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Jacob Alexander Haller - bibliography

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American paediatric surgeon, born May 20, 1927, Pulaski, Virginia.


  • J. Alex Haller and Joseph A. Little:
    Diagnosis and Surgical Correction of Congenital Coronary Artery–Coronary Sinus Fistula. Circulation, 1963, 27: 939-942.
  • J. Alex Haller:
    Deep thrombophlebitis; pathophysiology and treatment.
    (Major problems in clinical surgery, volume 6).
    W. B. Saunders Co, 1967. 130 pages.
  • David G. Nichols, Dorothy G. Lappe, J. Alex Haller, Myron Yaster:
    Golden Hour: the Handbook of Advanced Pediatric Life Support (Year Book Handbooks).
    First edition 1991. 2nd edition, Mosby, 1996, 639 pages.
  • J. Alex Haller:
    Surgical emergencies in the newborn. Lea & Fibiger, 1972. 153 pages.
  • J. Alex Haller:
    Major Problems in Clinical Surgery, Volume VI: Deep Thrombophlebitis, Pathopsysiology and Treatment. W. B. Saunders, 1968.
  • J. Alex Haller:
    Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Year Book Medical Pub, 1999.
  • J. Alex Haller:
    Why Pediatric Surgery?: A Personal Journey Through the First 50 Years.
    Presidential address.
    Annals of Surgery, May 2003, 237 (5): 597-606.

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