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Studies of the coronary circulation. V. The influence of hypothermia with and without cardioplegia on the primary mortality at by-pass operations in acute coronary occlusion in the dog



Studies of the coronary circulation. V. The influence of hypothermia with and without cardioplegia on the primary mortality at by-pass operations in acute coronary occlusion in the dog



Acta Chirurgica Scandinavica 116(3): 196-206




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