Reference numberCLP/12ii/71
TitlePaper, 'Experiments to concerning the effects of the perforation of the thorax upon respiration, made at Leyden in 1728 and 1729' by William Houstoun
DescriptionHouston describes numerous experiments performed primarily on dogs at Leyden [Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands] on the effects of perforation of the thorax on respiration. This is an English translation of the most of the original Latin paper, with some sections still written in Latin. Communicated and published posthumously.

Subject: Physiology

Published in Latin in Philosophical Transactions as 'Experimenta de perforatione thoracis, ejusque in respiratione effectibus, facta per Guilielmum Houstonum, M.D. & quondam R. S. S. cum Lugduni Batavorum commoraretur. ann. 1728 & 1729. Regali Societati communicata per Philippum Millerum, R. S. S'.

Communicated by Philip Miller.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1735.0046
Latin version printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 39, no 441, p 230
Fellows associated with this archive
NA3050Houstoun; William (c 1695 - 1733)c 1695 - 1733
NA7949Miller; Philip (1691 - 1771)1691 - 1771
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