Frank Gollan

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Because oxygen and carbon dioxide are very soluble in certain silicone oils and fluorocarbon liquids, these liquids will support respiration of mammals. Mice and cats respiring silicone oil die shortly after return to air breathing, while those breathing fluorocarbon survive for weeks. The respiration of mice is optimally supported by these organic liquids(More)
Current systolic time interval techniques have limited clinical applicability since patient co-operation and attention to the carotid pulse and phonocardiogram transducers are required. Therefore only surface electrodes were used to monitor the electrocardiogram and electrical impedance cardiogram first derivative (dZ/dt) in the acquisition of the timing(More)