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Current Medical Literature

Current Medical Literature Flow Pneumo¬ Blood in Experimental Through Lungs Current Medical Literature thorax.—The volume of blood as flow in normal rabbits, determined Dock and Harrison from the by oxygen consump¬ and the arterial and tion, venous of rabbit's oxygen content, AMERICAN blood 15 varies between 10 and c.c. hundred of per grams of the The Association lends to Fellows Association library periodicals body weight. Collapse of the does not right lung greatly to individual to The for three and subscribers Journal a of period days. affect domestic the total volume but causes a decrease in the No foreign are available prior to 1920, nor to flow, journals prior be 1923. Requests should to cover accompanied by stamps postage arterial due to mixture of blood from the oxygen content, if (6 cents if one and 12 cents two periodicafs are requested). normal with blood of venous character which lung passes marked Titles with an asterisk (*) are abstracted below. the through unaerated tissues. the first few hours During after such with the does not become atelec- collapse air, lung American of Public N.Y. Journal Health, Albany, tatic and more than one half of the total flow is the 1925 through 15:95-187 (Feb.) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Current Medical Literature

JAMA , Volume 84 (14) – Apr 4, 1925

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1925 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1925.02660400063046
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Abstract

Flow Pneumo¬ Blood in Experimental Through Lungs Current Medical Literature thorax.—The volume of blood as flow in normal rabbits, determined Dock and Harrison from the by oxygen consump¬ and the arterial and tion, venous of rabbit's oxygen content, AMERICAN blood 15 varies between 10 and c.c. hundred of per grams of the The Association lends to Fellows Association library periodicals body weight. Collapse of the does not right lung greatly to individual to The for three and subscribers Journal a of period days. affect domestic the total volume but causes a decrease in the No foreign are available prior to 1920, nor to flow, journals prior be 1923. Requests should to cover accompanied by stamps postage arterial due to mixture of blood from the oxygen content, if (6 cents if one and 12 cents two periodicafs are requested). normal with blood of venous character which lung passes marked Titles with an asterisk (*) are abstracted below. the through unaerated tissues. the first few hours During after such with the does not become atelec- collapse air, lung American of Public N.Y. Journal Health, Albany, tatic and more than one half of the total flow is the 1925 through 15:95-187 (Feb.)

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Published: Apr 4, 1925

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