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Virginia Apgar - bibliography

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Biography

American anaesthesiologist, born June 7, 1909, Westfield, New Jersey; died August 7, 1974, New York City.

Bibliography

  • V. Apgar, Joan Beck:
    Is My Baby All Right? 1973.
  • Virginia Apgar Papers.
    Mount Holyoke College, Archives and Special Collections, South Hadley, Massachusetts. Access unrestricted.
  • Selma Harrison: Calmes:
    Virginia Apgar: A Woman Physician's Career in a Developing Speciality.
    Journal of the American Medical Women's Association, November/December 1984.
  • Anesthesia: Essays on its History ("Development of the Apgar Scoreā€).
    Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1985.
  • A. Skolnick:
    Apgar quartet plays perinatologist's instruments.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1996, 276: 1939-1940.
    Corrections, JAMA: 1997, 277: 1819.

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