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- The physiology of induced hypothermia.National Academy of Sciences—National Research Council, Publication No. 451. 1956; (Washington, D. C.): 165
- Alterations in myocardial metabolism subsequent to hypoxic and hypothermic cardiac arrest.in: ed. 2. S. Forum. 12. 1961: 171
- Myocardial metabolism.Ann. Int. Med. 1958; 49: 1201
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- Effect of hypothermia on the cellular respiratory of ventricular tissue.Am. J. Physiol. 1958; 192: 121
Rheinlander, H. F., and Wallace, H. W.: Unpublished data.
- A report on the use of both extracorporeal circulation and hypothermia for open heart surgery.Ann. Surg. 1958; 147: 603
- Selective hypothermia of the heart in anoxic cardiac arrest.Surg. Gynec. & Obst. 1959; 109: 750
- Cardiac metabolism during extracorporeal circulation.A. M. A. Arch. Surg. 1961; 82: 138-146
☆These studies were supported by the National Heart Institute, Grant No. H-3791, Massachusetts Heart Association, Grant No. 334, and the “200 Club” of the New England Center Hospital.
☆☆Read at the Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the Society of University Surgeons, Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 8–10, 1962.