Reference numberEC/1915/08
Previous numbersCert XIII, 86; A04578
TitleMackenzie, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationPhysician. Distinguished for his researches on the pathology and treatment of heart disease. Also on the meaning and mechanism of visceral pain. Author of 'Disease of the Heart' (2nd edit, 1910); 'A Contribution to the Study of Sensory Disorders associated with Visceral Diease' (Med Chronicle, 1892); 'The Study of the Pulse, Arterial, Venous and Hepatic, and of the Movements of the Heart' (1902): and other papers on the same subject. Inventor of the Polygraph, an ingenious apparatus designed for the taking of the Venous and Arterial Pulse in Man and now generally used.
ProposersF W Mott; David Ferrier; L Hill; David Bruce; J S Haldane; A D Waller; Almroth E Wright; W M Bayliss; J Barcroft; A R Cushny; H Head; J Symington; William Osler; W B Hardy
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Mackenzie, Sir James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5559Mackenzie; Sir; James (1853 - 1925)1853 - 1925
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