WORDS
ARTERIAL OXYGENATION AND PHYSIOLOGICAL DEADSPACE DURING ANAESTHESIA
EFFECTS OF OXYGEN AND VENTILATION ON PULMONARY MECHANICS AND ULTRASTRUCTURE DURING CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
RESPONSE OF THE LUNG TO SIX TO 12 HOURS OF 100 PER CENT OXYGEN INHALATION IN NORMAL MAN
EFFECT OF OXYGEN AND HELIUM MIXTURES ON VENTRICULAR FIBRILLATION
THE SYMPATHO-GALVANIC REFLEX (SGR) AND SYMPATHECTOMY
SOME THOUGHTS CONCERNING THE PROPHYLACTIC USE OF DIGITALIS
THE EFFECT OF GLUCAGON INFUSION ON CARDIOVASCULAR FUNCTION IN THE CRITICALLY ILL
CENTRILOBULAR HEPATIC NECROSIS AND ACUTE RENAL FAILURE IN “SOLVENT SNIFFERS”
EFFECT OF INTRA-ARTERIAL INJECTIONS OF BARBITURATES
A DETAILED STUDY OF THE CARDIOPULMONARY RESPONSE TO KETAMINE AND ITS BLOCKADE BY ATROPINE
VOCAL-CORD PARALYSIS WITH ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION
VOCAL CORD PARALYSIS AFTER TRACHEAL INTUBATION
BLOOD GASES DURING INTUBATION FOLLOWING TWO TYPES OF OXYGENATION
BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN MALIGNANT HYPERPYREXIA
MYOPATHY AND MALIGNANT HYPERPYREXIA
FULMINATING HYPERPYREXIA DURING ANAESTHESIA IN A MEMBER OF A MYOPATHIC FAMILY
INITIAL EXPERIENCES WITH KETAMINE ANAESTHESIA
STUDIES CONCERNING THE INFLUENCE OF INHALATION ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY ON LIVER FUNCTION WITH PARTICULAR CONSIDERATION TOWARDS HALOTHANE
STUDIES CONCERNING THE INFLUENCE OF INHALATION ANESTHESIA AND SURGERY ON LIVER FUNCTION WITH PARTICULAR CONSIDERATION TOWARDS HALOTHANE
FATAL HALOTHANE HEPATITIS WITH TRANSIENT GRANULOMAS
FENTANYL IN ANESTHESIA
POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS TO THE USE OF FENTANYL ASSOCIATED WITH DROPERIDOL IN PATIENTS BREATHING SPONTANEOUSLY
EFFECTS OF GALLAMINE ON SPONTANEOUS VENTILATION DURING GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
THE EFFECT OF GENERAL ANESTHETICS ON THE RESPONSE TO TETANIC STIMULUS IN MAN
HEART-RATE CHANGES AFTER ATROPINE AND NEOSTIGMINE GIVEN FOR THE REVERSION OF MUSCLE PARALYSIS
A SIMPLE STUDY OF AWARENESS AND DREAMING DURING ANAESTHESIA
“SILENT” REGURGITATION AND ASPIRATION DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA
HICCUP
A CONTROLLED TRIAL OF ASSISTED VENTILATION USING AN ORO-NASAL MASK
RELIABILITY OF OXYGEN TENSION MEASUREMENTS ON ARTERIALIZED CAPILLARY BLOOD IN THE NEWBORN
MANAGEMENT OF INFANTS WITH ESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA AND TRACHEOESOPHAGEAL FISTULA
PRUNE-BELLY SYNDROME AND GENERAL ANAESTHESIA. CASE REPORT
ANESTHESIA EXPERIENCES AT A PLASTIC SURGERY CENTER IN VIETNAM
THE ANAESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF POSTERIOR FOSSA EXPLORATIONS IN INFANTS
ACID-BASE STUDIES IN ELECTIVE CAESAREAN SECTIONS DURING EPIDURAL AND GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
POSTOPERATIVE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
CARDIAC ARREST
A one month old infant who was premature at birth and now weighs 7 pounds 6 ounces is scheduled for an elective inguinal herniorrhaphy. What are your considerations in the management of this infant for the surgical procedure?
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