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- A Double Perfusion Pump.J. Physiol. 1927–1928; 64: 356
- ChicagoOctober, 1949 Pump Oxygenator to Support the Systemic Circulation During the Surgical Approach to the Heart, Presented before the Thirty-Fifth Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons,
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- Cardiotomy Into an Empty Left Ventricle.Surgery. 1950; 28: 225
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☆This work has been aided by grants from the National Heart Institute of the United States Public Health Service, the Massachusetts Heart Association, and the Charlton Research Fund of Tufts College Medical School. It is a report of work in progress.