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The Inquiring Mind.
  • J. Gibbon
  • Medicine
  • Annals of surgery
  • 1 July 1949
This inspiring book becomes one that is very booming. After published, this book can steal the market and book lovers to always run out of this book. And now, we will not let you run out any more toExpand
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Application of a mechanical heart and lung apparatus to cardiac surgery.
  • J. Gibbon
  • Medicine
  • Minnesota medicine
  • 1 March 1954
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ARTIFICIAL MAINTENANCE OF CIRCULATION DURING EXPERIMENTAL OCCLUSION OF PULMONARY ARTERY
Approximately one hundred and forty-two Trendelenburg operations for massive pulmonary embolism have been reported, and only nine of the patients operated on have left the hospital as cured. 1 ThisExpand
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Intrapericardial anatomy in relation to pneumonectomy for pulmonary carcinoma.
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The development of the heart-lung apparatus.
  • J. Gibbon
  • Medicine
  • American journal of surgery
  • 1 July 1970
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Part I. The Development of the First Successful Heart-Lung Machine
In 1931, after witnessing the death of a patient from pulmonary embolectomy, Dr. John Gibbon had an idea for a machine that could take deoxygenated blood, oxygenate it, and pump it back into theExpand
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Development of the artificial heart and lung extracorporeal blood circuit.
Many well-documented accounts of the development of the artificial heart and lung extracorporeal blood circuit have been published. There is no merit in duplicating these scholarly histories.Expand
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Extracorporeal maintenance of cardiorespiratory functions.
  • J. Gibbon
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Harvey lectures
  • 1957
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