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Comparison of local, spinal, and general anesthesia for inguinal herniorrhaphy.
- R. Virtue
- American journal of surgery
Opioid and Nonopioid Mechanisms of Stress Analgesia
Local Anesthetic Toxicity Modified by Oxygen and by Combination of Agents
DIFLUOROMEJHYL 1,1,2-TRIFLURORO-2-CHLOROETHYL ETHER AS AN ANAESTHETIC AGENT: RESULTS WITH DOGS, AND A PRELIMINARY NOTE ON OBSERVATIONS WITH MAN
Surgery by direct vision in the open heart during hypothermia.
- H. Swan, I. Zeavin, S. Blount, R. Virtue
- Journal of the American Medical Association
- 21 November 1953
The heart for centuries was suspected of being a delicate organ; the slightest injury was said to be uniformly fatal. Both the great Billroth and Sir Stephen Paget decreed the organ to lie outside… Expand
CESSATION OF CIRCULATION IN GENERAL HYPOTHERMIA II. ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT
Difluoromethyl l,l,2-trifluoro-2-chloroethyl ether as an anaesthetic agent: Results with dogs, and a preliminary note on observations with man
- R. Virtue, L. O. Lund, M. Phelps, J. Vogel, H. Beckwitt, M. Heron
- Canadian Anaesthetists' Society journal
- 1 May 1966
Summary1.Difluoromethyl l,l,2-trifluoro-2-chloro ethyl ether (DFMTFCE), a proposed new anaesthetic agent, was administered to dogs by open-drop and produced smooth anaesthesia without salivation,… Expand