Reich, Marshall P.; French, John M.
October 1970
Angiology;Oct1970, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p606
Academic Journal
Focuses on constant pH control for long-term organ perfusion in a hyperbaric chamber. Composition of perfusate; Assembly and operation of the constant pH control system; Success in buffering excess hydrogen ion concentration.


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