REPORT OF PANEL DISCUSSION CONCERNED WITH SECONDARY EFFECTS OF MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN CRITICAL CARE
THE ROLES OF VENTILATION AND PERFUSION IN LUNG METABOLISM
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF GENERAL CYANOSIS
IN VITRO STUDY OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN I.V. ANAESTHETICS AND NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING AGENTS
THE PHARMACOKINETICS OF d-TUBOCURARINE IN MAN WITH AND WITHOUT RENAL FAILURE
THE CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY OF METOCURINE
GLYCOPYRROLATE-NEOSTIGMINE MIXTURE FOR ANTAGONISM OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCK. COMPARISON WITH ATROPINE-NEOSTIGM1NE MIXTURE
HAZARDS OF INTRA-ARTERIAL DIAZEPAM
PHYSOSTIGMINE REVERSAL OF DIAZEPAM-INDUCED DEPRESSION
THE EFFECT OF DROPERIDOL AND DIAZEPAM ON THE RESPIRATORY CENTER AND PULMONARY VENTILATORY FUNCTION
SPECIFIC α-ADRENOCEPTOR BLOCKING EFFECT OF DROPERIDOL ON ISOLATED SMOOTH MUSCLES
ALPHA-ADRENERGIC BLOCKING ACTION OF FENTANYL ON THE ISOLATED AORTA OF THE RABBIT
THE EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED HYPOTENSION WITH SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE AND TRIMETHAPHAN ON HEMODYNAMICS AND MYOCARDIAL OXYGEN CONSUMPTION
FUROSEMIDE- AND MANNITOL-INDUCED CHANGES IN INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE AND SERUM OSMOLALITY AND ELECTROLYTES
QUESTIONABLE VALUE OF FUROSEMIDE IN PREVENTING RENAL FAILURE
HALOTHANE IN TISSUE OF RATS FOLLOWING REPEATED SUBANESTHETIC EXPOSURES
COMPARATIVE TOXICITIES OF ENFLURANE, FLUROXENE AND NITROUS OXIDE AT SUBANAESTHETIC CONCENTRATIONS IN LABORATORY ANIMALS
THE EFFECTS OF ETHRANE AND HALOTHANE ON PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPIRATORY PARAMETERS
PHARMACOK1NETICS OF PROPRANOLOL IN NORMAL HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS
EFFECTS OF MORPHINE ON REFLEX ARTERIOLAR CONSTRICTION INDUCED IN MAN BY HYPERCAPNIA
METABOLISM OF INTRANASALLY APPLIED COCAINE
CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF ATROPINE SULFATE PREPARATIONS IN VAGOTOM1ZED DOGS UNDER HALOTHANE ANESTHESIA
TREATMENT OF PORCINE MALIGNANT HYPERPYREXIA. THE SUCCESSFUL USE OF DANTROLENE IN THE PIETRAIN PIG
DIAPHRAGMATIC ENERGY EXPENDITURE IN CHRONIC RESPIRATORY FAILURE
THE RESPIRATORY INJURY IN BURNS. AN ACCOUNT OF THE MANAGEMENT
TRACHEAL DAMAGE ASSOCIATED WITH CUFFED TRACHEOSTOMY TUBES. ASPIRATION OF GASTRIC CONTENT AS A CAUSE OF LOCAL DAMAGE IN TRACHEOTOMISED DOGS
ACCIDENTAL INTUBATION OF THE PYRIFORM SINUS
HAZARD IN ADMINISTERING NITROUS OXIDE ANALGESIA
PAIN RELIEF BY ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE CENTRAL GRAY MATTER IN HUMANS AND ITS REVERSAL BY NALOXONE
INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE CHANGES IN NEUROSURGICAL PATIENTS DURING HYPOTENSION INDUCED WITH SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE OR TRIMETHAPHAN
CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM DURING MORPHINE-NITROUS OXIDE ANESTHESIA IN MAN
SODIUM N1TROPRUSSIDE-PRODUCED HYPOTENSION DURING ANESTHESIA AND OPERATION IN THE HEAD-UP POSITION
HYPERKALEMIA FOLLOWING SUCCINYLCHOLINE IN SEPTIC PATIENTS HAVING ABDOMINAL SURGERY
CENTRAL ANTICHOLINERGIC SYNDROME IN ANESTHETIC PRACTICE
THE VALUE OF LIGNOCAINE FOR BRONCHOSCOPY UNDER GENERAL ANAESTHESIA
EMOTIONAL RESPONSES TO DETAILED RISK DISCLOSURE FOR ANESTHESIA, A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED STUDY
FATAL HEPATIC NECROSIS AFTER HALOTHANE ANESTHESIA IN A BOY WITH JUVENILE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA AND ALTHESIN
THE USE OF KETAMINE IN PATIENTS WITH LIVER DAMAGE
ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION
LOBAR OPACIFICATION OF THE LUNG AFTER TRACHEAL EXTUBATION IN NEONATES
ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION AND HEAD POSTURE IN INFANTS
POSTINTUBATION CROUP IN CHILDREN
PULMONARY EDEMA ASSOCIATED WITH CROUP AND EPIGLOTTITIS
KETAMINE AND PAEDIATRIC RADIOTHERAPY
INTRAMUSCULAR KETAMINE WITH HYALURONIDASE
ANESTHESIA INDUCTION TECHNICS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS
ANESTHESIA FOR PATIENTS AGED OVER NINETY YEARS
LUMBAR EPIDURAL ANALGESIA IN LABOUR. A 24-HOUR SERVICE PROVIDED BY OBSTETRICIANS
NEUROLEPTANESTHESIA FOR CESAREAN SECTION
CIRCULATORY EFFECTS OF MAGNESIUM SULFATE IN NORMOTENSIVE AND RENAL HYPERTENSIVE PREGNANT SHEEP
EFFECTS OF NALOXONE ON PETHIDINE-INDUCED NEONATAL DEPRESSION I. INTRAVENOUS NALOXONE. II. INTRAMUSCULAR NALOXONE
LACK OF EXAGGERATED SPREAD OF EPIDURAL ANESTHESIA IN PATIENTS WITH ARTERIOSCLEROSIS
FACTORS DETERMINING DOSAGES OF AMIDE-TYPE LOCAL ANESTHETIC DRUGS
ANAESTHESIA IN THE GUILLAIN-BARRÉ SYNDROME. A CASE REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS
OXYGEN THERAPY AFTER ABDOMINAL SURGERY
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
RESUSCITATION FROM CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST DURING ACCIDENTAL HYPOTHERMIA DUE TO EXHAUSTION AND EXPOSURE
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