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Application of a mechanical heart and lung apparatus to cardiac surgery.
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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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The development of the heart-lung apparatus.
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VASODILATATION IN THE LOWER EXTREMITIES IN RESPONSE TO IMMERSING THE FOREARMS IN WARM WATER.
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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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Effects of Alternate Suction and Pressure on Circulation in the Lower Extremities
According to Pbiseuille's law the volume of fluid flowing through a rigid tube is proportional to the fall in pressure along the tube. It seems possible, therefore, that if the peripheral fall inExpand
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