Hypnosis for Minor Surgical Procedures.

  • R M Jameson
  • Published 1963 in British journal of anaesthesia


Patients attending accident and casualty departments often present anaesthetic problems. They are usually unaccompanied, have recently had a meal and may be shocked. A full stomach means a delay of several hours before a general anaesthetic can be administered. Various measures have been used to overcome these difficulties, for example Pearson (1960… (More)


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@article{Jameson1963HypnosisFM, title={Hypnosis for Minor Surgical Procedures.}, author={R M Jameson}, journal={British journal of anaesthesia}, year={1963}, volume={35}, pages={269-71} }