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7. LINDHOLM, D. , BURNELL, J. , and MURRAY, J. , Experience in the treatment of chronic uremia in an outpatient community hemodialysis center. Transactions of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs, 9, 3-10, 1963. BIOMECHANICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING 19 8. C. 9. Cooperative development by Renal Service, Mt. C, and the Instrument Engineering and Development Branch, Division of Research Services, NIH. 10. FRY, DELOSS, Single-pass dialysate flow for the Seattle pumpless hemodialysis system.

D. S. Ross, A new tubular form of hip nail, Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering, Technical Note (to be published). 7. D. S. Ross, Assessing Stress Concentration Factors, Engineering Material and Design, June 1964, pp. 394-398. 3 THE DETERMINATION OF OPTIMUM TWIST DRILL SHAPE FOR BONE R. S. SNEATH Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore INTRODUCTION The twist drills used in bone surgery are by no means ideal even when new. In many hopitals there is also a lack of suitable sharpening facilities which, coupled with the high initial cost of the drills, results in the surgeon often being presented with a drill that is well beyond its useful life.

20 Chas. F. , Leeds, England. 3. Chas. F. , Leeds, England. 4. D. S. Ross, Bio-Mechanics—and the Production Engineer. The Production Engineer Jnl. Inst. of Prod. Engineers, Aug. 1963, pp. 479-491. 5. , Bridgend, Glamorgan. 6. D. S. Ross, A new tubular form of hip nail, Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering, Technical Note (to be published). 7. D. S. Ross, Assessing Stress Concentration Factors, Engineering Material and Design, June 1964, pp. 394-398. 3 THE DETERMINATION OF OPTIMUM TWIST DRILL SHAPE FOR BONE R.

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