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SYSTEMIC FAT EMBOLISM IN FOUR COMBAT CASUALTIES
INAPPARENT HYPOXEMIA IN CASUALTIES WITH WOUNDED LIMBS
FAT EMBOLISM
EFFECTS OF EXPERIMENTAL PULMONARY CONTUSION ON RESPIRATORY EXCHANGE AND LUNG MECHANICS
EXPERIMENTAL CLOSED CHEST TRAUMA
A REVIEW OF THE CAUSES OF POSTOPERATIVE HYPOXIA
THE AVOIDANCE OF POSTOPERATIVE HYPOXAEMIA
CHANGES IN ARTERIAL OXYGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE TENSIONS FOLLOWING PNEUMONECTOMY
EFFECT OF RESPIRATION ON PULMONARY CAPILLARY BLOOD FLOW IN MAN
EFFECT OF ALTERATIONS IN THE ARTERIAL CARBON DIOXIDE TENSION ON THE BLOOD FLOW THROUGH THE CEREBRAL CORTEX AT NORMAL AND LOW ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURES
REFLUX REFLECTIONS
CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS
THE EFFECTS OF ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION ON CARDIAC RATE AND RHYTHM
CARDIAC RHYTHM DISTURBANCE FOLLOWING INTRAVENOUS INJECTION OF SUCCINYLCHOLINE
USE OF LIGNOCAINE IN TREATMENT OF CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS
THE EFFECT OF INTRAVENOUS LIGNOCAINE ON CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS DURING ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY
ANTIARRHYTHMIC PROPERTIES OF TRIS (HYDROXYMETHYL AMINOMETHANE)
THE EFFECT OF PROPRANOLOL ON AIRWAY RESISTANCE
CLINICAL EFFICACY OF PROPRANOLOL AS A LOCAL ANAESTHETIC
COMPARISON OF CHRONIC AND ACUTE EFFECTS OF MORPHINE SULFATE ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION
VENTILATORY EXCHANGE AND ACID-BASE BALANCE BEFORE AND AFTER PRE-OPERATIVE MEDICATION
THE RESPIRATORY AND SUBJECTIVE EFFECTS OF PENTAZOCINE
THE USE OF A NEW RESPIRATORY ANALEPTIC, PIPERIDINO-METHYL-CYCLOHEXANE (CAMPHOSULFONATE; S.D. 210.37), IN RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY AND IN ANESTHETIC REVERSAL
EFFECTS OF INHALATION ANAESTHETICS ON CAROTID BODY CHEMORECEPTOR ACTIVITY
A CLINICAL AND LABORATORY EVALUATION OF A “DISASTER MIXTURE” IN CARDIOVASCULAR RESUSCITATION
METABOLISM OF LACTATE FOLLOWING MAJOR BLOOD LOSS
CLINICAL TRIALS OF A NEW RESPIRATOR (CELOG)
ELECTROTHORACIC ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION
HEMODYNAMIC OBSERVATIONS DURING CLOSED-CHEST CARDIAC MASSAGE
PERCUTANEOUS ENDOTRACHEAL CATHETERIZATION AND INTERMITTENT POSITIVE PRESSURE BREATHING IN THE PREVENTION OF POSTOPERATIVE PULMONARY COMPLICATIONS
RELATIVE VALUE OF CENTRAL-VENOUS-PRESSURE MONITORING AND BLOOD VOLUME MEASUREMENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SHOCK
REBREATHING WITH THE MAGILL ATTACHMENT
RUPTURE OF THE STOMACH FOLLOWING OXYGEN THERAPY BY NASAL CATHETER
THE SPINAL NEEDLE AS A CARRIER OF FOREIGN MATERIAL
PHYSIOLOGIC EFFECTS OF ELECTROANESTHESIA
ANAESTHETIC AND SURGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN PARTIAL HEPATECTOMY
ARTERIAL OXYGEN TENSION DURING NITROUS OXIDE-OXYGEN-HALOTHANE ANAESTHESIA IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR AND PULMONARY DISEASE
HALOTHANE
CONCERNING THE INFLUENCE OF HALOTHANE AND CHLOROFORM ON PROTEIN SYNTHESIS IN ACTIVATED AND NORMAL RAT LIVER
HAZARDS OF “CRASH” INDUCTION-INTUBATION TECHNIC
A CLINICAL COMPARISON OF DIAZEPAM AND THIOPENTONE AS INDUCTION AGENTS TO GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
CONCERNING A GENERAL ANESTHETIC ADMINISTERED TO A PATIENT WITH ACUTE INTERMITTENT PORPHYRIA
INFERIOR VENA CAVAL OCCLUSION IN LATE PREGNANCY AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN ANAESTHESIA
PROLONGED INTUBATION VS. TRACHEOTOMY IN CHILDERN
A NOTE ON THE EXTRACTION OF FOREIGN BODIES FROM THE TRACHEOBRONCHIAL TREE IN CHILDREN BY BRONCHOSCOPY EMPLOYING GENERAL ANESTHESIA
CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION IN THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE
HEREDITARY DEFICIENCY OF PSEUDOCHOLINESTERASE IN ESKIMOS
DOES CIRCUMCISION OF THE NEWBORN REQUIRE AN ANESTHETIC?
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PASSAGE OF LOCAL ANAESTHETICS ACROSS THE BLOOD-BRAIN BARRIER AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
THE ABSENCE OF DIFFERENTIAL BLOCKADE IN PERIDURAL ANAESTHESIA
INTRAVENOUS REGIONAL ANALGESIA
ANESTHETIC COMPLICATIONS AND DEATHS
HYPOXAEMIA IN BRONCHIAL ASTHMA
THE EXPERTS OPINE
BRICKBATS AND BOUQUETS
CLASSICAL FILE
THE CONTROL OF BLEEDING DURING OPERATION BY INDUCED HYPOTENSION