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Proceedings of the Obstetrical Society of Boston
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
in experimenting upon dogs, found that upon killing them by repeated injections of sufficient chloral to keep them in a continuous state of anaesthesia, the urine contained dissolved haemoglobin. After death, eechymotic spots were found upon the intestinal mucous membrane, and congestion of the kidneys. The blood was profoundly filtered, the globules deformed, without elasticity, the plasma was tinged red, and the globules had notably lost their capacity to absorb oxygen. The expired airdoi:10.1056/nejm187503180921104 fatcat:pezpgacl3vekdjp2mgz33j3z2m