Research Article| Volume 36, ISSUE 4, P531-536, October 1950

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The treatment of Dicumarol-induced hypoprothrombinemia in dogs with emulsified vitamin K1 administered intravenously

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        Prothrombin Studies. III. Effect of Vitamin K Upon Hypoprothrombinemia Induced by Dicumarol in Man.
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        Effect of Large Doses of Menadione Bisulfite (Synthetic Vitamin K) on Excessive Hypoprothrombinemia Induced by Dicumarol.
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