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On death and dying.
The authors' guest this morning is Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, MD, who has become something of a celebrity since the feature story in Lifemagazine concerning her and her work and the appearance of her recent book entitled On Death and Dying.
The conus artery; a third coronary artery.
Thrombosis in the presence of vascular stasis.
- S. Wessler
- MedicineThe American journal of medicine
- 1 November 1962
Lack of correlation between activated clotting time and plasma heparin during cardiopulmonary bypass.
The fixed-dose regimen employed prevented both intraoperative thrombosis, assessed clinically in all patients, and clotting on six arterial line filters, as determined by scanning EM, despite wide variations in ACT and plasma heparin levels during surgery.
Pulmonary oxygen toxicity.
A 45-year-old woman was admitted to Jewish Hospital with a complaint of pain in the back and leg for nine months, which gradually increased and extended into the entire right leg in association with severe weakness of the lower part of the right limb.
Interarterial Coronary Anastomoses in the Human Heart, with Particular Reference to Anemia and Relative Cardiac Anoxia
Anastomoses were significantly increased in hearts with coronary artery occlusion or marked narrowing in cor pulmonale, in cardiac hypertrophy and valvular lesions, and also in normal hearts from patients with anemia.
Biologic assay of a thrombosis-inducing activity in human serum.
The systemic infusion of thrombin-free human serum induces massive thrombosis in rabbit vein segments containing stagnant blood far removed from the site of infusion. In contrast, carefully collect...
Efficacy of low doses of heparin in prevention of deep-vein thrombosis after major surgery. A double-blind, randomised trial.
Inhibition of human activated Factor X by antithrombin III and alpha 1-proteinase inhibitor in human plasma.