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[Blood transfusion from animal to human]

Clysmatica nova; sive, Ratio, qua in venam sectam medicamenta immitti possint, ut eodem modo, ..., pag. 41, figs. IV & V. - Coloniae Brandenburgicae: Georgi Schultzi and Danielis Reichelii , 1667.

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Two views of blood transfusions: an animal and a human arm are on one table, the necessary tubular attachments for making the connections are shown extending from the arm and the animal's side; the second view is of two arms with tubes as above.

No MeSH data available.


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[Blood transfusion from animal to human]

Clysmatica nova; sive, Ratio, qua in venam sectam medicamenta immitti possint, ut eodem modo, ..., pag. 41, figs. IV & V. - Coloniae Brandenburgicae: Georgi Schultzi and Danielis Reichelii , 1667.

<p>Two views of blood transfusions: an animal and a human arm are on one table, the necessary tubular attachments for making the connections are shown extending from the arm and the animal's side; the second view is of two arms with tubes as above.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : woodcut.

ABSTRACT

Two views of blood transfusions: an animal and a human arm are on one table, the necessary tubular attachments for making the connections are shown extending from the arm and the animal's side; the second view is of two arms with tubes as above.

No MeSH data available.