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Jacob Sarnoff and the Strange World of Anatomical Filmmaking

- September 1, 2015 in animation, arteries, blood, circulatory sustem, diagrams, early medical film, heart, jacob sarnoff, medical animation, medical diagrams, veins

US NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE - Miriam Posner on what led a 1920s Brooklyn surgeon to remove the veins from a day-old infant, mount them on a board, and film them being pumped with air.

Jacob Sarnoff and the Strange World of Anatomical Filmmaking

- September 1, 2015 in animation, arteries, blood, circulatory sustem, diagrams, early medical film, heart, jacob sarnoff, medical animation, medical diagrams, veins

US NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE - Miriam Posner on what led a 1920s Brooklyn surgeon to remove the veins from a day-old infant, mount them on a board, and film them being pumped with air.

Arthur Coga’s Blood Transfusion (1667)

- April 15, 2014 in arthur coga, blood, experiments, lamb, sheep, transfusion

An account of the first ever blood transfusion involving a human in England. Six months after he successfully completed a blood transfusion between two dogs, the experimental physician Richard Lower administered 9oz of sheep's blood into the body of Arthur Coga, a Divinity Student from Cambridge.

Arthur Coga’s Blood Transfusion (1667)

- April 15, 2014 in arthur coga, blood, experiments, lamb, sheep, transfusion

An account of the first ever blood transfusion involving a human in England. Six months after he successfully completed a blood transfusion between two dogs, the experimental physician Richard Lower administered 9oz of sheep's blood into the body of Arthur Coga, a Divinity Student from Cambridge.