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Alexander Geddes, Leslie
Geddes, L. A.
Geddes, Leslie A.
Geddes, Leslie Alexander
Leslie A. Geddes (British engineer)
American Physiological Society (Bethesda)
Baker, L. E.
Baker, Lee E.
Baker, Lois E.
Baylor University College of Medicine
Baylor University. College of Medicine. Laboratory of Biophysics
Fish, Raymond M.
Geddes, Leslie Alexander
Roeder, Rebecca A.
Tacker, W. A.
Accuracy limitations of chronaxie values.
Apparatus and method for measurement and control of blood pressure
Apparatus and method for noninvasively detecting the quality of cardiac pumping
Artificial respiration in the anesthetized horse using bilateral, percutaneous, cervical phrenic-nerve stimulation with needle electrodes: a preliminary report.
Artificial respiration in the dog by percutaneous, bilateral, phrenic nerve stimulation.
Artificial vascular valves
Auscultatory mean blood pressure.
Biaxial strength of multilaminated extracellular matrix scaffolds.
Body-member-illuminating pressure cuff for use in optical noninvasive measurement of blood parameters
Calcification potential of small intestinal submucosa in a rat subcutaneous model.
Cardiac assistance with electrically stimulated skeletal muscle.
Cardiac output and the extra-aortic balloon pump: a preliminary report
Cardiovascular devices and their applications
Cell constant of the tetrapolar conductivity cell.
century of progress, A : the history of electrical engineering at Purdue (1888-1988)
Characterization of Atrioventricular Nodal Response to Electrical Left Vagal Stimulation
Chest Compression Force of Trained and Untrained CPR Rescuers
Chronaxie and Propagation Velocity of Canine Cervical Vagus Nerve Fibers In Vivo, The
chronaxie for myocardium and motor nerve in the dog with chest-surface electrodes., The
Closed-chest cardiac stimulation with a pulsed magnetic field.
Comparison of canine skeletal muscle power from twitches and tetanic contractions in untrained muscle: a preliminary report.
Comparison of rectangular and exponential current pulses for evoking sensation.
Comparison of the resistance to infection of intestinal submucosa arterial autografts versus polytetrafluoroethylene arterial prostheses in a dog model.
Comparison of three methods of electrical stimulation for converting skeletal muscle to a fatigue resistant power source suitable for cardiac assistance.
Compliance, elastic modulus, and burst pressure of small-intestine submucosa (SIS), small-diameter vascular grafts
Controlled-power defibrillator and method of defibrillation
Counterpressure: the concept that made the indirect measurement of blood pressure possible
CPR degradation diagram.
d'Arsonval, physician and inventor
Detection of pulse and respiratory signals from the wrist using dry electrodes.
Detection of ventricular fibrillation with a ventricular monopolar catheter electrode.
Detection of ventricular tachycardia and fibrillation using coronary sinus blood temperature: a feasibility study.
Device for oral administration of liquids
Differential duration demultiplexing method and system
Direct-Current Injury: Electrochemical Aspects
Directional porosity of porcine small-intestinal submucosa.
duration of ventricular fibrillation required to produce pulseless electrical activity., The
Edited by S Serge Barold The Paradox in Using Electrically Stimulated Skeletal Muscle to Pump Blood
effect of skeletal muscle ventricle pouch pressure on muscle blood flow., The
Elastic modulus of prepared canine jejunum, a new vascular graft material.
Electrical injuries : medical and bioengineering aspects
Electrical properties of metallic electrodes.
Electrocardiograms from the Turtle to the Elephant that Illustrate Interesting Physiological Phenomena
Electrode recovery potential.
Electrodes and the measurement of bioelectric events
Electrosurgical dispersive electrode
Electroventilation with monopolar and bipolar intratracheal electrodes.
Elimination of Pulse Deficit During Atrial Fibrillation by Left Vagal Stimulation
End-tidal carbon dioxide concentration, carbon dioxide production, heart rate, and blood pressure as indicators of induced hyperthermia.
End-tidal CO2, CO2 production, and O2 consumption as early indicators of approaching hyperthermia.
Evolution of our knowledge of sudden death due to commotio cordis.
Evolution of the optimum bidirectional (+/- biphasic) wave for defibrillation.
Exercise responive cardiac pacemaker
Exercise-responsive cardiac pacemaker lead
exercise-responsive cardiac pacemaker., The
Experimental physiology: physiograph
Faradic resistance of the electrode/electrolyte interface.
first accurate measurement of systolic and diastolic blood pressure, The
Graft for promoting autogenous tissue growth
Guidelines for energy-efficient coils: coils designed for magnetic stimulation of the heart.
Handbook of blood pressure measurement
Handbook of electrical hazards and accidents
Heel calf capillary-support pressure in lithotomy positions.
Hemidiaphragm electro-ventilation in man.
Heritage of the tissue-bed oximeter
Historical evolution of circuit models for the electrode-electrolyte interface.
History of magnetic stimulation of the nervous system.
How did Georg Simon Ohm do it?
How much lung ventilation is obtained with only chest-compression CPR?
Impedance of a spherical monopolar electrode.
importance of timing muscle contraction in dynamic cardiomyoplasty., The
Inspiration produced by bilateral electromagnetic, cervical phrenic nerve stimulation in man
Instrumentation for the breath-by-breath determination of oxygen and carbon dioxide based on nondispersive absorption measurements.
Loose cuff hypertension.
Magnetic (eddy-current) electroventilation in the dog.
Magnetic electrophrenic nerve stimulation to produce inspiration.
Maintenance of atrial fibrillation in anesthetized and unanesthetized sheep using cholinergic drive.
Measurement of the Direct-Current (Faradic) Resistance of the Electrode-Electrolyte Interface for Commonly Used Electrode Materials
Mechanical properties of xenogeneic small-intestinal submucosa when used as an aortic graft in the dog
Medical device accidents with illustrative cases
Method and apparatus for electrically compensated measurement of cardiac output
Method and apparatus for measuring cardiac output
Method and apparatus for thermally destroying a layer of an organ
Method and apparatus using vagal stimulation for control of ventricular rate during atrial fibrillation
Method of and apparatus for automatically detecting and treating ventricular fibrillation
Methods for calculating coronary perfusion pressure during CPR.
Muscle-powered cardiac assist device
Myocardial graft constructs
natural biochemical changes during ventricular fibrillation with cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the onset of postdefibrillation pulseless electrical activity., The
new cardiopulmonary resuscitation method using only rhythmic abdominal compression: a preliminary report., A
new method for measuring the Faradic resistance of a single electrode-electrolyte interface., A
next generation pacemaker., The
Nonpharmacologic circulatory support in the brain-dead animal.
Optical noninvasive vital sign monitor
Optimization of pulse train duration for the electrical stimulation of a skeletal muscle ventricle in the dog.
Optimum stimulus frequency for contracting the inspiratory muscles with chest-surface electrodes to produce artificial respiration.
Output power and metabolic input power of skeletal muscle contracting linearly to compress a pouch in a mock circulatory system.
Oxygen uptake and mean blood pressure as indicators of induced hyperthermia.
paradox in using electrically stimulated skeletal muscle to pump blood., The
Personal electrocardiogram monitor
polarization impedance of common electrode metals operated at low current density., The
Porosity of porcine small-intestinal submucosa for use as a vascular graft.
Power capability of skeletal muscle to pump blood.
Preimplant atrial defibrillation testing with a temporary catheter in sheep.
Pressure mapping system with capacitive measuring pad
Principles of applied biomedical instrumentation
pumping and left ventricular unloading capabilities of the ventricular synchronous skeletal-muscle ventricle., The
Pumping capabilities of the latissimus dorsi and rectus abdominis muscles wrapped around a valved pouch in a mock circulatory system.
Retrospectroscope. d'Arsonval, physician and inventor.
Rhythmic abdominal compression CPR ventilates without supplemental breaths and provides effective blood circulation.
selective, non-ischemic, non-pharmacological left ventricular failure animal model., A
Sequential-pulse, multiple pathway defibrillation method
short history of the electrical stimulation of excitable tissue, including electrotherapeutic applications, A
Skin-temperature distribution under a new type of defibrillating electrode
Small intestinal submucosa as a small-diameter arterial graft in the dog.
Small intestinal submucosa as a superior vena cava graft in the dog.
Small intestinal submucosa as a vascular graft: a review.
Stent with reduced thrombogenicity
Stimulation of inspiratory motor nerves with a pulsed magnetic field.
Stimulation with electrosurgical current.
Stroke volume and the three phase cardiac output rate relationship with ventricular pacing.
Stroke volume with dynamic cardiomyoplasty during ventricular fibrillation in the acute dog.
Success--failure diagram for defibrillation.
surrogate arm for evaluating the accuracy of instruments for indirect measurement of blood pressure., A
Sustained abdominal compression during CPR raises coronary perfusion pressures as much as vasopressor drugs.
Tendon or ligament graft for promoting autogenous tissue growth
Tetrapolar electrode system for measuring physiological events by impedance.
Tissue Graft Composition And Method
Tracking cardiac output by a saline dilution technique using esophageal catheter electrodes.
Transchest magnetic (eddy-current) stimulation of the dog heart.
truth shall set you free - development of the polygraph, The
Tubular submucosal graft constructs
Two unsung heroes of closed-chest cardiac pacing: Green and McWilliam.
use of an electrically activated valve to control preload and provide maximal muscle blood flow with a skeletal-muscle ventricle., The
Use of electrical impedance for continuous measurement of stroke volume of a skeletal muscle-powered cardiac assist device.
use of electrically stimulated skeletal muscle to pump blood., The
Use of impedance ratio for the continuous measurement of stroke volume of a valveless pouch used as a cardiac-assist device.
Ventricular defibrillating threshold: strength-duration and percent-success curves.
Ventricular fibrillation produced by stimulation of external transthoracic electrodes--an experimental study.
ventricular-synchronous, skeletal-muscle ventricle: preliminary feasibility studies., The
Contributed to or performed:
ANNALS OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING BME
PACE -NEW YORK-
Thesis--Baylor University College of Medicine