Robert Hans Goetz

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THE long neck of the giraffe presents a unique problem in the regulation of the systemic arterial blood pressure and in the maintenance of the cerebral circulation. In 1954, Goetz and Budtz-Olsen succeeded in measuring the arterial blood pressure in a standing, unanesthetized giraffe.' In this animal, approximately 13 feet tall, the carotid arterial mean(More)