PREVIOUS MYCOCARDIAL INFARCTION—THE DAMOCLEAN BLADE IN ANESTHESIA
MUSCLE SURFACE pH MONITORING. EVALUATION AND CLINICAL APPLICATION
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH CONTINUOUS MUSCLE pH MONITORING AS AN INDEX OF TISSUE PERFUSIONAND OXYGENATION AND ACID-BASE STATUS
PULMONARY GAS EXCHANGE
THE CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF PANCURONIUM BROMIDE DURING HALOTHANE ANAESTHESIA
RESPIRATORY FLOW RESISTANCE AFTER CURARE ANDPANCURONIUM MEASURED BY FORCED OSCILLATIONS
THE REVERSAL OF NON-DEPOLARISING RELAXANTSA COMPARISON OF TUBOCURARINE, GALLAMINE,AND PANCURONIUM
MUSCLE RELAXATION WITH PANCURONIUM BROMIDE—AN ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC STUDY
PROLONGED PARALYSIS FOLLOWING PANCURONIUM BROMIDE
THE EFFECTS OF HALOTHANE ON THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MYOCARDIAL CONTRACTILITY, AORTIC IMPEDANCE, AND LEFT VENTRICULAR PERFORMANCEI
GASCHROMATOGRAPHIC, BIOCHEMICAL AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC STUDIES IN RATS FOLLOWING REPEATED SINGLE OR COMBINED ADMINISTRATIONS OF PHENOBARBITAL AND HALOTHANEK
HEMODYNAMIC EFFECTS OF MORPHINE AND PENTAZOCINE DIFFER IN CARDIAC PATIENTS
USE OF ALPRENOLOL IN ACUTE CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS
THE EFFECTS OF THAM AND SODIUM BICARBONATE ONINTRA-AND EXTRACELLULAR ACID-BASE STATUS
CENTRAL VENOUS PRESSURE MONITORING
ACUPUNCTURE “ANESTHESIA”—A NEW THEORY AND CLINICAL STUDY
EMERGENCY PERCUTANEOUS TRANSTRACHEAL CATHETERAND VENTILATOR
FILTER FOR PREVENTION OF MICROEMBOLISM DURING MASSIVE TRANSFUSIONS
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDIES DURING OPEN-HEART SURGERY
PREMEDICATION FOR KETAMINE ANESTHESIA. PHASE I. THE “CLASSIC” DRUGS
INFLUENCE OF DIAZEPAM ON THE EMERGENCE REACTIONS FOLLOWING KETAMINE ANESTHESIA
EXPERIMENTAL ANIMAL STUDIES CONCERNING THECIRCULATORY EFFECTS OF KETAMINE AND BARBITURATES IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
KETAMINE IN THE ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF ASTHMATIC PATIENTS
THE INFLUENCE OF CHLORPROMAZINE, DIAZEPAM, AND DROPERIDOL ON EMERGENCE FROM KETAMINEP
ATTEMPTS TO CONTROL THE CARDIOSTIMULATORY EFFECT OF KETAMINE IN MAN
EFFECT OF KETAMINE ON ISOLATED MURINE MYOMETRIAL ACTIVITY
KETAMINE FOR DILATATION AND CURETTAGE PROCEDURES
FOREARM BLOOD FLOW DURING KETAMINE ANAESTHESIA
IRREVERSIBLE ACUTE OLIGURIC RENAL FAILURE. A COMPLICATION OF METHOXYFLURANE ANESTHESIA
OXALOSIS IN RENAL TRANSPLANTS FOLLOWING METHOXYFLURANE ANAESTHESIA
THE EFFECTS OF METHOXYFLURANE ANESTHESIAAND SURGERY ON POSTOPERATIVERENAL FUNCTION IN MAN
NEUROSURGICAL ANAESTHESIA IN THE SITTING POSITION.A REPORT OF EXPERIENCE WITH 110 PATIENTS USINGCONTROLLED OR SPONTANEOUS VENTILATION
STUDIES OF ANAESTHESIA IN RELATION TO HYPERTENSION.IV. THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL VENTILATION ON THE CIRCULATION AND PULMONARY GAS EXCHANGES
ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS TREATED WITH ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS OR LEVODOPAL
STUDIES OF BLOOD GAS ANALYSES DURING INHALATIONANESTHESIA WITH AND WITHOUT CO2 ABSORPTION
A NEW ANESTHETIC AGENT—FORANE
OBSERVATIONS ON CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS DURING LAPAROSCOPY
EFFECT OF PUDENDAL, SPINAL, AND PERIDURAL BLOCK ANESTHESIA ON THE SECOND STAGE OF LABOR
EPIDURAL ANALGESIA DURING LABOUR IN PATDINTS WITH PREECLAMPSIA
TIME AND LATERAL TILT AT CAESAREAN SECTION
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AFTER GENERAL ANESTHESIA
SPECIAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THEANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTSUNDERGOING CORONARY SURGERY
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DURING AND FOLLOWING ANESTHESIA AND OPERATION
POSTOPERATIVE DEMAND ANALGESIAM
CHANGES IN RESPIRATION AND ENERGY METABOLISMFOLLOWING ABDOMINAL SURGERY
THE USE OF DIURETICS IN THE TREATMENT OF EARLY WET LUNG SYNDROME
THE EFFECT OF POSTURE ON GAS EXCHANGE FOLLOWING CARDIAC SURGERY
COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING SURGERY FOR DUODENAL ULCERIN OBESE PATIENTS
COMPARISON OF SUBJECTIVE ESTIMATES BY SURGEONS AND ANAESTHETISTS OF OPERATIVE BLOOD LOSS
EFFECT OF INTRAVENOUS VERSUS ASPIRATED DISTILLEDWATER ON SERUM ELECTROLYTES ANDBLOOD GAS TENSION
THE EXPERTS OPIXE
VIEW OF REVIEWS
CLASICAL FILE
LOCAL ANESTHESIA OF THE STELLATE GANGLION