REANIMATION OF DOGS AFTER CLINICAL DEATH DUE TO THE EFFECT OF RADIAL ACCELERATION,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The authors conducted a series of experiments and found that dogs can be reanimated following clinical death resulting from radial accelerations of up to 40 G by a method of artificial circulation. The longest periods of clinical death due to radial accelerations following which full restoration of functions could be attained varied from 15 min 45 sec to 19 min 30 sec. The reanimated dogs live for years, bear normal litters, and differ in no respect from normal dogs in behavior and work capacity.
- Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine
- Anatomy and Physiology