Gene A. Logan

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1. Training of the elbow flexors by maximal isometric exercise produced a significant increase in the strength of their antagonists. 2. There was no difference in the amount of strength increase at any of the three measured points in the arc of movement. Training of the elbow flexors by maximal isometric exercise produced a significant increase in the(More)
A knitted Dacron filamentous vascular prosthesis, 4 cm. long and 3.5 mm. in diameter, was used as an interposition graft between the aorta and right coronary artery in a 65-year-old woman on Oct. 25, 1974. The prosthesis was used to transplant the right coronary artery incident to removal of a saccular aneurysm if the ascending aorta. Concomitant mitral(More)
Five types of 4-mm diameter arterial prostheses (three Dacron, one expanded Teflon, one preserved umbilical vein) were studied in the dog to assess graft thrombogenicity. Separate experiments involving six hours of controlled blood flow, one-week carotid implantation, and aortocoronary implantation were performed. In general, graft thrombogenicity derived(More)