Satinsky, Victor P.; Konecke, Lee L.
May 1970
Angiology;May1970, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p343
Academic Journal
Studies renal response to stimulated mechanical heart hyperthermia by researchers from the U.S. Feasibility of a permanent intrathoracic devices which could be used to replace the irreparably damaged heart; Assessment on the effect of thermal elevations created by contemporary pump designs on body homeostasis; Application of controlled core heating to determine the effects of hypertbermia on renal function.


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