A look back

Horgan, W.J.
March 2000
Perfusion;Mar2000, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p91
Academic Journal
Traces the origin of cardiovascular perfusion profession. Discussion on patient care in the early 1960s; Why it was not easy to do an emergency case during the 1960s; Information on the equipment and supplies used in perfusion.


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