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JAMA. 1932;99(24):2026-2033. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740760036011.
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Miller, A. H.:  The Pneumatic Institution of Thomas Beddoes at Clifton, 1798 , Ann. Med. History , n. s. 3:253-260 ( (May) ) 1931.
Barcroft, Joseph; Hunt, G. H., and Dufton, Dorothy:  The Treatment of Chronic Cases of Gas Poisoning by Continuous Oxygen Administration in Chambers , Quart. J. Med. 13:179-200 ( (Jan.) ) 1920.
Campbell, J. M. H.; Hunt, G. H., and Poulton, E. P.:  Examination of Blood Gases and Respiration in Disease, with Reference to Cause of Breathlessness and Cyanosis , J. Path. & Bact. 26:234-296 ( (April) ) 1923.
Campbell, J. M. H., and Poulton, E. P.:  The Effect of Exercise on the Pulmonary Ventilation and Rate and Depth of Breathing in Chronic Bronchitis in Oxygen Treatment , Quart. J. Med. 20:27-68 ( (Oct.) ) 1926.
Campbell, J. M. H., and Poulton, E. P.:  The Effect on Breathless Subjects of Residence in Our Oxygen Chamber: Description of Chamber at Guy's Hospital , Quart. J. Med. 20: 141-172 ( (Jan.) ) 1926.
Stadie, W. C.:  Construction of an Oxygen Chamber for the Treatment of Pneumonia , J. Exper. Med. 35:323-335 ( (March) ) 1922.
Binger, C. A. L.:  The Construction and Management of an Oxygen Chamber , Mod. Hosp. 24:186-194 ( (Feb.) ) 1925.
Binger, C. A. L.:  Therapeutic Value of Oxygen in Pneumonia , New York State J. Med. 25:953-958 ( (Oct. 15) ) 1925
 General Considerations in Regard to Oxygen Therapy , Tr. A. Am. Phys. 42: 300-302, 1927
 Anoxemia in Pneumonia and Its Relief by Oxygen Inhalation , J. Clin. Investigation 6:203-219 ( (Oct.) ) 1928.
Binger, C. A. L.; Brow, G. R., and Branch, Arnold:  Experimental Studies on Rapid Breathing: Tachypnea, Independent of Anoxemia, Resulting from Multiple Emboli in the Pulmonary Arterioles and Capillaries , J. Clin. Investigation 1: 127-153 ( (Dec.) ) 1924
 II. Tachypnea Dependent upon Anoxemia, Resulting from Multiple Emboli in the Larger Branches of the Pulmonary Artery , BingerJ. Clin. Investigation 19241 (Dec.) , pp. 155-180.
Binger, C. A. L., and Davis, J. S., Jr.:  The Relation of Anoxemia to the Type of Breathing in Pneumonia , J. Clin. Investigation 6:171-185 ( (Oct.) ) 1928.
Stadie, W. C.:  The Oxygen of the Arterial and Venous Blood in Pneumonia and Its Relation to Cyanosis , J. Exper. Med. 30: 215-240 ( (Sept.) ) 1919
 The Treatment of Anoxemia in Pneumonia in an Oxygen Chamber , StadieJ. Exper. Med. 35:337-360 ( (March) ) 1922.
Means, J. H., and Barach, A. L.:  The Symptomatic Treatment of Pneumonia , J. A. M. A. 77:1217-1223 ( (Oct. 15) ) 1921.
Barach, A. L., and Woodwell, M. N.:  Studies in Oxygen Therapy with Determination of the Blood Gases: 1. In Cardiac Insufficiency and Related Conditions , Arch. Int. Med. 28:367-393 ( (Oct.) ) 1921
 2. In Pneumonia and Its Complications , BarachArch. Int. Med. 192128 (Oct.) , pp. 394-420.
Barach, A. L., and Binger, C. A. L.:  A Portable Oxygen Tent , J. A. M. A. 85: 190-192 ( (July 18) ) 1925.
Barach, A. L.:  A New Oxygen Tent , J. A. M. A. 87: 1213-1214 ( (Oct. 9) ) 1926.
Roth, Paul:  Improved Apparatus for the Therapeutic Administration of Oxygen , Mod. Hosp. 22:404-405 ( (April) ) 1924.
Hill, Leonard:  A Simple Oxygen Bed Tent and Its Use in a Case of Edema and Chronic Ulcer of Leg , J. Physiol. (Proc. Physiol. Soc.) 55: xx-xxi, 1921.
Barach, A. L.:  Methods and Results of Oxygen Treatment in Pneumonia , Arch. Int. Med. 37: 186-211 ( (Feb.) ) 1926
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1926.00120200036002]]
 A New Type of Oxygen Chamber , J. Clin. Investigation 2:463-476 ( (Aug.) ) 1926
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1172/JCI100060]]
 Acute Disturbance of Lung Function in Pneumonia , J. A. M. A. 89:1865-1868 ( (Nov. 26) ) 1927
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1927.02690220041011]]
 Oxygen Therapy in Pneumonia , New York State J. Med. 29:985-995 ( (Aug. 15) ) 1929.
Boothby, W. M., and Haines, S. F.:  Oxygen Therapy , J. A. M. A. 90:372-376 ( (Feb. 4) ) 1928.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1928.02690320034009]]
Haines, S. F., and Boothby, W. M.:  The Value of Oxygen Treatment After Thyroidectomy , Am. J. Surg. 6: 1-6 ( (Jan.) ) 1929
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1016/S0002-9610(29)90749-2]]
 Oxygen Treatment , HainesAm. J. Surg. 7: 174-180 ( (Aug.) ) 1929.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1016/S0002-9610(29)90626-7]]
Haldane, J. S.:  Anoxemia, or Oxygen Deficiency and Abnormal Respiration in Certain Diseases , J. A. M. A. 73:768 ( (Sept. 6) ) 1919
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1919.02610360038014]]
Respiration , Hartford, Conn., Yale University Press, 1922.
Lundsgaard, Christen, and Van Slyke, D. D.:  Cyanosis , Medicine 2: 1-76 ( (Feb.) ) 1923.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00005792-192302000-00001]]
Barcroft, Joseph:  Anoxemia , Lancet 2:485-489 ( (Sept. 4) ) 1920
 The Significance of Hemoglobin , Physiol. Rev. 4:329-351 ( (July) ) 1924.
Meakins, J. C., and Davies, H. W.: Respiratory Function in Disease , London, Oliver and Boyd, 1925.
Peters, J. P., and Van Slyke, D. D.: Quantitative Clinical Chemistry , Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company, 1931,  chapter XII , Hemoglobin and Oxygen 1:518-652.
Douglas, C. G.; Haldane, J. S.; Henderson, Yandell, and Schneider, E. C.:  Physiological Observations Made on Pike's Peak with Special Reference to Adaptation to Low Barometric Pressures , Phil. Tr. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B . 203:185-318, 1912.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1098/rstb.1913.0006]]
Haldane, J. S.:  Acclimatisation to High Altitudes , Physiol. Rev. 7:363-384 ( (July) ) 1927.
Douglas, C. G., and Priestley, J. G.: Human Physiology , Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1924.
Asher, Leon, and Duran, Manuel:  Das Verhalten von normalen, mit Schilddrüsensubstanz gefütterten und Schilddrüsenlosen Ratten gegen reinen Sauerstoffmangel , Biochem. Ztschr. 106: 254-274, 1920.
Asher. Leon, and Streuli, Hans:  Das Verhalten von Schilddrüsenlosen, Milzlosen, Schilddrüsen- und Milzlosen Tieren bei O2—Mangel, zugleich ein Beitrag zur Theorie der Bergkrankheit , Biochem. Ztschr. 87: 359-417, 1918.
Barcroft;16b
The Respiratory Function of the Blood , Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, vol. 1, 1925
vol. 2, 1928.
Haldane.14b
Lundsgaard, Christen:  Studies of Oxygen in Venous Blood: I. Technic and Results on Normal Individuals , J. Biol. Chem. 33: 133-144 ( (Jan.) ) 1918
 II. Studies of the Oxygen Unsaturation in the Venous Blood of a Group of Patients with Circulatory Disturbances , J. Exper. Med. 27:179-197 ( (Feb.) ) 1918
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.27.2.179]]
 III. Determinations on Five Patients with Compensated Circulatory Disturbances , J. Exper. Med. 191827 (Feb.) , pp. 199-217
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.27.2.199]]
 IV. Determinations on Five Patients with Incompensated Circulatory Disturbances , J. Exper. Med. 191827 (Feb.) , pp. 219-247
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.27.2.219]]
 V. Determinations on Patients with Anemia , J. Exper. Med. 30: 147-158 ( (Aug.) ) 1919
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.30.2.147]]
 Studies on Cyanosis: I. Primary Causes of Cyanosis , J. Exper. Med. 30:259-269 ( (Sept.) ) 1919
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.30.3.259]]
 II. Secondary Causes of Cyanosis , J. Exper. Med. 191930 (Sept.) , pp. 271-293.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.30.3.271]]
Lundsgaard and Van Slyke.15
Binger, M. W.; Judd, E. S.; Moore, A. B., and Wilder, R. M.:  Oxygen in the Treatment of Patients with Postoperative Pneumonia , Arch. Surg. 17:1047-1050 ( (Dec.) ) 1928.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archsurg.1928.01140120151006]]
Boothby and Haines.13a
Auer, J., and Gates, F. L.:  Experiments on the Causation and Amelioration of Adrenalin Pulmonary Oedema , J. Exper. Med. 26:201-220 ( (Aug.) ) 1917.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.26.2.201]]
Loeb, Leo:  The Mechanism in the Development of Pulmonary Oedema , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 25:321-323 ( (Feb.) ) 1928.
Johnson, S.:  Experimental Production and Prevention of Acute Edema of the Lungs of Rabbits , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 25: 181-182 ( (Dec.) ) 1927.
Welch, W. H.:  Zur Pathologie des Lungenödems , Virchows Arch. f. path. Anat. 72:375-412 ( (March 5) ) 1878.
Meltzer, S. J.:  Edema: A Consideration of the Physiologic and Pathologic Factors Concerned in Its Foundation , Am. Med. 8:191-199 ( (July 30) ) 1904.
Barcroft, Joseph; Cooke, A.; Hartridge, H.; Parsons, T. R., and Parsons, W.:  The Flow of Oxygen Through the Pulmonary Epithelium , J. Physiol. 53:450-472 ( (May 18) ) 1920.
Haldane.14b
Miller, W. S.:  The Structure of the Lung , J. Morphol. 8: 165-188 ( (April) ) 1893
 The Air Spaces in the Lung of the Cat , MillerJ. Morphol. 24: 459-486 ( (Dec.) ) 1913.
Meakins, Jonathan:  Oxygen-Want: Its Causes, Signs and Treatment , Edinburgh M. J. 29: 142-161, 1922.
Barcroft.23b
Barcroft, Joseph; Binger, C. A. L.; Bock, A. V.; Doggart, J. H.; Forbes, H. S.; Harrop, G.; Meakins, J. C., and Redfield, A. C.:  Observations upon the Effect of High Altitude on the Physiological Processes of the Human Body, Carried Out in the Peruvian Andes, Chiefly at Cerro de Pasco , Phil. Tr. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B . 211:351-464, 1922.
Henderson, L. J.: Blood: A Study on General Physiology , New Haven, Conn., Yale University Press, 1928.
Meakins, Jonathan:  Observations on Gases in Human Arterial Blood in Certain Pathological Pulmonary Conditions and Their Treatment with Oxygen , J. Path. & Bact. 24:79-90 ( (Jan.) ) 1921.
Christiansen, Johanne; Douglas, C. G., and Haldane, J. S.:  The Absorption and Dissociation of Carbon Dioxide by Human Blood , J. Physiol. 48:244-271 ( (July 14) ) 1914.
Haldane, J. S.; Meakins, J. C., and Priestley, J. G.:  The Effects of Shallow Breathing , J. Physiol. 52:432-453 ( (May 20) ) 1918.
Haldane.14b
Barcroft.23b
Douglas, C. G., and Haldane, J. S.:  The Causes of Periodic or Cheyne-Stokes Breathing , J. Physiol. 38:401-419 ( (June 15) ) 1909.
Haldane, J. S.; Meakins, J. C., and Priestley, J. G.:  The Respiratory Response to Anoxaemia , J. Physiol. 52:420-432 ( (May 20) ) 1918.
(Footnote 35.)
Lemon, W. S.:  The Effect of Surgical Operations and of Bandaging on Respiration , Minnesota Med. 11:725-729 ( (Nov.) ) 1928.
Muller, G. P.; Overholt, R. H., and Pendergrass, E. P.:  Postoperative Pulmonary Hypoventilation , Arch. Surg. 19: 1322-1345 ( (Dec.) ) 1929.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archsurg.1929.01150060384023]]
Keith, Arthur:  The Mechanism of Respiration , in Hill, Leonard: Further Advances in Physiology , London, Edward Arnold, 1909, pp. 182-207.
Haldane.14b
Lundsgaard and Van Slyke.15
Judd: Personal communication to the author.
Lundy: Personal communication to the author.
Meakins, Jonathan, and Davies, H. W.:  Observations on the Gases in Human Arterial and Venous Blood , J. Path. & Bact. 23:451-461 ( (Dec.) ) 1920.
Moersch, H. J., and Boothby, W. M.:  The Value of Oxygen Following Bronchoscopy in Children , Arch. Otolaryng. 6:542-545 ( (Dec.) ) 1927.
Henderson, Yandell:  The Prevention and Treatment of Asphyxia in the New-Born , J. A. M. A. 90: 583-586 ( (Feb. 25) ) 1928
 The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Measures to Lessen These Dangers , HendersonJ. A. M. A. 94: 179-185 ( (Jan. 18) ) 1930
 Acapnia as a Factor in Postoperative Shock, Atelectasis and Pneumonia , HendersonJ. A. M. A. 95: 572-575 ( (Aug. 23) ) 1930
 Inhalational Treatment of Angina Pectoris and Intermittent Claudication , Am. Heart J. 6:548-555 ( (April) ) 1931
 Reasons for the Use of Carbon Dioxide with Oxygen in the Treatment of Pneumonia , New England J. Med. 206: 151-155 ( (Jan. 28) ) 1932.
Henderson, Yandell; Haggard, H. W.; Coryllos, P. N., and Birnbaum, G. L.:  The Treatment of Pneumonia by Inhalation of Carbon Dioxide: I. The Relief of Atelectasis , Arch. Int. Med. 45:72-91 ( (Jan.) ) 1930.
Coryllos, P. N., and Birnbaum, G. L.:  Obstructive Massive Atlectasis of the Lung , Arch. Surg. 16:501-559 ( (Feb.) ) 1928
 Bronchial Obstruction: Its Relation to Atelectasis; Bronchopneumonia and Lobar Pneumonia , Am. J. Roentgenol. 22:401-430 ( (Nov.) ) 1929
 The Circulation in the Compressed, Atelectatic Lung , Arch. Surg. 19: 1346-1424 ( (Dec.) ) 1929.
Henderson.47c
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Henderson, Haggard, Coryllos and Birnbaum.47f
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Henderson, Haggard, Coryllos and Birnbaum.47f
Harrington, S. W.; Lundy, J. S., and Frederickson, C. H.:  Delayed Acapnia and Shock Following Resection of a Rib: Report of a Case in Which Relief was Obtained by Administration of Dilute Carbon Dioxide , Minnesota Med. 12:550-551 ( (Sept.) ) 1929.
Drinker, C. K.:  The Efficiency of the Oxygen-Carbon Dioxide Treatment of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning , J. Indust. Hyg. 7: 539-558 ( (Dec.) ) 1925.
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Levy, R. L., and Barach, A. L.:  The Therapeutic Use of Oxygen in Coronary Thrombosis , J. A. M. A. 94: 1363-1365 ( (May 3) ) 1930.

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