Terry, E. N.; Messina, E.; Redisch, W.; Steele, J. M.
March 1967
Angiology;Mar1967, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p161
Academic Journal
Examines the measurement of blood flow in response to bamethane sulfate. Use of differential plethysmography in the study; Increase in perfusion of the muscle; Benefits of bamethane sulfate on ambulatory patients.


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