Have a Cow

Barela, Tim
December 2002
Airman;Dec2002, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p38
Reports on the military application of an artificial blood product called Hemopure from cow hemoglobin. Advantages of artificial blood over real blood; Use of Hemopure for resuscitation; Process involved in the extraction of cow hemoglobin.


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