Author:Richard Lower

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Richard Lower
(1631–1691)
English physician most remembered for his works on transfusion and the function of the cardiopulmonary system
Richard Lower

Works[edit]

"An Account of Making a Dog Draw His Breath Exactly Like a Wind-Broken Horse, as It Was Devised and Experimented by Dr. Richard Lower; With Some of His Instructive Observations Thereon" in Philosophical Transactions, 2, pp. 544−546

"[[Philosophical Transactions/Volume 2/An Observation Concerning a Blemish in an Horses Eye, Not Hitherto Discover'd by Any Author, Which May be of Great Use in the Choice of an Horse to Those Who are Curious; Made by Dr. Richard Lower at the Royal Society, January 23. 1667/8|An Observation Concerning a Blemish in an Horses Eye, Not Hitherto Discover'd by Any Author]]" in Philosophical Transactions, 2, pp. 613−614

Works about Lower[edit]

"Lower, Richard (1631-1691)," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.


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