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INTRODUCTION
A NEW PARALLEL TUBE CONTINUOUS HEMODIALYZER
A CATION-EXCHANGE ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY
THE ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY USING DOG'S LUNG
LAVAGE OF THE LUNG
PULMONARY LAVAGE
CLINICAL GUIDES FOR THE ESTIMATION OF WATER AND UREA REMOVAL DURING HEMODIALYSIS WITH THE KOLFF TWIN COIL KIDNEY
REMOVAL OF FLUID FROM THE PATIENT DURING HEMODIALYSIS
ACUTE RENAL INSUFFICIENCY FOLLOWING AORTIC SURGERY
PROPHYLACTIC DAILY HEMODIALYSIS
ETHYLENE GLYCOL TWO INDICATIONS FOR HEMODIALYSIS
CO2 ELIMINATION BY THE KIDNEY DURING HYPERCAPNIA AND ADMINISTRATION OF A BUFFER AMINE
SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE ORGANIC ACIDS IN ACUTE RENAL FAILURE
THE ARTIFICIAL LIVER EXPERIMENTS AND CLINICAL APPLICATION
THEORETICAL STUDIES CONCERNING QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE ARTIFICIAL INTERNAL ORGANS
METHODOLOGIC PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH IN VITRO MEASUREMENTS OF DIALYSANCE
THE THREE SPIRITS
A PLASTIC INTRACORPOREAL HEART SUBSTITUTE
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FORMATION OF BUBBLES IN BLOOD
DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLIFIED MEMBRANE OXYGENATOR
EXPERIMENTAL USE OF AUTOGENOUS LUNG OXYGENATION IN CARDIAC BYPASS AND ITS CLINICAL APPLICATION IN OPEN AORTIC VALVE SURGERY
A COMPLETE INTEGRATED PUMP – OXYGENATOR SYSTEM WITH DISPOSABLE PLASTIC DISC OXYGENATORS
FLOW AND VOLUME REGULATION DURING CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
THE CONVAIR HEART-LUNG MACHINE
CARDIOVASCULAR ADAPTATION TO PARTIAL EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION
EFFECTS OF PARTIAL AND OF TOTAL HEART-LUNG BYPASS ON THE CIRCULATION
PROLONGED VENO-ARTERIAL PUMPING FOR CIRCULATION SUPPORT
HEMOLYSIS CAUSED BY PUMPS IN EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION
A STUDY OF SOME COAGULATION FACTOR CHANGES OCCURRING IN BLOOD DURING EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION
A METHOD OF INTRODUCING BLOOD INTO A RESERVOIR
THE SHOCK STATE IN HEART-LUNG BYPASS IN DOGS
ACUTE PORTAL HYPERTENSION AND CONGESTION AS A CAUSE FOR UNEXPLAINED ARTERIAL HYPOTENSION AND BLOOD LOSS FROM THE CIRCUIT DURING PERFUSION IN DOGS
CAUSE OF FAILURE OF THE ARTIFICIAL HEART-LUNG
A RAPID QUANTITATIVE METHOD OF DETERMINING METABOLIC AND RESPIRATORY pH FACTORS
A STUDY OF OXYGEN CONSUMPTION DURING EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION
EFFECTS OF pH AND CATECHOLAMINE BLOOD LEVELS ON OXYGEN UPTAKE
CHANGES IN STEROID METABOLISM ASSOCIATED WITH EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION
PUMP FOR REPLACEMENT OF THE HEART
FURTHER EXPERIENCE WITH A PERMANENTLY INDWELLING INTRACORPOREAL BLOOD PUMP
ARTIFICIAL HEART IN THE CHEST AND USE OF POLYURETHANE FOR MAKING HEARTS, VALVES AND AORTAS
REMARKS ON THE TRANSISTOR ELECTRONIC PACEMAKER
OPEN AND CLOSED CHEST STIMULATION WITH AN AUTOCLAVABLE CARDIAC STIMULATOR
INHIBITION OF STONE FORMATION I
POLYURETHANE POLYMER
1960 MEETING