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Peoples S. A. M.D. F.I.C.A.
Current Researches in Anesthesia & Analgesia: May-June 1938

THE OXYGEN UPTAKE during narcosis has been repeatedly investigated but, almost without exception, agents studied fall into the general class of solids or non-volatile liquids, while the more important class of volatile or gaseous agents has been entirely neglected.

*Read during the Sixteenth Annual Congress of Anesthetists, the International Anesthesia Research Society and International College of Anesthetists in Joint Meeting with the Mid-Western Association of Anesthetists, Southern Association of Anesthetists and Chicago Society of Anesthetists, Clinical Congress of Surgeons Week, Congress Hotel Chicago, III., October 25–28, 1937.

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