Pioneering Research in Surgical Shock and Cardiovascular Surgery: Vivien Thomas and His Work with Alfred Blalock : An Autobiography

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Blalock, A.: "Experimental shock: The cause of the low blood pressure produced by muscle injury." Archives of Surgery 20:959, June 1930.
Daniel, R. A.; Upchurch, S. E.; and Blalock, A.:" The absorption from traumatized muscle."Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics 56:1017, June 1933.
Blalock, A.: "Acute circulatory failure as exemplified by shock and hemorrhage." Surgery, Gynecology, & Obstetrics 58:551, March 1934.
Blalock, A., and Beard, J. W.: "The effects of adrenalectomy on the cardiac output and blood pressure." The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 18:941, June 1933.
Blalock, A.: "The effect of complete occlusion of the thoracic aorta". The Journal of Thoracic Surgery 2:69, October 1932.
Nystrom, G., and Blalock, A.: "Contributions to the technique of pulmonary embolectomy." The Journal of Thoracic Surgery 5:169, December 1935.
Mason, M. F.; Blalock, A.; and Harrison, T. R.: "The direct determination of the renal blood flow and renal oxygen consumption of the unanesthetized dog." The American Journal of Physiology 118: 667, April 1937.
Harrison, T. R., and Blalock, A.: "Cardiac output in pneumonia in the dog." The Journal of Clinical Investigation 2:435, June 1926.
Beard, J. W.; Butler, V.; and Blalock, A.: "A study of the effect of division of the cervical oesophagus of the dog." Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics 53:169, August 1931.
Blalock, A.: "Experimental studies on the effects of the perforation of peptic ulcers." Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics 61:20, July 1935.
Blalock, A.: "Effect of total pneumonectomy on position of esophagus." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 32:1552, 1935.
Blalock, A.; Cunningham, R. S.; and Robinson, C. S.: Experimentalproduction of chylothorax by occlusion of the superior vena cava

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