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Edward James Moran Campbell - bibliography

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British physician, born August 31, 1925; died April 12, 2004.


  • E. J. Moran Campbell:
    The Respiratory Muscles and the Mechanics of Breathing. 1958.
  • E. J. Moran Campbell:
    A Being Breathing Thoughtful Breaths.
    American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, December 2000, 162 (6): 2027-2028
  • E. J. Moran Campbell, C. J. Dickinson, J. D. H. Slater, editors:
    Clinical Physiology.
    3rd edition, Oxford. Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1980. Biographical, etc:
  • Health needs and medical education. An interview with Professor E J Moran Campbell.
    British Medical Journal, London, June 19, 1976, 1 (6024):1515-1516. [No authors listed]
  • G. J. Gibson:
    Moran Campbell and Clinical Science. Thorax, 2004, 59: 737-740.
  • Obituary in: Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh 2004, 34:333
  • Norman L. Jonas:
    E. J. Moran Campbell, 1925-2004.
    American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, August 1, 2004, 170: 222.
    Dr. Norman Jones started working with Dr. Campbell in 1961, and came to Canada with him to take the position as the first head of the respiratory division for the medical school.
  • Norman L. Jones also in: Canadian Respiratory Journal, 2004, 2: 1-2.
  • Obituary:
    Edward James Moran Campbell. One of the world's leading clinical respiratory physiologists and the inventor of the Ventimask.
    BMJ, London, November 6, 2004, 329: 1105.

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