Shaftel, Herbert E.; Selman, David
June 1959
Angiology;Jun1959, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p131
Academic Journal
Examines the ability of sublingual heparin to clarify lipemic serum in a series of 36 patients under an acute experimental design. Determination of a base line curve of the serum turbidity after the ingestion of a standard fat test meal and after the administration of sublingual heparin; Inability to detect any effect of sublingual heparin on blood coagulation; Clarification of lipemic serum in parents after fat ingestion and therapy.


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