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In Cold Blood


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In Cold Blood

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Put to Death in Cold Blood The Fort Prince George Massacre

Adenosine in cold blood cardioplegia – a placebo-controlled study

Seasonal cold and circadian changes in blood pressure and physical activity in young and elderly people

151COMPARISON OF INTERMITTENT COLD VERSUS INTERMITTENT WARM BLOOD CARDIOPLEGIA IN 2200 ADULT CARDIAC SURGERY PATIENTS

Ischemic preconditioning prior to myocardial protection with cold blood cardioplegia in coronary surgery

Comparison of retrograde versus antegrade cold blood cardioplegia: randomized trial in elective coronary artery bypass patients

Ischemic preconditioning improves preservation with cold blood cardioplegia in valve replacement patients

250 Changes of coronary blood flow in vasospastic angina under cold stimulation

Blood Pressure Responses to Dietary Sodium and Potassium Interventions and the Cold Pressor Test: The GenSalt Replication Study in Rural North China

Improved contractility with tepid modified full blood cardioplegia compared with cold crystalloid cardioplegia in a piglet model

Decreased incidence of low output syndrome with a switch from tepid to cold continuous minimally diluted blood cardioplegia in isolated coronary artery bypass grafting

Inorganic, Organic, and Total Mercury in Blood and Urine: Cold Vapor Analysis with Automated Flow Injection Sample Delivery

Intermittent antegrade warm myocardial protection compared to intermittent cold blood cardioplegia in elective coronary surgery – do we have to change?

Esmolol before 80 min of cardiac arrest with oxygenated cold blood cardioplegia alleviates systolic dysfunction. An experimental study in pigs

 

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Work by Truman Capote, published in 1966. Described by its author as a “non-fiction novel,” it tells of the murder of a well-to-do farmer of Holcomb, Kan., his wife, and two children, by two ex-convicts in the process of committing a robbery of their home in 1959. The aftermath of the criminals' escape to Mexico, capture, trial, appeals to the Supreme Court, and hanging in April 1965 is followed, in a fashion that opens larger social issues.

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Truman Capote (1924—1984) American writer


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