Painter, F. G.; Malette, W. G.; Summers, W. B.; McKenzie, K. R.
August 1957
Angiology;Aug1957, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p348
Academic Journal
A simplified modification of the Minneapolis pump oxygenator has been described. It has been employed in 67 dogs. The apparatus is simple in design and construction, easy to operate, small in size, and consistent in performance.


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