Fascinating Stories About the Beginning of Open Heart Surgery in Children – Dr. James H. Moller

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The History of Treating Congenital Heart Disease: Nobody dared to believe that the heart could be stopped, cut open, repaired, and restarted until a few fearless “crazy” surgeons tried. Dr. Moller’s lecture recounts the dawn of open heart surgery when the patients’ blood was directed into dog lungs and babies were linked to their parents’ circulation.

This video is the second of the three part 47th annual OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Cazden Memorial Lecture Series. In the first video Dr. Kulik describes, through entertaining anecdotes and scientific reasoning, one of the greatest surgical achievements of our era, the operative repair of the univentricular heart In the third video Dr. James Forrester tells the story of the misfits and mavericks who made the greatest medical breakthroughs in the treatment of heart disease
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