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- Estimation of cardiac output in man and of abnormalities in cardiac function from the heart's recoil and the blood's impacts. The ballistocardiogram.Am. J. Physiol. 1939; 127: 1
- On the initial force of cardiac contraction; standardization of the ballistocardiogram by physiologic experiments performed at necropsy.in: 4th ed. Tr. A. Am. Physicians. 62. 1949: 154
- Some techniques for recording the ballistocardiogram directly from the body.Am. J. Med. 1949; 7: 751
- A method of securing the direct body ballistocardiogram by means of a microscope, giving a record readily calibrated.Circulation. 1953; 8: 578
- Physical basis of the low frequency ballistocardiograph.Am. Heart J. 1953; 46: 71
- Essay on the ballistocardiogram.J. A. M. A. 1954; 155: 1413
- The aperiodic ballistocardiograph.Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp. 1954; 94: 27
- Proposals for ballistocardiographic nomenclature and conventions. Review and extended report of Committee on Ballistocardiographic Terminology.Circulation. 1956; 14: 435
- Wide frequency range force ballistocardiogram. Its correlation with cardiovascular dynamics.Circulation. 1957; 16: 43
☆This issue contains Part XIII (conclusion) of the Seminar on Ballistocardiography (edited by Sidney R. Arbeit, m.d., f.a.c.c.). A schedule of the articles already published may be found on pp. 101–102 of the January 1959 issue (Vol. III, No. 1).
☆☆Supported by Research Grant H-265 (C-8) from the National Heart Institute of the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Public Health Service.