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Pulmonary haemodynamics and function immediately after canine left lower lobe preservation.
  1. J A Bardin,
  2. P M Taft,
  3. N A Halasz


    After temporary reimplantation of the left lower lobe in dogs, the effects of various preservation techniques on the canine lung were assessed. Vascular resistance, shunt fraction, weight gain, and airway pressure were found to reflect and predict the effectiveness of various preservation techniques compared with reported survival data.

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