Cincinnati, OH, November 1982. Dr. Leland Clark, Professor of Research Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Research Foundation, showing a mouse breathing underwater thanks to the oxygen contained in Fluosol  - Fluosol is an artificial blood substitute which is milky in color. First tested in the United States in 1982, its recipients being individuals who refused blood transfusions on religious grounds. From 1989 to 1992, Fluosol was used in more than 40,000 human subjects. Due to difficulty with the emulsion storage of Fluosol use (frozen storage and rewarming), its popularity declined and its production ended.
Cincinnati, OH, November 1982. Dr. Leland Clark, Professor of Research Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Research Foundation, showing a mouse breathing underwater thanks to the oxygen contained in Fluosol - Fluosol is an artificial blood substitute which is milky in color. First tested in the United States in 1982, its recipients being individuals who refused blood transfusions on religious grounds. From 1989 to 1992, Fluosol was used in more than 40,000 human subjects. Due to difficulty...
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