THE STATUS OF OUR SPECIALITY
A COMPARISON OF THE PROPHYLACTIC VALUE OF 20 PER CENT MANNITOL, 4 PER CENT UREA, AND 5 PER CENT DEXTROSE ON THE EFFECTS OF RENAL ISCHEMIA
PROPHYLACTIC ASPECTS OF POST-TRAUMATIC AND POSTOPERATIVE RENAL FAILURE
SIGNIFICANCE OF POST-TRAUMATIC AND POSTOPERATIVE OLIGURIA
THE USE OF MANNITOL FOR THE REDUCTION OF INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE IN INTRACRANIAL SURGERY
MEASUREMENT OF RENAL FUNCTION IN HEMORRHAGIC HYPOTENSION
ALTERATIONS IN BLOOD FLOW DURING VARIOUS STATES OF STRESS AND THEIR TREATMENT WITH LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT DEXTRAN
PRESENT STATUS OF THERAPY USING PLASMA EXPANDERS
TRIS BUFFER, MANNITOL AND LOW VISCOUS DEXTRAN
OXYGEN TENSION OF THE URINE AND RENAL STRUCTURES
THE ADEQUACY OF THE RADFORD NOMOGRAM DURING ANAESTHESIA
ALTERATIONS IN LUNG VOLUME AND INTRAPULMONARY GAS MIXING AFTER INGUINAL HERNIORRHAPHY IN PATIENTS WITH NORMAL LUNG FUNCTION AND IN PATIENTS WITH EMPHYSEMA
CORRELATION OF CLINICAL AND PHYSIOLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS OF SUSTAINED HYPERVENTILATION
CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS AND TREATMENT OF CONGESTIVE ATELECTASIS
STUDIES OF VENOUS RETURN BY RADIOISOTOPIC SCANNING DURING DIFFERENT TYPES OF VENTILATION
MECHANISM OF CARDIAC ARREST IN ACUTE HYPOXIA
CARDIAC OUTPUT DURING MANUAL MASSAGE OF THE ARRESTED HEART
EFFECT OF RADIATION ON RESPONSE TO ANESTHETIC AGENTS
DUAL BLOCK AFTER INTERMITTENT SUXAMETHONIUM
SOME EFFECTS OF SUCCINYLCHOLINE CHLORIDE IN CONSCIOUS HUMAN SUBJECTS
THE EFFECT OF GALLAMINE TRIETHIODIDE ON BLOOD PRESSURE
EPINEPHRINE IN CARDIAC RESUSCITATION
STUDIES ON DIGITALIS. IX. EFFECTS OF OUABAIN ON THE NONFAILING HUMAN HEART
UPTAKE, DISTRIBUTION AND ELIMINATION OF NITROUS OXIDE IN MAN
METHOHEXITONE
EXPERIENCES WITH HALOPERIDOL (HALDOL) AS A PREMEDIGANT
BEDSIDE BIOCHEMISTRY IN SURGICAL CARE
SEMIGLOSED ANESTHESIA
RESPONSE TO HIGH PRESSURE OXYGEN OF CONSCIOUS VOLUNTEERS AND PATIENTS
DEATHS ASSOCIATED WITH ANAESTHESIA
PREOPERATIVE MORTALITY AND MORTALITY DURING THE FIRST 24 HOURS. A STUDY COVERING A PERIOD OF 10 YEARS
CARDIAC ARREST AND CARDIAC RESUSCITATION IN THE AGED
CARDIAC RESUSCITATION IN 126 MEDICAL PATIENTS USING EXTERNAL CARDIAC MASSAGE
ANAESTHESIA IN UPPER RESPIRATORY OBSTRUCTION
DEPRESSION OF THE LARYNGEAL REFLEXES BY GENERAL AND TOPICAL ANAESTHESIA An Assessment of the Relative Parts Played by Halothane and Nitrous Oxide Anaesthesia, and by Lignocaine When Applied by Different Methods
THE USE OF MUSCLE RELAXANTS AT THE INDUCTION OF ANAESTHESIA OF PATIENTS WITH A FULL STOMACH
THE EFFECTS OF THE INHALATION OF VOMITUS ON THE LUNGS
CONCEPT OF ADEQUATE VENTILATION USING THE APNOEIC THRESHOLD DURING CURARE AND NITROUS OXIDE ANAESTHESIA
THE RESPONSE TO ANAESTHESIA OF NON-HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS PRETREATED WITH RESERPINE
LABORATORY AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH PHENAZOCINE DURING ANAESTHESIA
ATROPINE AND THE ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY OF THE HEART DURING INDUCTION OF ANAESTHESIA IN CHILDREN
BLOOD FLOW THROUGH THE UTERUS DURING HALOTHANE, BARBITURATE, AND NITROUS OXIDE ANESTHESIA
CARDIAC ARREST DURING LABOUR
CERVICAL EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA FOR CAROTID ENDARTERECTOMY
CONTINUOUS EPIDURAL SYMPATHETIC BLOCK AS A DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC AID FOR PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASES
THE ESTIMATE OF ANESTHETIC RISK IN MEDICAL EVALUATIONS
FAT-EMBOLISM: TREATMENT WITH LYTIC COCKTAIL AND SURFACE COOLING
Classical File
THE THEORY OF NEUTRALITY REGULATION IN THE ANIMAL ORGANISM
CONCERNING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STRENGTH OF ACIDS AND THEIR CAPACITY TO PRESERVE NEUTRALITY