Biomedical Engineering

, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp 282–284 | Cite as

Continuous recording of oxyhemoglobin content in artificial blood circulation

  • A. N. Vetkin
  • V. E. Fridman
  • M. Ya. Khodas
  • V. P. Osipov
  • G. Kh. Pyatnitskaya
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Keywords

Blood Circulation Continuous Recording Oxyhemoglobin Content Artificial Blood Circulation 

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© Consultants Bureau 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. N. Vetkin
  • V. E. Fridman
  • M. Ya. Khodas
  • V. P. Osipov
  • G. Kh. Pyatnitskaya

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