PMID: 4746389May 1, 1973Paper

The specific resistance of blood at body temperature

Medical & Biological Engineering
L A Geddes, C Sadler

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Jan 1, 1973·IEEE Transactions on Bio-medical Engineering·L A Geddes, C P Da Costa

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