A new apparatus for the determination of capillary resistance, also useful for pleural puncture and inhalation of aerosols

Wyss, F.; Matti, H.

Schweiz Med Wochenschr 79(28): 644-646

1949


Accession: 029692939

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Abstract
The authors described a small electric exhaust pump with valves permitting accurate (time) application of the desired degree of vacuum. When the vacuum is applied, an electric clock is automatically started, which cuts off the former after exactly one minute. The apparatus is made by the firm of H. Junghans, Zurich. The glass bell of the device may be replaced by a vacuum jar for pleural aspiration.