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" ... number of seconds after the heart had resumed. (7) The use of artificial respiration was very effective in restoring animals in danger of dying from the influence of chloroform. In one instance its prolonged use produced recovery even when the heart... "
Glasgow Medical Journal - Seite 28
1879
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Proceedings, Band 10,Ausgabe 1878

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1880
...for a considerable time. 8. Under the use of ethidene there was on no single occasion an .iljeolute cessation either of the heart's action or of respiration,...therefore be said that, though not free from danger on the sid? of the VOL. X. o heart and respiraQ'on, this agent is, in a very high degree, safer than chloroform!'-."...
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The Carolina Medical Journal, Band 7

1881
...prolonged use produced recovery even when the heart had ceased beating for a considerable time. IX. Under the use of ethidene, there was on no single occasion an absolute cessation either of the hef rt's action or of respiration, although they were sometimes very much reduced. It can, therefore,...
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The Detroit Lancet, Band 3

Leartus Connor, Henry Alexander Cleland - 1880
...before the heart's action; but there was one instance in which respiration continued when the heart had stopped, and only failed a considerable number...very high degree safer than chloroform. (9) These rosults confirm and amplify those stated in a previous report, to the effect that ethideue does not...
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A System of surgery v. 3, 1882, Band 3

Timothy Holmes - 1882
...observed, in the sudden and unexpected manner so often shown by chloroform. " Under the use of elhidene, there was on no single occasion an absolute cessation,...agent is in a very high degree safer than chloroform. "As regards comparative danger, the three anaesthetics may be arranged in the following order: Chloroform,...
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The Medical World, Band 8

1890
...simultaneously. Sixth. — Under the use of ethidene, there was on no occasion an absolute cessation of the heart's action or of respiration, although...respiration, this agent is, in a very high degree, safer tha» chloroform. MM. Budin and Coyne, both noted experimenters of Paris, after a series of experiments,...
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The Extra Pharmacopoeia of Unofficial Drugs and Chemical and ..., Band 21

William Martindale - 1884
...pressure by regular gradations, and Dot, as with chloroform, by sudden and unexpected depressions. Under the use of Ethidene, there was, on no single occasion, an absolute cessation cither of the heart's actioo or of respiration, although they are sometimes very much reduced. The...
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The Extra Pharmacopœia

William Martindale - 1892 - 524 Seiten
...pressure by regular gradations, and not, as with chloroform, by sudden and unexpected depressions. Under the use of Ethidene, there was, on no single...the heart's action or of respiration, although they are sometimes very much reduced. The disadvantages of ether in affecting respiration are, to a great...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Band 10

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1880
...before the heart's action, but there was one instance in which respiration continued while the heart had stopped, and only failed a considerable number...therefore be said that, though not free from danger on the sida of the heart and respiration, this agent is, in a very high degree, safer than chloroform. 9....
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Band 10

Royal Society of Edinburgh - 1880
...before the heart's action, but there was one instance in which respiration continued while the heart had stopped, and only failed a considerable number...although they were sometimes very much reduced. It can therefiiru be said that, though not free from danger on the side of the heart and respiration, this...
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British Journal of Dental Science, Band 23,Ausgaben 300-310

1880
...reduction is " by regular gradations, and not, so far as observed, by sudden and unexpected depressions." " Under the use of ethidene there was on no single occasion...action or of respiration, although they were sometimes much reduced." Vomiting is sometimes produced by it, but whether more frequently than by other anaesthetics...
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