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Gruber and von Frey achieved this objective by dispersing the blood as a thin film inside a rotating slanted cylinder filled with oxygen. The oxygenating capacity of their exceedingly complex apparatus was quite small, sufficient only for perfusion of isolated organs. Other investigators also used the filming method in small oxygenators of various designs. That of Richards and Drinker (17), for example, filmed the blood by having it flow down a cloth cylinder inside an oxygen chamber and that of Bayliss et al.