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Dr. James Watt and Dr. Samuel Fox explain to Congressman Laird how the application of biophysical and mathematical principles to the measurement of human circulatory functions provide valuable information on the "horsepower" of the human heart.

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<p>Dr. James Watt and Dr. Samuel Fox explain to Congressman Laird how the application of biophysical and mathematical principles to the measurement of human circulatory functions provide valuable information on the "horsepower" of the human heart.</p>
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[Congressman Melvin Laird's visit to the Clinical Center]
<p>Dr. James Watt and Dr. Samuel Fox explain to Congressman Laird how the application of biophysical and mathematical principles to the measurement of human circulatory functions provide valuable information on the "horsepower" of the human heart.</p>
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ABSTRACT

Dr. James Watt and Dr. Samuel Fox explain to Congressman Laird how the application of biophysical and mathematical principles to the measurement of human circulatory functions provide valuable information on the "horsepower" of the human heart.

No MeSH data available.