CARL ALFRED MOYER 1908–1970
THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOPICAL THERAPY
VENOUS SAMPLING SITES FOR PULMONARY SHUNT DETERMINATIONS IN THE INJURED PATIENT
CONTROVERSIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LIVER TRAUMA
BACTERIAL GROWTH RATES IN CRUSHED AND DEVASCULARIZED SKELETAL MUSCLE
“EFFORT” THROMBOSIS OF THE AXILLARY AND SUBCLAVIAN VEINS
EFFECT OF ATP ON GLUCOSE METABOLISM OF THERMALLY INJURED SKIN IN VITRO
ON THE FAILURE OF HEAT PRODUCTION IN THE IMMEDIATE POSTBURN PERIOD
BIOASSAY OF MURINE HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK. II. THE RELATIONSHIP OF SODIUM, OSMOLAL, ANIONIC, AND WATER LOADS TO SURVIVAL
FRACTURES OF THE SKELETON OF THE FACE
THE TREATMENT OF ELECTRICAL INJURIES
THE MEASUREMENT OF THE VALUE OF THE CLINICAL PROCESS TO INDIVIDUALS BY AGE AND INCOME
ORGANIZATION OF SURGICAL CARE OF MASS CASUALTIES IN A CIVILIAN HOSPITAL
Blunt abdominal trauma and perforation of the colon
Treatment of traumatic edema by a magnetic field
Treatment of closed and open fractures of the tubular bones of the hand
Aseptic nonunion of the tibia
Suture of the ruptured Achilles tendon with plantaris tendon
Neurologic complications of supracondylar fracture of the humerus in children
Antibacterial chemoprophylaxis in operative orthopedics
Prevention of acute renal insufficiency in multiple trauma involving the thorax
Double tension sling fixation with Kirschner wires—an improved technique for management of patellar fractures
Posterior approach to screw fixation of displaced fractures of the talus
SKIN BURNS
KING COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES