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" The strongest doses of chloroform vapour, when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ; whilst by moderate doses the heart's action is much weakened for some time before death ensues, respiration generally,... "
St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal - Pągina 37
1866
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Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal and Western Lancet, Volum 7

1864
...when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ; while by moderate doses the heart's action is much weakened...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being due both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest ..., Volum 40

1865
...natural force. The strongest doses of chloroform vapour, when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ;...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being due both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical ..., Volum 1

1865
...Review. force. The strongest doses of chloroform vapor, when admitted frcely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ;...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being due both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volum 10,Part 1

1865
...natural force. The strongest doses of chloroform vapour, when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ;...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being due both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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The Dental Cosmos: A Monthly Record Of Dental Science, Volum 14

J. D. White, John Hugh McQuillen, George Jacob Ziegler, James William White, Edward Cameron Kirk, Lovick Pierce Anthony - 1872
...when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart; while by moderate doses the heart's action is much weakened...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being due both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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Practical therapeutics

Edward John Waring - 1866 - 815 pągines
...natural force. The strongest doses of Chloroform vapor, when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ;...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being duo both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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On the Safe Abolition of Pain in Labour and Surgical Operations: By ...

Robert Ellis (F.L.S.) - 1866 - 80 pągines
...life by arresting the action of the heart. By moderate doses of chloroform the action of the heart is much weakened for some time before death ensues ; respiration generally, but not invariably, ceases before the action of the heart, and death is due both to the failure of the heart's action and...
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On the safe abolition of pain in labour and surgical operations by ...

Robert Ellis - 1866 - 80 pągines
...life by arresting the action of the heart. By moderate doses of chloroform the action of the heart is much weakened for some time before death ensues ; respiration generally, but not invariably, ceases before the action of the heart, and death is due both to the failure of the heart's action and...
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Medical Times and Gazette, Volum 2

1864
...natural force. The strongest doses of chloroform vapour, when admitted freely into the lungs, destroy animal life by arresting the action of the heart ;...ceasing before the action of the heart, death being due both to the failure of the heart's action and to that of the respiratory function. The danger attending...
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Cooley's Cyclopędia of Practical Receipts and Collateral ..., Volum 1

Arnold James Cooley - 1892
...chloroform the heart in all cases acts with less than its natural force." " By moderate doses of chloroform the heart's action is much weakened for some time...ensues, respiration generally, but not invariably, ceases before the action of the heart, and death is due both to the failure of the heart's action and...
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