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COMPARISON OF OXYGEN POISONING OF THE LUNG IN CYANOTIC AND ACYANOTIC DOGS
INTRATHECAL COLD SALINE SOLUTION
THE ANTAGONISM OF LOCAL ANESTHETIC INDUCED CONVULSIONS BY THE BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVE DIAZEPAM
UNEXPECTED RESPONSES FOLLOWING DIAZEPAM Clinical Anesthesia Conference, New York State Society of Anesthesiologists, New York, New York
INTERACTION OF DIAZEPAM WITH THE MUSCLE-RELAXANT DRUGS
CONCERNING THE QUESTION OF PRE-, INTRA-, AND POSTOPERATIVE DIGITALIS ADMINISTRATION
COMPARATIVE ANTIARRHYTHMIC EFFECTS OF INTRAVENOUSLY ADMINISTERED LIDOCAINE AND PROCAINAMIDE AND ORALLY ADMINISTERED QUINIDINE
THE DILEMMA OF VASOPRESSORS AND VASODILATORS IN THE THERAPY OF SHOCK
BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT BY DOPPLER ULTRASONIC DETECTION OF ARTERIAL WALL MOTION
DORSAL COLUMN ELECTROANALGESIA
ANESTHETIC FACTORS INFLUENCING MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY OF ELDERLY PATIENTS UNDERGOING INGUINAL HERNIORRHAPHY
MECHANISM OF SELECTIVE CARDIAC VAGOLYTIC ACTION OF PANCURONIUM BROMIDE. SPECIFIC BLOCKADE OF CARDIAC MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS
A NEW MUSCLE RELAXANT IN OPEN HEART SURGERY
FURTHER CLINICAL STUDIES ON PANCURONIUM BROMIDE. I. A COMPARISON WITH OTHER NON-DEPOLARIZING MUSCLE RELAXANTS
ARTERIAL HYPOTENSION CAUSED BY A COMBINATION OF RAISED INTRATHORACIC PRESSURE AND CERTAIN MUSCLE RELAXANTS. PRELIMINARY COMMUNICATION
A COMPARISON OF SOME CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF TUBOCURARINE AND PANCURONIUM IN DOGS
THE NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING ACTION OF PANCURONIUM IN MAN DURING ANAESTHESIA
FURTHER CLINICAL STUDIES ON PANCURONIUM BROMIDE. 2. A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS ON THE BLOOD PRESSURE AND PULSE RATE
ASSESSMENT OF RECOVERY FROM CURARE
REVERSAL OF CURARIZATION WITH ATROPINE-NEOSTIGMINE MIXTURE IN PATIENTS WITH CONGENITAL CARDIAC DISEASE
PARAPLEGIA AND CARDIAC ARREST
SUCCINYLCHOLINE-INDUCED HYPERKALEMIA IN NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE
DANGEROUS INCREASES IN SERUM POTASSIUM FOLLOWING SUCCINYLCHOLINE
PREVENTION OF SUCCINYLCHOLINE-INDUCED HYPERKALEMIA BY MAGNESIUM SULFATE
MALIGNANT HYPERPYREXIA AND ANAESTHESIA
MALIGNANT HYPERPYREXIAL DEATHS IN A FAMILY
THE GENETIC BACKGROUND TO MALIGNANT HYPERPYREXIA REVEALED BY SERUM CREATINE PHOSPHOKINASE ESTIMATIONS IN ASYMPTOMATIC RELATIVES
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF EPINEPHRINE DURING GENERAL ANESTHESIA
ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC CHANGES DURING NITROUS OXIDE-OXYGEN-RELAXANT ANAESTHESIA IN CARDIAC PATIENTS
SEVERE BRONCHOSPASM COMPLICATING THORACOTOMY
HEART RATE AND HAEMODYNAMICS AFTER AUTONOMIC BLOCKADE IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN
EFFECTS OF ATROPINE ON THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM IN DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS
MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN THE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
THE PROPHYLACTIC USE OF A NASOTRACHEAL TUBE IN INFANTS UNDER THREE MONTHS OF AGE
EFFECTS OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS ON UTERINE CONTRACTIONS IN VITRO
MATERNAL CARDIOVASCULAR DYNAMICS. V. CESAREAN SECTION UNDER THIOPENTAL, NITROUS OXIDE, AND SUCCINYLCHOLINE ANESTHESIA
ACUTE ANESTHETIC AND OBSTETRIC MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH SEVERE ABRUPTIO PLACENTAE
FETAL HEART RATE AND pH OF FETAL CAPILLARY BLOOD DURING EPIDURAL ANALGESIA IN LABOR
THALAMONAL DRIP INFUSION FOR ANALGESIA IN LABOR
MULTIPLE ANAESTHETICS DURING PREGNANCY. A CASE REPORT
AN EVALUATION OF TWO NEW LOCAL ANAESTHETICS FOR MAJOR CONDUCTION BLOCKADE
ANAESTHETIC DOSAGE FOR EPIDURAL SYMPATHETIC BLOCKADE
HAEMATOMA FOLLOWING EPIDURAL ANAESTHESIA
CAUDAL ANAESTHESIA IN CHILDREN AND SPREAD OF 1 PER CENT LIGNOCAINE
STUDIES OF LUNG FUNCTION IN PERIDURAL ANESTHESIA
STUDIES OF DRUGS GIVEN BEFORE ANAESTHESIA XXI
STUDIES OF DRUGS GIVEN BEFORE ANAESTHESIA. XXII
THE ANESTHESIA-SPARING EFFECT OF PENTAZOCINE, MEPERIDINE, AND MORPHINE
ALTERATIONS IN RESPONSE TO SOMATIC PAIN ASSOCIATED WITH ANAESTHESIA. XIX
THE INFLUENCE OF DROPERIDOL ON BLOOD VISCOSITY IN MAN
MENTALLY ILL AND MENTALLY RETARDED PATIENTS
STUDIES ON FLUID SHIFTS AND WATER AND SODIUM DIURESIS IN THE EARLY POSTOPERATIVE PHASE
SUBCUTANEOUS HEPARIN THERAPY IN THE PREVENTION OF POSTOPERATIVE THROMBOEMBOLIC DISEASE
RESPIRATORY CAUSES OF “SUDDEN UNEXPLAINED ARRHYTHMIA” IN POSTTHORACTOMY PATIENTS
POSTOPERATIVE BRACHIAL PLEXUS PALSY
SAFE USE OF ETHYLENE OXIDE STERILIZATION IN HOSPITALS
SEPTICEMIA FROM INTRAVENOUS INFUSIONS
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