A double perfusion‐pump

@article{DaleADP,
  title={A double perfusion‐pump},
  author={Henry Hallett Dale and Edgar Howard Schuster},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},
  volume={64}
}
THE heart-lung preparation of Starling and his co-workers has provided a means, extensively used, of studying the functions of the mammalian heart when working against an artificial and adjustable peripheral resistance, which replaces the natural resistance of the systemic vascular system. Many schemes have been devised and used, on the other hand, in which the blood has been perfused through the living vessels of an organ or part of the body by use of an artificial pump. Our original object in… 
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