Reference numberRBC/2/93
Alternative reference numberRBC/2/314
Title'Some Experiments Of Transfusion made by Dr King at his own House'
DescriptionThat is was easier and safer to carry out blood transfusions between animals using their veins and not by opening their arteries
Observations of blood transfusion between a calf and a sheep; observations of a dog that was injected with milk with dissolved sugar
Read to the Royal Society on 18 April 1667
Extent5 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 2, no 25, p 449
Related records in the catalogueRBO/3/54
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