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Unpublished paper, 'A report embracing an inquiry as to the possibility of restoring the life of warm-blooded animals in certain cases where the respiration, the circulation, and the ordinary manifestations of organic motion are exhausted as have ceased, part II: Experimental evidence' by Benjamin Ward Richardson

Reference number: AP/47/5

Date: June 1865

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Richardson presents the results of a series of experiments on artificial respiration.

Marked on front as '1865 Archives (for reference)'.

Subject: Physiology / Medicine

Received 14 June 1865. Communicated by [William] Sharpey.

Whilst the Royal Society declined to publish this paper in full, an abstract of the paper was published in volume 14 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'An inquiry into the possibility of restoring the life of warmblooded animals in certain cases where the respiration, the circulation, and the ordinary manifestations of organic motion are exhausted or have ceased'.

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AP/47/5
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June 1865
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72 pages
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Manuscript

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Benjamin Ward Richardson

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Benjamin Ward Richardson, Unpublished paper, 'A report embracing an inquiry as to the possibility of restoring the life of warm-blooded animals in certain cases where the respiration, the circulation, and the ordinary manifestations of organic motion are exhausted as have ceased, part II: Experimental evidence' by Benjamin Ward Richardson, June 1865, AP/47/5, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_47_5/unpublished-paper-a-report-embracing-an-inquiry-as-to-the-possibility-of-restoring-the-life-of-warm-blooded-animals-in-certain-cases-where-the-respiration-the-circulation-and-the-ordinary-manifestations-of-organic-motion-are-exhausted-as-have-ceased-part-ii-experimental-evidence-by-benjamin-ward-richardson, accessed on 22 May 2024

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