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Technik der Kanülierung des Confluens sinuum beim Kaninchen für Versuche mit partiellem extrakorporellem Kreislauf

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Since an adequate venous blood outflow from the internal jugular vein is not available in the rabbit, a method for venous blood outflow from the Confluens sinuum was developed. It appeared to be useful in experiments with partial extracorporal circulation and for partial oxygenation of the blood circulation during haemodialysis.

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Koller, T., Monnier, M. & Gamp, R. Technik der Kanülierung des Confluens sinuum beim Kaninchen für Versuche mit partiellem extrakorporellem Kreislauf. Experientia 20, 108–110 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02151271

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