Observations on the oral administration of citrated blood in man

I. the effects on the blood urea nitrogen

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Correspondence to Leon Schiff or Richard J. Stevens or Sander Goodman or Ellen Garber or Anna Lublin.

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Read at a meeting of the American Gastro-Enterological Association, May 1, 1939, Atlantic City, N. J.

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Schiff, L., Stevens, R.J., Goodman, S. et al. Observations on the oral administration of citrated blood in man. American Journal of Digestive Diseases 6, 597–602 (1939). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02996331

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  • Blood Urea Nitrogen
  • Intestinal Tract
  • Atrophic Gastritis
  • Pyloric Stenosis
  • Intragastric Administration