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Showing Rowbotham spinal introducer and needle passing through lumbar spine to epidural space
Diagram of Wilfred Harris needle and Odom indicator to show movement of air bubble
Diagram showing degree of epidural anaesthesia obtained by injecting different quantities of Nupercaine at various levels
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abdominal administration adrenaline airway anaesthetic agent anaesthetist analgesic anoxia apnoea apparatus artery barbiturates block blood blood-pressure bottle breathing bronchus carbon dioxide cardiac catheter cause cent centimetres cerebrospinal fluid chloroform concentration cord coughing curare cyclopropane depression dosage dose drip drug effect endotracheal ether ethyl chloride gases given grain gramme incision increased induction infiltration inhalation injection intercostal intravenous intubation laryngospasm larynx light anaesthesia local analgesia lumbar lungs mask method milligrams millilitres minutes morphine muscles muscular relaxation nasal needle nerve nitrous oxide normal Nupercaine obstruction occur Omnopon operation oxygen paralysis pass patient plasma plexus position post-operative posterior premedication pressure procaine produce pulmonary puncture rebreathing rectum reflex respiration respiratory centre result salt depletion scopolamine skin sodium solution spasm spinal anaesthesia spinal analgesia spine stimulation surgeon surgery surgical syringe technique thiopentone thoracic tion tissues toxic trachea transfusion Trendelenburg Trilene tube upper usually valve vapour vein venous vertebrae vomiting