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[Scope, vol. 1, no. 6, 1944]

Scope - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Images and text depicted against a bright yellow background, in a counter clockwise design, with black arrows shown on both left and right sides of the page: at top of the page is an image against a red circle, of a group of physicians and nurses performing surgery; in the center of the page, is a black and white drawing of a hand holding a bottle of heparin; at the bottom of the page is an image in white of a body silhoutte, with an image in red of the circulatory system imprinted on it; text in black type on the right side of the middle of the design reads: "The blood must flow or the tissues it nourishes die. When in vascular surgery and threatened thrombosis or embolism it is necessary to prolong the clotting time of the blood--HEPARIN, the naturally occurring anticoagulant, may be life-saving. Heparin (Upjohn) contains 10 mg. (1000 units) of the sodium salt of heparin in each cc. and is supplied in 10 cc. rubber-capped vials."

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<p>Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Images and text depicted against a bright yellow background, in a counter clockwise design, with black arrows shown on both left and right sides of the page: at top of the page is an image against a red circle, of a group of physicians and nurses performing surgery; in the center of the page, is a black and white drawing of a hand holding a bottle of heparin; at the bottom of the page is an image in white of a body silhoutte, with an image in red of the circulatory system imprinted on it; text in black type on the right side of the middle of the design reads: "The blood must flow or the tissues it nourishes die. When in vascular surgery and threatened thrombosis or embolism it is necessary to prolong the clotting time of the blood--HEPARIN, the naturally occurring anticoagulant, may be life-saving. Heparin (Upjohn) contains 10 mg. (1000 units) of the sodium salt of heparin in each cc. and is supplied in 10 cc. rubber-capped vials."</p>
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[Scope, vol. 1, no. 6, 1944]

Scope - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Images and text depicted against a bright yellow background, in a counter clockwise design, with black arrows shown on both left and right sides of the page: at top of the page is an image against a red circle, of a group of physicians and nurses performing surgery; in the center of the page, is a black and white drawing of a hand holding a bottle of heparin; at the bottom of the page is an image in white of a body silhoutte, with an image in red of the circulatory system imprinted on it; text in black type on the right side of the middle of the design reads: "The blood must flow or the tissues it nourishes die. When in vascular surgery and threatened thrombosis or embolism it is necessary to prolong the clotting time of the blood--HEPARIN, the naturally occurring anticoagulant, may be life-saving. Heparin (Upjohn) contains 10 mg. (1000 units) of the sodium salt of heparin in each cc. and is supplied in 10 cc. rubber-capped vials."</p>
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Advertisement from an issue of Scope magazine designed by graphic designer Lester Beall. Images and text depicted against a bright yellow background, in a counter clockwise design, with black arrows shown on both left and right sides of the page: at top of the page is an image against a red circle, of a group of physicians and nurses performing surgery; in the center of the page, is a black and white drawing of a hand holding a bottle of heparin; at the bottom of the page is an image in white of a body silhoutte, with an image in red of the circulatory system imprinted on it; text in black type on the right side of the middle of the design reads: "The blood must flow or the tissues it nourishes die. When in vascular surgery and threatened thrombosis or embolism it is necessary to prolong the clotting time of the blood--HEPARIN, the naturally occurring anticoagulant, may be life-saving. Heparin (Upjohn) contains 10 mg. (1000 units) of the sodium salt of heparin in each cc. and is supplied in 10 cc. rubber-capped vials."

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