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The use of spontaneous continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) for reduction of intrapulmonary shunting in adults with acute respiratory failure
Effects of positive end-expiratory pressure on intracranial pressure and compliance in brain-injured patients
Furosemide- and mannitol-induced changes in intracranial pressure and serum osmolality and electrolytes
Analysis of the response to therapeutic measures to reduce intracranial pressure in head injured patients
Treatment of flail chest. Use of intermittent mandatory ventilation and positive end-expiratory pressure
Use of epsilon aminocaproic acid (EACA) in the preoperative management of ruptured intracranial aneurysms
Sleep-induced apnea. 1. A respiratory and autonomic dysfunction syndrome following bilateral percutaneous cervical cordotomy
Flow directed-pulmonary artery catheterization in surgical patients: indications and modifications of technic
Attenuation of the ventilatory and heart rate responses to hypoxia and hypercapnia with aging in normal men
Prognosis in acute cerebrovascular accidents in relation to respiratory pattern and blood gas tensions
Effects of induction of anaesthesia and muscle paralysis on functional residual capacity of the lungs
Central hypoventilation; long-term ventilatory assistance by radiofrequency electrophrenic respiration
The frequency of nerve impulses in single carotid body chemoreceptor afferent fibres recorded in vivo with intact circulation
Factors affecting the cat carotid chemoreceptor and cervical sympathetic activity with special reference to passive hind-limb movements
THE DISTURBANCE OF CIRCULATION IN TRAUMATIC PARAPLEGIA IN ACUTE AND LATE STAGES: A PATHOLOGICAL STUDY
Improved confidence of outcome prediction in severe head injury. A comparative analysis of the clinical examination, multimodality evoked potentials, CT scanning, and intracranial pressure
Profound pulmonary shunting without edema following stereotaxic biopsy of hypothalamic germinoma. Case report
Construction and updating of a public events questionnaire for repeated measures longitudinal studies
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