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Further Considerations on the Function of the Skin in Early Object Relations
Esther Bick was a gifted therapist and teacher whose great difficulty in writing has deprived us of a record of the scope of her observations and ideas. The patient described as `Mary' wasExpand
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Fewer sore throats and a better seal: why routine manometry for laryngeal mask airways must become the standard of care
We have three decades of experience with the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) [1], yet most of us do not use it optimally. This is despite accumulating evidence of detrimental effects from cuffExpand
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Psychoanalytic Theory and Infant Development
The experience of psychoanalytic clinical work with adults has long supported the conviction that adult patients' current ways of func­ tion4lg have a complex history dating back to early childhoodExpand
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Tracheal pressures during open suctioning *
The purpose of this bench‐top study was to determine the subatmospheric tracheal pressures that could be generated by different sizes of suction catheters when placed into the different sizes ofExpand
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Collected Papers of Martha Harris and Esther Bick
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Forearm blood pressure measurement
  • E. Bick
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  • Anaesthesia
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Surviving space : papers on infant observation : essays on the centenary of Esther Bick
Surviving Space is a collection of papers on infant observation and related issues by contemporary experts in the field, commemorating the centenary of Esther Bick and the unique contribution she hasExpand
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The Tavistock Model: Papers on Child Development and Psychoanalytic Training
This is one of a new two volume edition of Collected Papers of Martha Harris and Esther Bick, which includes some papers not published in the first edition. The companion volume, Adolescence, byExpand
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Femoral nerve block dose after hip fracture
palate when there is secretions or blood in the airway, this additional bulk causes two problems. Firstly, the pharyngeal view is significantly reduced, creating a ‘blind spot’” (Fig. 2) from theExpand