• Publications
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[Complications of varicose vein surgery].
  • H. Rostad, K. Hall
  • Medicine
  • Tidsskrift for den Norske laegeforening…
  • 20 March 1977
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Electromagnetic blood flowmetry in clinical surgery.
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"In situ" evaluation of the aortic pivoting disc valve prosthesis.
An index of the "in situ" forward flow characteristics of an aortic valve prosthesis is suggested. The effective area index, Ia, is defined as the ratio between the effective orifice area, Aeff, andExpand
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The great saphenous vein used in situ after vein valve extirpation. Long term results.
In 227 patients 252 extremities were operated on with femoropopliteal bypass using the in situ vein technique. The valves were extirpated through incisions in the vein. At discharge 14 grafts wereExpand
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Postoperative blood flow measurements in man by the use of implanted electroma-netic probes.
  • K. Hall
  • Medicine
  • Scandinavian journal of thoracic and…
  • 1969
Intra- as well as postoperatively the blood flow through in situ bypass vein grafts in the thigh were studied by the use of implanted electromagnetic flow probes. The quantities of blood flow foundExpand
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Chronic intravascular haemolysis after aortic disc valve replacement. Comparative study between Lillehei-Kaster and Björk-Shiley disc valve prostheses.
serum haptoglobin, and serum lactate and hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase performed. All patients had normal haemoglobin values and normal red blood cells counts. Haptoglobin was absent or reduced in 8oExpand
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A 5-year follow-up of the Medtronic-Hall valve: survival and thromboembolism.
Throughout the period 1977 to 1982, 436 patients underwent aortic valve replacement (AVR), 106 underwent mitral valve replacement (MVR) and 56 patients underwent double valve replacement (DVR), withExpand
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