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Uber die Regeneration des Hautepithels bei vermindertem Luftdruck


, : Uber die Regeneration des Hautepithels bei vermindertem Luftdruck. Virchow S Arch Path Anat U Physiol 281(1): 66-72

Four burns 1 cm. Long were made in the skin of each of 4 guinea pigs; 5 scalpel incisions deep enough to produce capillary hemorrhages and some stab wounds made with an 0.5 mm., glowing platinum needle were made in each of 5 others; 2 of the first group and 3 of the second were placed under decreased pressure of 335 mm. Hg (experiments done at Davos = 125 mm. Hg decreased pressure). Two of each group died in 6-7 days and the controls were killed at the same time; the other died at the end of 2 days. Another set of controls was kept in Berlin at sea level. Regeneration of skin at 335 mm. Hg occurred exactly as in normal atmospheric pressure.

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