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An Inquiry into the Possibility of Restoring the Life of Warm-Blooded Animals in Certain Cases Where the Respiration, the Circulation, and the Ordinary Manifestations of Organic Motion Are Exhausted or Have Ceased

Benjamin Ward Richardson
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London
Vol. 14 (1865), pp. 358-371
Published by: Royal Society
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Page Count: 14
Subjects: Biological Sciences Mathematics General Science
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