Taylor, K. M.
November 2005
Perfusion;Nov2005, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p301
Academic Journal
Announces that surgeon Joseph B. Zwischenberger and his colleagues, authors of the article about a gas exchanger, was affected by Hurricane Rita in Galveston, Texas. Evacuation of people from their seaside town; Damages incurred by the hurricane; Support offered by the editor to the hurricane victims.


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