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☆Supported by NIH grant no. 25919 and by Physio Control Corporation, Redmond, Washington.
☆☆Presented in part at the Fifth Purdue Conference on CPR and Defibrillation, West Lafayette, Indiana, September 25–26, 1984, and at the International Anesthesia Research Society meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 15, 1983.