Direct recording of heart forces by strain gage methods

an annotated list of references, 1949-1969 [by] R.P. Walton [and] A.L. Hauck.
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Cardiology -- Research -- Bibliography, Heart -- Measurement -- Methodology -- Bibliog
ContributionsHauck, Anne Logan,
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LC ClassificationsZ6663 H5 W3 1970A
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