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A personal memoir written by Dr. Bernard J. Miller about his introduction to and interest in medical research as well as his experiences working on the heart-lung machine. He focuses specifically on his working relationship with John H. Gibbon, Jr., the development of a viable oxygenator and ventilator, and early testing of the machine on animals
Recommended CitationMiller, Bernard J., "Recollections of My Research in Developing the Heart-Lung Machine at Jefferson Medical College" (2005). Jefferson Biographies. Paper 12.
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