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Authors: DUDZIAK R
Citation: R. Dudziak, MEDICAL LIABILITY, MEDICAL STANDARDS AND HEALTH LEGISLATION, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 787-788

Authors: SCHLUND GH
Citation: Gh. Schlund, PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICIANS LIABILITY AS APP LIES TO THE ANESTHETIST, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 789-797

Authors: STRAUSS JM BAUM J SUMPELMANN R KROHN S CALLIES A
Citation: Jm. Strauss et al., DEGRADATION OF HALOTHANE, ENFLURANE, AND ISOFLURANE BY DRY SODA LIME TO GIVE CARBON-MONOXIDE, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 798-801

Authors: KONRAD F MEZODY M GOERTZ A MARX T GEORGIEFF M
Citation: F. Konrad et al., BRONCHIAL MUCUS TRANSPORT VELOCITY WITH A ND WITHOUT THE USE OF A HEAT AND MOISTURE EXCHANGER IN THE SEMICLOSED CIRCLE SYSTEM IN HUMANS, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 802-806

Authors: RATHGEBER J WEYLAND W BETTKA T ZUCHNER K KETTLER D
Citation: J. Rathgeber et al., HEATED HUMIDIFIERS AND HEAT AND MOISTURE EXCHANGERS IN THE TREATMENT OF PERIOPERATIVE HEAT-LOSS AND REWARMING OF HYPOTHERMIC PATIENTS - HEAT AND MOISTURE EXCHANGERS VS ACTIVE HUMIDIFIERS IN THE VENTILATED LUNGMODEL, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 807-813

Authors: NIELSEN HJ MECKE P TICHY S SCHMUCKER P
Citation: Hj. Nielsen et al., COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF THE EFFICIENCY OF BA CTERIAL FILTERS IN LONG-TERM MECHANICAL VENTILATION, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 814-818

Authors: ROPCKE H SCHWILDEN H
Citation: H. Ropcke et H. Schwilden, INTERACTION OF ENFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXID E ON MEDIAN EEG FREQUENCY, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 819-825

Authors: WEINDLER J MOHAMED G LIEBLANG S RUPRECHT KW
Citation: J. Weindler et al., PERIOPERATIVE COGNITIVE AND PHYSIOLOGICAL -FUNCTION AFTER ORAL PREMEDICATION WITH 3.75 MG MIDAZOLAM, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 826-833

Authors: KASPER SM KIENCKE P RADBRUCH L GERLICH W BISCHOFF A
Citation: Sm. Kasper et al., TRENDS IN AUTOLOGOUS BLOOD-TRANSFUSION IN THE OLD STATES OF THE FEDERAL-REPUBLIC-OF-GERMANY, 1989-1993 .1. A PANEL STUDY OF 143 HOSPITALS (VOL 45, PG 597, 1996), Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 833-833

Authors: MULLER M KUHN DF HINRICHS B SCHINDLER E DREYER T HIRSCH C SCHAFFER R HEMPELMANN G
Citation: M. Muller et al., ELIMINATION OF OSTEOSARCOMA CELLS DURING INTRAOPERATIVE AUTOTRANSFUSION BY LEUKOCYTE DEPLETION FILTERS, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 834-838

Authors: HACHENBERG T
Citation: T. Hachenberg, AUGMENTED SPONTANEOUS BREATHING, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 839-855

Authors: VONKNOBELSDORFF G GOERIG M NAGELE H SCHOLZ J
Citation: G. Vonknobelsdorff et al., INTERFERENCE OF ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT WIT H THE PACING RATE OF RATE-RESPONSIVE PACEMAKERS - DISCUSSION OF CURRENT LITERATURE IN LIGHT OF 2 CASES, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 856-860

Authors: LINDER UK
Citation: Uk. Linder, RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MEDICAL LIABILITY LAW - SEMINAR IN HEIDELBERG, APRIL 26-28, 1996, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 861-863

Authors: MAUER D DICK W
Citation: D. Mauer et W. Dick, 39TH-KASSEL-SYMPOSIUM - PUTTING EMERGENCY -MEDICINE TO THE TEST - JUNE 28, 1996, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 864-867

Authors: BOHM M
Citation: M. Bohm, THERAPY WITH BETA-BLOCKERS AND DIGITALIS, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 868-868

Authors: BANKIER AA FLEISCHMANN D ARAM L HEIMBERGER K SCHINDLER E HEROLD CJ
Citation: Aa. Bankier et al., IMAGING PROCEDURE IN INTENSIVE-CARE MEDIC INE .2. TECHNIQUES, INDICATIONS, DIAGNOSTIC SIGNS, Anasthesist, 45(9), 1996, pp. 869-880

Authors: SIBROWSKI W
Citation: W. Sibrowski, IMPORTANCE OF RED-CELL CONCENTRATE AND WH OLE-BLOOD QUALITY FOR AUTOLOGOUS BLOOD-TRANSFUSIONS, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 671-673

Authors: CONZEN P NUSCHELER M
Citation: P. Conzen et M. Nuscheler, NEW INHALATIONAL ANESTHETICS, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 674-693

Authors: KARGER R KRETSCHMER V
Citation: R. Karger et V. Kretschmer, THE RELEVANCE OF THE QUALITY OF WHOLE-BLO OD AND RED-BLOOD-CELL CONCENTRATES FOR AN AUTOLOGOUS TRANSFUSION PROGRAM, REVIEW OF LITERATURE AND METAANALYSIS OF IN-VIVO RED-CELL RECOVERY, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 694-707

Authors: SCHWENDER D DAUNDERER M KLASING S MULZER S FINSTERER U PETER K
Citation: D. Schwender et al., MONITORING INTRAOPERATIVE AWARENESS - VEG ETATIVE SIGNS, THE ISOLATEDFOREARM TECHNIQUE, THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM, AND AUDITORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 708-721

Authors: WERRY C NEULINGER A ECKERT O LEHMKUHL P PICHLMAYR I
Citation: C. Werry et al., AGE-RELATED CORRELATION BETWEEN EEG PARAM ETERS AND ANESTHETIC DEPTH AFTER PROPOFOL ADMINISTRATION - EFFECT OF FENTANYL, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 722-730

Authors: BOLDT J MULLER M
Citation: J. Boldt et M. Muller, PROPOFOL AND ISOFLURANE FOR ANESTHESIA - A COST-ANALYSIS, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 731-736

Authors: WAHEDI W NOLTE H KLEIN P
Citation: W. Wahedi et al., ROPIVACAINE IN SPINAL-ANESTHESIA - A STUD Y FOR DETERMINING APPROPRIATE DOSAGE, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 737-744

Authors: LINARES T SCHMUCKER P
Citation: T. Linares et P. Schmucker, POSTOPERATIVE FLUID AND NUTRITION DEFICIE NCIES, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 744-744

Authors: SOUKUP J MENZEL M ROTH S RADKE J
Citation: J. Soukup et al., THE PERIOPERATIVE USE OF RECOMBINANT ERYT HROPOIETIN (RHEPO) IN JEHOVAH-WITNESSES, Anasthesist, 45(8), 1996, pp. 745-749
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