PMID: 5370197Dec 1, 1969

Phase-shift balloon pumping in medically refractory cardiogenic shock. Results in 27 patients

Archives of Surgery
A KantrowitzD Jaron


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May 10, 1973·The New England Journal of Medicine·S ScheidtA Kantrowitz
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