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0o4 THE BRITISH MEDICAL _70URNAL.- [May 21, i88i. tions were thirty-five per minute, the cartilages of the ribs and sternum being drawn in at every effort to breathe, and crepitation existing over both lungs. The fauces were healthy. The pulse was I44, very weak. Having a No. i prostatic catheter with me, I determined to pass it into the trachea instead of performing tracheotomy. Watching an opportunity, while the tongue was depressed with a spoon, the catheter, curved a little more than usual,doi:10.1136/bmj.1.1064.804 fatcat:gqvoc774w5csznjfv7ufpx37ym