Reference numberRBC/2/99
Alternative reference numberRBC/2/328
Title'An Account of making a Dog draw his breath exactly like a Wind-broken horse As it was Experimented before the Royal Society October 17 1667 by Richard Lower
DescriptionBelieves that the diaphragm is the chief organ of respiration - to prove this Lower describes how he breaks the nerves which support the diaphragm - gives observations of the dog breathing
Extent4 sides
Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 2, no 29, p 544
Related records in the catalogueRBO/3/60
Fellows associated with this archive
NA6102Lower; Richard (1631 - 1691); physician and physiologist1631 - 1691
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