Observations on the cerebral effects of passive hyperventilation.

  title={Observations on the cerebral effects of passive hyperventilation.},
  author={J. S. Robinson and Thomas C. Gray},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
BY 1952 there had developed a strong clinical impression that the use of controlled respiration for abdominal surgery carried out under thiopentone, relaxant, nitrous oxide anaesthesia, resulted in a reduction in the dosage of both relaxant and barbiturate. This led to the suggestion by Gray and Rees (1952) that controlled respiration, quite apart from its… CONTINUE READING