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Nikolai Sergeievichj Korotkov - bibliography

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Biography

Russian surgeon, born February 13, 1874, Kursk; died 1920, Leningrad. name also spelled Korotkoff.

Bibliography

  • To the question of methods of determining the blood pressure (from the clinic of Professor S. P. Federov) [Russian].
    Reports of the Imperial Military Academy 1905, 11: 365-367.
  • Contribution to the methods of measuring blood pressure; second preliminary report 13 december 1905 [Russian]. Vrach Gaz 1906, 10: 278.
  • Experiments for determining the efficiency of arterial collaterals.
    Stremennaia, 12 St Peterburg. P P Soykine's Press, 1910. (and Segall HN. Experiments for determining the efficiency of arterial collaterals by N C Korotkoff. Montreal: Mansfield Book Mart, 1980:265. - Preface biographical notes and editing of translation from Russian.

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