HISTORY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ARTIFICIAL INTERNAL ORGANS
EDITORIAL NOTE
A STUDY OF HEMODYNAMICS OF THE TWIN COIL ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY. THE RELATIONSHIP OF PERFUSION RATE AND BLOOD VOLUME WITHIN THE COIL
A DISPOSABLE PARALLEL FLOW UNIT FOR THE MACNEILL - COLLINS ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY
ULTRAFILTRATION OF ASCITES
VOICE
LAVAGE OF ONE LOBE OF ONE LUNG OF UNTRAINED, UNANESTHETIZED ANURIC DOGS
DR. KOLFF
THE PERMEABILITY CONCEPT AS APPLIED TO DIALYSIS
PERMEABILITY AND HYDRODYNAMIC STUDIES ON THE MACNEILL-COLLINS DIALYZER USING CONVENTIONAL AND MODIFIED MEMBRANE SUPPORTS
MEASUREMENT OF DIALYZING SOLUTION FILM PERMEABILITY UNDER IDEALIZED CONDITIONS
DR. KOLFF
THE INFLUENCE OF MEMBRANE PERMEABILITY AND OF DESIGN ON GAS EXCHANGE IN THE MEMBRANE LUNG
MEMBRANE OXYGENATOR - EXPOSED TYPE
OPTIMIZATION OF CERTAIN PARAMETERS IN HEMODIALYSIS
COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF MACNEILL-COLLINS, TWIN-COIL AND ROTATING DRUM DIALYZERS, ULTRAFILTRATION, CHRONIC VESSEL CANNULATION AND REGIONAL HEPARINIZATION, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PROPHYLACTIC HEMODIALYSIS
DR. SCHREINER
THE TECHNIQUE OF CONTINUOUS HEMODIALYSIS
CANNULATION OF BLOOD VESSELS FOR PROLONGED HEMODIALYSIS
THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC UREMIA BY MEANS OF INTERMITTENT HEMODIALYSIS
SUCCESSFUL INTERMITTENT HEMODIALYSIS - LONGEST REPORTED MAINTENANCE OF LIFE IN TRUE OLIGURIA (181 DAYS)
DR. TESCHAN
ASSOCIATION OF EKG CHANGES DURING HEMODIALYSIS WITH ELECTROLYTE ABNORMALITIES IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL FAILURE
THE RELATION OF SALIVARY FLOW TO THE STATE OF HYDRATION IN PATIENTS WITH UREMIA AND RENAL FAILURE
SERUM AND URINE SULFATE CHANGES IN UREMIA
DR. KYLSTRA
PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS WHICH EXPLAIN THE EFFECTS OF VENO-ARTERIAL PUMPING AND OF LEFT VENTRICULAR BYPASS IN EXPERIMENTAL HEART FAILURE
PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH LONG-LASTING HEART-LUNG BYPASS
STUDIES IN PROFOUND HYPOTHERMIA
THE RELATIONSHIP OF BLOOD VOLUME, SYSTEMIC PERIPHERAL RESISTANCE, AND FLOW RATE DURING PROFOUND HYPOTHERMIA
DR. PEIRCE
THE EFFECT OF CORE INDUCED HYPOTHERMIA OF 25 AND 7°C. ON DOGS WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
DEEP HYPOTHERMIA WITH TOTAL CIRCULATORY ARREST
DR. THEODORE COOPER
FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLIFIED METHOD FOR DETERMINING METABOLIC AND RESPIRATORY pH FACTORS
TRANSFUSION ACIDOSIS AND ITS CORRECTION WITH THAM
DR. CLARK
PATTERNS OF “METABOLIC” AND RESPIRATORY ACIDOSIS
ALVEOLAR-ARTERIAL GAS TENSION EQUILIBRIUM DURING PARTIAL HEART-LUNG BY PASS
EFFECT OF METABOLIC ACIDOSIS ON CARDIAC OUTPUT AND PRESSOR RESPONSES TO EPINEPHRINE
DR. CLOWES
THE EFFECTS OF EXTRACORPOREAL CIRCULATION ON MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM
AN IDEAL HEART PUMP WITH HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS ANALOGOUS TO THE MAMMALIAN HEART
THE USE OF A MAGNETIC FIELD TO REMOTELY POWER AN IMPLANTABLE BLOOD PUMP. PRELIMINARY REPORT
DR. SALISBURY
ARTIFICIAL HEARTS INSIDE THE CHEST, USING SMALL ELECTRO-MOTORS
DR. SCHUDER
FUNCTIONING AUTOGENOUS MUSCLE USED EXPERIMENTALLY AS AN AUXILIARY VENTRICLE
VOICE
PROBLEM OF THROMBUS FORMATION ON ARTIFICIAL HEART VALVES
EXPERIMENTAL REPLACEMENT OF THE MITRAL VALVE WITH A FLEXIBLE POLYURETHANE FOAM PROSTHESIS
DR. CLOWES
EXPLORATION INTO NARCOSIS FOR SURGICAL CARDIOPLEGIA
STUDIES OF CARDIAC CONDUCTION DURING ISCHEMIA AND HYPOXIA
DR. E. BRAUNWALD
APPLICATION OF CLOSED LOOP SERVO CONTROL TO CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS
DR. NEWMAN
INTRAVASCULAR POLAROGRAPHIC AND POTENTIOMETRIC ELECTRODES FOR THE STUDY OF CIRCULATION
E.E.G. ELECTRODE BURNS ASSOCIATED WITH SIMULTANEOUS USE OF ELECTROCAUTERY
DR. BOSHER
DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF A DISPOSABLE STAINLESS STEEL BLOOD HEAT EXCHANGER WITH THE INTEGRATED DISPOSABLE PLASTIC DISC OXYGENATION SYSTEM
DR. KOLFF
DR. ESMOND
A RAPID QUANTITATIVE METHOD OF DETERMINING METABOLIC AND RESPIRATORY pH FACTORS
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ARTIFICIAL INTERNAL ORGANS