The Technique of Citrated Blood Transfusion

Henry C. Marble
1920 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
On his return he was stricken with pneumonia at Lyons, and died in that city on July 25, 1842. By a singular coincidence, Madame Larrey died in Paris on the same day. He Avas buried in the cemetery of Père la Chaise, where so many illustrious French medical men were laid at rest. Thus ended the life of the greatest of military surgeons. For fifty-three years he had given the best of his life to France and her army, in a long record of achievement that has never been surpassed, and has added its
more » ... share to the glory of that incomparable country. Bibliography.
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