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Non-ventilatory functions of the lung- influence on the cardiovascular system By Elizabeth J. McCarthy, CRNA, BSNPeter H. Abbrecht, PhD, MD
The lungs have been shown to have a valuable ability to remove certain vasoactive substances from the pulmonary blood; how this ability can be altered in some disease states and influenced by drug treatment is described.Print version:
Controlled deliberate hypotension: An overview By Frederick C. Hill, Jr., CRNA, LT, NC, USNR
The author provides the reader with an overview of the agents, methods, and monitoring required for controlled deliberate hypotension.Print version:
A case study: The retrograde approach to nasotracheal intubation in the child with severe Pierre Robins syndrome
By Elaine Klein, CRNA, MA
Alfonso Yonfa, MD
Maintaining a viable airway is especially difficult in the child with Pierre Robins syndrome; this case study demonstrates how an airway was established in a child with micrognathia without performing a tracheostomy.
Print version: 1983;51(5):506-507.
Update: Prospective Payment System interim final regulations.
Print version: 1983;51(5):539-542.
Legal aspects of the practice of nursing.
Print version: 1983;51(5):543-544.