEMIA VERA AND ANESTHESIA
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