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" When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration is under its influence, and if, under these circumstances, respiration is artificially produced, the circulation will still continue. "
London Medical and Physical Journal - Side 309
1823
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The Medical and Physical Journal: Containing the Earliest ..., Bind 26

1811
...94$ 75 — 924. 93 90 — 91 86 91* 88^ From the whole we may deduce the following ooncl.isions r 1. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart. 2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of tha Jienrt ceases, only because respiration...
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London

1811
...difference in the cooling of the animal. From the whole we may deduce the following conclusions: i. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart. a. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration is...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Bind 29–30

William Nicholson - 1811
...ing of the animal. General con- From the w hole we may deduce the following conelusions. elusions: 1. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart. 2. When (he brain Is injured or removed, (he action of Hu- luMri ceases, only because respiration is...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

1812
...Mr. Brodie has summed up the general results of his inquiry in the four following propositions. ' 1. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart. ' 2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Bind 8

1812
...difference in the cooling of the animal. " From the whole we may deduce the following conclusions : " 1. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart. " 2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration...
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The New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Bind 1

Walter Channing, John Ware - 1812
...difference in the cooling of the animal. From the whole we may deduce the following conclusions : 1. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart. 5. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is...
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The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature, Bind 2

1812
...some experiments which I have lately had the honour of communicating to this learned Society, that the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart, and that, when the functions of the brain are destroyed, the heart continues to contract for some time...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1812
...heat of the animal body. It had been distinctly stated, both by Mr. Cruickshank and M. Bichat, that the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart, but that the heart ceases to contract when the nervous power ia destroyed, in consequence of the interruption...
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The Annals of Philosophy, Bind 1

1813
...minimal Heat. In this paper Mr. Brodie has shown, by a number of well-conducted experiments, 1. That the influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heart ; for by means of artificial respiration the action of the heart was continued for a considerable time pfter...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Bind 8

1815
...wvre frequent or otherwise, there was no perceptible difference io the cooling of the animal. M I. The influence of the brain is not directly necessary to the action of the heait. " Froin the whole we may deduce the following conclusions. " 2. When the brain is injured: or...
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