Reference numberHB/12/7
TitleLetter from J Masesay, Dept of Physiology, University of Sheffield, to [Henry] Barcroft, Queen's University, Belfast
Date4 October 1946
DescriptionIs not quite clear about Barcroft's statement that 'when a tourniquet is applied occluding the veins the venous pressure will rise to the systole level'. Asks about the corrrect temperature for water baths when measuring venous distensibility.
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