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Blood Volume Measurements With a New Instrument

Blood Volume Measurements With a New Instrument mass, associated with and massive of the whole blood is murmur, swelling clots, and most dislodging fibrinolysin the lower extremities and trunk. lower effective in the in Emergency therapy development and the preventing assisting was not because of but because of necessary, hemorrhage, dissolution of platelet An adequate perfusion aggregates. the cardiac embarrassment. progressive Resection is essential in all instances. Microembolization rapidly pressure may and of the with of the be graft replacement repair a factor in irreversible shock. aneurysm inferior vena cava was in the 4 performed successfully Vena cases. Cava Filter for the Prevention of Embo- Pulmonary lism\p=m-\M. S. DeWeese and D. C. Hunter, Jr. Arch 86:852 1963 Surg (May) of Giant Management Popliteal Aneurysms\p=m-\J. J. Bergan An operative technique, to designed prevent pulmonary and O. H. Trippel embolism a filter in the by interposing inferior vena cava, Arch 86:818 1963 Surg (May) is described. A clinical is experience with 24 patients of 5-yr the which ascend to Large aneurysms popliteal space Seventeen available for presented. were long-term become in patients prominent pulsatile masses the anteromedian studies. Two deaths occurred in the immediate postopera¬ thigh special problems in therapy. Procrastination present tive one was and it was http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Blood Volume Measurements With a New Instrument

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Blood Volume Measurements With a New Instrument

Abstract

mass, associated with and massive of the whole blood is murmur, swelling clots, and most dislodging fibrinolysin the lower extremities and trunk. lower effective in the in Emergency therapy development and the preventing assisting was not because of but because of necessary, hemorrhage, dissolution of platelet An adequate perfusion aggregates. the cardiac embarrassment. progressive Resection is essential in all instances. Microembolization rapidly pressure may and of the with of the be graft...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210113062
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Abstract

mass, associated with and massive of the whole blood is murmur, swelling clots, and most dislodging fibrinolysin the lower extremities and trunk. lower effective in the in Emergency therapy development and the preventing assisting was not because of but because of necessary, hemorrhage, dissolution of platelet An adequate perfusion aggregates. the cardiac embarrassment. progressive Resection is essential in all instances. Microembolization rapidly pressure may and of the with of the be graft replacement repair a factor in irreversible shock. aneurysm inferior vena cava was in the 4 performed successfully Vena cases. Cava Filter for the Prevention of Embo- Pulmonary lism\p=m-\M. S. DeWeese and D. C. Hunter, Jr. Arch 86:852 1963 Surg (May) of Giant Management Popliteal Aneurysms\p=m-\J. J. Bergan An operative technique, to designed prevent pulmonary and O. H. Trippel embolism a filter in the by interposing inferior vena cava, Arch 86:818 1963 Surg (May) is described. A clinical is experience with 24 patients of 5-yr the which ascend to Large aneurysms popliteal space Seventeen available for presented. were long-term become in patients prominent pulsatile masses the anteromedian studies. Two deaths occurred in the immediate postopera¬ thigh special problems in therapy. Procrastination present tive one was and it was

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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