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Accession number 2016.25
Title Practical Points in Anesthesia
Object Name Book
Credit line Museum of Osteopathic Medicine
Call# RD81. N29
Catalog Number 2016.25.799
Author Neef, Frederick-Emil
Summary Practical Points in Anesthesia; 1908. Written by Frederick-Emil Neef, published by Surgery Publishing Company in New York, red cover with gold lettering on front cover and spine; 12.7 cm (w) x 17.6 cm (h), 46 pages. Edges of cover worn, white call number sticker on front cover, small yellow sticker on spine, paper yellowed with acid burn around edges, library outcard attached to interior back cover.
Published Date 1908
Lexicon category 8: Communication Artifact
Classification Book
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People Neef. Frederick-Emil
Lexicon sub-category Documentary Artifact
Search Terms Neef. Frederick-Emil
Anesthesia
Induction of anesthesia
German hospital system
Cardiac collapse
Respiratory collapse
When shall the patient be declared ready for operation
Maintenance of the surgical plane of anesthesia
Important reflexes
Vomiting during anesthesia
Obstructed breathing
Use of breathing tube
Indications for stimulation during anesthesia
Influence of morphine on narcosis
General course of the anesthesia
Awakening
Recession of the tongue after narcosis
Post-operative distress
Morphine
Ethyl chloride
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Anesthesia minor with ethyl-chloride
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Asphyxia post-operative
Awakening signs
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Breath holding
Breathing influence of morphine
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Breathing-tube
Camphor-ether stimulation
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Cocainization of the pharynx
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Collapse respiratory
Color
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Initial incision
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Minor anesthesia with ethyl-chloride
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Office anesthesia
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Pharyngeal reflex
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Post-operative asphyxia
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Primary anesthesia
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Pupil
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Recession after narcosis
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Reflex splanchnic
Respiration
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Respiratory collapse
Respiratory paralysis
Schimmelbusch mask
Secretions
Signs of awakening
Signs of sufficient anesthesia
Splanchnic reflex
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Simulation during narcosis with camphor-ether
Simulation during narcosis with strychnine
Stimuli awakening
Strychnine stimulation
Sufficient anesthesia signs
Surgical degree
Surgical degree in intubation anesthesia
Surgical plane maintenance
Termination of narcosis
Thirst after narcosis
Tongue recession during narcosis
Tongue after narcosis
Tranquil narcosis
Valve action of the lips
Venous infusion
Volume of the pulse during narcosis
Vomiting during anesthesia
Vomiting after anesthesia