Research Article| Volume 52, ISSUE 3, P430-432, September 1962

Improved coronary perfusion cannulas and flowmeter as aids to coronary artery perfusion in open-heart surgery

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      To insure maximal efficiency in coronary perfusion we have found certain principles of construction of the coronary cannulas to be important. We have found a flowmeter for continuous monitoring of the flow to each individual coronary to be especially helpful.
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