The Respiratory Function of the Blood. Part II, Haemoglobin.. Ann Intern Med. 1929;3:632. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-6-632_1
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The first volume of this series, "Lessons from High Altitudes" was published in 1925. Owing to the rapid advance of knowledge, Professor Barcroft found it impossible to revise his orignal volume on "The Respiratory Function of the Blood" for a second edition. He has, therefore, decided to break up the work into a series of manageable units, originally intended to correspond more or less to the "Parts" of the original work. The present volume deals with haemoglobin regarded as a chemical substance. It makes no profession of dealing with the red blood cell, or with the properties of blood. These
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