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Finding Aid to the Adrian Kantrowitz Papers, 1944-2004

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
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Processing Completed March 2008
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Summary Information
Title: Adrian Kantrowitz Papers
Creator: Kantrowitz, Adrian
Dates: 1944-2004
Extent: 64 linear feet (44 boxes + films)
Abstract:
Adrian Kantrowitz was an American heart surgeon and medical investigator responsible for pioneering developments in circulatory assist devices, artificial organs, medical electronics, heart transplantation, and research motion pictures. Grant material, experiment data, patient medical records, correspondence, publications, conference material, publicity clippings, and audio-visual media document Adrian Kantrowitz's professional career in cardiovascular research at the Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn and the Sinai Hospital of Detroit.

Call number: MS C 572
Language: Collection materials primarily in English
Location: Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine

Access Restrictions:

Collection is restricted. Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/phi.pdf.

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Preferred Citation:

Kantrowitz, Adrian. Adrian Kantrowitz Papers. 1944-2004. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 572.

Provenance:

Gift of Adrian and Jean Kantrowitz, 2002-2007. Accession #2002-092, etc.


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National Library of Medicine

Finding Aid to the Adrian Kantrowitz Papers, 1944-2004

Archives and Modern Manuscripts Program, History of Medicine Division
Processed by Erica Haakensen
Processing Completed March 2008
Encoded by Erica Haakensen

Descriptive Summary

Kantrowitz, AdrianAdrian Kantrowitz Papers Dates: 1944-200464 linear feet (44 boxes + films)MS C 572 Materials stored onsite. History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine Collection materials primarily in EnglishAbstract:Adrian Kantrowitz was an American heart surgeon and medical investigator responsible for pioneering developments in circulatory assist devices, artificial organs, medical electronics, heart transplantation, and research motion pictures. Grant material, experiment data, patient medical records, correspondence, publications, conference material, publicity clippings, and audio-visual media document Adrian Kantrowitz's professional career in cardiovascular research at the Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn and the Sinai Hospital of Detroit.Provenance:

Gift of Adrian and Jean Kantrowitz, 2002-2007. Accession #2002-092, etc.

Access Restrictions:

Collection is restricted. Portions of the collection are restricted according to HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy. Contact the Reference Staff for information regarding access. For access to the policy and application form, please visit https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hmd/manuscripts/phi.pdf.

Copyright and Re-use Information

Donor retains copyrights, but gives researchers permission to intellectually use the collection under the terms of fair use. Archival collections often contain mixed copyrights; while NLM is the owner of the physical items, permission to examine collection materials is not an authorization to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. It is the user's responsibility to research and understand any applicable copyright and re-publication rights not allowed by fair use. NLM does not grant permissions to publish.

Privacy Information

Archives and manuscript collections may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in any collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which the National Library of Medicine assumes no responsibility.

Preferred Citation:

Kantrowitz, Adrian. Adrian Kantrowitz Papers. 1944-2004. Located in: Modern Manuscripts Collection, History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; MS C 572.

Biographical Note

U.S. heart surgeon and medical investigator Adrian Kantrowitz was born on October 4, 1918 in New York City, to general practitioner Bernard Abraham and his wife Rose. Adrian Kantrowitz was responsible for pioneering developments in circulatory assist devices, artificial organs, medical electronics, heart transplantation, and research motion pictures.

His interest in medical research began as a child through kitchen experiments conducted with his older brother Arthur, who eventually became a physicist and cofounder of Avco Research Laboratories. Adrian received his bachelor's degree in mathematics from New York University in 1940 before attending the Long Island College of Medicine, now known as the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical School. Due to the growing need for doctors during World War II, he underwent an accelerated program and was awarded his medical degree in 1943.

A nine month internship at the Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn fostered Kantrowitz's initial career interest in neurosurgery. While there, he proposed a new type of clamp for performing craniotomies during intracranial surgery that became the subject of his first published paper, "A Method of Holding Galea Hemostats in Craniotomies," in 1944. World War II halted Kantrowitz's research work for two years while he served as a battalion surgeon in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. After being discharged in 1946 with the rank of major, Kantrowitz switched his specialty to general surgery because of the lack of available training positions in neurosurgery. He was intensely interested in the possibility of surgical procedures to help the failing heart, but at that time there were no training programs in cardiac surgery. He would spend the rest of his career devoted to cardiovascular research, typically working eighteen-hour days six days a week.

From 1948 to 1955, Kantrowitz held various positions at the Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx. Through his experimental work with animals, Kantrowitz began developing an artificial left heart (a device he would continue refining for many years), an early automated pump oxygenator for open heart surgery, and a treatment for coronary artery disease that involved surgically rearranging blood vessels. This practice of testing experimental surgeries on animals (particularly dogs) before human beings continued throughout his career. In 1954 with the help of Alan Lerrick, a colleague at Montefiore Hospital's Surgical Research Laboratory, he invented a plastic heart valve that served as an extra heart pumping blood into anemic organs. During his time at Montefiore, Kantrowitz entered a one-year fellowship under distinguished cardiovascular physiologist Carl Wiggers at the Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland.

During this time at Montefiore Hospital, Kantrowitz filmed the first of many pioneering research motion pictures. His film offered a color close-up look inside a living dog's heart while the organ was still inside its chest. The artificial heart designed by Kantrowitz to keep the dog's heart free of blood while supplying blood to the rest of the body also provided a clear view of the living organ in action. On October 16, 1951, he screened the world's first motion picture of the inside of a living heart before 350 physicians at the annual Graduate Fortnight of the New York Academy of Medicine.

Kantrowitz began a fifteen-year professorship at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in 1955 and established a lasting friendship with Chief of Surgery Clarence Dennis. That same year, Kantrowitz received an appointment to the full-time position of Director of Cardiovascular Surgery at the Maimonides Hospital (later known as Maimonides Medical Center), a 600 bed community hospital in Brooklyn. For the next fifteen years, Kantrowitz held a variety of positions at Maimonides and led a research team that devised a series of innovative electronic devices to compensate for various physiological malfunctions. These devices included the extremely sensitive, electronically controlled heart-lung machine (developed in 1958) that allowed him to execute a series of successful open heart surgeries in children. Kantrowitz also created a diaphragm booster heart with William M. P. McKinnon that functioned as a second heart, relieving the natural heart of 25% of its work. In 1960, Kantrowitz and Rene Khafif built a large electronic system to deliver electric shocks to anesthetized dog legs and produce walking motions, an important advancement in paralysis treatment. He programmed stimulation of limb muscle movements of a 25 year old paraplegic, enabling him to stand up and sit down under computer control. This was the first demonstration of the feasibility of programming walking movement in patients with paralyzed legs. A mini radio transmitter emitting signals that caused paralyzed human bladders to empty was also developed around this time. Kantrowitz also collaborated with the Electronics Laboratory at General Electric to successfully design and manufacture an external radio controlled, internal cardiac pacemaker to implant in human patients suffering from heart ailments such as Stokes-Adams disease.

Building upon past artificial left heart and booster heart experiments, Kantrowitz and collaborators such as his brother Arthur, Tetsuzo Akutsu, Franz Gradel, and Paul-Andre Chaptal worked throughout the 1960s on a mechanical auxiliary left ventricle to aid the failing heart. Their goal was to create an externally controlled, valveless, internal pump synchronized with the body's regular pumping cycle through the natural heart's electrical activity. It was implanted in the ascending aorta, leaving the native heart intact. After numerous dog tests, Kantrowitz carried out the world's second permanent partial mechanical heart implantation in a human on February 4, 1966. Although the auxiliary ventricle worked, the patient died after twenty-four hours from advanced liver disease. Kantrowitz's second highly publicized attempt at implanting a partial mechanical heart in 63-year-old Louise Ceraso on May 18, 1966, also ended in disappointment when she died of a stroke thirteen days later. At the same time, Kantrowitz was encouraged by the performance of the device. It took Mrs. Ceraso out of heart failure. When the device was turned off, she went back into heart failure, and when pumping was resumed, she was again taken out of heart failure. This cycle was repeated many times, confirming that such an assist device could become a treatment for heart failure. Kantrowitz later expressed the opinion that the difficulties faced by contemporary Michael E. DeBakey and himself suggested that effective mechanical heart implantation was still many years away.

The intra-aortic balloon pump created by Kantrowitz's team during this period proved to be a more successful heart assist device. Devised as a quick, non-surgical form of temporary mechanical heart assistance, the balloon pump facilitated increasing blood flow and oxygen to the heart muscle until the ventricle could resume pumping on its own, A trial run on a female patient in 1967 enabled her to recover from cardiogenic shock, almost always fatal at that time. Kantrowitz subsequently used the balloon pump to treat patients suffering from myocardial infarction and organized a cooperative study of 9 medical centers which confirmed his results.

Kantrowitz was a major contender in the race to perform the world's first total human heart transplant. His team transplanted hearts in 411 dogs over a five year period in preparation for human trials. The surgery required a suitable donor and recipient at the same time, which occurred in 1966. The procedure was cancelled because the condition of the donor heart was too poor. On December 6, 1967, three days after Christiaan Barnard's historic surgery in South Africa, Adrian Kantrowitz completed the United States' first and the world's second human heart transplant. A 2.5-week-old male infant suffering from severe tricuspid atresia received the heart of a two-day-old male infant dying of anencephalitis. The surgery was the first performed on an infant and lasted 2.5 hours; the recipient lived only 6.5 hours. After the death of his second patient (an adult) in January 1968, Kantrowitz renewed his efforts in mechanical methods of assisting the failing heart. He believed the key to success in heart transplantation lay in overcoming rejection, and that his community hospital could not develop the needed expertise in immunosupression. At the same time, the early deaths of recipients throughout the world were met with growing public criticism against cardiac transplants.

Ethical questions about the scope of Kantrowitz's research, in particular, whether the intraaortic balloon pump was really effective, escalated existing tension with the administration at Maimonides Hospital. In 1970, Kantrowitz relocated his entire team of surgeons, researchers, biomedical engineers, and nurses to Sinai Hospital of Detroit, Michigan, where he was now an attending surgeon and Chairman of the Department of Surgery. He held several positions at Sinai Hospital over the next three decades and also served as Professor of Surgery at the Wayne State University School of Medicine until his death, November 14, 2008. In this new work environment, Kantrowitz continued experimenting with heart transplants, the balloon pump, and partial mechanical hearts. In August 1971, he implanted an artificial heart booster (a more advanced version of the auxiliary left ventricle) into 63-year-old Haskell Shanks, who became the first partial mechanical heart patient to be sent home. He died three months after the surgery because of infection at the site where the tube to the drive unit exited through the skin. A second patient also was improved hemodynamically by the "dynamic aortic patch" as it was then called, but also died for the same reason. Dr. Kantrowitz suspended further work on the heart assist system to develop a skin access device that would remain stable and resist infection. For the next 20 years he collaborated with researchers at the University of Michigan to develop a percutaneous access device precoated with cells derived from the recipient's skin. This approach was successful and he resumed investigation of his improved left ventricular system, now called the CardioPlus, using it to treat patients in advanced heart failure.

Adrian Kantrowitz married Jean Rosensaft on November 25, 1948; she worked on the administrative staff of the surgical research laboratories at Maimonides Medical Center during his tenure there. In 1983, Dr. Kantrowitz, Mrs. Kantrowitz, and Paul Freed, a long-time bioengineering colleague, cofounded L.VAD Technology, Inc., a Detroit-based research and development company specializing in cardiovascular devices. Dr. Kantrowitz died on November 14, 2008, survived by his wife, Jean, two daughters, Niki Ellen and Lisa Robin, and a son, Allen Bernard.

Brief Chronology

1918Born October 4 in New York City to Bernard Abraham and Rose Kantrowitz
1940Receives bachelor's degree in mathematics from New York University
1943Receives medical degree from Long Island College of Medicine
1944Completes nine-month internship at Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn, New York; publishes first paper
1944-1946Serves in the U.A. Army Medical Corps as a battalion surgeon; discharged as a major
1947Assistant Resident in Surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York
1948Marries Jean Rosensaft November 25
1948-1950Assistant Resident in Surgery and Pathology, then Cardiovascular Research Fellow then Chief Resident in Surgery at Montefiore Hospital in New York
1951-1952USPHS Fellow in Cardiovascular Research in the Department of Physiology at Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland
1951-1955Adjunct Surgeon at Montefiore Hospital
1955-1964Director of Cardiovascular Surgery and Director of Surgical Research at Maimonides Hospital (later Maimonides Medical Center) in New York
1955-1970Attending Surgeon at Maimonides Hospital
1955-1970Assistant Professor, then Associate Professor, then Professor of Surgery at State University of New York (SUNY) College of Medicine
1964-1970Director of Surgery at Maimonides Hospital
1970-Clinical Professor of Surgery at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan
1970-Attending Surgeon in Cardiovascular/Thoracic Surgery at Sinai Hospital of Detroit, Michigan
1970-1975Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Sinai Hospital of Detroit
1975-1983Chairman of the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery at Sinai Hospital of Detroit
1978-1993Director of Surgical Research at Sinai Hospital of Detroit
1983-2008Co-founder and President of L.VAD Technology, Inc.
2008Died November 14, age 90, from complications of heart failure

Selected Awards

1949Henry L. Moses Research Prize
1952First Prize, Scientific Exhibit, New York State Medical Society
1966Gold Plate Award, American Academy of Achievement
1966Max Berg Award for Outstanding Achievement in prolonging human life
1967Theodore and Susan B. Cummings Humanitarian Award, American College of Cardiology
1967Israel Freedom Medal
1972President's Cabinet Award, University of Detroit
1985Ninth Hastings Lecture, National Institutes of Health, NHLBI
1993ASAIO Teacher's Award
1993Dr. Barney Clark Award
1999AMMI Foundation Laufman-Greatbach Prize
2001ASAIO Lifetime Achievement Award

Grant material, experiment data, patient medical records, correspondence, publications, conference material, publicity clippings, and audio-visual media (64 linear feet; 1944-2004) document Adrian Kantrowitz's professional career as a cardiovascular surgeon and investigator. Languages include French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Russian, Jewish, Slovak, and Serbo-Croatian.

Kantrowitz devoted his research to devising surgical procedures and mechanical assist devices to correct numerous physiological ailments, with a particular focus on aiding or replacing the failing heart. Six research project series (Series 2-7) document the surgical research conducted and mechanical devices developed by Kantrowitz and his colleagues at the Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn and the Sinai Hospital of Detroit. They contain raw data and patient files from animal and human experiments, along with administrative records, correspondence, publications, and other material related to the development and promotion of their research. Records cover the following projects: Artificial Left Heart, Electronic Physiologic Aids, Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle, Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump, Heart Transplant, and Other Research Projects. The largest group of records is devoted to Kantrowitz's attempts at heart transplantation, with special attention given to the first human heart transplant performed on an infant in 1967. Information on the ongoing progress of Kantrowitz's research projects can also be found in the reports and invention statements in Series 1: Grants and Funding, which documents the grants and foundations that financed his research.

Many of the films that made Kantrowitz a pioneer in research motion pictures are located in Series 9: Clinical Films. Included are recordings of the experimental dog and human surgeries that furthered his experience in areas such as cardiovascular surgery, electronic physiologic aids, and heart transplants.

Copies of reprints, reports, and other published works from throughout his career are in Series 10: Writings. These articles highlight the ongoing development of Kantrowitz's mechanical devices as well as his circulatory, bladder stimulation, and surgical research. Articles covering Kantrowitz, his colleagues, his competitors, and the medical world at large are located in Series 8: Publicity.

Kantrowitz's professional activities are documented in Series 11: Presentations and Talks; Series 12: Conferences, Meetings, and Events; and Series 13: ASAIO. Series 11 focuses on speeches presented by Kantrowitz and others in his field. Series 12 covers a wide range of regional, national, and international events devoted to topics from cardiovascular and thoracic surgery to medical and biomedical engineering. Series 13 provides information on Kantrowitz's activities as a member of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs (ASAIO)

Index Terms

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    MeSH Subjects

    • Assisted Circulation
    • Cardiology
    • Electronics, Medical
    • Heart Transplantation
    • Heart Ventricles
    • Heart, Artificial
    • Heart-Assist Devices
    • Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction
    • Intra-Aortic Balloon Pumping
    • Pacemaker, Artificial
    • Paraplegia
    • Thoracic Surgery
    Personal Names

    • Akutsu, Tetsuzo, 1922-
    • Carstensen, Hans
    • Chaptal, Paul-Andre
    • Freed, Paul S.
    • Gradel, Franz
    • Hald, Tage
    • Kantrowitz, Arthur
    • Koga, Yasunori, 1932-
    • Okura, Toru
    • Yagi, Shigehisa
    Corporate Names

    • Avco Everett Research Laboratory
    • General Electric Company. Electronics Dept.
    • Maimonides Medical Center
    • Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center
    • Sinai Hospital of Detroit

    Series Descriptions

    Series 1: Grants and Funding, 1950-1990
    The Grants and Funding series contains material related to the acquisition and renewal of funds to support the various research projects of Kantrowitz and his research team. There are three sub-series: Grants, Foundation Information, and Senate Testimony. The Grants sub-series documents the many grants that funded Kantrowitz's various circulatory studies, mechanical organ assist device projects, and experiments in implantation methods. The "Studies in Assisted Circulation" grant alone encompasses a variety of projects that include the dynamic aortic patch, U-shaped mechanical auxiliary ventricle, phase-shift balloon pump, and the dynamic prosthetic myocardium. This sub-series consists of applications, proposals, progress reports, drafts, correspondence, budget information, invoices, expense reports, floor plans, and invention statements. Grants are arranged chronologically by their initial start date, and folders are arranged chronologically within their respective grant titles.

    Drafts and completed versions of grant applications and proposals are restricted until 75 years after date of submission.

    The Foundation Information sub-series contains correspondence with and background information on private foundations. It is arranged alphabetically by foundation name, with foundations named after people filed under their surnames and summary binders which cover multiple foundations grouped at the end.

    The three folders in the Senate Testimony sub-series contain evaluations on the adequacy of federal support for biomedical developments; they are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    Grants, 1950-1990 Research in Pediatric Vascular Surgery (Playtex Park Grant)11 Valve Project, 1952-195512 Valve Project [contains photographs], 195513 52 R - 53 TR, 1955-1958 Development of a Surgical Procedure for the Increase of Coronary Blood Flow14 American Heart Association, 1955-196115 New York Heart Association, 1956-1961 Augmentation of Coronary Blood Flow16 Peripheral Arterial Flow [draft] [contains photographs], 1950-195417 USPHS Grant H-3023, 1955-196018 [Purchase requisitions], 1958-196019 [Fund activity reports], 1960-1961 Experimental Construction of an 'Auxiliary Ventricle' Applications110 USPHS H-5977 (C-1) Fund M-6204 [applications, correspondence and budget], 1958-1963R11 USPHS H-5977 (Renewal 1962) MH-6204, 1962Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2037]

    Invention statement111 MAV-AVCO - Dr. Nose, 1961-1964112 Lists of exhibits in approximate chronological order, 1962-1963113-44 Exhibit 1-32 [contains photographs], 1962-1964145 Miscellaneous, 1962-1967146 Invention statement - HE-05977, 1963-1964147 Inventions - Auxiliary Ventricle, 1963-1967148 Auxiliary ventricle - Draft responses to queries put by Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) - Copies, 1967 Integrated Electronic Control of Physiologic Systems ApplicationsR12-3 Draft NIH application, 1961-1962Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2036-2037]

    R14 Supplementary application - H-6510, 1963 Feb 26Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2038]

    149 Grant renewal draft (1964-1965) - sent to Dr. Helvig, 1964R15 NIH HE-06510-04 [application], 1964Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039]

    R16 HE-06510-05 Continuation application, 1965Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040]

    R17 HE-06510-06 Continuation application (draft material), 1965-1966Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2041]

    R18 HE-06510-06 Continuation application (work papers), 1965-1966Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2041]

    R19 HE-06510 [Continuation application], 1968Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2043]

    General150 [Fundraising for research], 1960151-52 USPHS H-6510 Fund M-6205 [applications, correspondence and reports], 1961-1963153 USPHS H-6510-02 [applications, correspondence and reports], 1962-1965154 6205-C2 - Expected overdraft (Aug 63), 1963155 Invention statement - HE-06510, 1963-1965156-57 HE-06510-04/05 File #3 [applications, correspondence, budgets and patents], 1963-1966158 6205 Renewal - 04 - Budget worksheets, 1964159 Hospitalization References and Authorization, HE-06510[-05], 1966160 (6205) HE-06510-06 File #4, 1965-1968161 Monitoring System (Sexy Suzy) (Human) - HE-06510-06, 1967 Aug 29-Sep 14162 Report on work supported by Grant H-6510 since September 1, 1961, undated Electronic Stimulation for Control of Adynamic Ileus163 Health Research Council of New York, 1959-1962R110 Health Research Council (NYC) - Grant application, 1962 Jun 23Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2037]

    Bladder Stimulator GrantR111 Application for Public Health Service Grant or Award (Draft 1st big grant), 1962-1963Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2037-2038]

    R112 OVR-6505 application, 1963 Jan 14Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2038]

    21-2 Bladder, Paraplegic - OVR Grant, 1963-1970R113 Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - rough copy, [1964-1965]Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039-2040]

    R114 Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - budget material, 1964-1965Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039-2040]

    R115 Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - copy 1, 1964-1965Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039-2040]

    R116 Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - copy - AK, 1965-1967Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2042]

    23 Progress report - OVR Grant - renewal (1965 Mar 4) - rough copy, 196524 Grant 6505 - OVR Bladder Stimulator [final report], 1966-1968 Research Facilities at Coney Island HospitalO31 Health Research Council - Coney Island Hospital (CIH) facility [floor plans], 196425 Health Research Council - Research facilities grant, 196526 ["Surgical Clinical Research Unit For Study of Alterations in Homeostatic Mechanisms in Disease" proposal], 1965-1966 Orthotopic Homotransplantations of the Canine Heart (American Heart Association) - Grant in Aid27 (Revised budget), 1965 Nov 26R117 [Draft], 1965Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040]

    R118 (Work papers), 1965Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040]

    R119 [Application denial], 1965-1966Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2041]

    Studies in Assisted Circulation ApplicationsR120-21 Program project application, 1961-1966Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2036-2041]

    R122-23 [Program project application (copy)], 1966 Sep 17Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2041]

    R124 HE-11173 D. Snyder, M.D.: 1967 grant application, ["The Implanted Auxiliary Ventricle's Influence on Renal Function", 1967-1968Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2042-2043]

    28 HE-11173-04 Sinai Hospital - General research support, 1967-1970R125 HE-11173-02 Continuation application (copy 1), 1968 JanAccess Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2043]

    R126 HE-11173-02 Continuation application (copy 5), 1968 JanAccess Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2043]

    R127 HE 11173-03 Continuation application (copy 4), 1969 Feb 3Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]

    R128 HE 11173-04 Sinai Hospital of Detroit - Diabetes Training Grant, 1969 Feb 3Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]

    29 HE-11173-04 Continuation application (original copy) [- Budget items], [1970 Jun]R129 HE-11173-04 Continuation application (copy 4), 1970 Jun 11Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2045]

    R130 HE-11173-04 Continuation application (copy 5) - Budget work copy, 1970 Jun 11Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2045]

    210 [Renewal application - Introduction and goals - Draft outline and comments], 1971 JulR131-34 Renewal application (copy 33), 1971 Sep 30Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2046]

    R135 Continuation application HL-13737-04 (copy 1), 1973 Jun 29Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2048]

    R136 Continuation application HL-13737-05 (copy 1), 1974 Jul 15Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2049]

    R137 Continuation application HL-13737-05 (corrected copy 38), 1974 Jul 15Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2049]

    R138 Continuation application HL-13737-06 (revised copy 23), [1975]Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2050]

    R139 Continuation application HL-13737-07, 1976 Aug 16Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]

    R140 Continuation application HL-13737-07 (copy 14), [1976]Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]

    R141-43 Renewal application draft (copy 53), 1976Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]

    R21 Renewal application draft (copy 53), 1976Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]

    R22-3 Renewal application (copy 16), 1976Access Restrictions:

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    R24-5 Renewal application (copy 16A), 1976-1977Access Restrictions:

    [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051-2052]

    Accounting211 Research Fund Accounting [procedures manual], 1965-1966212-16 Grant HE-11173-02 Purchase orders #14-5402, 1968-1969217 Reimbursement Fund 14-1610, 1968-1969 Patents and inventions218-19 [Balloon pump notebook; Invention reports; Patent correspondence], 1964-1971220 HE-11173, System for Temporary Cardiac Assistance [invention statement], 1970 Jun 30221 Piezoelectric [Heart Assist Device patent disclosure] # 2, 1972-1975 Reports222 Grant HE-11173-01, "Specifications Instrumentation System", 1967 May223 Progress Report for 01 year, HE-11173, 1968 Jan224 Progress Report for 02 year, HE-11173, 1969225 Final report - Sinai Hospital of Detroit, 1977 Aug226-27 Final progress report, HL-13737, 1977-1981228-29 Final progress report [HL-13737] - Original for duplication, 1978 Sinai Hospital230 HE-11173-04 Sinai Hospital of Detroit - Floor plans, 1965-1970231 HE-11173-04/13737-01 - Site review at Sinai Hospital (1970 Aug 22), 1970232 HE-11173-04 Sinai Hospital of Detroit - Facilities and equipment, 1971-1972 General233 Selected reprints, 1957-1966234 Program project application - Follow-up on fellows, 1966235 Studies in Assisted Circulation HE-11173, 1966-1969236 HE-11173 Urology Studies, 1967 Oct237 Auxiliary Ventricle - NIH and Testing Contracts - 1967 Nov 29 visit, HE-11173, 1967238 Grant HE-11173-0, press release [contains photograph], 1967239 Grant HE 11173-01 Equipment register, 1967-1968240-44 Grant HE-11173-02, 1967 Apr 6-1969 Jul 1431 HE-11173 Uterine transplantation, 1968 Feb32 HE-13737-01 - McLeod, Francis, 1968-197033 National Heart and Lung Institute, Bethesda, MD - Rosalie Silverberg HE-13737-01, 1968-197434 [HE-11173 Budget and animal care], 1969-197035 NIH Program project grant HE-13737-01, 197136 NIH Project Grant HL-13737-03, 197237 NIH Grant HE-13737-03 (HEP), 1972-1973 Michigan Heart Association Research ProposalsR26 Grant application renewal request, 1973 Nov 28Access Restrictions:

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    R27 "Experiments to Determine the Length of Time Venous Valves Remain Functional in Stimulated Aortocoronary Bypass Grafts" - Andreas von Recum [proposal, draft and final] [contains photographs], 1975-1976Access Restrictions:

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    R28 Oakland University - "Magnetic Fields Associated with Heart Action", 1975-1977Access Restrictions:

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    38 ["Clinical Measurement of Blood Flow Through an Aorto-Coronary Vein Bypass Graft With and Without Competent Valve"] - Protocol and consent - Drs. Hamada/Kantrowitz, 1971-1975R29 "Host-Implant Physiology of a Modified Dynamic Aortic Patch" application, 1977Access Restrictions:

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    Active Prosthetic Myocardium: Effects on Left Ventricular Function39 Continuation application HL-22329-02, 1979-1981310 [Final progress report], 1981 Quantitating In-Series Effects in Cardiac ArrhythmiasR210 Application, 1977Access Restrictions:

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    311 Continuation application HL-22274-02, 1979-1981, n.d. DAP (Dynamic Aortic Patch): Long-term Physiologic Studies312 Draft material, 1977R211 Application, 1977Access Restrictions:

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    R212 "Prognostic IABP (Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump) in Aorto-Coronary Bypass Surgery" - Rubenfire to NIH, 1977-1978Access Restrictions:

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    Hemodynamic Consequences of Cardiac ArrhythmiaR213 Application, 1977Access Restrictions:

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    R214 Mitchell S. Moskowitz to Michigan Heart Association, 1977-1978Access Restrictions:

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    Improved Resolution - Nuclear CardioangiographyR215 Application, 1977Access Restrictions:

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    R216 Grant application - Michigan Heart Medical Research Committee, 1977Access Restrictions:

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    R217 Cascade to Michigan Heart Association [1 of 2], 1977-1980Access Restrictions:

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    313 Cascade to Michigan Heart Association [2 of 2], 1977-1980 Percutaneous Energy Transmission System314 [Annual report 02 year], contract no. N01-HV-8-2921, 1980315 Questions and drawing, 1981R218 Phase I application (2 copies), 1983Access Restrictions:

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    R219 Phase II application, 1985Access Restrictions:

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    316 Technique of Implantation for Modified In-Series Left Ventricular Prosthesis, 1979-1981 Prosthetic Myocardium: Prolonged Cardiac PerformanceR220 Application (copy 37), 1979 Jun 29Access Restrictions:

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    Revised applicationR221 [RESTRICTED], 1980 Feb 29Access Restrictions:

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    R222 Master copy [contains photographs], 1980 Feb 29Access Restrictions:

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    R223 Corrected tables for new application resubmitted, 1980Access Restrictions:

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    317 Fig. 5 working prototype PM [contains photographs and negative], 1980318 Illustrations artwork PM [contains photographs], [1980] In-Series LVAD (Left Ventricular Assist Device): Effects on Chronic Left Ventricular Failure in DogsR224 Application, 1979Access Restrictions:

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    R225 [Application], 1979Access Restrictions:

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    R226 Revised application, 1980Access Restrictions:

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    R227 [Revised application], 1980Access Restrictions:

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    R228-29 [General information], 1979-1984, n.d.Access Restrictions:

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    319-20 [General information] [contains photographs], 1979-1984, n.d. Toward an Implanted Partial Mechanical Heart321 [James and Lynelle Holden Fund], 1980-1982R230 Proposal, 1981 Aug 6Access Restrictions:

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    322 Datascope Grant - Randomized Balloon Pump, 1980-1984 Canine Model of Chronic Ischemic Heart FailureR231 Application, 1982Access Restrictions:

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    R232 [Revised] application, 1983Access Restrictions:

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    R233 Revised application, 1983Access Restrictions:

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    R234 Continuation application, 1985Access Restrictions:

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    MAV/Permanent Aortic Balloon PumpR235 "Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle" Phase I application, 1984Access Restrictions:

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    R236 "Permanent Aortic Balloon Pump" ["Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle" project] Phase II application, 1986Access Restrictions:

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    Percutaneous Access Device for Peritoneal Dialysis323 Questions [for NIH Site Visit], 1981R237 Phase I application (2 copies), 1985Access Restrictions:

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    R238 Phase I application, 1986Access Restrictions:

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    R239 Phase II application draft, [1988]Access Restrictions:

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    R241 Application, 1989Access Restrictions:

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    R243 "Study to Optimize the Design of a Miniature Wearable Cardiac Assist Drive Unit" appendices, 1988Access Restrictions:

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    Foundation Information, 1956-1983324 1980 Current year grant requests, 1978-1982325 Eagle's Max Baer Heart Fund, 1972, 1980 Berk Foundation326 General - [Grant] 14-4160 [formerly 6202], 1968327 Report (1968 fund 6202), 1967-1968328 Booth Ferris Foundation, 1979329 Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, 1980 Mar 8330 Dazian Foundation, 1956 Jan331 Thomas A. Edison Foundation, 1979-1980R244 Educational Foundation of America, 1980-1981Access Restrictions:

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    332 Federal sources, 1971-1982333 Federal sources - Instructional proposal, 1975-1977334 Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, 1976-1978335 Foundation Center, 1978-1980336 Glenmede Trust Company, 1977 Jun 8337 John A. Hartford Foundation, 1978-1979R245 James and Lynelle Holden Fund, 1980-1981Access Restrictions:

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    338 Hospital Research and Educational Trust, undated339 Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1980340 Individual correspondents - Funding solicitation correspondence, 1979-1980341 International Foundation, 1980 Sep 9342 International Harvester Foundation, 1980343 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1971-1975344 W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1975-1980345 J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation, 1977 Oct 11346 Kresge Foundation, 1975 Apr 25347 Hannah and Isidore Komanoff Foundation, 1965348 MacArthur Foundation, 1979-1980349 National Paraplegia Foundation, Inc., 1960350 National Science Foundation, 1971-1972351 New York Foundation, 1968-1969352 Research Corporation, 1980353 Fannie E. Rippel Foundation, 1976-1977354 Sawyer Foundation, 1983R246 Ed Shaw's proposal for arrhythmia project, 1980-1981Access Restrictions:

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    355 Technicon Instruments Corporation, 1977-1980356 TRW Foundation, 1979357 United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, 1980358 United States Steel Foundation, Inc., 1979359 Upjohn, 1976 Jan360 Walgreen Benefit Fund, 1977 Jun 2361 Warner-Lambert Charitable Foundation, 1977 Jun 16362 Whitaker Foundation, 1980-1981 Summary binders363 Foundations [by state], 1977364-65 Foundation Log [- Priority I and individual organizations], 1978-1981366 Foundation Profiles - Priority II and III, 1978-1981367 Independent Sector Models, 1980368 AK Followup, 1980369 Foundations, 1980-1982 Senate Testimony, 1965-196941 Folder 1, 1965-196842 Folder 2, 1965-196943 Fred Harris, 1967 Series 2: Artificial Left Heart (ALH), 1958-1971 (Bulk 1965-1966)
    These materials document Kantrowitz's work on the "Studies Basic to Consideration of Artificial Heart Research" contract. Here, the term "artificial heart" refers to both the auxiliary left ventricle and the implantable artificial heart. The contract was a collaborative effort between Arthur Kantrowitz's colleagues at the Avco Corporation and Adrian Kantrowitz's team at Maimonides Hospital, which included his wife Jean, Tetsuzo Akutsu, Paul-Andre Chaptal, Georges Dureau, and Toru Okura. The series consists of correspondence, memoranda, administrative lists, background material, publications, time cards, and draft and master copies of the different sections of a task report which summarized the entire study. Materials are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    44 Application of silicone rubber to the artificial heart program - Dow Corning Center for Aid, 196545 Artificial heart program - Contract statistics, 196846 Artificial heart program - Testing and evaluation visits, 1968 Avco artificial heart contract, 1964-197147 914 Xerox register, 1965-196648 Correspondence, ["Mechanical Assistance to the Failing Heart"], 197149 Distribution of documents to Avco and Maimonides, 1965 Dec Fund 6600410 Avco artificial heart contract, 1965-1966411 Correspondence - Avco, 1965 Aug-Oct412 Correspondence - Avco, 1965 Nov-1966 Jun413 Correspondence - Maimonides Hospital, 1965-1966414 Correspondence - Mr. Peter Baglio, 1965-1966 Fund 6600 (Financial)415 Expenditures, 1965-1966416 Financial statements, 1965-1966417 Requisitions, 1965-1966417A Personnel, 1965-1966418-20 Fund 6600, time cards, 1965 Sep-1966 Feb421-22 Its contract effort, 1965423 Office temps., 1965-1966424 Purchase order RL-54558-S, 1965-1966425 Summary of contract PH43-66-7, 1965 Aug 16 Task426 Report [preliminary material], 1965427 1 - Task completion report - Contract PH43-66-7, 1966 Feb428 1.3 masters, 1966429 1.4 masters, 1966430 2.1 preliminary material, Burbank, 1966431 2.1 masters, 1966432 3 [equipment] [contains photograph], 1965433 3.8, 3.9 masters, 1966 3.10434 Preliminary material, Burbank, undated435 Section 1 masters, 1965-1966436 Section 2 masters, 1965437 Section 3 masters, 1965438 Appendix, 1965439 4.8, 4.9 masters, 1966440 4.10 masters, 1966441 5.8, 5.9 masters, 1966442 5.10 masters, 1966 6.4443 Preliminary material, 1965444 Sections 1, 2 & 3 masters, 1966445 Statham, 1965-1966446 Statham Medical Instruments, 1965-1966447 Statham rough drafts, undated448 Statham discarded, undated449 7.1 masters, 1966 Technology survey450 Ames Company, Inc., 1966451 [Correspondence], 1965 Dec-1966 Jan452 Deknatel, Inc., 1965-1966453 Ethicon, Inc., 1965454 Holter Company [contains photographs], 1965-1966455 J. Sklar Manufacturing Company, 1966456 Olson Company, 1965-1966457 Welkowitz, Walter, 1966458 Westermann and Miller, Russo and Sonder - Architects, 1964-1966459 "Basic List of Artificial Heart Systems and Devices, and References" - Revised Nov 29, 1965460 Clinical research facilities required for artificial heart development, 1966461 Kantrowitz-Avco auxiliary ventricle [press packet] [contains photographs], 1966 May462 Miscellaneous [progress report, reprints, and printed matter] [contains photographs], 1958-1962, n.d.463 Robert Hyde Jacobs, Jr. - Architect (Rogers, Butler and Burgun), 1966464 ["Training in Cardiovascular Research Techniques" -] Robert F. Rushmer, undated Series 3: Electronic Physiologic Aids (EPA), 1954-1972 (Bulk 1961-1966)
    Materials in the EPA series describe several research projects, each concerned with developing devices or surgical methods which compensate for various heart, limb, and gastrointestinal ailments. The experimental, administrative, and publicity aspects of these different projects are represented to varying degrees in the following six sub-series: Pacemaker, Adynamic Paralytic Ileus Stimulation, Phrenic Nerve Stimulation, Bladder Stimulation, Coordinated Limb Movement, and Other. The Pacemaker and Bladder Stimulator projects are covered most extensively and required further subdivision. Specific material types throughout the EPA sub-series include correspondence, professional and layperson inquiries, patient lists, medical files, human and animal data sheets, publications, forms, printed matter, photographs, drafts, and memoranda. Folders within each sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    Portions of the series are restricted by HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy (PHI).

    Pacemaker, 1954-1970 Correspondence51 Cardiac pacemaker - Lay inquiries, 1967-196852 Cardiac pacemaker - Professional inquiries, 1967-196953 [G.E. pacemaker - Correspondence], 1963-196654 Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Siddons, Harold, 1963 K-G.E. pacemaker55 Correspondence, 1961-196256 Correspondence #2 [contains photographs], 196457 Correspondence, David L. Kane, 1959-196258 Correspondence, Doris J. W. Escher, M.D., 196459 [Duehren, W.H. (Pacemaker specialist)], 1965-1967510 Duplicate correspondence G.E., 1958-1962511 [Hays, C.V.], 1962-1965512 [Hodgers Jr., R.W.], 1961-1964513-14 Inquiries and miscellaneous, 1961-1970515 Legal relationship correspondence, David Lubart [contains photographs], 1961-1962516 Offers to distribute international medical instruments, 1963517 P-wave modification correspondence, 1963-1965518 Pacemakers sent abroad, 1962-1963519 [Phillips, T.M. - Manager], 1963-1966520 [Shadduck, W.D.], 1961-1963521 [Suran, J.J.] [contains photograph], 1958-1965522 [Taus, Herb], 1962-1964523 [Wechsler, L.D.], 1961 General524 Cardiac pacemaker - Diagnostic chart, undated525 Cardiac pacemaker - Diagrams, instructions (G.E. pamphlet), 1966526 D-775 pacemaker, 1964-1966527 G.E. pacemaker - Demand, 1969528 G.E. pacemaker information, 1966-1969529 Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Pemco Incorporated, 1958-1960530 Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Westinghouse electric corporation, undated531 K-G.E. pacemaker - G.E. advertising - Folder no. 1, 1961-1962532 K-G.E. pacemaker - Instructions to surgeons, 1961R38 K-G.E. pacemaker - P-wave modification proposal, 1963Access Restrictions:

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    533 Lapin: Guided balloon catheter - Pending, 1969534 Pacemaker battery study - Burbank (pending) [contains negative], 1965535 Pacemaker code sheet, [ca. 1963-1965]536 Pacemaker electromagnetic energy conversion, 1967537 Pacemaker implants - 100 patients, 1963-1964538 [Pacemaker patent correspondence - G.E./Kantrowitz], 1966539 Pacemaker study - 100 pt. review, 1964-1967 Publications Cardiac pacemaker540 Abstract submitted to American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) (Non-accepted), 1964541 Abstracts - 4th World Congress of Cardiology '62 - Publication No. 31 (final draft), 1961-1963542 Abstracts - 4th World Congress of Cardiology '62 - Spanish, French, English - Publication No. 31, 1962543Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1964 - Publication No. 47 (Pacemaker conference), 1963-1964544Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1964 - Publication No. 53 (Talk given 1962), 1962-1964545 Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology 1962 - Publication No. 33, 1962546 Background material (Various types), [ca. 1963]547Bulletin de la Societe Internationale de Chirurgie - Publication No. 34, 1961-1962548 Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Publication No. 33, 1962549 International Congress of Physiological Sciences - Publication No. 30, 1961-1962550Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (Torino) - Publication No. 48, 1962-1964551Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (Torino) - Publication No. 48, 1964552 "Management of Heart Block" [abstract], 1967 Mar 10-12553 ["Observations in Patients with Implanted Cardiac Pacemaker" #32], 1954-1955, n.d.554 Paper submitted Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Feb. 62 (Not accepted) [contains photograph], 1962555 Presentation, American College of Cardiology, Denver, 1962556 Presentation, American College of Cardiology Workshop, 1963557 Presentation, Congress of the European Society of Cardio-Vascular Surgery, 1962, 1969558 Presentation, International Cardiovascular Society, Dublin, 1960-1961559 Presentation, Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital - Publication No. 100 [contains photographs], 1964-1968560 Presentation, New York Society for Thoracic Surgery, 1957-1964561Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases - Publication [No.] 49, 1963562Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases - Publication No. 49 (final draft) [contains photograph], 1963563 Reprints, various types, 1960-1963, [ca. 1966?]564 Scientific exhibit, American Medical Association (AMA), Chicago [contains photograph], 1961-1962, 196861 Spoken and published papers for Pacemaker Conference - Publication No. 47 [contains photograph], 196362 Submitted to American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) (not accepted), 1961-196263 Submitted to New England Journal of Medicine (not accepted), 196164 Submitted to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (SGO), March 1962 - Publication No. 31, 196265 Submitted to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (SGO), April 1962 (Revised Version) - Publication No. 32 [contains photographs], 196266 Submitted to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (SGO), April 1962 (Revised Version) - Publication No. 32 [drafts], 196267 ["Treatment of Stokes-Adams Syndrome in Heart Block" #40], 1960-196368 Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Schuder, 196269 Pending publication - Pacemaker study for England - Haller, Jordan, 1966-1967610 Rechargeable pacemaker - ASAIO (American Society for Artificial Internal Organs) - Publication No. 68 [contains photographs], 1965 Study data611 [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 1], 1960-1966R41 [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 2], 1962-1965Access Restrictions:

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    612 [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 3], 1964613 [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 4], 1963-1964614 Cardiac pacemaker - [Patient summary lists], 1966615 Catheter pacemaker study - Burbank (pending), 1966R42 K-G.E. pacemaker - Operative reports and releases [contains photographs], 1961-1964Access Restrictions:

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    R43 Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn - [Patient Name Redacted] Summary Sheet -, 1963Access Restrictions:

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    R44-11 Pacemaker admission data sheets, 1960-1968Access Restrictions:

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    616 Pacemaker - New table for Mayo talk [contains photographs], 1964R412-15 Pacemaker [numbers and patient lists], 1961-1968Access Restrictions:

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    R416-20 Pacemaker patients [A-Z], 1960-1965Access Restrictions:

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    R92 Pacemaker study data - Master copy, 1965-1967Access Restrictions:

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    R421 Pacemaker study - Register of patients, 1960-1966Access Restrictions:

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    R422 Patient index cards, 1961-1965Access Restrictions:

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    617 [Table I:] Details of pacemaker implantation, 1961-1964 Adynamic/Paralytic Ileus Stimulation, 1962-1963618 (Human) Bowel photographs, undated619 (Human) [Experiment records and] background material, 1962620 (Human) Fitzpatrick, P.N. - Reprint, undated621 (Human-Animal) ["Instructions for Use of Stimulator Timer"], undated622 (Human-Animal) Presented to New York Surgical Society, 1962-1963623 (Human-Dogs) Background - First write-up of experiments, 1962 Phrenic Nerve Stimulation, 1957-1968624 4/29/57-8/7/57 - Dr. Rene Khafif, 1959-1961625 Dr. Turner (Correspondence), 1968 Jun 26626 (Dog), 1957 Apr 29-Aug 7627 (Dog) [contains photograph], undated628 (Dog) Diaphragm exploration/contraction, 1957 Aug 15-Sep 4629 (Dog) Experimental data, protocol [contains photographs], 1957-1964630 (Human) Joint project, Goldwater Memorial Hospital - Correspondence, 1963 May 21631 (Human) Lay inquiries, 1962 Apr632 (Human-Animal) G.E. proposal, 1961-1962633 (Human-Animal) Goldwater Memorial Hospital - Correspondence, 1965 Bladder Stimulation, 1958-1972 Correspondence634 Correspondence [contains photographs], 1964-1965635 Correspondence with R.C. Bunts, M.D., 1963-1964636 Kantrowitz-Avco - Professional inquiries, 1965-1967637 Professional inquiries, 1967-1971638 (Human) Atlante correspondence, 1966639 (Human) Lay inquiries, 1965-1972640 (Human) OVR report, 1967-1968641 (Human) OVR report requests, 1967-1969642 (Human) Reader's Digest, 1967 Apr 26 Financial643 Avco film, surgical procedure, 1964-1965644 Clinical research studies - Costs, study patients, 1968 Sep 11645 Equipment, 1972 Feb 22646 Molony-Welkowitz, 1968 General647 Avco, 1964 Mar 3-1966 Feb 21648 Dog experiments - Meier, Kondo, Isaacs, 1964 Feb 4-20649 Dr. Nomoyama [contains x-rays], 1963650 Dx Myelomeiningocele, 1963 Apr-Dec651 Other workers - References, undatedR423 Potential patients, 1965-1969, n.d.Access Restrictions:

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    652 Psychiatry Department liaison - Re: patient care, 1964-1965653 Urology residency, 1968 Mar 25654 (Animal) - "Electrically Induced Micturition" protocol, Hald, [ca. 1966]655 (Dog) - Davol Rubber Company (Development), 1965 Mar 23656 (Human) Release and consent forms, 1968657 (Human) Traumatic paraplegia information, 1958-1963658 (Human-Animal) - Duke symposium, neurogenic bladder, 1965 Patient filesAccess Restrictions:

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    R424 [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 Nov 16Access Restrictions:

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    R425 [Patient Name Redacted], 1965 Sep-1966 JanAccess Restrictions:

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    R431 Patient records, 1962-1968Access Restrictions:

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    R432 [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.) - Dx. Paraplegia, undatedR433 [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 Nov 16Access Restrictions:

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    Publications659 Inquiries, 1963-1965660 "Morphology and Function of the Lower Urinary Tract in Dogs," Investigative Radiology - Mygind, Hald (References), 1964-1967661 Reprints, 1962-1972, n.d.662 (Dog) "Radiological Study of Electrically Induced Micturition" - Hald, Mygind - Investigative Urology, 1966663 (Dog) "Studies in Stimulation of the Bladder and Its Motor Nerves" - Hald, [Agrawal, and Kantrowitz] [contains photographs], 1966 Feb 20-Mar 7664 (Dog) "Studies in Stimulation of the Bladder and Its Motor Nerves" - Hald, [Agrawal, and Kantrowitz] [contains photographs], 1966665 (Dog) "Urinary Bladder: Mode of Excitation During Stimulation" - Hald - Investigative Urology [contains photographs], 1966666 (Dog-Monkey) "Urethral Resistance During Electrical Stimulation" - Hald - Investigative Urology [contains photographs], 1966 Mar 21-Jun 20667 (Human) "Clinical Experience with a Radio-Linked Bladder Stimulator" T. Hald revision [contains photographs], 1966-1967668 (Human) "Clinical Experience with a Radio-Linked Bladder Stimulator", T. Hald. (Work papers) [contains photographs], 1965-1966669 (Human) "Clinical Experience with a Radio-Linked Bladder Stimulator", Journal of Urology, 1965 (Work paper) [contains photographs], undated670 (Human) "Electric Stimulation of the Bladder in Paraplegics" - Journal of Rehabilitation [contains photographs], 1965-1966671 (Human-Dog) - VRA (Vocational Rehabilitation Administration) [bibliography], 1965-1966 Coordinated Limb Movement, 1959-1971672 Case Institute - Correspondence, 1964 May-Jun673 [Correspondence] [contains negatives], 1960-1964674 "Electronic Production of Coordinated Limb Movements" - American College of Surgeons [abstract], 1960R434 Lay appeals - Correspondence, 1960 Oct 10-1965 Jan 21Access Restrictions:

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    675 Lay inquiries - Potential patients - Reprint request, 1960-1964, n.d.676 Low volt therapy, motor products - Teca corporation (Commercial), 1961677 Open loop, control system - Litton Systems, Inc., 1961 AprR435 Paraplegic walking correspondence - Spastic urethral sphincter, 1962-1965, 1971, n.d.Access Restrictions:

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    678 Patient volunteers, 1965-1966679 Russian research (Human), 1959680 Soviet references, 1964681 Walking movement paper (Human) - Electronic Physiologic Aids - Third Medical Symposium proceedings, pg. 549, 1961682 (Commercial) IBM correspondence, protocol, 1961 Other, 1962-196571 [Esophageal] achalasia - Esophagus - Yoshio Kondo, M.D. (Dog), 196572 [Esophageal] achalasia - Mo report made - Kondo letter re: experiment (Dog), 196573 Esophageal [achalasia] stimulation (Dog), 196574 Pneumographic monitor (Human-Animal) - American Journal of Medical Electronics - Publication No. 34 [contains photographs], 196375 Postoperative physiologic monitor (Human-Animal), 1962-196476 [Mixed Subjects -] Papers submitted for Henry L. Moses prize 1962, sent to Montefiore Hospital (pacemaker, ASAIO, scissors, bladder) [contains photographs], 1963 Series 4: Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle (MAV), 1952-1989 (Bulk 1965-1967)
    This series documents the experiment data gathered in animal tests of the MAV, alternately referred to as the mechanical booster heart (MBH). The vast majority of the folders contain the raw data and handwritten notes recorded during the implantation of the U-shaped MAV model by Kantrowitz and such colleagues as Paul-Andre Chaptal, Franz Gradel, Toru Okura, Tetsuzo Akutsu, and Wladimir Schilt. All experiment logs, notes, ECG recordings, pathology reports, autopsies, and photographs are of animal experiments (primarily dogs). Sub-series within the MAV series are based on investigator or experiment series names and are in rough chronological order. Folders within these sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title or numerically by experiment number, although the Mechanical Booster Heart Tracings are arranged chronologically. An alphabetically arranged General sub-series at the end gathers together various MAV-related records, including random data, correspondence, and patent application material.

    Mechanical Booster Heart (MBH) tracings, 1961-196377 Recordings - Booster heart - Continuous stimulus [3 rolls], 1961-196277 Booster heart experiment timing circuit [14 rolls], 1962 Mar-Jun77 Mechanical booster heart - Experiment #34 complete - Dog #651 [25 rolls], 1962 Nov 1278 Experiment no. 722 [4 rolls], [1962] Dec 1778 Experiment no. 765 - Block experiment - Dead - Counterpulsation [1 roll], 1963 Jan 478 Experiment no. 798 [3 rolls], 1963 Jan 1878 Experiment no. 817 [6 rolls], 1963 Jan 2179 Experiment no. 847 [2 rolls], [1963] Jan 25710 Booster heart [1 roll], undated78 [Mechanical booster heart -] Dog #1117 - 10 h pumping [2 rolls], undated78 Mechanical booster heart 1200 [3 rolls], undated78 Probably mechanical booster heart #1579 [1 roll], undated Franz Gradel Experiment Records, 1964-1965 Mechanical Booster Heart (MBH)711 Blood examinations [contains photographs], 1964-1965712 Charts, not finished, 1965713 Charts, copies, German, 1965714 Charts, originals [contains photographs], 1964-1965715 Extra prints [contains photographs], 1964-1965716 Flow study dog #1910 - Bilateral thoracotomy, 1964 Jul 10717 General findings - Basic experiments, 1964718 Histology [contains photographs], 1964-1965719 Patency study, 1965720 Timing circuit, [Dog #2153], 1964 Nov 24721 Timing circuit, 1964-1, AVCO valve 2, U-shape, 1964 Mechanical Booster Heart (MBH) dog722 #1640 (Implant: April 10, 1964 - Sacrifice: May 10, 1964), 1964723 #1688 (Implant: Aug 26, 1964), 1964724 #1725 (Implant: April 19, 1964 - Sacrifice: May 20, 1964), 1964725 #1730 (Implant: May 18, 1964 - Death: May 19, 1964), 1964726 #1736 (Implant: April 26, 1964 - Death: April 27, 1964), 1964727 #1778 (Implant: May 26, 1964 - Death: May 27, 1964), 1964728 #1788 (Implant: May 25, 1964 - Death: May 26, 1964), 1964729 #1781 (Implant: June 2, 1964 - Death: June 3, 1964), 1964730 #1809 (Implant: June 9, 1964 - Death: June 17, 1964), 1964731 #1813 (Implant: July 18, 1964), 1964732 #1821 (Implant: June 23, 1964 - Death: June 24, 1964), 1964733 #1826 (Implant: June 17, 1964 - Death: June 18, 1964), 1964734 #1859 (Implant: July 1, 1964), 1964735 #1867, 1964736 #1926, 1964737 #2006 (Implant: Aug 9, 1964), 1964738 #2013 (Implant: Aug 31, 1964), 1964739 #2019 (Implant: Dec 29, 1964), 1964740 #2192 (Implant: Nov 28, 1964), 1964741 #2212 (Implant: July 12, 1964 - Death: Dec 29, 1964), 1964742 #2213 (Implant: April 13, 1965), 1965743 #2215 (Implant: Dec 18, 1964 - Sacrificed: Dec 24, 1964), 1964744 #2220 (Implant: Dec 1, 1964), 1964745 #2235 (Implant: Jan 15, 1965), 1965746 #2239 (Implant: Dec 15, 1964 - Death: Dec 24, 1964), 196481 #2263 (Implant: Dec 18, 1964 - Death: March 31, 1965), 1964-196582 #2287 (Implant: Jan 4, 1965 - Death: Jan 8, 1965), 196583 #2308 (Implant: Jan 25, 1965), 196584 #2309 (Implant: Jan 18, 1965 - Death: Feb 14, 1965), 196585 #2355 (Implant: Feb 2, 1965 - Death: Feb 18, 1965), 196586 #2369 (Implant: Feb 10, 1965), 196587 #2373 (Implant: Feb 8, 1965), 196588 #2375 (Implant: Feb 3, 1965), 196589 #2408 (Implant: Feb 16, 1965 - Death: Feb 19, 1965), 1965810 #2485 (Implant: March 15, 1965), 1965811 #2497 (Implant: March 19, 1965 - Death: April 21, 1965), 1965 General812 Diastole/systole diagram for Dr. Gradel, 1965813 Dr. Gradel - Dog pressure charts, 1965814 ECG recordings [4 rolls], [1965?]815 General Electric Company, 1964816 Notes: Anatomy of a dog's brain, 1965O21 X-ray U4 Silastic [contains x-rays], 1964-1965 Paul-Andre Chaptal Experiment Records, 1964-1966 MAV calf817 #3108 (Implant: Sept 27, 1965 - Death: Sept 28, 1965), 1965818 Implant: Nov 15, 1965 - Death: Nov. 16, 1965, 1965 MAV dog819 Pacemakers, #2507, 1965820 #2668, 2677, 2720, 2759, 2770, 1965821 #2756 (Implant: June 11, 1965 - Death: June 17, 1965), 1965822 #2774 (Implant: June 23, 1965 - Death: July 12, 1965), 1965-1966823 #2800 (Implant: June 25, 1965 - Death: June 27, 1965), 1965824 #2819 (Implant: July 6, 1965 - Death: July 13, 1965), 1965825 #2827 (Implant: July 2, 1965 - Death: July 4, 1965), 1965826 #2843 (Implant: July 12, 1965 - Death: July 28, 1965), 1965827 #2869 (Implant: Aug 9, 1965 - Death: Aug 16, 1965), 1965828 #2878 (Implant: Aug 3, 1965 - Death: Sept 29, 1965), 1965829 #2879 (Implant: July 21, 1965 - Death: Aug 2, 1965), 1965830 #2883 (Implant: July 27, 1965 - Death: Aug 6, 1965) [contains photograph], 1965831 #2997 (Implant: Aug 23, 1965 - Death: Aug 26, 1965), 1965832 #3021 (Intervention: Sept 1, 1965), 1965833 #3023 (Intervention: Sept 6, 1965), 1965834 #3071 (Implant: Sept 13, 1965 - Death: Sept 26, 1965) [contains photograph], 1965835 #3077 (Implant: Sept 1, 1965 - Death: Sept 17, 1965), 1965836 #3121 (Implant: Oct 25, 1965 - Death: Oct 29, 1965), 1965 Myocardial electrodes study837 Charts, 1965838 [Graphic records] [contains photographs], 1965839 Pathology, 1965840 Pathology report, 1965-1966841 [Reports and shipping order] [contains photograph], 1965 Myocardial electrodes study dog842 #2511 (Implant: Mar 24, 2965 - Sacrificed: Jan 6, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965843 #2684 (Implant: May 21, 1965 - Sacrifice: Nov 1, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965844 #2755 (Implant: Jun 14, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965845 #2801 (Implant: Jun 29, 1965 - Sacrificed: Nov 1, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965846 #2870 (Implant: Jul 19, 1965 - Sacrificed: Jan 6, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965-1966847 #2878 (Implant: Aug 3, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965848 #2955 (Implant: Aug 11, 1965 - Sacrifice: Jan 6, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965-1966849 #2960 (Implant: Aug 16, 1965 - Sacrifice: Jan 4, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965-1966850 #3071 (Implant: Sep 13) [contains photographs], 1965 General851 Acute experiments, 1965852 Booster heart project, 1965-1966853 Brain electrode notes, 1965854 Coronary legation study, 1965855 MBH MAT testing, 1964-1965856 MBH - Study of transcutaneous connector, 1965-1966 Dog Surgical Research, 1965-1966857 Dog no. 1: 2650 - Control I + N, 1965858 Dog no. 2: 2649 - [Intermittent perfusion], 1965859 Dog no. 3: 2674 - Continuous perfusion, 1965860 Dog no. 4: 2685 - Control (IN), 1965861 Dog no. 5: 2711 - Control (IN), 1965862 Dog no. 6: 2728 - Perfusion, 1965863 Dog no. 7: 2702 - Deep anesthesia, 1965864 Dog no. 8: 2942 - Perfusion, 1965865 Dog no. 9: 2751 - Perfusion + ECG, 1965866 Dog no. 10: 2773 - Bleeding, 1965867 Dog no. 11: 2797 - Lung pulmonary dialysis study, 1965868 Dog no. 12: 2836 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965869 Dog no. 13: 2839 - Intestinal dialysis: Nephrectomy, 1965870 Dog no. 14: 2882 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965871 Dog no. 15: 2868 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965872 Dog no. 16: 2909 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965873 [Dog no.] 17: 2926 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965874 [Dog no.] 18: 2927 - Intestinal dialysis: Nephrectomy, 1965875 [Dog no.] 19: 2914 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Nephrectomy, 1965876 [Dog no.] 20: 2965 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965877 [Dog no.] 21: 2991 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965878 [Dog no.] 22: 3001 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965879 [Dog no.] 23: 3058 - Pulmonary dialysis: Study; Lung - Cardiac arrest, 1965880 [Dog no. 3284], 1966 Jan -Feb881 Dog no. 4439 - Microsphere injection, [ca. 1965-1966] Acute Cases (Dogs), 1966-1967882 A-1, A-2, A-3 - Record of operation #1, 2, 3, 5, 1966 Jan-Feb883 A-4, 1966 Jun 7884 A-5, 1966 Jun 13885 A-6 To-21, 1966 Jun 29886 A-6 To-21 - Cineangiogram, 1966 Jul 5887 C-23 To-22 - Changed to A-7 To-17R, 1966 Jul 6888 A-8 To-20R, 1966 Jul 27889 A-9 Tear of aorta, 1966 Aug 10890 A-11, 1966 Sep 9891 A-12 - Transducer unit #2 [contains photographs], 1966 Sep 12892 A-13 To-31 - Transducer unit [contains photographs], 1966 Oct 19893 A-14 - X-ray cancelled, 1966 Oct 31894 A-15 To-39R - X-ray, 1966 Nov 2895 A-16 - 2 30' driving, 1966 Nov 9896 A-17 - 1 30' driving, 1966 Nov 14897 A-18, 1966 Nov 28898 A-19 To-39 - Transducer no. 9 [contains photographs], 1966 Dec 12899 A-20 - Avco machine no. 5 - Unit with 2 cannlas, 1967 Jan 48100 A-21 T-9D G-2, 1967 Jan 168101 A-22 - Recording, [1967]8102 A-22 - Transducer 9E-1 and 2 [contains photographs], 1967 Feb 68103 A-23 - Transducers 9E 3 and 4 [contains photographs], 1967 Mar 891 A-24 9E 4.5, 1967 Apr 592 A-25 - Transducer recording!! [contains photographs], 1967 May 1093 A-26 - Cineangiogram, [1967 May 17] C Cases (Dogs), 1966-196794 [C-1] MAV No. 6 - Sick dog - Cancelled, 1966 Feb 995 C-2 No. 7 MAV, 1966 Feb 1596 C-3 No. 8 MAV, 1966 Feb 1797 C-4 No. 9, 1966 Feb 2198 C-5 No. 10, 1966 Feb 2499 C-6, 1966 Feb 28910 C-7, 1966 Mar 7911 C-8, 1966 Mar 14912 C-9 [contains photographs], 1966 Mar 31913 C-10, 1966 Apr 4914 C-11, 1966 Apr 14915 C-12 - Boxer, 1966 Apr 19916 C-13, 1966 Apr 20917 C-14 - Hairy, 1966 Apr 25918 C-15 To-13 - 3709 Colli, male, 1966 Apr 27919 C-16 To-14, 1966 May 2920 C-17 To-14, 1966 May 3921 C-19 To-16 - 3804 small, female, 1966 May 12922 C-20 (To-17), 1966 May 16923 C-21 To-18 - Boxer, female, 1966 Jun 1924 C-22 To-20, 1966 Jun 27925 C-24 To-23, 1966 Jul 20926 C-25 - Tertronix boxer silastic cannla, 1966 Aug 3927 C-26, 1966 Aug 18928 C-27 To-27, 1966 Aug 24929 C-28 To-28 - Failure, 1966 Sep 2930 C-29, 1966 Sep 19931 XC-30 To-27R - 0(C-31 To-27R) Big blade - 5 months survival emboli, 1966 Sep 21932 C-32 To-28R patency - Big white - 21kg - 66 days survival, 1966 Sep 23933 C-33 To-34, 1966 Sep 26934 C-34 To-32, 1966 Sep 28935 C-35 To-33, 1966 Sep 30936 C-36 To-20R - Viscious, 1966 Oct 3937 C-37 To-32R - Double pacing, 1966 Oct 5938 C-38 NIH, 1966 Oct 14939 C-39 To-35 - 25 days, 1966 Oct 26940 C-40 To-36 - 52 days boxer, 1966 Oct 28941 C-41, 1966 Nov 23942 C-42, 1966 Nov 30943 C-43 To-40 [contains photographs], 1966 Dec 7944 C-44 - 1 day, 1966 Dec 14945 C-45 glue - G-1 [aortic arch], 1967 Jan 11946 C-46 2 hour - G-3 aorta cut, 1967 Jan 18947 C-47 - G-4 aorta cut, 1 day, 1967 Jan 25948 C-48, 1967 Feb 1949 Dog #C-49, A-27 - Movie clot, 8 days, 1967 Jun 21950 New York Academy [- Summary of dog deaths], undated951 Specimen - Booster heart, 1967 Feb 2 S Cases, 1966952 S-2 no. 7 - Transducer into LV, 1966 Nov 21953 S-3, 1966 Dec 5954 S-4 microsphere, 1966 Dec 19955 S-5 microsphere, 1966 Dec 21956 S-6 microsphere injection - Flow probe, 1966 Dec 29 Chronic Cases, 1967957 Calf [1], 1967 Jan 3958 Calf 2, 1967 Jan 30959 Calf 3, 1967 Feb 13960 Calf 4, 1967 Feb 20961 Calf 5, 1967 Mar 2962 Calf 6, 1967 Mar 6963 Calf 8 - Dr. K 3 Avco, 1967 Apr 3964 S-8 St. Barnard, 1967 Mar 23965 S-11 Avco booster - Dr. K4 big dog, 1967 Apr 10966 S-12 (K5) G-5 - Big dog Avco, 1967 Apr 24967 S-15 sheep 1 day, [1967] May 8 Dacron Lining (DL Series), 1967968 S-7 DL1 - Dacron lining into descending aorta, 1967 Mar 20969 S-9 DL2 - Dacron=Cloth, 1967 Mar 27970 S-10 DL3, 1967 Mar 29971 DL4 - No clothing, 1967 May 15972 DL5, 1967 May 31 Dipped Silastic (SD Series), 1967973 [S-13] SD-1 - Silastic bag (Dipped Silastic), 1967 Apr 26974 S-14 SD-2, 1967 May 1975 S-16 SD-3, 1967 May 12976 SD-4, 1967 Jun 7977 SD-5, 1967 Jun 28 General, 1952-1989978 Assisted circulation - AVCO, 1966-1967979 Auxiliary ventricle data, 1958 Aug 15980 Auxiliary ventricle - Mono-stable multivibrator, 1962 Jun 1981 Auxiliary ventricle - Patent application, [grant materials, and reprints], 1952-1967982 Auxiliary ventricle - Patent application work papers, 1960-1966983 Booster unit measurements - New Epon shell, 1966 Jun 15984 Cineangiogram - Patency dog autopsy - (Nov 11, 1966), 1966985 Driving system has been checked [contains photographs], 1966 Feb 8986 ["Explanation of Cineangiographic Film of the Booster Heart"], 1966 Nov 25987 Flow meter (probe) - Descending aorta, baffle booster, undated988 Flow meter test, 1966 Apr 28989 Implantation of MAV in calves, 1967 Mar 6990 Just transducer test - Transducer #6 and #7, 1966 Oct 24991 Lists of Xeroxes and vouchers, 1962-1964992 MAV generality, 1965993 MAV recordings, 1965-1966101 MAV - Timing circuit (No-good case) [Booster heart experiment (New recording)], undated102 Mechanical booster heart - Dogs data, 1959103 Mechanical booster heart - Public references - Artificial heart devices, 1962-1967104 New pressure regulator - Checked, 1966 Jun 31105 [Operation log accompanying booster heart films], 1967 Jul 12106 Order (Copies), 1965-1967107 Original artwork of diaphragm and aortic assisting device, 1987-1989, n.d.108 [Preliminary] Hemolysis [Study: Plasma Hemoglobin], 1966 Nov 10109 Pressure - Puls pattern flow pattern study, 1967 Jun 121010 Procedure for care of MAV dogs, 1970, 19781011 Record of chronic dogs so far, 1965-19661012 Special remarks on MAV, 1966-19671013 Summary of strain gauges, 19661014 Test of driving unit and booster heart, 1966 Series 5: Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP), 1963-1989 (Bulk 1967-1977)
    The IABP series is comprised of four sub-series: Dog Studies, Human Studies, Instructional Training Program, and Cooperative Study. The last three sub-series are subdivided further. Materials in the first two sub-series comprise experimental data gathered during animal and human trials with the IABP. Dog Studies consists entirely of balloon pump readings that are arranged alphabetically by folder title; Human Studies consists of data logs, medical files, case reports, patient lists, ECG recordings, and wall charts as well as information on a study run by Mary Caiazza and Jaroslav P. Stulc. Most folders within these sub-series are arranged alphabetically by title. The Caiazza-Stulc study patient lists follow the order listed in the Table of Contents; the Case File notebooks which summarize numerous patients are arranged before the individual case files.

    The third sub-series, Instructional Training Program, documents Kantrowitz's efforts to promote a wider acceptance of the IABP by training other healthcare professionals in its use. Particularly well documented is a one-time training workshop run by Sinai Hospital of Detroit in cooperation with the Ohio State University Perfusionist Training Program. Material types in this sub-series include correspondence, memoranda, evaluation and registration forms, background research, interviews, and printed matter. The Cooperative Study sub-series refers to a proposed effort by Maimonides Hospital and other institutions to construct IABP devices and deliver them to other medical facilities. Included are program proposals, reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, memoranda, manuals, and two audio reels. The subdivisions within each sub-series are arranged alphabetically by title; folders within these subdivisions are arranged chronologically by date range, then alphabetically by title.

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    Instructional Training Program, 1968-1978 Background material1018 Facilities resources, 1968-19771019 IABP instructional material - Non-Sinai, 1973-19751020 [IABP patient care article - Nurse's point of view], 1975 Continuing education credit1021 CME (Continuing Medical Education), 1976-19771022 Perfusionist, 19771023 RN (Resident Nurse), 1977 Development group1024 I.D. group, 1973-1976, n.d.1025 Drs. Burford and Childs, 19751026 Instructional development - Curriculum vitae, 1975-19771026A IABP account book #256, 1976-1977 Grant proposal Burford preliminary interviews1027 [Outline and transcripts], 19751028-29 Transcribed, 19761030 Michael Meyer's impressions, balloon pump training program, 1975-19761031 IABP - Chronological correspondence, 1975 Feb-1977 Apr1032 Development of instructional training program for IABP, 1975-1977R310 [Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation proposal material], 1976-1977Access Restrictions:

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    IABP publicity1033 Drafts for brochure, IABP workshops, 19771034 [For workshop series], 1977-1978 IABP workshop1035 Planning meetings - Minutes, meeting notices, 1976-19771036 Budget, 1977 Co-sponsor1037 Michigan Heart Association, 19771038 University of Michigan continuing education for nurses [contains negative], 19771039 Wayne State University, 19771040 Journal of registration received, 19771041 Medical doctor (MD) speakers, 19771042 Physical arrangements, 19771043 [Planning], 19771044 Preliminary draft, [1977]1045 Program content, 1977, n.d.1046 [References], 19771047 Registration inquiries, 19771048 Resident nurse (RN) speakers, 19771049 Workshop B [attendance and evaluations], 19771050 Workshop B [preliminary material], 19771051 Datascope [Corporation, IABP workshop contribution], 1978 Other IABP workshops1052 [Perfusionists Training Program - Ohio State University], 197510531975-19771054 I.D. proposal, 1976 Cooperative Study, 1965-1973 Administrative1055 Consultant curriculum vitae - Schwartz, Melvin S., M.D., 1967-19681056 Curriculum vitae - Fleming, Peter, M.D., 19681057 Regional Medical Program, 1968-19691058 Data handling preliminary material, 19691059 Filing procedure, 19691060 Mortality in cardiogenic shock, 19691061-62 Hartford Foundation, 1969-19701063 Hartford Foundation grant, 1969-19701064-65 Final report [background material], 1969-1973111 Final report [background material], 1969-1973112 Addresses of groups, 1970 Oct 19113 Dr. Peter Fleming's flow chart and comments, 1970114-5 Hartford Foundation, 1970-1971116 First year summary report to Mr. Coburn, C.G., 1971117 Mailing, 1972 Oct 25118 Letter to Hartford Foundation in regard renewal of current support, 1972119 Statistical aspects: Dr. Schwartz, random consultation, undated Coordinating applicationR313 Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital - ["Pilot Cooperative Study of Results of Cardiac Surgery"], 1965-1969Access Restrictions:

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    1110 Phase-shift balloon pumping - NIH grant application, 1968-19691111 Draft material, 1969 MayR314 Copy 1, 1969 Jun 12Access Restrictions:

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    Correspondence Chronological1113-14 (1) correspondence, 1966-19691115-16 (3) correspondence, 19691117 (6) correspondence, 1966-19691118-20 #7, 1970-19711121-22 #8, 1971-197311231971 Dec-1973 May Group1124-27 I - Albany, Baylor, P.B. Brigham, Cedars, 1967-19721128-30 II - Cornell, Downstate, Duke, Sinai of Detroit, 1967-19731131-33 III - St. Vincent's, Washington [University] St. Louis, [University of] Chicago, 1968-197311341969 Jan 17-Mar 281135-361969 Apr 23-Aug 1 Data forms121 Protocol, 1969122 Drafts, old masters, 1969-19701231970 Mar124 Fleming, Peter, M.D., 1970125 Original and rough draft, 1970126 Original copy (print shop master), 1970-1971127 Data sheets, 1971128 Dunn blue print - Data forms and flow sheet, 1971 Financial129 Fund 14-4330, 1969-19701210-11 Requisition and travel information, 1970-19711212 Financial reports, 1970-19721213-14 Requisition and travel information, 1971-1973 Guidelines and manuals1215 [Guidelines for balloon pumping], 1967 Sep 201216 National Advisory Heart Council guidelines - Organizing folder, 1967-19691217 Copy 1 manuscript - Protocol for IACA team, 1967-1969 n.d.1218 Protocol - Amended, 1969 Aug 281219 "Drive system" - Manual draft, 1970 Meetings1220 Preparation materials - NIH meeting, 1968 Feb-Apr1221 NIH visit - Drs. Mitchell, Sheila and Halprin, Max, 1968 Oct 301222 Hartford meeting, 1968-19691223 Meeting agenda, 1969 Jan 241224 Minutes, [New York meeting], 1969 Jan 24-271225 Protocol committee meeting, 1969 Feb-Mar1226 Minutes, Bethesda protocol and cover letter (original), 1969 Mar1227 Minutes - Meeting rough draft, 1969 Mar1228 NIH meeting, 1969 Mar1229 Meeting, Dallas, 1969 Oct-Nov1230 Tape of balloon pump meeting [contains audio reel], 1970 Jul 241231 Rough draft minutes, 1970 Jul-Aug1232 Minutes of coop meeting Atlantic City original copies, 1970 Nov 111233 American Heart [dinner meeting], 19701234 Meeting - Atlantic City [contains audio reel], 19701235 Meeting, Atlantic City, 19711236 Meeting - New York City, 1972 Jan1237 Meeting minutes, Chicago, 1972 Jan-Mar Series 6: Heart Transplant (HT), 1961-2004 (Bulk 1966-1969)
    This series provides details on the Kantrowitz research team's experimentation with cardiac transplants in animals and human beings. It consists of surgery records, correspondence, professional and layperson inquiries, memoranda, reports, reprints, abstracts, consent forms, conference material, manuscript drafts, background research, and clippings. The series is divided into the following sub-series: Surgery Data, Administrative Files, Publications, Nancy Ross-Flanigan Files, BBC Documentary, and Michael Meyer Files. The first four sub-series are subdivided further. Materials in the first sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title or numerically by experiment numbers. Folders in the second, third, and fourth sub-series are arranged chronologically by date within their respective subdivisions. The final two sub-series are also arranged chronologically by folder date.

    Surgery Data contains images of the infant transplantation surgery performed by Kantrowitz on December 6, 1967, as well as the raw data, handwritten notes, and ECG recordings from numerous dog and human infant trials performed by Yasunori Koga and Shigehisa Yagi. The second and third sub-series document internal developments and public discussions regarding animal and human heart transplants, such as the surgeries on the dogs Pirate and Kuru and the ethics of total heart transplants. The Nancy Ross-Flanigan Files contain the planning documents, research, and drafts kept by Ms. Flanigan to help Kantrowitz prepare "America's First Human Heart Transplant -- The Concept, the Planning, and the Furor," a 30th anniversary retrospective on the surgery. The fifth sub-series consists of correspondence regarding a BBC documentary on the history of transplant surgery, and the final sub-series is a group of writings and articles on Kantrowitz's first human heart transplant.

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    Surgery Data, 1966-2004 Infant transplantation surgery1238 [Infant] heart transplant images 51-360 (1967 Dec 6) [contains DVD], 2004 Jul 301239 Slides 1-120, 1967 Dec 61240 Slides 121-240, 1967 Dec 61241 Slides 241-360, 1967 Dec 61242 Slides, unidentified photographer, 1967-1968, n.d.1243 X ray slides by William Neches M.D., pediatric intern (now University of Pittsburgh), 1968 Yasunori Koga (Cadaver heart perfusion)1244 [ECG recordings during heart perfusion] - Y. Koga, M.D., 1967 Jul-1968 May, n.d.131 Recordings, 1966, n.d.132-3 Recordings of perfusions, 1966 Yasunori Koga (Dog) ECG records134 Koga data - Puppy #2021 [contains x-rays], 1966135 Puppy #2022 [contains x-rays], 1966136 Puppy #2025, 1966137 Puppy #2026, 1966138 Puppy #2027 [contains x-rays], 1966139 Puppy #2028 [contains x-rays], 19661310 Puppy #2029 [contains x-rays], 19661311 Puppy #2034, 19661312 Puppy #2035, 19661313 Puppy #2036, 19661314 Dog #8075, 1969 Feb-Mar Perfusion1315 Dog perfusion data, perfusion #3001-3007, 19671316 Perfusion recordings 3001-3004, 19671317 Perfusion recordings 3005-3007, 1967 ECG recordings after heart transplant1318 Dog #6423 [5 rolls], 1968 Mar1318 Dog #6492 [5 rolls], 1968 Apr-May1318 Dog #6506 [22 rolls], 1968 Apr-May1318 Dog #6513 [17 rolls], 1968 Apr-May1318 Dog #6592 [8 rolls], 1968 May-Jun1318 Dog #6596 [4 rolls], 1968 May141-2 [Various numbers] - Y. Koga, M.D., 1967-1968 Yasunori Koga (Human)145 [Heart perfusion], 1967-1968143-4 Heart perfusion (Anencephalic baby) - EKG's [10 rolls], 1968 Jul 25-Dec 24 Shigehisa Yagi (Dog) Direct Heart Transplant (DHT) and normothermic perfusion146 [No. 6597] Perfusion (Cadaver heart) 1, 1968 Jun 3147 No. 6613 DHT (puppy), 1968 Jun 24148 No. 6617 DHT (p), 1968 Jun 4149 No. 6624 DHT (p), 1968 May 291410 No. 6643 DHT (p), 1968 Jun 201411 No. 6660 DHT, 1968 Jul 141412 No. 6661 DHT (p), 1968 Jun 111413 No. 6674 DHT (puppy), 1968 Jul 111414 No. 6688 CHT, 1968 Jul 51415 No. 6690 CHT, 1968 Jun 261416 No. 6707 DHT (puppy), 1968 Jul 101417 No. 6743 CHT (puppy), 1968 Jul 261418 No. 6747 DHT (p), 1968 Jul 311419 No. 6748 DHT (puppy), 1968 Aug 51420 No. 6780 DHT (p), 1968 Aug 71421 No. 6805 Perfusion 2, 1968 Aug 211422 No. 6807 DHT (p), 1968 Aug 141423 No. 6820 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 211424 No. 6822 Perfusion 3, 1968 Sep 61425 No. 6824 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 131426 No. 6825 DHT (p), 1968 Aug 231427 No. 6842 DHT (puppy), 1968 Sep 41428 No. 6880 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 251429 No. 6883 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 181430 No. 6898 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 271431 No. 6899 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 301432 No. 6909 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 91433 No. 6921 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 71434 No. 6940 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 301435 No. 6943 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 51436 No. 6954 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 131437 No. 6955 DHT (p), 1968 Nov 11438 No. 6959 Perfusion #20, 1968 Dec 111439 [No. 6972] Cardiopulmonary transplantation, 1968 Nov 61440 No. 6975 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 251441 No. 6976 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 111442 No. 6992 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Nov 271443 No. 6994 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Nov 201444 No. 7031 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Dec 41445 No. 7033 CHT and perfusion #25, 1968 Dec 271446 No. 7044 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Dec 91447 No. 7046 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Dec 301448 No. 7074 Perfusion, 1969 Jan 221449 No. 7075 CHT and perfusion #23, 1968 Dec 181450 No. 8003 Perfusion, 1969 Jan 131451 No. 8005 CHT and perfusion #28, 1969 Jan 101452 No. 8007 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 171453 No. 8008 CHT and perfusion #27, 1969 Jan 81454 No. 8033 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 271455 No. 8037 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 241456 No. 8050 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 291457 No. 8362 DHT (puppy), 1969 Aug 11458 Perfusion #21, 1968 Dec 16 Direct Heart Transplant (DHT) and normothermic perfusion tracings1459 No. 6624 DHT (Puppy), 5/29/68 operation [10 rolls], 1968 May 31-Jun 131459 No. 6748 DHT (p) EKG, 8/5/68 [9 rolls], 1968 Aug 6-161459 No. 6780 DHT (p) EKG, 8/7/69 [16 rolls], 1968 Aug 8-301459 [No. 6805] Perfusion (Membrane oxygenator) EKG [1 roll], 1968 Aug 211459 No. 6822 Heart perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Sep 61459 No. 6825 DHT (p) EKG, 8/23/68 [2 rolls], 1968 Aug 26-271459 No. 6954 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Nov 131459 No. 6959 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 111459 No. 6975 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Nov 251459 [No. 6976] Heart perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Nov 111459 No. 6994 EKG (During perfusion) CHT (puppy) [1 roll], 1968 Nov 201459 [No. 7031] Cadaver heart perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 41459 No. 7044 CHT perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 91459 No. 7071 EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 181459 No. 8362 EKG, 8/1/69 operation [1 roll], 1969 Aug 21459 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 161460 Loose EKG rolls, small and medium, 1968 Jun 3-1969 Jan 29151-3 Loose EKG rolls, large, 1968 May 29-1969 Aug 1161 Loose EKG rolls, large, 1968 May 29-1969 Aug 1 Hypothermic perfusion transplantation puppy162 # 6097, 1969 Feb 24163 # 7089, 1969 Feb 13164 # 8032, 1969 Feb 7165 # 8036, 1969 Feb 3-4166 # 8072, 8073, 1969 Feb 20167 # 8075, 1969 Feb-Mar168 # 8099, 1969 Feb 26169 # 8115, 1969 Mar 131610 # 8117, 1969 Mar 51611 # 8132, 1969 Mar 101612 # 8133, 1969 Mar 181613 # 8143, 1969 Mar 311614 # 8147, 1969 Mar 201615 # 8159, 1969 Mar 281616 # 8160, 1969 Mar 261617 # 8161, 1969 Apr 111618 # 8174, 1969 Apr 1-21619 # 8185, 1969 Apr 91620 # 8196, 1969 Jun 21621 # 8197, 1969 May 221622 # 8199, 1969 Apr 141623 # 8227, 1969 Jun 241624 # 8229, 1969 May 201625 # 8254, 1969 May 271626 # 8259, 1969 Jun 8-91627 # 8260, 1969 Jun 11-121628 # 8261, 1969 Jul 31629 # 8263, 1969 Jun 201630 # 8323, 1969 Jun 301631 # 8324, 1969 Jun 271632 # 8348, 1969 Jun 151633 # 8356, 1969 Jul 81634 # 8360, 1969 Jul 111635 # 8363, 1969 Jul 231636 # 8366, 1969 Jul 161637 # 8388, 1969 Jul 291638 # 8391, 1969 Jul 251639 # 8394, 1969 Aug 81640 # 8397, 1969 Aug 121641 # 8398, 1969 Aug 141642 # 8400, 8401, 1969 Aug 20-211643 # 8403, 1969 Aug 191644 # 8409, 1969 Aug 281645 # 8411, 1969 Aug 221646 # 8412, 1969 Aug 261647 # 8468, 1969 Sep 111648 # 8470, 1969 Sep 191649 # 8476, 1969 Sep 161650 No number, 1969 Feb 181651 No number, 1969 Mar 71652 No number, 1969 Mar 191653 No number, 1969 Apr 16-17 Shigehisa Yagi (Human) Heart perfusion anencephalic baby1654 #1, 1968 Jul-Aug1655 #2, 1968 Jul-Aug1656 #3, 1968 Sep1657 #4, 1968 Oct1658 #14, 1968 Nov1659 #21, 1968 Dec1660 #24, 1968 Dec1661 No number, 1969 Jan1662 No number, 1969 Feb Administrative Files, 1961-1995 Animal1663 (Dogs) Long term survivors - Kuru Pirate, 1963-19701664 (Dogs) "Eterna" publicity, 19641665 (Dogs) Nelson correspondence, 1964-19661666 (Animal) Blumenstock inquiry, 1965 Jan1667 (Puppy) Co-op Department of Pediatrics, 1965 Jul 81668 [Animal] D'Artagnan: Hematology studies - Hughes Institute, 1965-19661669 Dog Pirate, 1967-19711670 (Dog) "Pirate", 1967-19711671 (Dog) Film - Pirate (Titles), 19681672 [Dog] Kuru, 1970-19721673 Dog - Pirate, 19711674 Dogs Kuru and Pirate, 1971-19721675 (Dog) Sawatani Dx procedures, 1972-19761676 (Dogs) Eterna - Summary of vital information, undated Human-Animal1677 National Institutes of Health meeting transplant material - Financial, 1963-19671678 Professional inquiries, 1964-19701679 Imuran, 1965-19681680-81 [Forms, clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous], 1966-1969, n.d.1682 Lay publicity, 1967-19691683 Film requests, 19681684 Photograph requests, 1968 Jan-1969 Mar Human1685 Transplantation letters and consent forms, 1966-1967, n.d.1686 Inquires to professionals re: donors, 1967 Jan 5R78 Patients, prospective, 1967 Dec-1968 OctAccess Restrictions:

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    1687 Barnard, C., 1967-19681688 Clinical trial, 1967-19681689 Clinical trial (2nd), 1967-1968R79 Clinical study - Heart perfusion, 1967-1969Access Restrictions:

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    R710 National Institutes of Health clinical research studies - Cost-study patients, 1967-1969Access Restrictions:

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    R711 Transplant clinical trials - Donor registration, 1967-1969Access Restrictions:

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    Lay inquiries171-2 Folder #1 [contains photographs], 1967 Dec-1968 Feb173-4 Folder #2, 1968 Feb175 Folder #3, 1968 Mar-Apr176-7 Folder #4, 1968 May-1969 Mar178 Folder #5, 1969 Apr-1970 May179 National Vital Organ Transplant Foundation, 1968 Jan1710Times letter [re: Harry Schwartz article], 1968 Jan1711 Donations, 1968 Jan-Mar1712 Block financial analysis, 1968 Jan-May1713 Ethics, 1968 Jan-Nov Cape Town Transplant Conference1714 Cape Town, South Africa [- Travel, publicity, and correspondence], 1968 Jun-OctO12-5 Proceedings of Cape Town Transplant Conference (1), 1968 Jul1715 [Cape Town Transplant Conference - Correspondence re: transcript], 1968 Aug-Nov Protocol1716 Protocol, meeting, 1968 Jan 51717 Protocol (Draft), 19681718 Protocols, 1968-19711719 Protocol original copy, 1971 Apr 30R712 Donor, 1968-1969Access Restrictions:

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    1720 Anti Lymphocyte serum, 1968-19721721 Professor DuBost correspondence, 1969 Jan1722 Protocols and consent forms, 19711723 Research committee - Protocols and consent forms submitted for approval, 19711724 Ethics, human subjects for research, 19721725 Bank for storage, undated General Articles and clippings1726 Press clippings, 1961-19691727 Transplant clippings, 1967-19681728 Originals - Magazine headline articles, 1967-1968, 1983-19881729 Ethics - Saturday Review article, 1968 Jan 61730 Articles, 1968-1970, 1986-19951731 [Clippings], 1985-1987, 1995, n.d.1732 Presentations, 1964-1967O16 3 month report - Purchasing dogs, 1966 Oct-Dec1733 Vital Organ Transplant Committee of Los Angeles County, 1966-19681734 Downstate Surgical Forum - Orest Zaklynsky, 19671735 Cost analysis, 1967-19691736 National Research Council - Transcript, 1968 May1737 New York City Organ Center, 1968-19691738 AK correspondence with Felix Rapaport, 1968-19701739 ACS/NIH Organ Transplant Register, 1972 Publications, 1964-1989 By Adrian Kantrowitz1740 Biological abstracts, 1964 Dec 141741 Abstract submitted to American College of Surgeons (Not accepted), 19641742 Maimonides Research Society, 19641743 Presented to New York Society for Cardiovascular Surgery - Script for short film, 19641744 Presented to New York Society for Thoracic Surgery, 19641745 Submitted to New York Heart Association (Not accepted), 19641746 ["Fate of Orthotopic Canine Heart Transplants",] Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery, 8:155-162, Publication No. 70 [contains photographs], 1964-19671747 ["Homotransplantation of the Heart in Puppies Using Profound Hypothermia",] Annals of Surgery, Publication No. 64 [contains photographs], 19651748 "Immediate and Delayed Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Heart", JAMA Medical News, 19651749 ["Immediate and Delayed Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Heart",] Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Publication No. 67, 19651750 Presented to New York Heart Association, 19651751 Submitted to ASAIO (Not accepted), 19651752 Submitted to JAMA (Not accepted) (See Publication No. 70) [contains photographs], 1965-19661753 (Abstract) AATS (American Association for Thoracic Surgery, 1966 Nov-Dec1754 Georges Dureau - American Heart Association abstract, 19661755Year Book publication, 19661756 Histocompatibility - S. Samuels, 1967 May 291757 "Outlook for Cardiac Transplantation" and "Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Puppy Heart" - Dr. Koga et al, 19671758 Abstracts - ASAIO (American Society for Artificial Internal Organs), 19671759 "La double activate auriculaire apres transplantation cardioaique" - Cabasson et al, Archives des Maladies du Coeur (French), 1968 Dec1760 Ethical consideration summary - Dimensions in American Judaism, Volume II Number 4, 19681761 Publication #133 - New York Academy of [Sciences] Sesquicentennial, 19681762 Recent papers, 1987-19891763 "Evaluation of Puppy Cadaver Hearts for Orthotopic Homotransplantation" - Dureau, Schilt, Khalil, Okura, Kantrowitz, undated By others1764 "Electrocardiographic Studies of Cardiac Orthotopic Homotransplantation 1. The Normal Puppy" - Cabasson and Joos, 19671765 "The Heart of the Anencephalic Infant: A Possible Donor for Cardiac Transplantation", [1969?]1766 Abstracts on heart transplant, 1969-19711767 "Supplying Organs for Transplantation" - Michigan Law Review, 1970 Apr1768 Journal of Heart Transplantation, Volume IV Number 2, International Society of Heart Transplantation, 1985 Feb Nancy Ross-Flanigan Files, 1963-19981769 "America's First Human Heart Transplant - The Concept, the Planning, and the Furor" [contains diskette], 1998 Background research1770 NRF copies of background for first infant transplant - Reprints - References, 1963-1976, 1988, n.d.1771 AK presentations relating to heart transplantation, 1964-1968181 Background information for first heart transplant (infant), 1966-1968, 1995-1997182 NRF copies of articles, [ca.1966]-1971, 1985183 Norman Shumway news release comments, 1967 Nov 20184 Bethesda cardiac transplant conference [contains photograph], 1968 Sep185 Reprints of heart transplantation articles, 1968186 Miscellaneous heart transplant items, 1968, 1984-1986187 Heart transplantation articles, 1985-1995188 Abstract by Dr. Hans Carstensen, 1995189 Adrian Kantrowitz curriculum vitae, 1997 Jun Drafts1810-11 Heart Transplant Retrospective Volume I, 1996 Dec 6-1997 Feb 61812-13 Heart Transplant Retrospective Volume II, 1997 Jun 20-Jul 241814 Michael Meyer's review comments on draft 6 Ross-Flanigan paper, 1997 Jun-Jul1815 Talks relating to heart transplantation - 1965-1967 listing, 1997 Jul 241816 Ross-Flanigan transplant paper draft 7, 1997 Jul 311817-18 [Ross-Flanigan transplant paper drafts 8-9, William Neches copy], 1997 Aug 14-1998 Jan 151819 Jordan Haller review of Ross-Flanigan paper, 1997 Aug1820 Ross-Flanigan transplant paper drafts 10-12, 1997 Oct 8-Nov 5 General1821 Detailed tabulation of replies to questions #5-16 - Main report Q #1-4, 1969-19711822 [Heart failure] abstract and references [contains diskette], 1985, 1996-19971823 Disks, [notes, misc. used in] transplant paper, 1986, 1997, n.d.R713 [Parents' addresses, letters], 1995-1997Access Restrictions:

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    1824 NRF - Transplants - Miscellaneous, 1996 Dec 111825 Heart transplant - Helen Taussig correspondence, 1997 Feb-Mar1826 Ross-Flanigan letter to Mr. Bashaw requesting permission to use "Statement of Responsibility", 1997 Jul 311827 Correspondence to locate info needed for transplant paper, 19971828 Nancy Ross-Flanigan To Do Lists, 19971829 Ross-Flanigan paper background notes - Contact numbers, 1997 References1830-32 Heart transplantation references by years (1905-1970), 1996 Nov 221833 Ross-Flanigan references of Barnard papers, 1997 Feb 61834 Heart transplant final papers - Ross-Flanigan [- List and source information], 19971835 Source materials cited in transplant article, 19971836 References cited list, undated BBC Documentary, 1995-19971837 BBC (Richard Pendry) - History of heart transplant surgery, 1995 Feb-MayO17 Richard Pendry travel schedule, 1995 Mar-Apr1838 BBC and PBS documentary films on the history of transplant surgery, 1995 Mar-MayR714 Correspondence - BBC producers and [donor parents], 1995 Mar-SepAccess Restrictions:

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    1839 BBC references, correspondence with Maimonides, 19951840 Correspondence and photos of heart donor Kouch and recipient Louis Block, 1995-1996R715 Correspondence, notes re: 1966 aborted transplant documentation, 1995-1997Access Restrictions:

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    Michael Meyer Files, 1967-19861841 Human heart transplant F-1, 1967-19701842 Kantrowitz first heart transplant - Meyer - Articles by Cabasson, Blanc, Joos [contains audiocassette], 19691843 Heart Transplantation, Volume III Number 3, International Society for Heart Transplantation, [and correspondence], 1981-19841844 Organ transplants and implants - Ethical issues articles [contains audiocassette], 1984-19861845 A. Kantrowitz - First heart transplant, 1985 Aug1846 First American heart transplant [draft] [contains floppy disk], 1985 Series 7: Other Research Projects, 1955-1985
    This series brings together files from five less heavily documented projects. Documented here are Cardiovascular (CV) Surgery, Aortic Valve Transplant, Assisted Circulation Engineering, Prosthetic Myocardium, and Chronic Heart Failure (CHF). Experiment notebooks, log sheets, patient records and readings, photographs, correspondence, blueprints, expense reports, invoices, and equipment proposals can be found throughout this series. The CV Surgery sub-series contains notebooks kept by Arthur Cohen and Fred Heilman that cover several experiment series involving dogs, and the Assisted Circulation Engineering project contains planning and research records regarding the construction of a new heart surgery study area at Maimonides Hospital. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title within each sub-series.

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    Cardiovascular (CV) Surgery, 1955-1982 Arthur Cohen and Fred Heilman notebooks1847 Aortic transplant - Series K-100 [contains photographs], 1955 May 24-Sep 121848 Arterial anastamoses - Series K-200, 1955 Jun 3-1956 Mar 71849 Valves - Series K-300, 1955 Jul 21-221850 Vein grafts - Series K-400 [contains photographs], 1955 Aug 10-1956 Mar 13191 Perfusion experiments - K-600, 1956 Mar 13-Apr 4 Experiment logs192 Abdominal aortic by-pass (Dog), 1956 Oct 19-Nov 1193 Abdominal surgery dogs, 1958 Sep 16-Oct 30194 Aortagram (Dog), 1957 Jan 7195 Aortic graft (Dog), 1956 Aug 13-1957 Oct 1196 Aortic hypothermia (Dog), 1956 Sep 25197 Aortic valvulotomy with hypothermia (Dog), 1956 Jun 21-Aug 2198 Auricular appendage suture - Tefalon drains - Dogs, 1959 Oct 7-1961 Feb [9]199 Biliary fistule (Dog), 1956 Aug1910 Blood volume determination (Dog), 1956 Aug 30-Dec 201911 Calibration of constant fusion injector (Dog), 1956 Sep 201912 Calibration of temperature drop of a liquid (Standing in room temperature) due to the building of oxygen thru it (Dog), 1956 Jul 311913 Cardiac prosthesis (Dog), 1957 Jun 11-141914 Determination of hemolysis in dog blood plasma, 1956 Apr 17-231915 Dog experiment #95 - Pseudomyxoma peritonei, 1959 Nov 21916 Hypothermia (Dog), 1956 May 3-1957 May 11917 Internal mammary artery ligation (Dog), 1957 Mar 7-Jun 281918 Kidney transplant (Dog), 1956 Oct-Nov1919 Pancreatectomy (Dog), 1956 Nov-1957 Mar1920 Peripheral arterial runoff (Dog), 1957 Mar 7-Apr 181921 Porta caval shunt (Side by side) (Dog), 1956 Jun 261922 Profusion with pump oxygenator (Dog), 1956 Apr 27-May 101923 Pump oxygenator (Dog), 1956 Jul 26-1957 Dec 71924 Thermometer calibration, 1956 May 141925 Vessel anastamosis (Dog) [contains photograph], 1956 Apr 6-1957 Jul 3 Notebooks1926 Experimental, undated1927 Jude Al Craan - Appointment books, 1963-1964 Open heart surgeryR717-18 [Open heart pump team - Monthly open heart cases], 1970-1980Access Restrictions:

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    R719 [Open heart pump team - Monthly open heart cases], 1977-1982Access Restrictions:

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    R720-21 [Open heart surgery patient and procedures - Data], 1970-1975Access Restrictions:

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    1928 [Open heart surgery patient and procedures - Summary], 1970-1974R722 [Open heart surgery patient lists], 1970-1976Access Restrictions:

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    1929 Open heart surgery - [Ruptured ventricular septum] potente film script, 1963-1966R723 Record of heart surgery patients, 1970-1974Access Restrictions:

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    Aortic Valve Transplant, 1965-19661930-43 Valve transplantation no. 1-14, 1965 Oct-1966 Jan, n.d. Assisted Circulation Engineering, 1955-19771944 Graphic pump oxygenator - Blood-temperature studies, 1956-19571945 Pump oxygenator - Human-animal, 1958 Feb 27-Aug 27, n.d.1946 Surgical research lab - Standard procedures - Dr. A. Kantrowitz, 1956 Sep Heart surgery study area1947 Blueprints of heart study area - Originals lent to Kahn Associates - Hospital architects - Maimonides Hospital, 1967 Jun1948 Cardiac study area, 1967-19681949 Cardiac study center - Grant HE 11173-02, K-4 #68-2-1 - Prep and finish, 1967-19691950 [Construction invoices and payroll], 1967-19691952-52 HE 11173 - Study area opening, 1966-1970, n.d.1953-54 Heart surgery study area - Maimonides, New York, 1963-19681955 Sterile animal surgery area (SASA) - Application for space, 1975-19761956 Study area renovation plans - Grant #HE 11173 [contains photographs], 1967-1975, n.d.1957-59 Study center renovation plans - Grant #HE 11173, 1966-1971 Heart surgery study area: Instrumentation systems1960-61 Bionic Instruments, Inc. [contains photographs], 1969-19701962 Blood oxygenator - [Corco Incorporated and] A.F. Morrison Co., Inc. [contains photographs], 1957-1958, 19661963 Electronics for Medicine re: instrumentation system [contains photographs], 19671964 [General Electric 331 Medical System - Preliminary concepts], 19631965 Grant HE-11173-01 - Brookline metabolic scale, 1967 Gulton Medical Instruments1966-67 Proposal for circulatory assist monitoring system, 1967 Jul 17201 Proposal for circulatory assist monitoring system, Amendment no. 1, 1967 Jul 28202 Proposal for circulatory assist monitoring system, Amendment no. 2, 1967 Aug 17203 Re: instrumentation system, 1967204-7 Monitoring system - Study area [contains photographs], 1967-1973, n.d.208 Biomedical Systems [Recommendations report], undated209 HE-11173 - Instrumentation system, 1967-1970 Hewlett-Packard2010-11 Proposed patient monitoring system booklet, 19672012 Re: instrumentation systems, 19672013 Patient monitoring system, 19772014 Honeywell re: instrumentation system [contains photographs], 19672015 Patient Monitoring System, Ventricular Assist Surgery: Technical proposal - Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn, 1967 Jun 292016 Polytechnic Institute / Gulton, 1961-19622017 Pump oxygenator - Heat exchange development, 19612018 Respirator - Teca Corporation, 1955-19572019 Rotameter - Clifford Wilson, Mfgr. and Vendor, 19572020 Sanborn - Recorders [Laboratory equipment], 19692021 Statham Instruments, Inc. facilities and capabilities, 1967 Jun 30 Prosthetic Myocardium, 1978-1982O55 Animal report - 2 EX, 1979 Mar 14-Oct 16O56 Animal reports - 2C - 2CI, 1981 Apr 15-1982 AprO57 [Animal reports - ] 3 EX (Dr. Igari), 1979 Jan 24-Aug 16O61 Dog 3557 32 kg - 3 EX, 1979 Aug 72022-23 Surgical Research Laboratory - Data collection, animal operating record, 1978-19792024-35 Surgical Research Laboratory - Data collection No. 1-12, 1978-1979 Chronic Heart Failure (CHF), 1981-1985O62 Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 May 27-Jun 17O63 Arrhythmia - CHF (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 May 28O64 Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 Jun 4O65 Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 Jun 10O66 Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 Jun 17O67 Arrhythmia [experiment stopped], 1981 Jul 102036 Dog reports, 1984 Dec-1985 Jan2037 Hagiwara, Kenichi - CHF experimental, 1985 Feb Series 8: Publicity, 1949-1989
    Publicity series materials include newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs which report on Kantrowitz's activities and notable events in the thoracic field and general medicine. All acidic newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid free paper; the originals were discarded and the photocopies were retained. There are two sub-series: the Research and Professional Activities sub-series and the General Medical Subject Files sub-series. The primary focus of the Research and Professional Activities sub-series is Kantrowitz's research, promotions, conference attendance, and speaking engagements, but it also documents accomplishments of contemporary surgeons such as Michael E. DeBakey and Christiaan Barnard. The General Medical Subject Files sub-series covers a broad range of trends and achievements both in Kantrowitz's area of expertise and other medical fields. Items within each sub-series are arranged chronologically by date.

    Research and Professional Activities, 1950-19882038 Clippings, 1950-19572039 Clippings, 19582040 Clippings, 1959-19602041 Clippings, 1961-1965 Aug2042 Clippings, 1965 Sep-1966 May 21211 Clippings, 1966 May 23-Aug212 Clippings, 1966 Sep-1967 Oct213 Clippings, 1967 Nov-1968 Jan214 Clippings, 1968 Feb-Oct215 Clippings, 1968 Nov-1969216 Clippings, 1970-1988, n.d.O24 Oversize clippings, 1952, 1958-1972, 1981, n.d.217 Photographs, 1951, 1958-1971, 1985 General Medical Subject Files, 1949-1989218 "Medicine" - Time, 1949 Sep 26219 "The story of the heart - America's no. 1 killer" - JAMA, 1950 Apr 82110 [Heart-lung device], 1950 Sep-Dec2111 "Artificial heart valve restores doomed patient to good health" - New York Times, 1952 Oct 102112 "Conquering surgery's 'no-man's land'" - Human Interest, 1953 Apr2113 [Dr. Charles Bailey] - Time, vol. 69, no. 12, 1957 Mar 25O25 "Cardiovascular and other special surgery with be featured on week's film program; Note changes" - Clinical Congress News; "Scientific exhibits stress cardiac, thoracic surgery" - Clinical Congress News, 1957 Oct 14-162114 "Medic's swim noseclip gets eye of Israel" - New York Daily News, 1958 Aug 312115 [Lord Cohan reception], 1958 Sep 222116 "Patient watches own heart in live 'TV' drama" - Brooklyn-New York World-Telegram and The Sun, 1958 Oct 12117 "Improved heart-lung device used" - Los Angeles Times, 1959 Jan 122118 "Advances in open heart surgery described" - Scope Weekly, 1959 Jan 142119 AMA News, 1959 Feb 92120 "U.S. doctor tests Soviet 'staplers'" - New York Times, 1960 Jan 102121 "Computer may aid in war on heart ills" - New York Herald Tribune, 1960 Sep 302122 "100 kept alive by batteries"; "A dystrophy 'pioneer'"; "The saga of a stapler", 1960 OctO26 "Making a heartbeat behave" - Saturday Evening Post, 1961 Mar 42123 "Hi-fi technique detects heart illness in children" - New York Times, 1961 Jun 72124 "Hearing aid is placed in a tooth" - New York Times, 1961 Aug 122125 "Wide variety of ideas covered by patents issued during week" - New York Herald Tribune, 1962 Jun 252126 "Stress and cholesterol" - Time, 1962 Sep 72127 "Persons deaf since birth hear pure sounds in a doctor's tests", 1962 Nov 27O27 "Where we stand: The heart" - Look, 1963 Jan 152128 [Surgeon Francis D. Moore] - Time, vol. 81, no. 18, 1963 May 32129 "Funds for disabled" - New York Times, 1963 May 192130 [Heart pump articles], 1963 Oct 27-282131 "On kidney transplants - a note of 'cautious optimism'" - New York Herald Tribune; "A heart pump revives Russian clinically dead for 43 minutes" - New York Times, 1963 Nov2132 "Scientists torture millions of dogs and cats a year", 1963O28Roche Medical Image, 1964 Apr2133 "Suit filed to prevent merger of hospitals" - News, 1964 May 52134Statistical Bulletin, 1964 Sep2135 "Effect on drugs on fetus assayed" - New York Times, 1964 Oct 252136 "Plastic, new materials help to bring gains in replacing human parts" - Wall Street Journal; "1st liver graft given to baby" - Daily News, 1964 Nov2137 "MD reporting on supersonic use in cancer" - New York Post; "Paralysis fought with electricity" - New York Times, 1964 Dec2138 "10,000 laywomen at meeting on heart disease in Oregon" - Medical Tribune and Medical News; "Hybrid computer to aid open-heart surgery" - Medical Electronics News; "Vaccine called pneumonia curb", 1965 Jan, n.d.2139 "Some hospitals in state unsafe" - New York Times; "Dyestuffs found to cause cancer" - New York Times; "A baldness cure may be in sight" - New York Times; "U.S. charges doctor 'invented' study to support diet tablets" - New York Times, 1965 Feb2140 "Dr. Dever S. Byard, child-disease expert" - New York Herald Tribune, 1965 Mar 142141 "The matter of the heart" - Medical World News, 1965 Apr 232142 "Cancer-causing toxin is found to alter human-cell heredity" - New York Times, 1965 Apr 292143 "2-chamber heart keeps dog alive" - New York Times; "New drug method eases leukemia" - New York Times; "Animals thought to be free of all germs spontaneously develop virus- caused cancer" - New York Times; "Portable kidney goal of research" - New York Times; "Maimonides adds 186-bed pavilion to Brooklyn plant", 1965 Apr2144 "Mosquito may transmit a hamster cancer virus" - New York Times, 1965 May 282145 [Surgeon Michael DeBakey] - Time, vol. 85, no. 22, 1965 May 282146 [Liver and kidney transplants], 1965 Jun2147Medical World News, 1965 Jul 23O29 "Control of life" - Life, 1965 Sep 102148 "Artificial heart goal of project" - New York Times, 1965 Sep 162149 "The marriage of medicine and electronics is preserving life and spawning a $350 million industry" - New York Times, 1965 Oct 242150 "Spare heart almost ready to go into use" - New York Post, 1966 Jan 272151 "What psychiatry is doing about E.S.P." - Science Digest, 1966 Feb2152 "Pump in heart gives patient thump of life" - Daily News, 1966 Apr 222153 "Three nations' doctors meet to form own common market" - Medical Tribune; "New director, focus at NIH" - Medical Tribune; "Science and publicity" - New York Times, 1966 Apr 27-29?O210 "Arterial aid in cardiac crisis" - Roche Medical Image, 1966 AprO211 "Patient's gift to heart repair" - Life, 1966 May 62154 "Medical publicity" - Medical Tribune and Medical News, 1966 May 92155 "Artificial heart called feasible" - New York Times; "U.S. acts to protect all persons used for medical tests" - New York Times; "Flu vaccine, antibiotics help fight emphysema" - Daily News; "Still a nurse problem" - New York Times, 1966 May 20-21, n.d.2156Medical World News, 1966 May 272157 "Doctors question when man is dead" - New York Times; "Legless Vietnamese walk again" - New York Times, 1966 May 29-302158 "Child dies 2 months after a transplant" - New York Times, 1967 Dec 92159 "Cigarette story: caution to the wind" - New York Times; "Drugs: now the wonder wears thin", 1968 Jan 8, n.d.2160 "Heart transplant patient gains" - New York Times; "Hospitals report a threat to care as cases increase" - New York Times; "Blaiberg allowed to see his wife; voice is 'strong'"; "Donor's husband made offer before she died" - New York Times; "'All-business' surgeon Norman Edward Shumway" - New York Times; "Barnard is hopeful on 4th transplant" - New York Times, 1968 Jan 82161 "Innovation: the force behind man's march into the future" - New York Times, 1968 Jan 82162 "Four stories about the narcotics business" - New York Post; "Stony Brook"; FACS newsletter, 1968 Feb2163 "To help prevent the heart attack" - New York Times, 1968 Mar 102164 "Muscles revived by magnet device" - New York Times, 1968 Jun 112165 "Attracting organs back to work" - Medical World News, 1968 Jul 52166 "Organ transplants, publicity, and ethics" - Modern Medicine; "Heart transplant doc had plenty of practice" - Chicago Tribune, 19682167 "It would be a black day for animals", 19682168 "Surgeon's scalpel saves life of Vietnamese worker" - Army Reporter, 1969 Feb 32169 "Heart feud gets hotter" - New York Post; "Dr. Cooley defends his use of artificial heart to save patient" - New York Times, 1969 Apr 10-11O212 "Nun hat Barnard ausgesorgt" [in German] - Stern, 1970 Feb 22O213 "Defusing a coronary - with gas" - Life, 1970 Apr 17O214 "Lifeline for a dying heart" - Life, 1971 Feb 52170 "Dr. Christiaan Barnard: Hearts have no names" - Detroit Free Press Parade, 1975 Nov 162171 "Doctor resigns post after threat on his life" - The States-Item, 1976 Feb 242172 ["Two surgeons cross pumps over external ventricle lookalikes" - Hospital Tribune - vol. 10, no. 19], 1976 Nov 222173Popular Mechanics, 1981 Jun2174 "Officials deliberate cost factors in implantation of Jarvik heart" - Salt Lake Tribune, 1982 Nov 202175 "Transplant patient survives 14th year" - Detroit Free Press, 1982 Nov 27O215 "Spare-parts medicine" - New York Times Magazine, 1982 Nov 282176 ["Beyond artificial heart, what comes next" - U.S. News and World Report], 1982 Dec 202177 [Dr. Barney B. Clark], 1983 Mar2178 "Smallpox drug found effective" - New York Times, 1984 Dec 102179 "Unit will supply Du Pont with cancer-research mice" - Wall Street Journal, 1989 Jan 24 Series 9: Clinical Films, 1950-[ca.2004]
    The Clinical Films series contains 8 and 16 mm open reel films, the majority of which were filmed without sound. Included are fragments, duplicate footage, and completed films that document experimental operations performed by Kantrowitz and his associates. Kantrowitz screened completed films such as "Experimental artificial left heart for exposure of the mitral valve," "Repair of ruptured ventricular septum," and "Long term survival after canine heart allotransplantation" during presentations at various professional events and continuing education courses. Both animal and human surgeries are represented, with puppy transplants (including that of the dog Pirate) making up a substantial portion of the series. Clinical Films is sub-divided by surgery categories: Artificial Left Heart/Mitral Valve, Cardiovascular Surgery, Electronic Physiologic Aids, Haskell Shanks, Heart Transplant, Heart Transplant (Puppy), Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump, Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle, Orsi, Patch Booster Dog, Prosthetic Myocardium, and Other. Films within each sub-series are arranged numerically by the line numbers included in the film titles. The films have been rehoused in archival canisters, assigned item numbers, and stored separately from the rest of the collection. Nineteen films covering a variety of surgeries were digitized onto three Panasonic-DV cassettes. These cassettes are located in the folder "LVAD digitized films, tapes 1-3" at the end of the series inventory.

    Artificial left heart/Mitral Valve, 1950-1951 "An experimental artificial left heart for exposure of the mitral valve"2004-017-001 01018-12A Montefiore Hosp - Item #62, line #32A, 19502004-025-030 Artificial left heart - Canister - Leader - Line #48, [1950]2004-017-010 "A cinematographic study of the function of the mitral valve in situ" (with E.S. Hurwitt and A. Herskovitz) - Item #62, line #32B -106172 perfed in leader, 19512004-017-015 S studies of function of the mitral valve - Item #58, line #42, 19512004-017-016 Mitral valve - Item #59, line #43, undated2004-017-007 Observations. . . the use of experimental artificial left heart for exposure of the mitral valve, IR orig, Koda + B/W - Inter, G-9379 - Elliot S. Hurnitt, M.D. - Item 51, line #55, undated Cardiovascular (CV) Surgery, 1958-1963 Aneurysm2004-025-028 Surgical repairing of aneurysm of ascending aorta through bilateral chest incision - Human - Color - Line #50, undated2004-017-062 Maimonides Hospital - Orig. Koda. pict. aneurysm - Not finished - Line 110, undated Potenti prints from Kod. II - 6 mo. - Line 1212004-017-046 Post 1 of 3, undated2004-017-045 Post 2 of 3, undated2004-017-044 Post 3 of 3, undated2004-017-059 Aortic valve repair - Original - Ekt. com. - Line 126, undated Mitral valve2004-017-114 B/W mitral valve replacement - Dr. Albert Starr - Line 66, 19612004-017-115 Reconstructive surgery of mitral valve - Print #15 - Line 129, undated Ruptured septum2004-017-031 H. Friedman, for repair of ruptured septum - Open heart, orig. film - American College of Surgeons - Item #25, line #38, undated2004-017-035 Ruptured ventricular septum print A; thus 1-3 ruptured ventricular septum - ACS201-1 - Color-sound - Line #44B - (Bypass machine used) done 9/03, 19622004-017-034 Human cardiac surgery - L.V. septal defect - Potente? - AK looked at leader 10/5/88 - Film needs reviewing - Line #47, undated2004-017-043 "Repair of ruptured ventricular septum" - Drs. Kantrowitz, Bernard Levowitz, Georg Degenshein; 24 fps, color, sound - 11 minutes - 6 mos. post-op at end - Line #120, 1963 Open heart Dr. Ad. Kantrowitz - Color & B/W work print - Line #1252004-017-042 B/W print 1 of 2, 19582004-017-041 Color print 2 of 2, 1958 Sternum Fusion2004-017-065 Sternum fusion - Line #33, undated2004-017-052 American College of Surgeons - Line #34, 1963 Electronic Physiologic Aids (EPA), 1960-1964 Bladder stimulator2004-025-034 Implantation of radio-linked bladder stimulator - Adrian Kantrowitz, M.D. - Item 6, line #9, 19642004-017-002 Bladder stimulator tail (also "Bladder stimulator workprint #1) - Item 49 or 3, line #10, 19642004-017-004 Bladder stimulator 1) x-rays Richard Diamond 2) Johnny Jones - Line 104, 19632004-017-017 Dog experiment - Phrenic nerve stimulation - Line #17, 1963 Jul? Limb movement "Electronic production of coordinated limb movements"2004-025-031 Leader read 3/88 by JK. - Film made 196? - Line #49, [1960 Oct]2004-017-009 A. Kantrowitz, Rene Khafis - Item #3, line 52C, 1960 Oct2004-017-008 "Man walking, dog walking - Mechanical leg program, neurostimulator - Dr. Goldrath - Item #3, line 52B, undated2004-017-013 Paraplegic Maynard Berg - Print - Line 105, undated2004-017-011 2nd final - Good sound workprint - Leg movement - Waste workprint (leg, etc.) - Line 122, undated2004-017-012 Limb movements - Workprint 1st - Line 123, undated Pacemaker Pacemaker - Maimonides Hospital - Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz, welding - Original - Uncut - Item 9 or 82004-017-063 Line #11A, undated2004-017-064 Line #11B, undated2004-017-014 Implantable pacemaker #3 - Line #28, 19612004-017-006 Pacemaker film for Dr. George Reed, Bellevue Hospital - Line #29, undated2004-017-005 "Pacemaker" - With film perforation #0-526977906 - Line #54, 19612004-017-003 "Pacemaker" - Maimonides Hospital - Line 88, 19612004-017-130 Copy of pacer source tape - Line #143, 1980 Apr 42004 017-128 Copy of pacer source tape - Line #144, 1980 Apr 252004-017-129 Copy of binary pacer program - Line #145, 1980 Apr 4 Paraplegic ileus2004-017-018 "Paralytic ileus" (#1) - Line #52A, 19612004-017-058 Original paraplegic ileus - Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz - Line 116, undated2004-017-057 Stapler 100 F/S - Dr. Kantrowitz - Maimonides Hospital - Paraplegic ileus - Line 118, undated2004-017-055 Paralytic ileus - Ectochrome - Line 119, undated Haskell Shanks, 1971-19862004-017-048 Shanks, Haskell - 348290 - Unedited - Line #2, 1971 Sep 162004-017-131 Shanks, Haskell - Line #3, 1971 Aug 42004-017-066 Haskell Shanks - Sinai Hospital - Line #4, 19712004-017-067 Haskell Shanks clinical trial - WSU - Dr. A. Kantrowitz - Line #5, ca. 1971 Haskell Shanks - Allied Films - No title - 3rd generation2004-017-049 Screened with Vicki at Allied - Line #6, 1986 May 82004-017-050 Reviewed with Vicki - Line #7, 1986 May 8 WSU: Woolly2004-017-108 Nd. sect of Woolly - Line #36A, 1983 Jun 12004-017-113 Orig. WSU - Woolly head - Do not print - Line #36B, 1983 Jun 1 Mt. Sinai, 2 work prints - BP in tank and other footage, H. Shanks film2004-017-047 #92287 - Line #37A, 1983 Jun 32004-017-051 Line #37B, 1983 Jun 3 Heart Transplant, 1958-19782004-025-032 American College of Surgeons, ACS-657-1, Orthotopic homotransplant of mammalian heart - Line 73, 1978 Heart valve perfusion2004-017-053 Perfusion of adult human heart - 16mm color film - time: approx. 10 mins. - Line 67, n.d Heart perfusion (human)2004-017-056 Original, used - 1 of 3 - Line 78, 1968 Jan2004-017-061 Original, not used - 2 of 3 - Line 78, 1968 Jan2004-017-054 Print - 3 of 3 - Line 78, 1968 Jan2004-017-060 Original - Valve heart perfusion - 10A, item 18 - D. Christensen - Line 89, undated Open heart2004-017-112 Open heart surgery - Dr. A. Kantrowitz - Child vs. defect - Koda-print - Line 112, 19582004-017-110 Open heart surgery - Adrian Kantrowitz - Dept. of Surgery, Maimonides Hospital - Line 113, undated2004-017-109 Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz - Open heart surgery - Line 114, 1958 Heart Transplant (Puppy), 1964-1974 Dog kuru - Workprints - Original - Line 642004-017-068 1 of 2, 1972 Dec 42004-017-084 2 of 2, 1972 Dec 4 Dog no. 32004-017-078 Unedited dog #3, reel #2 - Copy #3 - Line 94, 1970 Sep 172004-017-076 Unedited dog #3, reel #2 - Print #4 - Line 95, 1970 Sep 172004-017-099 Dog #3 heart transplant - Reel #1, unedited master without contrast - 1. right atrium (AP) 2. left ventricle (AP) 3. inferior vena cava (AP) 4. left ventricle (RAO) (cordis injected ) - Line 100, 1970 Sep 172004-017-088 Dog #3 heart transplant - Reel #2, unedited master - 5. Aorta (LAO) 6. coronary sinuses (rt. lat.) 7. superior vena cava (r & l) 8. inferior vena cava (r & l) (misfire) 9. IVC (rt. lateral) 7, 8, 9 were @ 30 frames per sec. - Line 101, 1970 Sep 172004-017-077 Unedited dog #3, reel #1 - Print #4 - Line 106, 1970 Sep 172004-025-017 Original x-ray - Dog no. 3, [1970 Sep]2004-025-015 Prints ng portion - Dog no. 3, [1970 Sep]2004-025-016 Projection - Dog no. 3, [1970 Sep] Heart transplant with sound2004-017-083 Copy #4 - Line 45A - Done 9/03 - 1st half (broken), 1974 Dec2004-017-075 Copy #4 - Line 45B - 2nd half (broken) - Done 9/03, 1974 Dec2004-017-092 Copy #1 - Made at Allied, 1974 Dec2004-017-073 Pirate copy 2 - Item 11, line 86, 1974 Dec "Long-term survival after canine heart allotransplantation"2004-025-033 (Pirate) - Copy I - CM-68-1 - VT-68-1.18 - Line 81, 19682004-017-104 Dog name: Pirate - 1968 M-68-1 - vt-68-1-1 - Copy II - Item 65, line 82, 1968 "Orthotopic homotransplant of mammalian heart"2004-017-091 Color/sound 10 min. - Copy #3 - Letter enclosed - Line 71, [1964]2004-017-080 Drs. Kondo, Gradel, Kantor - pre 1970 - Sound - Harold Friedman photographer - Line 85, 19642004-017-101 Color/sound - copy 2 - 16mm - Line 87, 1964 Pirate2004-017-081 (First part of film) - Line 76, 1969 Aug 82004-017-082 (Second part of film) - Line 77 - PO#21640, 1969 Aug 8 Puppy heart transplant - No sound2004-017-096 New release print - Item 14 - Line 72, 1972 Apr 72004-017-071 Item #10A - Line 83, 1972 Apr 72004-017-074 Item #10B - Line 84, 1972 Apr 7 Other2004-017-103 Original Maimonides - "20 day dog" - Ekt. 14 - Line 62, undated2004-017-102 Original Maimonides heart transplant - No. 2, Puppy - Reel #1 - Line 63, undated2004-017-070 Heart transplant out - Outs - Workprint - Line 65, undated2004-017-093 Waste, heart transplant #1, WHP - Line 69, undated2004-017-094 Heart transplant (Dureau) - Original - Maimonides - Line 70, undated2004-017-087 Allotransplantation - Original 1 1/2 min - Pirate/Kuru - Maimonides - Line 74, undated2004-017-086 EKT Original - Item 22 - 7255 - Maimonides Medical Center - Approx. 175 - 1st original stage pirate + EKG - Line 75, 1968 Apr 262004-017-111 Workprint of 42 day (62) and 92 day dog and heart transplant - #2 (minus donor heart) - 4 parts - 1) set up and opening chest 2) taking out the heart 3) start suturing 4) finishing sutures & beginning close chest - Line 79, undated2004-017-072 "Original Ent ef -7242 heart perfusion - Dog 3/68 - Dr. Koga - 10B - Item 16, line 80, 1968?2004-017-069 7255 Maimonides "heart transplant" - (Dureau) - Item 4, line 90, undated2004-017-090 Drs. Koga/Carstensen - Orig. cadaver dog + pirate - Item 46a, line 92, undated2004-017-097 Original dog heart, 1st dog - Line 97, undated2004-017-098 Cadaver heart transplant - 99th post-op day - (Angiogram) straight print - #6596 - Line 99, 1968 Aug 292004-017-095 Pirate catheterization - Original - Sinai Hospital - Line 102, 1970 Dec 72004-017-079 Unedited pirate catheterization - Sinai Hospital - Print #4 - Line 103, 1970 Dec 72004-017-089 Research - Angio - Dog - Line 107, undated2004-017-085 Cadaver dog + pirate - Workprint - Dr. Koga and Carstensen - Line 108, undated Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP), 1969 Valve-balloon pumping in dog - Drs. Jaron and Tomachek - X-ray original cineangiogram - K9734 - Item #27, line #40, 1969 Apr2004-017-019 Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle (MAV), 1965-19672004-025-021 Booster heart - Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz - Silent 24 fps - Line 18, undated2004-017-025 Mrs. Ceraso - Cineangiogram - U-shape mech aux - Line #19, 19672004-017-030 Angiogram and aortagram - First U-shape pump in human - Line #26, [1967?]2004-017-105 Aux. ventricle - Orig. Kod. II - Line #27, undated2004-017-106 Maimonides Hospital - Aux. ventricle - Orig. Kod. II - PO #5515 - Line 98, undated2005-036-002 Research film - Dog #2408, 1965 Feb 162005-036-001 Research film - Possibly 1965, undated2005-036-003 Research film - Possibly 1965, undated Orsi, 1972 "The clinical trial of a partial artificial heart"2004-017-040 (Orsi) - Item #66, line #51, 19722004-017-039 (Dr. Kantrowitz) - Copies of 1972 film made by Mr. Buttice in 1983 - Line #53, 19722004-017-038 (Dr. Kantrowitz) - Copies of 1972 film made by Mr. Buttice in 1983 - Line #115, 19722004-017-037 Release print - Orsi patch pt. #2 - Line #130, 1972 Patch Booster Dog, 19702004-025-023 Film strip titled "Post-op dogs" - May be on colony of patch booster dogs being pumped - Item 44, line #21, undated2004-017-033 Master dog #2 patch test - Reel 1, unedited - Item #26, line #39, 1970 Sep 102004-017-032 Dog patch test #2, reel #1 - Unedited - Copy #3 - Line #96, 1970 Sep 10 Prosthetic Myocardium, 1975-19802004-017-036 Prosthetic myocardium work print - April 1975 - 3 exposures - Item #47 - Line #12, 1975 Apr O. Hamada: Prosthetic myocardium - 1 min. film, color/ cineangiography, ASAIO2004-017-027 Best print - 1 stop under - Line #13, 19752004-017-020 Normal - too light - Item #40A, line #14, 19752004-017-022 1-1/2 stops under - too pink - Item #41, line #15, 19752004-017-021 2 stops under - unacceptable - Item #42, line #16, 19752004-017-029 Normal, too light - Item #40B, line #91, 1975 Mt. Sinai Hospital; prosthetic myocardium - 1 orig. and 1 timed workprint, and 1 neg. workprint2004-017-026 Sec. try, orig. in graphic arts. Sinai Hosp. work print dog lab 7/80 - PO#313783 - Line #35A, 19802004-017-025 1st workprint, do not print - Line #35B, 19802004-017-023 Original - do not project - Line #35C, 19802004-017-024 Return to Sinai, 7180, line #35D, 1980 Other, 1952-19752004-017-127 Cineangiogram #14650-C - "Travoli", image reversed - Line #8, 1981 Mar 202004-025-022 Wayne State Med. - Normal, 7242 - Work print 13? - Item #43, line #20, 1974 Dec 162004-025-024 No label on canister or film reel; on leader: C3111 film opticals x-rays - Line #22, undated2004-025-025 Kantrowitz - Do not project - B/W master - Head up - Item 35, line #23 - Sinai Hospital surg. research, 19752004-025-026 No identification (EKC embossed can) - Line 25, undated2004-017-100 Kantrowitz - Heart in vitro test - Line #30, undated2004-017-126 "Benjamin" - Angiogram Nov 21, 1980 - Operation Oct 21, 1980 - Good contrast - Control #27640-C - Line #31, 19802004-017-107 Maimonides Hospital. Photography by Harold Friedman. Grant #06510 HE 1173 - From A. Paganelli (NY) to Mrs. Baldwin - Item #30, line #41, undated2004-025-027 Research dog - Cineangiogram on Dr. Patency dog - no. 1 2074 - No. 2. 199 - Line 44A, 1966 Nov 212004-017-124 10/5/88 - To be identified - Set 1.10 - Line #46, undated Part of film to Bea and Ben - Kodachrome 8mm - Line 612004-017-101 [1 of 2], 1952 Sep 202004-017-123 [2 of 2], 1952 Sep 202004-025-029 FC 20251 - Sinai Hospital - Left ventriculargram - Pre-operative - Line 117, 1975 May 7 F.O.B. 7580 - Maimonides Hospital - Dr. [Okura?] - Neg. - Wound films, strips and neg. - Line 1242004-017-116 [1 of 7], 19612004-017-117 [2 of 7], 19612004-017-118 [3 of 7], 19612004-017-119 [4 of 7], 19612004-017-120 [5 of 7], 19612004-017-121 [6 of 7], 19612004-017-122 [7 of 7], 19612004-025-013 Artificial heart in operation, undated Cineangiogram booster heart2004-025-020A Fg master main, undated2004-025-020B Fg master rest, undated2004-025-019 Original x-ray, undated2004-025-018A Re print, undated2004-025-018B Re print, undated2004-025-010 Close up of artificial auricle in action, undated2004-025-002 Dissection of left pulmonary artery, undated2004-025-014 Dog 1st booster heart, 1966 Jun 82004-025-003 Equipment incisions, undated2004-025-004 Grasping left pulmonary artery. Elastic ligature for cutting, undated2004-025-006 Heparinizing animal and cannulating right femoral artery, undated2004-025-009 Manometer with negative pressure in vacuum auricle, undated2004-025-012 Old titles, undated2004-025-007 Placing plastic clip on auricular appendage, undated2004-025-008 Procaine in pericardial sac and nicking pericardium, undated2004-025-005 Right pulmonary artery tourniquet, undated2004-025-011 Stitches 4 and 5 in suturing the ventricle, undated2004-025-001 Title - The vessels around the heart are isolated. ligatures, undated2180 LVAD digitized films, tapes 1-3 [Panasonic DV cassettes], [ca. 2004] Series 10: Writings, 1944-2002 (Bulk 1963-1979)
    The Writings series contains published and draft material authored and co-authored by Kantrowitz, with co-authored items making up the majority. Among the subjects covered are: peripheral arterial blood flow, urinary bladder stimulation, heart transplantation, the implantable cardiac pacemaker, a percutaneous energy transmission system, and various forms of the mechanical auxiliary ventricle. Writings is arranged in two sub-series: Journal Articles and Draft Material. The first sub-series includes a numbered bibliography of selected Kantrowitz writings, which are in rough chronological order. All of the published journal articles, reprints, and reports from this bibliography are arranged by their bibliography number. The second sub-series consists of miscellaneous rough drafts and illustrations from published works; it is arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    Journal Articles, 1944-20022181 List of journal articles (bibliography), [2002]2182 JA 1-12, 1944-19552183 JA 13-22, 1954-19592184 JA 23-24, 1960-19612185 JA 25-38, 1962-19642186 JA 39-49, 1964-19662187 JA 50-60, 1965-19672188 JA 61-64, 19662189 JA 65-76, 1966-19672190 JA 77-86, 1966-19682191 JA 87-102, 1967-19692192 JA 103-114, 1968-19702193 JA 115-126, 1968-19722194 JA 127-138, 1970-1974221 JA 139-148, 1973-1975222 JA 149-157, 1974-1976223 JA 158-165, 1975-1976224 JA 166-176, 1977-1980225 JA 177, 1980226 JA 178-179, 1981227 JA 180-184, 1982-1983228 JA 185-192, 1983-1986229 JA 193-200, 1986-19902210 JA 201-211, 1986-19902211 JA 212-215, 1989-19922212 JA 216-223, 1992-20022213 [Dimensions in American Judaism], 1968 Summer Draft Material, 1955-19802214 Arterial Pressure Monitoring AK - Draft for Paper, undated2215-16 Comp. Control IABP [- Notes for JA 150?], 1975-19762217 Prosthetic myocardium draft article - Dr. Igari, 1980 Mar-Apr2218 Subject 2 - Augmentation [JA 12], [ca. 1955] Series 11: Presentations and Talks, 1950-1970
    This series contains speeches, lists of speeches, transcripts, abstracts, drafts, programs, correspondence, clippings, and printed matter separated from Series 12: Conferences, Meetings, and Events. The speeches in these folders were delivered by Kantrowitz and others at several professional events in the 1960s. Speech subjects include the future of cardiology and advancements in cardiac support devices. Researchers should note that the series is not a comprehensive gathering of Kantrowitz's talks. Mention is made in Series 12 folders of other presentations given by Kantrowitz, but those folders do not contain the actual speeches. The material is arranged chronologically by event date.

    2219 Talks given by Dr. Kantrowitz, 1950-19652220 ["Problems in Bladder Stimulation" by] Dr. Tage Hald - Maimonides Research Hospital Society, 1965 Nov 152221 List for 1966, 19662222 ["Mechanical Support to the Failing Heart" - Association for the Advancement of] Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) meeting, Boston, 1966 Jul 282223 ["Frontiers in Heart Surgery" -] Rhode Island Medical Society, Providence, 1967 May 102224 ["Mechanical Support to the Failing Heart" -] Dusseldorf, Germany, 1967 Jun 15-172225 ["Plastics for Assisting the Failing Heart" -] Symposium on Plastics and the Human Body - National Plastics Conference, Chicago, 1968 Nov 12-152226 [Balloon pump hardware] - Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology (P.S. Freed), 1968 Nov 18-212227 ["Future of Cardiology" -] Asian-Pacific Society of Cardiology Plenary Session, [1968]2228 [Permanent cardiac support devices] - Sujansky talk - New York Heart Association, 1969 Apr 242229 "Phase-shift Balloon Pumping in Medically Refractory Cardiogenic Shock: Results in 29 Patients" (Butner) - American College of Surgeons - Surgical Forum, San Francisco, 1969 Oct 82230 ["It's Not Because We're Over 30...." -] Talks - Misc. corres. and info., 1969-1970 Series 12: Conferences, Meetings, and Events, 1958-1985 (Bulk 1966-1973)
    This series provides information about the various conferences, workshops, meetings, dinners, award ceremonies, and other professional events Kantrowitz attended or was invited to over a thirty-year period. These are regional, national, and international events devoted to topics from cardiovascular surgery, thoracic surgery, and medical and biological engineering. One folder of note covers an exchange of surgical apparatus and information that followed Kantrowitz's visit to the USSR in the late 1950s. Materials types found in Series 12 include programs, correspondence, travel kits, manuscripts, drafts, membership applications, printed matter, name tags, and expense reports. The files are arranged chronologically by event date. Folders with lists of multiple events are filed at the beginning of the year the first event takes place (e.g. the folder "National meetings (July 1, 1970 to December 31, 1971)" is filed at the beginning of 1970).

    2231 Conference on Methodology and Problems in Artificial Internal Organs, [1958 Jan 15]2232 A.K. Visit to USSR - [Soviet surgical] stapler, 1959-19632233 New Mexico Heart Association, 1961 May 26-272234 Bladder Stimulation - American Medical Association (AMA) Multiple Discipline Research Forum, 1963 [Jun 16-20]2235 Bellevue Hospital, 1965 Dec 142236 Brooklyn Surgical Society, 1966 Feb 32237 Albert Einstein College of Medicine surgical grand rounds [- "The Artificial Heart"], 1966 Apr 212238 Brooklyn College, 1966 May 132239 American Institute of Consulting Engineers, 1966 Jun 12240 Veterans Administration Hospital, Castle Point, NY, 1966 Jun 72241 Award - Academy of Achievement, 1966 Jun 182242 European Society of Cardiovascular Surgery, Amsterdam, 1966 Jun 26-292243 American College of Cardiology (ACC) - State Dept Circuit Course, Colombia/Peru/Brazil, 1966 Jul 6-212244 American College of Cardiology (ACC) - U.S. State Dept Tour - [Crowley parcel], 1966 Jul 6-212245 IX International Congress on Diseases of Chest, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1966 Aug 20-252246 New York State Heart Assembly, Syracuse, 1966 Sep 102247 American College of Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, 1966 Oct 10-142248 Heart Block Symposium, Tel Aviv, 1966 Oct 25-262249 Federation dinner, Americana Hotel, 1966 Nov 22250 Ridgeboro Medical Society, Brooklyn, NY, 1966 Nov 102251 [Society of Biology and Medicine], Brooklyn College [contains photograph], 1966 Nov 142252 New Haven Medical Association, 1966 Nov 162253 American College of Chest Physicians, NY, 1966 Nov 172254 Bay Surgical Society, Los Angeles, CA, 1966 Nov 172255 American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1966 Nov 28231 University of Tennessee College of Medicine continuing education course, 1966 Dec 1232 Hudson County Medical Society, Jersey City, NJ, 1966 Dec 6233 Federation of Jewish Philanthropies, 1966 Dec 11234 American College of Physicians, Biltmore [Hotel] NYC, 1967 Jan 18-19235 ["New Horizons in Cardiac Surgery"], Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1967 Jan 21236 Queen County Medical Society, 1967 Jan 31237 New York Heart Association, Inc. - Joe Franklin radio program, 1967 Feb 2238 Brooklyn Hall of Fame - [Man of the Year Award], 1967 Feb 4239 American College of Chest Physicians, Los Angeles, 1967 Feb 6-102310 [Aaron Brown Lecture - Phi Delta Epsilon, New York Medical College], 1967 Feb 132311 American College of Cardiology, Washington DC, 1967 Feb 15-192312 American College of Surgeons - New York sectional meeting, 1967 Feb 27-282313 Holy Name Hospital, Teaneck, NJ, 1967 Feb 282314 [Biological Society of the] City College, 1967 Mar 22315 Phi Delta Epsilon, Georgetown University, Washington DC, 1967 Mar 62316 Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center dinner, 1967 Mar 82317 American College of Physicians, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, 1967 Mar 102318 American College of Cardiology, Los Angeles, CA, 1967 March 10-122319 State University of New York (SUNY) (4 p.m.), 1967 Mar 202320 Passaic County Heart Association, Paterson, NJ, 1967 Mar 212321 Mount Sinai Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, [1967 Mar 30]2322 "New Directions in Cardiovascular Surgery", Elmhurst City Hospital, 1967 Apr 62323 [Man of the Year Award -] Leominster, MA, 1967 Apr 8-92324 Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1967 Apr 132325 American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS), Hotel Americana, NY, 1967 Apr 17-192326 Somerset Hospital, 1967 Apr 202327 Connecticut State Medical Society, Hartford, 1967 Apr 272328 Illinois Heart Association, Peoria, 1967 Apr 282329 Indiana University Medical Center, 1967 May 12330 Baptist Hospital, Miami, FL, 1967 May 11-132331 Cleveland Clinic Educational Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, [1967 May 17]2332 [Illustrious Alumni Award -] Park Sheraton Hotel, 1967 May 172333 Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, [1967 May 20]2334 New York Medical College [Surgical Conference], 1967 May 242335 Bronx High School of Science (3:20 p.m.), 1967 Jun 22336 Suffolk Academy of Medicine, Hauppauge, Long Island, 1967 Jun 72337 [Vermont/]New Hampshire Medical Society [cancelled attendance], [1967 Jun 12-15]2338 American College of Chest Physicians, Atlantic City [cancelled attendance], 1967 Jun 15-192339 United Aircraft Research Laboratories, Hartford, CT, 1967 Jul 72340 77th International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering, Stockholm, Sweden, 1967 Aug 14-192341 Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, [1967 Aug 31-Sep 1]2342 International Cardiovascular Society, Vienna, Austria, [1967 Sep 7-9]2343 Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, MA (9:00 a.m.) [contains photographs], 1967 Sep 232344 Nassau Academy of Medicine, Garden City, Long Island (8:30 p.m.), 1967 Sep 282345 American College of Surgeons, 1967 Oct 1-62346 American College of Surgeons, Chicago, IL [contains photographs], 1967 Oct 2-62347 Ocean Medical Society, Brooklyn, NY, Coney Island Hospital (9:00 p.m.), [1967 Oct 16]2348 American Heart Association, San Francisco, 1967 Oct 192349 Boston University Medical Center (1:00 p.m.), 1967 Oct 302350 New York Academy of Medicine, 19672351 New York Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, [1968 Feb 16]2352 New York Society of Thoracic Surgery, [1968 May 16]2353 [American Medical Association - 117th annual convention, San Francisco, 1968 Jun 16-202354 Surgical Forum - Phase Shift Balloon Pump, [1968 Oct 14-18]2355 American Heart Association meeting, 1968 Nov 21-242356 8th ICEMB (Inter-University Research Center for Interaction between Electro-Magnetic Fields and Biological Systems) - "Determination of Heart Parameters by Use of a Ventricular Assist Pump" (Shastri, S. et al), [1968?]2357 American Heart Association, Phoenix, AZ, [1969 Mar 26-28]2358 [American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS), San Francisco, CA], [1969 Mar 31-Apr 2]2359 International Anesthesia Research Society, FL (43rd Congress), 1969 Mar2360 New York Heart Association - Scientific Session on Research, 1969 Apr 242361 Pediatric postgraduate symposium, 1969 May 25-272362 8th International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering, 1969 Jul 20-252363 Surgical Forum - Patch Booster Aortic Occlusive Balloon - Catheter, [1969 Oct 6-10]2364 Symposium on Emergency Medical Care, Hahnemann Medical College - AK: "Cardiopulmonary Assist Devices: Uses and Limitations", 1969 Dec 8-122365 New York Surgical Society - 1968-69 Program, 1968-19692366 National meetings (July 1, 1970 to December 31, 1971), 19702367 St. John's Episcopal Hospital (9 p.m.), 1970 Jan 62368 South Shore Hospital, Miami Beach, FL, 1970 Jan 82369 Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Lab, 1970 Jan 132370 New Brunswick, NJ (9:00 a.m.), 1970 Jan 142371 New York Surgical Society, Academy of Medicine (discuss Dr. Lillihei's paper) (8 p.m.), 1970 Jan 142372 Middlesex General Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ, 1970 Jan 142373 Sharon Clinic, 1970 Jan 172374 Bronx High School of Science, 1970 Feb 202375 Podiatry Society [Public Health Award], New York City, 1970 Feb 212376 American College of Surgeons, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1970 Feb 24-282377 American College of Cardiology, New Orleans, LA, 1970 Feb 25-Mar 12378 American College of Cardiology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, NYC, 1970 Mar 19-212379 Missouri Heart Association, Muehlebach Hotel (9:00-10:30 a.m.), 1970 Apr 42380 American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS), Washington DC, 1970 Apr 62381 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Montreal (8:15 p.m.), 1970 Apr 132382 Madison, Wisconsin, 1970 Apr 162383 Central New York Heart Association (Nurses meeting), 1970 Apr 232384 City College New York (CCNY) (12:00 noon), 1970 Apr 302385 Salt Lake City site inspection, 1970 Sep 1-22386 Mount Sinai, New York (12:10 p.m.), 1970 Sep 262387 Project Cardiac Care, 1970 Oct 9-102388 American College of Surgeons, Chicago, 1970 Oct 12-162389 Associated Cardiac Leagues, Inc., 1970 Oct 142390 St. Joseph Hospital, Pontiac, 1970 Oct 282391 Genesee County Medical Society, 1970 Nov 72392 American Heart Association - [Cooperative study group - P/S balloon pump], [1970 Nov 10-11]2393 Connecticut Thoracic Society, 1970 Nov 192394 Regional Meeting Myocardial Infarction, Scranton, PA, 1970 Nov 202395 Michigan State University - College of Human Medicine, 1970 Nov 302396 Milton Roy Company, 1970 Dec 72397 Site inspection, Philadelphia, PA, 1970 Dec 92398 Christmas party, Raleigh House (7:00 p.m.), 1970 Dec 172399 Detroit Receiving Hospital, 1971 Jan 923100 Adult Institute, 1971 Jan 2623101 American College of Cardiology, 1971 Feb 323102 American Trial Lawyers Association, Las Vegas, NV, 1971 Feb 2523103 Ann Arbor, 1971 Mar 2523104 Connecticut Association for Inhalation Therapy (CAIT), Meriden, CT, 1971 Apr 2-323105 Oakland University - Mr. Paul T. Elder, 1971 Apr 623106 Berk Foundation - Max Berg Award, 1971 Apr 1823107 Site review, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1971 Apr 21-2223108 Middle Tennessee Heart Association, 1971 Apr 3023109 Rhode Island Heart Association, 1971 May 1323110 Television appearance, Boston, MA, 1971 May 1823111 Michigan Society for Inhalation Therapy, 1971 May 2023112 Melbourne, Australia, 1971 May 27-2923113 American Medical Association (AMA) meeting, Atlantic City, NJ, 1971 Jun 2323114 Saint Paul, MN, 1971 Jul 15-1723115 International Cardiovascular Society, Moscow, 1971 Aug 26-2823116 Honorary degree - Michigan Technological University, 1971 Aug 2723117 Transplantation Society, New York, 1971 Sep 9-1023118 William Beaumont Hospital, 1971 Sep 15241 Site review trip, Boston, MA, 1971 Sep 22-25242 Philadelphia General Hospital, 1971 Sep 29243 American College of Cardiology, 1971 [Oct 8-9]244 Genesee County Medical Society - Academy of General Practitioners, [1971 Oct 12]245 Michigan Heart Association, 1971 Oct 15246 American College of Surgeons, Atlantic City, 1971 Oct 18-22247 Providence Hospital, 1971 Oct 30248 Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Las Vegas, NV, 1971 Oct 31-Nov 4249 American College of Cardiology, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, 1971 Nov 32410 American Heart Association, Anaheim, CA, 1971 Nov 11-142411 State University of New York (SUNY), 1971 Nov 192412 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Buffalo, NY, 1971 Nov 192413 Sinai Hospital retreat program, 1971 Nov 212414 American Technion Society, 1971 Nov 212415 Ontario, Canada, 1971 Nov 242416 Cardiorama IV, Pittsburgh, PA, 1971 Dec 22417 Edgewater Hospital, Chicago, 1971 Dec 72418 Great Lakes Club, 1971 Dec 82419 Academy of Surgery of Detroit meetings, 1972-19742420 Congregation Beth Abraham [10:00 a.m.], 1972 Jan 92421 Congregation B'nai Moshe (Town hall lecture forum) [6:30 p.m.], 1972 Jan 92422 Michigan College of Osteopathic Internists, 1972 Jan 152423 Board of Trustees meeting, 1972 Jan 172424 Society of Thoracic Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, 1972 Jan 24-252425 Medical Society of the State of New York, 1972 Feb 152426 Detroit Medical Club, 1972 Feb 172427 Wayne State University, 1972 Feb 242428 Michigan Society of Hospital Pharmacists, 1972 Feb 292429 American College of Cardiology, Chicago, IL, 1972 Mar 1-52430 Jersey Shore Medical Center, 1972 Mar 112431 Newark, New Jersey, 1972 Mar 152432 Saginaw County Medical Society, 1972 Mar 212433 Chalmers Lyons Academy, 1972 Mar 222434 Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Miami, FL, 1972 Mar 242435 Adrian College, 1972 Apr 102436 Michigan Heart Association, 1972 Apr 112437 Engineering Activity Council, Wayne State University, 1972 Apr 122438 Michigan Heart Association - Nurses Day, 1972 Apr 142439 American Veterinary Medical Association student chapter, 1972 Apr 222440 Eastern Regional Osteopathic Convention, Concord Hotel, 1972 Apr 27-302441 Distinguished lecture series - American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, [1972 Apr 28-May 1]2442 Alpha Omega Alpha, 1972 May 12443 American Technion Society, Baltimore, MD, 1972 May 92444 Rutgers University, Sigma Xi, 1972 May 102445 Heineman lecture, Charlotte, NC, 1972 May 182446 University of Detroit awards dinner [contains photographs], 1972 May 202447 Columbus, Ohio, 1972 May 222448 Orange County Heart Association, Anaheim, CA, 1972 May 25-272449 Rho Chi society (pharmacy) - [Roland T. Lakey Lecture Award], 1972 Jun 12450 Bay County Medical Society, 1972 Jun 142451 American Medical Association (AMA) annual convention, San Francisco, CA, 1972 Jun 18-222452 Alumni Day, 1972 Jun 20-212453 National Institutes of Health (NIH) site review, Houston, TX, 1972 Jun 20-222454 International Cardiovascular Society meeting, Carmel, CA, 1972 Jun 22-242455 8th International Congress of Angiology, Rio de Janeiro, 1972 Jul 24-302456 Regensburg, Germany, 1972 Aug 10-132457 Site visit - Northwestern University, 1972 Aug 31-Sep 12458 Hahnemann Medical College, 1972 Sep 11-152459 [VI Jornadas Angiologicas Argentinas in Rosario], 1972 Sep 21-232460 4th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, San Francisco, CA, 1972 Sep 24-292461 Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Miami Beach, FL, 1972 Oct 1-52462 Clinical Congress, American College of Surgeons (ACS), San Francisco, 1972 Oct 2-62463 National Institutes of Health (NIH), Washington DC, 1972 Oct 62464 Mount Carmel, 1972 Oct 112465 New England Osteopathic Assembly, Falmouth, MA, 1972 Oct 12-152466 Boston, Massachusetts, 1972 Oct 212467 American College of Chest Physicians, Denver, CO, 1972 Oct 24-262468 [Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) lecture,] Dallas, Texas, 1972 Nov 62469 Cleveland Clinic, 1972 Nov 102470 American Heart Association meeting, Dallas, TX, 1972 Nov 16-192471 Pennsylvania State University [contains photograph], 1972 Dec 82472 Oakland University, 1972 Dec 112473 Oakwood Hospital, 1972 Dec 132474 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), New Orleans, LA, 1973 Jan 192475 Technion meeting, Miami, FL, 1973 Feb 9-112476 American College of Cardiology, San Francisco, CA, 1973 Feb 14-182477 Michigan Heart Association, Saginaw, MI, 1973 Mar 22478 Menorah Medical Center seminar, Kansas City, MO, 1973 Mar 162479 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), 1973 Mar 222480 Podiatry Association, 1973 Apr 32481 Adrian College, 1973 Apr 142482 Groningen/The Netherlands, 1973 Apr 15-192483 Purdue University, 1973 Apr 202484 American Veterinary Medical Association - Student chapter, 1973 Apr 222485 University of Vermont, 1973 Jun 52486 Indiana University, 1973 Jun 72487 International Cardiovascular Society, Toronto, Canada, 1973 Jun 21-232488 American Society for Engineering Education - Iowa State University, 1973 Jun 262489 6th Congress - Society of Organ Transplantation, Villa Ponti, Italy, 1973 Sep 13-152490 [International Cardiovascular Society meeting,] Barcelona, Spain, 1973 Sep 22-272491 American College of Surgeons (ACS), Chicago, 1973 Oct 15-192492 Cleveland Clinic, 1973 Oct 19-202493 Bon Secours Hospital, 1973 Nov 12494 Botsford Hospital, 1973 Nov 52495 American Heart Association meeting, Atlantic City, NJ, 1973 Nov 8-112496 Michigan Cardiopulmonary Society, 1973 Nov 92497 Benton Harbor, MI, Mercy Hospital, 1973 Nov 152498 American Society for Technion, Wilton, CT, 1973 Nov 272499 Berk Foundation dinner, New York, 1973 Dec 224100 Wayne County Medical Society - Johnston dinner, 1973 Dec 724101 American Society for Technion, Norwalk, CT, 1974 Feb 724102 American College of Cardiology, New York City, 1974 Feb 11-1424103 McLaren General Hospital, 1974 Mar 1624104 University of Cincinnati, 1974 Mar 2124105 Temple Emanu-El, 1974 Mar 2924106 University of Pennsylvania, 1974 Apr 1824107 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Hartford, CT, 1974 May 1724108 Oakland Community College, 1974 May 1924109 Atomic Energy Commission meeting, 1974 Jun 4-524110 Downington, PA, 1974 Jun 7-924111 Engineering meeting, Troy, NY, 1974 Jun 1824112 Professor Raoul DeVillier's visit, 1974 [Aug 7-13]24113 International College of Surgeons - North Detroit General Hospital, 1974 Aug 20-2124114 WTVS [Channel 56], 1974 Sep 324115 Michigan Heart Association - Harper Hospital, 1974 Sep 2024116 Kolff Foundation, 1974 Oct 924117 American College of Surgeons meeting, Miami, FL, 1974 Oct 21-2524118 Lecture freshman class, 1975 Jan 2824119 American College of Cardiology, Houston, TX, 1975 Feb 10-1324120 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), Boston, MA, 1975 Mar 1924121 Medical seminar - Lake of the Ozarks, MO, 1975 May 2-424122 University of Chicago, 1975 May 6-724123 Los Angeles, CA Technion, 1975 Sep 2124124 XXIII International Tuberculosis Conference, Mexico City, 1975 Sep 22-2624125 National Institutes of Health (NIH) site visit, Bethesda, MD, 1975 Oct 324126 Ford Hospital cardiac surgery symposium, 1975 Oct 6-924127 American College of Surgeons, San Francisco, 1975 Oct 12-1724128 Talk - Department of Oral Surgery, 1975 Oct 1324129 Pan American Medical Association, Inc, 1975 Nov 1624130 Grace Hospital, 1975 Nov 1924131 [Proposed balloon pump and heart assist device conference (never happened)], 1973-197524132 Temple Beth Abraham, 1976 Feb 824133 American College of Cardiology, New Orleans, LA, 1976 Feb 23-2624134 Vth International Symposium on Cardiac Pacing, Tokyo, Japan, 1976 Mar 14-1824135 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) - St. Paul Surgical Society visit, 1976 Mar 17-1824136 University of Detroit, [1976 Mar?]24137 Aaron Brown lecture - University of Michigan, 1976 May 1924138 McLaren Hospital, 1976 May 2224139 Indian Physicians Association, [1976 Jun 5]24140 Wayne State University, [1976 Aug 5]24141 Wayne State Alumni Day, [1976 Oct 8-9]251 American College of Surgeons (ACS), Chicago, 1976 Oct 11-15252 Sinai Hospital - "Assisted Circulation - Permanent", 1976 Oct 29253 New York - Technion, 1976 Nov 3254 Association of Operating Room Technicians (AORT), Troy, MI, 1976 Nov 6-7255 Michigan State Medical Society, Dearborn, 1976 Nov 9256 American Heart Association, Miami Beach, 1976 Nov 15-18257 American College of Cardiology, Las Vegas, NV, 1977 Mar 7-10258 Saint John Hospital, Detroit, 1977 Mar 23259 [Mercy Hospital Heart Day], Des Moines, IA, 1977 Apr 212510 Ann Arbor - Nurses meeting, 1977 May 42511 North Detroit General Hospital, 1977 May 132512 American Society of Extra-Corporeal Technology (AMSECT), Toledo, OH, 1977 Jun 42513 Ohio Osteopathic Association, 1977 Jun 15-192514 Detroit General Hospital, 1977 Aug 252515 Artificial Organs, Tokyo, 1977 Aug 26-282516 Life Science Club - University of Detroit, 1977 Oct 62517 American College of Surgeons, Dallas, TX, 1977 Oct 17-212518 American College of Chest Physicians, Las Vegas, NV, 1977 Oct 30-Nov 32519 Bon Secours Hospital, 1977 Nov 172520 Central DuPage Hospital, Winfield, IL, 1977 Dec 72521 International College of Surgeons, Fukushima, Japan, 1977 Dec 13-162522 Illinois County Heart Association, 1978 Jan 202523 Wayne State University student lecture, 1978 Jan 262524 [American College of Osteopathic Surgeons postgraduate course,] Detroit, MI, [1978 Jan 28]2525 American College of Cardiology, Anaheim, CA, 1978 Mar 72526 Talk - University of Michigan, 1978 Apr 202527 Society for Biomaterials, San Antonio, TX, 1978 Apr 292528 Heritage Hospital talk, 1978 May 32529 Michigan Cardiology Technologists Association, 1978 May 52530 Visiting professorship, Iran, 1978 May2531 St. Clair College, 1978 Jun 142532 Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1978 Jul 22533 [Cardiac Symposium,] Long Beach, CA, 1978 Oct 72534 Cardiovascular Surgery Conference, Sinai, 1978 Oct 122535 American College of Surgeons, San Francisco, 1978 Oct 16-202536 Quadrangle dinner, 1978 Oct 252537 Macomb Dietetic Association, 1978 Oct 272538 American College of Chest Physicians, 1978 Nov 22539 North Detroit General Hospital, 1978 Nov 102540 Michigan Biomedical Materials Group, 1978 Dec 72541 [City Club forum,] Cleveland, 1978 Dec 7-82542 Sao Paulo, Brazil (ISAO), 1979 [Feb 18-21]2543 National Institutes of Health (NIH) site review - University of Arizona Medical School, Tucson, 1979 Feb 26-272544 American College of Cardiology, Miami Beach, 1979 Mar 11-152545 Michigan Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Ann Arbor, 1979 Apr 202546 International Society for Artificial Internal Organs, New York, 1979 Apr 20-212547 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), Las Vegas, 1979 May 20-242548 Henry Ford Hospital, 1979 Jul 182549 Julien Priver, M.D., 1979 Aug 202550 North Detroit General Hospital, 1979 Aug 272551 [World Symposium Artificial Heart,] Berlin, 1979 Sep 25-272552 [International Workshop on Artificial Organs,] Sorrento, 1979 Oct 3-52553-54 American College of Surgeons, Chicago, 1979 Oct 21-262555 American College of Chest Physicians, Houston, TX, 1979 Nov 4-82556 Hutzel Hospital, 1979 Nov 292557 Edison Foundation, Baton Rouge, LA, 1979 Dec 62558 National Institutes of Health (NIH) contractor's meeting, Bethesda, MD, 1979 Dec 10-122559 Wayne State University (WSU) freshmen lecture - Orange Hall, 1980 Jan 42560 World Congress of Cardiology, Santo Domingo, 1980 Jan 15-182561 Botsford Hospital, 1980 Jan 232562 Saint John Hospital, Detroit, 1980 Feb 292563 American College of Cardiology, Houston, 1980 Mar 9-132564 Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) meeting, San Francisco, 1980 Apr 142565 Michigan Cardiology Technologists Association, 1980 Apr 252566 Detroit Osteopathic Hospital, 1980 May 122567 [Feedback - Live TV program], 1980 Jun 42568 Oakland University, 1980 Jun 112569 International Cardiovascular Society annual meeting, Chicago, IL, 1980 Jun 26-282570 XI Interamerican Congress of Cardiology, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1980 Sep 7-132571 American College of Surgeons, Atlanta, GA, 1980 Oct 19-242572 Sinai Hospital Guild, 1980 Nov 12573 National Institutes of Health (NIH) contractor's conference, Bethesda, MD, 1980 Dec 1-32574 Michigan Society of Thoracic Surgeons, 1983 May 72575 Michigan Society of Thoracic Surgeons, 1984 Jun 152576 Critical Care Conference, Hamilton, Ontario, 1985 Apr 292577 International Society for Cardiovascular (CV) Surgery, Baltimore, MD, 1985 Jun 6-82578 International Society for Artificial Organs (ISAO), 5th World Congress, Chicago, IL, 1985 Oct 5-82579 American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 1985 Oct 30 Series 13: ASAIO (American Society for Artifical Internal Organs), 1955-1985
    Materials in this series document Kantrowitz's participation with the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs, of which he was president from 1968 to 1969. Among Kantrowitz's activities were aiding prospective members in preparing applications, submitting papers and abstracts, and attending the annual meetings. Material types in this series include membership applications, curriculum vitae, programs, fliers, abstracts, correspondence, printed matter, and letters of recommendation (which are restricted for 50 years). The series is arranged alphabetically by folder title, followed by annual meeting material which is arranged chronologically.

    261 Abstracts - Dead Manuscript, 1968262 Ad Hoc Committee, DID (Developments in Dialysis), 1966 Applications for membership, 1962-19682631962-1965264 (Work papers), 19652651965-19662661967267 Drafts, 1968268 Constitution and Bylaws, 1955269 [Correspondence], 1968-19692610 [Reprints], 1970 Annual meetings, 1962-19852611 [9th - Atlantic City, NJ], 1962-1963 [12th - Atlantic City, NJ], 19662612 "Compact Prosthetic Total Heart" (Akutsu, T.) [contains photographs], 19662613 Dr. Akutsu, remarks, 19662614 Dr. Kantrowitz's remarks [re: Auxiliary ventricle], 1966 [13th - Chicago, IL], 1967 Apr 15-162615 Abstracts, 19662616 [General], 1966-19672617 [14th] - Bladder Stimulator (Carstensen et al), 19682618 [15th] - Atlantic City, NJ, 1969 Apr 21-222619 [16th] - Washington, DC, 1970 Apr 9-102620 [17th] - Chicago, IL, 1971 Apr 19-202621 [18th] - Seattle, WA, 1972 Apr 16-18 [19th] - Boston, MA, 1973 Apr 8-9271 Abstract, 1973272 [General], 1972-1973273 [20th] - Chicago, IL, 1974 Apr 3-5274 [21st] - Washington, DC, 1975 Apr 17-19 [22nd] - San Francisco, CA, 1976 Apr 1-3275 [Abstract], 1975276 [General], 1975-1976277 [23rd] - Montreal, Canada, 1977 Apr 21-23 [24th] - Chicago, IL, 1978 Apr 27-29278 Abstracts, 1978279 [General], 19782710 [26th] - New Orleans, [LA], 1980 Apr 17-192711 [29th] - Toronto, [Canada], 1983 Apr 28-302712 [31st] - Atlanta, GA, 1985 May 1-3

    Collection Scope and Content Note

    Grant material, experiment data, patient medical records, correspondence, publications, conference material, publicity clippings, and audio-visual media (64 linear feet; 1944-2004) document Adrian Kantrowitz's professional career as a cardiovascular surgeon and investigator. Languages include French, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Russian, Jewish, Slovak, and Serbo-Croatian.

    Kantrowitz devoted his research to devising surgical procedures and mechanical assist devices to correct numerous physiological ailments, with a particular focus on aiding or replacing the failing heart. Six research project series (Series 2-7) document the surgical research conducted and mechanical devices developed by Kantrowitz and his colleagues at the Maimonides Hospital in Brooklyn and the Sinai Hospital of Detroit. They contain raw data and patient files from animal and human experiments, along with administrative records, correspondence, publications, and other material related to the development and promotion of their research. Records cover the following projects: Artificial Left Heart, Electronic Physiologic Aids, Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle, Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump, Heart Transplant, and Other Research Projects. The largest group of records is devoted to Kantrowitz's attempts at heart transplantation, with special attention given to the first human heart transplant performed on an infant in 1967. Information on the ongoing progress of Kantrowitz's research projects can also be found in the reports and invention statements in Series 1: Grants and Funding, which documents the grants and foundations that financed his research.

    Many of the films that made Kantrowitz a pioneer in research motion pictures are located in Series 9: Clinical Films. Included are recordings of the experimental dog and human surgeries that furthered his experience in areas such as cardiovascular surgery, electronic physiologic aids, and heart transplants.

    Copies of reprints, reports, and other published works from throughout his career are in Series 10: Writings. These articles highlight the ongoing development of Kantrowitz's mechanical devices as well as his circulatory, bladder stimulation, and surgical research. Articles covering Kantrowitz, his colleagues, his competitors, and the medical world at large are located in Series 8: Publicity.

    Kantrowitz's professional activities are documented in Series 11: Presentations and Talks; Series 12: Conferences, Meetings, and Events; and Series 13: ASAIO. Series 11 focuses on speeches presented by Kantrowitz and others in his field. Series 12 covers a wide range of regional, national, and international events devoted to topics from cardiovascular and thoracic surgery to medical and biomedical engineering. Series 13 provides information on Kantrowitz's activities as a member of the American Society for Artificial Internal Organs (ASAIO)

    Contents List
    Box | Folder Title
     
    Series 1: Grants and Funding, 1950-1990 [series]:

    The Grants and Funding series contains material related to the acquisition and renewal of funds to support the various research projects of Kantrowitz and his research team. There are three sub-series: Grants, Foundation Information, and Senate Testimony. The Grants sub-series documents the many grants that funded Kantrowitz's various circulatory studies, mechanical organ assist device projects, and experiments in implantation methods. The "Studies in Assisted Circulation" grant alone encompasses a variety of projects that include the dynamic aortic patch, U-shaped mechanical auxiliary ventricle, phase-shift balloon pump, and the dynamic prosthetic myocardium. This sub-series consists of applications, proposals, progress reports, drafts, correspondence, budget information, invoices, expense reports, floor plans, and invention statements. Grants are arranged chronologically by their initial start date, and folders are arranged chronologically within their respective grant titles.

    Drafts and completed versions of grant applications and proposals are restricted until 75 years after date of submission.

    The Foundation Information sub-series contains correspondence with and background information on private foundations. It is arranged alphabetically by foundation name, with foundations named after people filed under their surnames and summary binders which cover multiple foundations grouped at the end.

    The three folders in the Senate Testimony sub-series contain evaluations on the adequacy of federal support for biomedical developments; they are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

     
    Grants, 1950-1990 [subseries]:
     
    Research in Pediatric Vascular Surgery (Playtex Park Grant) [subseries]:
    1 1
    Valve Project, 1952-1955
    1 2
    Valve Project [contains photographs], 1955
    1 3
    52 R - 53 TR, 1955-1958
     
    Development of a Surgical Procedure for the Increase of Coronary Blood Flow [subseries]:
    1 4
    American Heart Association, 1955-1961
    1 5
    New York Heart Association, 1956-1961
     
    Augmentation of Coronary Blood Flow [subseries]:
    1 6
    Peripheral Arterial Flow [draft] [contains photographs], 1950-1954
    1 7
    USPHS Grant H-3023, 1955-1960
    1 8
    [Purchase requisitions], 1958-1960
    1 9
    [Fund activity reports], 1960-1961
     
    Experimental Construction of an 'Auxiliary Ventricle' [subseries]:
     
    Applications
    1 10
    USPHS H-5977 (C-1) Fund M-6204 [applications, correspondence and budget], 1958-1963
    R1 1
    USPHS H-5977 (Renewal 1962) MH-6204, 1962 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2037]
     
    Invention statement
    1 11
    MAV-AVCO - Dr. Nose, 1961-1964
    1 12
    Lists of exhibits in approximate chronological order, 1962-1963
    1 13-44
    Exhibit 1-32 [contains photographs], 1962-1964
    1 45
    Miscellaneous, 1962-1967
    1 46
    Invention statement - HE-05977, 1963-1964
    1 47
    Inventions - Auxiliary Ventricle, 1963-1967
    1 48
    Auxiliary ventricle - Draft responses to queries put by Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) - Copies, 1967
     
    Integrated Electronic Control of Physiologic Systems [subseries]:
     
    Applications
    R1 2-3
    Draft NIH application, 1961-1962 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2036-2037]
    R1 4
    Supplementary application - H-6510, 1963 Feb 26 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2038]
    1 49
    Grant renewal draft (1964-1965) - sent to Dr. Helvig, 1964
    R1 5
    NIH HE-06510-04 [application], 1964 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039]
    R1 6
    HE-06510-05 Continuation application, 1965 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040]
    R1 7
    HE-06510-06 Continuation application (draft material), 1965-1966 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2041]
    R1 8
    HE-06510-06 Continuation application (work papers), 1965-1966 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2041]
    R1 9
    HE-06510 [Continuation application], 1968 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2043]
     
    General
    1 50
    [Fundraising for research], 1960
    1 51-52
    USPHS H-6510 Fund M-6205 [applications, correspondence and reports], 1961-1963
    1 53
    USPHS H-6510-02 [applications, correspondence and reports], 1962-1965
    1 54
    6205-C2 - Expected overdraft (Aug 63), 1963
    1 55
    Invention statement - HE-06510, 1963-1965
    1 56-57
    HE-06510-04/05 File #3 [applications, correspondence, budgets and patents], 1963-1966
    1 58
    6205 Renewal - 04 - Budget worksheets, 1964
    1 59
    Hospitalization References and Authorization, HE-06510[-05], 1966
    1 60
    (6205) HE-06510-06 File #4, 1965-1968
    1 61
    Monitoring System (Sexy Suzy) (Human) - HE-06510-06, 1967 Aug 29-Sep 14
    1 62
    Report on work supported by Grant H-6510 since September 1, 1961, undated
     
    Electronic Stimulation for Control of Adynamic Ileus [subseries]:
    1 63
    Health Research Council of New York, 1959-1962
    R1 10
    Health Research Council (NYC) - Grant application, 1962 Jun 23 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2037]
     
    Bladder Stimulator Grant [subseries]:
    R1 11
    Application for Public Health Service Grant or Award (Draft 1st big grant), 1962-1963 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2037-2038]
    R1 12
    OVR-6505 application, 1963 Jan 14 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2038]
    2 1-2
    Bladder, Paraplegic - OVR Grant, 1963-1970
    R1 13
    Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - rough copy, [1964-1965] [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039-2040]
    R1 14
    Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - budget material, 1964-1965 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039-2040]
    R1 15
    Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - copy 1, 1964-1965 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2039-2040]
    R1 16
    Grant 6505 - OVR renewal application (1965 Mar 4) - copy - AK, 1965-1967 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2042]
    2 3
    Progress report - OVR Grant - renewal (1965 Mar 4) - rough copy, 1965
    2 4
    Grant 6505 - OVR Bladder Stimulator [final report], 1966-1968
     
    Research Facilities at Coney Island Hospital [subseries]:
    O3 1
    Health Research Council - Coney Island Hospital (CIH) facility [floor plans], 1964
    2 5
    Health Research Council - Research facilities grant, 1965
    2 6
    ["Surgical Clinical Research Unit For Study of Alterations in Homeostatic Mechanisms in Disease" proposal], 1965-1966
     
    Orthotopic Homotransplantations of the Canine Heart (American Heart Association) - Grant in Aid [subseries]:
    2 7
    (Revised budget), 1965 Nov 26
    R1 17
    [Draft], 1965 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040]
    R1 18
    (Work papers), 1965 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040]
    R1 19
    [Application denial], 1965-1966 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2041]
     
    Studies in Assisted Circulation [subseries]:
     
    Applications
    R1 20-21
    Program project application, 1961-1966 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2036-2041]
    R1 22-23
    [Program project application (copy)], 1966 Sep 17 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2041]
    R1 24
    HE-11173 D. Snyder, M.D.: 1967 grant application, ["The Implanted Auxiliary Ventricle's Influence on Renal Function", 1967-1968 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2042-2043]
    2 8
    HE-11173-04 Sinai Hospital - General research support, 1967-1970
    R1 25
    HE-11173-02 Continuation application (copy 1), 1968 Jan [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2043]
    R1 26
    HE-11173-02 Continuation application (copy 5), 1968 Jan [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2043]
    R1 27
    HE 11173-03 Continuation application (copy 4), 1969 Feb 3 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]
    R1 28
    HE 11173-04 Sinai Hospital of Detroit - Diabetes Training Grant, 1969 Feb 3 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]
    2 9
    HE-11173-04 Continuation application (original copy) [- Budget items], [1970 Jun]
    R1 29
    HE-11173-04 Continuation application (copy 4), 1970 Jun 11 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2045]
    R1 30
    HE-11173-04 Continuation application (copy 5) - Budget work copy, 1970 Jun 11 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2045]
    2 10
    [Renewal application - Introduction and goals - Draft outline and comments], 1971 Jul
    R1 31-34
    Renewal application (copy 33), 1971 Sep 30 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2046]
    R1 35
    Continuation application HL-13737-04 (copy 1), 1973 Jun 29 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2048]
    R1 36
    Continuation application HL-13737-05 (copy 1), 1974 Jul 15 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2049]
    R1 37
    Continuation application HL-13737-05 (corrected copy 38), 1974 Jul 15 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2049]
    R1 38
    Continuation application HL-13737-06 (revised copy 23), [1975] [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2050]
    R1 39
    Continuation application HL-13737-07, 1976 Aug 16 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]
    R1 40
    Continuation application HL-13737-07 (copy 14), [1976] [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]
    R1 41-43
    Renewal application draft (copy 53), 1976 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]
    R2 1
    Renewal application draft (copy 53), 1976 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]
    R2 2-3
    Renewal application (copy 16), 1976 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051]
    R2 4-5
    Renewal application (copy 16A), 1976-1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051-2052]
     
    Accounting
    2 11
    Research Fund Accounting [procedures manual], 1965-1966
    2 12-16
    Grant HE-11173-02 Purchase orders #14-5402, 1968-1969
    2 17
    Reimbursement Fund 14-1610, 1968-1969
     
    Patents and inventions
    2 18-19
    [Balloon pump notebook; Invention reports; Patent correspondence], 1964-1971
    2 20
    HE-11173, System for Temporary Cardiac Assistance [invention statement], 1970 Jun 30
    2 21
    Piezoelectric [Heart Assist Device patent disclosure] # 2, 1972-1975
     
    Reports
    2 22
    Grant HE-11173-01, "Specifications Instrumentation System", 1967 May
    2 23
    Progress Report for 01 year, HE-11173, 1968 Jan
    2 24
    Progress Report for 02 year, HE-11173, 1969
    2 25
    Final report - Sinai Hospital of Detroit, 1977 Aug
    2 26-27
    Final progress report, HL-13737, 1977-1981
    2 28-29
    Final progress report [HL-13737] - Original for duplication, 1978
     
    Sinai Hospital
    2 30
    HE-11173-04 Sinai Hospital of Detroit - Floor plans, 1965-1970
    2 31
    HE-11173-04/13737-01 - Site review at Sinai Hospital (1970 Aug 22), 1970
    2 32
    HE-11173-04 Sinai Hospital of Detroit - Facilities and equipment, 1971-1972
     
    General
    2 33
    Selected reprints, 1957-1966
    2 34
    Program project application - Follow-up on fellows, 1966
    2 35
    Studies in Assisted Circulation HE-11173, 1966-1969
    2 36
    HE-11173 Urology Studies, 1967 Oct
    2 37
    Auxiliary Ventricle - NIH and Testing Contracts - 1967 Nov 29 visit, HE-11173, 1967
    2 38
    Grant HE-11173-0, press release [contains photograph], 1967
    2 39
    Grant HE 11173-01 Equipment register, 1967-1968
    2 40-44
    Grant HE-11173-02, 1967 Apr 6-1969 Jul 14
    3 1
    HE-11173 Uterine transplantation, 1968 Feb
    3 2
    HE-13737-01 - McLeod, Francis, 1968-1970
    3 3
    National Heart and Lung Institute, Bethesda, MD - Rosalie Silverberg HE-13737-01, 1968-1974
    3 4
    [HE-11173 Budget and animal care], 1969-1970
    3 5
    NIH Program project grant HE-13737-01, 1971
    3 6
    NIH Project Grant HL-13737-03, 1972
    3 7
    NIH Grant HE-13737-03 (HEP), 1972-1973
     
    Michigan Heart Association Research Proposals [subseries]:
    R2 6
    Grant application renewal request, 1973 Nov 28 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2048]
    R2 7
    "Experiments to Determine the Length of Time Venous Valves Remain Functional in Stimulated Aortocoronary Bypass Grafts" - Andreas von Recum [proposal, draft and final] [contains photographs], 1975-1976 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2050-2051]
    R2 8
    Oakland University - "Magnetic Fields Associated with Heart Action", 1975-1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2050-2052]
    3 8
    ["Clinical Measurement of Blood Flow Through an Aorto-Coronary Vein Bypass Graft With and Without Competent Valve"] - Protocol and consent - Drs. Hamada/Kantrowitz, 1971-1975
    R2 9
    "Host-Implant Physiology of a Modified Dynamic Aortic Patch" application, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
     
    Active Prosthetic Myocardium: Effects on Left Ventricular Function [subseries]:
    3 9
    Continuation application HL-22329-02, 1979-1981
    3 10
    [Final progress report], 1981
     
    Quantitating In-Series Effects in Cardiac Arrhythmias [subseries]:
    R2 10
    Application, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    3 11
    Continuation application HL-22274-02, 1979-1981, n.d.
     
    DAP (Dynamic Aortic Patch): Long-term Physiologic Studies [subseries]:
    3 12
    Draft material, 1977
    R2 11
    Application, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    R2 12
    "Prognostic IABP (Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump) in Aorto-Coronary Bypass Surgery" - Rubenfire to NIH, 1977-1978 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052-2053]
     
    Hemodynamic Consequences of Cardiac Arrhythmia [subseries]:
    R2 13
    Application, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    R2 14
    Mitchell S. Moskowitz to Michigan Heart Association, 1977-1978 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052-2053]
     
    Improved Resolution - Nuclear Cardioangiography [subseries]:
    R2 15
    Application, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    R2 16
    Grant application - Michigan Heart Medical Research Committee, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
    R2 17
    Cascade to Michigan Heart Association [1 of 2], 1977-1980 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052-2055]
    3 13
    Cascade to Michigan Heart Association [2 of 2], 1977-1980
     
    Percutaneous Energy Transmission System [subseries]:
    3 14
    [Annual report 02 year], contract no. N01-HV-8-2921, 1980
    3 15
    Questions and drawing, 1981
    R2 18
    Phase I application (2 copies), 1983 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2058]
    R2 19
    Phase II application, 1985 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2060]
    3 16
    Technique of Implantation for Modified In-Series Left Ventricular Prosthesis, 1979-1981
     
    Prosthetic Myocardium: Prolonged Cardiac Performance [subseries]:
    R2 20
    Application (copy 37), 1979 Jun 29 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2054]
     
    Revised application
    R2 21
    [RESTRICTED], 1980 Feb 29 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055]
    R2 22
    Master copy [contains photographs], 1980 Feb 29 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055]
    R2 23
    Corrected tables for new application resubmitted, 1980 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055]
    3 17
    Fig. 5 working prototype PM [contains photographs and negative], 1980
    3 18
    Illustrations artwork PM [contains photographs], [1980]
     
    In-Series LVAD (Left Ventricular Assist Device): Effects on Chronic Left Ventricular Failure in Dogs [subseries]:
    R2 24
    Application, 1979 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2054]
    R2 25
    [Application], 1979 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2054]
    R2 26
    Revised application, 1980 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055]
    R2 27
    [Revised application], 1980 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055]
    R2 28-29
    [General information], 1979-1984, n.d. [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2054-2059]
    3 19-20
    [General information] [contains photographs], 1979-1984, n.d.
     
    Toward an Implanted Partial Mechanical Heart [subseries]:
    3 21
    [James and Lynelle Holden Fund], 1980-1982
    R2 30
    Proposal, 1981 Aug 6 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2056]
    3 22
    Datascope Grant - Randomized Balloon Pump, 1980-1984
     
    Canine Model of Chronic Ischemic Heart Failure [subseries]:
    R2 31
    Application, 1982 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2057]
    R2 32
    [Revised] application, 1983 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2058]
    R2 33
    Revised application, 1983 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2058]
    R2 34
    Continuation application, 1985 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2060]
     
    MAV/Permanent Aortic Balloon Pump [subseries]:
    R2 35
    "Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle" Phase I application, 1984 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2059]
    R2 36
    "Permanent Aortic Balloon Pump" ["Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle" project] Phase II application, 1986 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2061]
     
    Percutaneous Access Device for Peritoneal Dialysis [subseries]:
    3 23
    Questions [for NIH Site Visit], 1981
    R2 37
    Phase I application (2 copies), 1985 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2060]
    R2 38
    Phase I application, 1986 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2061]
    R2 39
    Phase II application draft, [1988] [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2063]
    R2 40
    Phase II application, 1988 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2063]
    R2 41
    Application, 1989 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2064]
    R2 42
    Continuation application, 1990 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2065]
    R2 43
    "Study to Optimize the Design of a Miniature Wearable Cardiac Assist Drive Unit" appendices, 1988 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2063]
     
    Foundation Information, 1956-1983 [subseries]:
    3 24
    1980 Current year grant requests, 1978-1982
    3 25
    Eagle's Max Baer Heart Fund, 1972, 1980
     
    Berk Foundation [subseries]:
    3 26
    General - [Grant] 14-4160 [formerly 6202], 1968
    3 27
    Report (1968 fund 6202), 1967-1968
    3 28
    Booth Ferris Foundation, 1979
    3 29
    Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, 1980 Mar 8
    3 30
    Dazian Foundation, 1956 Jan
    3 31
    Thomas A. Edison Foundation, 1979-1980
    R2 44
    Educational Foundation of America, 1980-1981 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055-2056]
    3 32
    Federal sources, 1971-1982
    3 33
    Federal sources - Instructional proposal, 1975-1977
    3 34
    Max C. Fleischmann Foundation, 1976-1978
    3 35
    Foundation Center, 1978-1980
    3 36
    Glenmede Trust Company, 1977 Jun 8
    3 37
    John A. Hartford Foundation, 1978-1979
    R2 45
    James and Lynelle Holden Fund, 1980-1981 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055-2056]
    3 38
    Hospital Research and Educational Trust, undated
    3 39
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute, 1980
    3 40
    Individual correspondents - Funding solicitation correspondence, 1979-1980
    3 41
    International Foundation, 1980 Sep 9
    3 42
    International Harvester Foundation, 1980
    3 43
    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1971-1975
    3 44
    W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 1975-1980
    3 45
    J.W. Kieckhefer Foundation, 1977 Oct 11
    3 46
    Kresge Foundation, 1975 Apr 25
    3 47
    Hannah and Isidore Komanoff Foundation, 1965
    3 48
    MacArthur Foundation, 1979-1980
    3 49
    National Paraplegia Foundation, Inc., 1960
    3 50
    National Science Foundation, 1971-1972
    3 51
    New York Foundation, 1968-1969
    3 52
    Research Corporation, 1980
    3 53
    Fannie E. Rippel Foundation, 1976-1977
    3 54
    Sawyer Foundation, 1983
    R2 46
    Ed Shaw's proposal for arrhythmia project, 1980-1981 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2055-2056]
    3 55
    Technicon Instruments Corporation, 1977-1980
    3 56
    TRW Foundation, 1979
    3 57
    United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, 1980
    3 58
    United States Steel Foundation, Inc., 1979
    3 59
    Upjohn, 1976 Jan
    3 60
    Walgreen Benefit Fund, 1977 Jun 2
    3 61
    Warner-Lambert Charitable Foundation, 1977 Jun 16
    3 62
    Whitaker Foundation, 1980-1981
     
    Summary binders [subseries]:
    3 63
    Foundations [by state], 1977
    3 64-65
    Foundation Log [- Priority I and individual organizations], 1978-1981
    3 66
    Foundation Profiles - Priority II and III, 1978-1981
    3 67
    Independent Sector Models, 1980
    3 68
    AK Followup, 1980
    3 69
    Foundations, 1980-1982
     
    Senate Testimony, 1965-1969 [subseries]:
    4 1
    Folder 1, 1965-1968
    4 2
    Folder 2, 1965-1969
    4 3
    Fred Harris, 1967
     
    Series 2: Artificial Left Heart (ALH), 1958-1971 (Bulk 1965-1966) [series]:

    These materials document Kantrowitz's work on the "Studies Basic to Consideration of Artificial Heart Research" contract. Here, the term "artificial heart" refers to both the auxiliary left ventricle and the implantable artificial heart. The contract was a collaborative effort between Arthur Kantrowitz's colleagues at the Avco Corporation and Adrian Kantrowitz's team at Maimonides Hospital, which included his wife Jean, Tetsuzo Akutsu, Paul-Andre Chaptal, Georges Dureau, and Toru Okura. The series consists of correspondence, memoranda, administrative lists, background material, publications, time cards, and draft and master copies of the different sections of a task report which summarized the entire study. Materials are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    4 4
    Application of silicone rubber to the artificial heart program - Dow Corning Center for Aid, 1965
    4 5
    Artificial heart program - Contract statistics, 1968
    4 6
    Artificial heart program - Testing and evaluation visits, 1968
     
    Avco artificial heart contract, 1964-1971 [subseries]:
    4 7
    914 Xerox register, 1965-1966
    4 8
    Correspondence, ["Mechanical Assistance to the Failing Heart"], 1971
    4 9
    Distribution of documents to Avco and Maimonides, 1965 Dec
     
    Fund 6600 [subseries]:
    4 10
    Avco artificial heart contract, 1965-1966
    4 11
    Correspondence - Avco, 1965 Aug-Oct
    4 12
    Correspondence - Avco, 1965 Nov-1966 Jun
    4 13
    Correspondence - Maimonides Hospital, 1965-1966
    4 14
    Correspondence - Mr. Peter Baglio, 1965-1966
     
    Fund 6600 (Financial) [subseries]:
    4 15
    Expenditures, 1965-1966
    4 16
    Financial statements, 1965-1966
    4 17
    Requisitions, 1965-1966
    4 17A
    Personnel, 1965-1966
    4 18-20
    Fund 6600, time cards, 1965 Sep-1966 Feb
    4 21-22
    Its contract effort, 1965
    4 23
    Office temps., 1965-1966
    4 24
    Purchase order RL-54558-S, 1965-1966
    4 25
    Summary of contract PH43-66-7, 1965 Aug 16
     
    Task [subseries]:
    4 26
    Report [preliminary material], 1965
    4 27
    1 - Task completion report - Contract PH43-66-7, 1966 Feb
    4 28
    1.3 masters, 1966
    4 29
    1.4 masters, 1966
    4 30
    2.1 preliminary material, Burbank, 1966
    4 31
    2.1 masters, 1966
    4 32
    3 [equipment] [contains photograph], 1965
    4 33
    3.8, 3.9 masters, 1966
     
    3.10
    4 34
    Preliminary material, Burbank, undated
    4 35
    Section 1 masters, 1965-1966
    4 36
    Section 2 masters, 1965
    4 37
    Section 3 masters, 1965
    4 38
    Appendix, 1965
    4 39
    4.8, 4.9 masters, 1966
    4 40
    4.10 masters, 1966
    4 41
    5.8, 5.9 masters, 1966
    4 42
    5.10 masters, 1966
     
    6.4
    4 43
    Preliminary material, 1965
    4 44
    Sections 1, 2 & 3 masters, 1966
    4 45
    Statham, 1965-1966
    4 46
    Statham Medical Instruments, 1965-1966
    4 47
    Statham rough drafts, undated
    4 48
    Statham discarded, undated
    4 49
    7.1 masters, 1966
     
    Technology survey [subseries]:
    4 50
    Ames Company, Inc., 1966
    4 51
    [Correspondence], 1965 Dec-1966 Jan
    4 52
    Deknatel, Inc., 1965-1966
    4 53
    Ethicon, Inc., 1965
    4 54
    Holter Company [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    4 55
    J. Sklar Manufacturing Company, 1966
    4 56
    Olson Company, 1965-1966
    4 57
    Welkowitz, Walter, 1966
    4 58
    Westermann and Miller, Russo and Sonder - Architects, 1964-1966
    4 59
    "Basic List of Artificial Heart Systems and Devices, and References" - Revised Nov 29, 1965
    4 60
    Clinical research facilities required for artificial heart development, 1966
    4 61
    Kantrowitz-Avco auxiliary ventricle [press packet] [contains photographs], 1966 May
    4 62
    Miscellaneous [progress report, reprints, and printed matter] [contains photographs], 1958-1962, n.d.
    4 63
    Robert Hyde Jacobs, Jr. - Architect (Rogers, Butler and Burgun), 1966
    4 64
    ["Training in Cardiovascular Research Techniques" -] Robert F. Rushmer, undated
     
    Series 3: Electronic Physiologic Aids (EPA), 1954-1972 (Bulk 1961-1966) [series]:

    Materials in the EPA series describe several research projects, each concerned with developing devices or surgical methods which compensate for various heart, limb, and gastrointestinal ailments. The experimental, administrative, and publicity aspects of these different projects are represented to varying degrees in the following six sub-series: Pacemaker, Adynamic Paralytic Ileus Stimulation, Phrenic Nerve Stimulation, Bladder Stimulation, Coordinated Limb Movement, and Other. The Pacemaker and Bladder Stimulator projects are covered most extensively and required further subdivision. Specific material types throughout the EPA sub-series include correspondence, professional and layperson inquiries, patient lists, medical files, human and animal data sheets, publications, forms, printed matter, photographs, drafts, and memoranda. Folders within each sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

    Portions of the series are restricted by HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy (PHI).

     
    Pacemaker, 1954-1970 [subseries]:
     
    Correspondence [subseries]:
    5 1
    Cardiac pacemaker - Lay inquiries, 1967-1968
    5 2
    Cardiac pacemaker - Professional inquiries, 1967-1969
    5 3
    [G.E. pacemaker - Correspondence], 1963-1966
    5 4
    Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Siddons, Harold, 1963
     
    K-G.E. pacemaker
    5 5
    Correspondence, 1961-1962
    5 6
    Correspondence #2 [contains photographs], 1964
    5 7
    Correspondence, David L. Kane, 1959-1962
    5 8
    Correspondence, Doris J. W. Escher, M.D., 1964
    5 9
    [Duehren, W.H. (Pacemaker specialist)], 1965-1967
    5 10
    Duplicate correspondence G.E., 1958-1962
    5 11
    [Hays, C.V.], 1962-1965
    5 12
    [Hodgers Jr., R.W.], 1961-1964
    5 13-14
    Inquiries and miscellaneous, 1961-1970
    5 15
    Legal relationship correspondence, David Lubart [contains photographs], 1961-1962
    5 16
    Offers to distribute international medical instruments, 1963
    5 17
    P-wave modification correspondence, 1963-1965
    5 18
    Pacemakers sent abroad, 1962-1963
    5 19
    [Phillips, T.M. - Manager], 1963-1966
    5 20
    [Shadduck, W.D.], 1961-1963
    5 21
    [Suran, J.J.] [contains photograph], 1958-1965
    5 22
    [Taus, Herb], 1962-1964
    5 23
    [Wechsler, L.D.], 1961
     
    General [subseries]:
    5 24
    Cardiac pacemaker - Diagnostic chart, undated
    5 25
    Cardiac pacemaker - Diagrams, instructions (G.E. pamphlet), 1966
    5 26
    D-775 pacemaker, 1964-1966
    5 27
    G.E. pacemaker - Demand, 1969
    5 28
    G.E. pacemaker information, 1966-1969
    5 29
    Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Pemco Incorporated, 1958-1960
    5 30
    Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Westinghouse electric corporation, undated
    5 31
    K-G.E. pacemaker - G.E. advertising - Folder no. 1, 1961-1962
    5 32
    K-G.E. pacemaker - Instructions to surgeons, 1961
    R3 8
    K-G.E. pacemaker - P-wave modification proposal, 1963 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2038]
    5 33
    Lapin: Guided balloon catheter - Pending, 1969
    5 34
    Pacemaker battery study - Burbank (pending) [contains negative], 1965
    5 35
    Pacemaker code sheet, [ca. 1963-1965]
    5 36
    Pacemaker electromagnetic energy conversion, 1967
    5 37
    Pacemaker implants - 100 patients, 1963-1964
    5 38
    [Pacemaker patent correspondence - G.E./Kantrowitz], 1966
    5 39
    Pacemaker study - 100 pt. review, 1964-1967
     
    Publications [subseries]:
     
    Cardiac pacemaker
    5 40
    Abstract submitted to American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) (Non-accepted), 1964
    5 41
    Abstracts - 4th World Congress of Cardiology '62 - Publication No. 31 (final draft), 1961-1963
    5 42
    Abstracts - 4th World Congress of Cardiology '62 - Spanish, French, English - Publication No. 31, 1962
    5 43
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1964 - Publication No. 47 (Pacemaker conference), 1963-1964
    5 44
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1964 - Publication No. 53 (Talk given 1962), 1962-1964
    5 45
    Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology 1962 - Publication No. 33, 1962
    5 46
    Background material (Various types), [ca. 1963]
    5 47
    Bulletin de la Societe Internationale de Chirurgie - Publication No. 34, 1961-1962
    5 48
    Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Publication No. 33, 1962
    5 49
    International Congress of Physiological Sciences - Publication No. 30, 1961-1962
    5 50
    Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (Torino) - Publication No. 48, 1962-1964
    5 51
    Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery (Torino) - Publication No. 48, 1964
    5 52
    "Management of Heart Block" [abstract], 1967 Mar 10-12
    5 53
    ["Observations in Patients with Implanted Cardiac Pacemaker" #32], 1954-1955, n.d.
    5 54
    Paper submitted Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), Feb. 62 (Not accepted) [contains photograph], 1962
    5 55
    Presentation, American College of Cardiology, Denver, 1962
    5 56
    Presentation, American College of Cardiology Workshop, 1963
    5 57
    Presentation, Congress of the European Society of Cardio-Vascular Surgery, 1962, 1969
    5 58
    Presentation, International Cardiovascular Society, Dublin, 1960-1961
    5 59
    Presentation, Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital - Publication No. 100 [contains photographs], 1964-1968
    5 60
    Presentation, New York Society for Thoracic Surgery, 1957-1964
    5 61
    Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases - Publication [No.] 49, 1963
    5 62
    Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases - Publication No. 49 (final draft) [contains photograph], 1963
    5 63
    Reprints, various types, 1960-1963, [ca. 1966?]
    5 64
    Scientific exhibit, American Medical Association (AMA), Chicago [contains photograph], 1961-1962, 1968
    6 1
    Spoken and published papers for Pacemaker Conference - Publication No. 47 [contains photograph], 1963
    6 2
    Submitted to American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) (not accepted), 1961-1962
    6 3
    Submitted to New England Journal of Medicine (not accepted), 1961
    6 4
    Submitted to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (SGO), March 1962 - Publication No. 31, 1962
    6 5
    Submitted to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (SGO), April 1962 (Revised Version) - Publication No. 32 [contains photographs], 1962
    6 6
    Submitted to Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (SGO), April 1962 (Revised Version) - Publication No. 32 [drafts], 1962
    6 7
    ["Treatment of Stokes-Adams Syndrome in Heart Block" #40], 1960-1963
    6 8
    Implantable cardiac pacemaker - Schuder, 1962
    6 9
    Pending publication - Pacemaker study for England - Haller, Jordan, 1966-1967
    6 10
    Rechargeable pacemaker - ASAIO (American Society for Artificial Internal Organs) - Publication No. 68 [contains photographs], 1965
     
    Study data [subseries]:
    6 11
    [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 1], 1960-1966
    R4 1
    [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 2], 1962-1965 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    6 12
    [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 3], 1964
    6 13
    [Cardiac pacemaker: Data 4], 1963-1964
    6 14
    Cardiac pacemaker - [Patient summary lists], 1966
    6 15
    Catheter pacemaker study - Burbank (pending), 1966
    R4 2
    K-G.E. pacemaker - Operative reports and releases [contains photographs], 1961-1964 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 3
    Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn - [Patient Name Redacted] Summary Sheet -, 1963 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 4-11
    Pacemaker admission data sheets, 1960-1968 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    6 16
    Pacemaker - New table for Mayo talk [contains photographs], 1964
    R4 12-15
    Pacemaker [numbers and patient lists], 1961-1968 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 16-20
    Pacemaker patients [A-Z], 1960-1965 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R9 2
    Pacemaker study data - Master copy, 1965-1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 21
    Pacemaker study - Register of patients, 1960-1966 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 22
    Patient index cards, 1961-1965 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    6 17
    [Table I:] Details of pacemaker implantation, 1961-1964
     
    Adynamic/Paralytic Ileus Stimulation, 1962-1963 [subseries]:
    6 18
    (Human) Bowel photographs, undated
    6 19
    (Human) [Experiment records and] background material, 1962
    6 20
    (Human) Fitzpatrick, P.N. - Reprint, undated
    6 21
    (Human-Animal) ["Instructions for Use of Stimulator Timer"], undated
    6 22
    (Human-Animal) Presented to New York Surgical Society, 1962-1963
    6 23
    (Human-Dogs) Background - First write-up of experiments, 1962
     
    Phrenic Nerve Stimulation, 1957-1968 [subseries]:
    6 24
    4/29/57-8/7/57 - Dr. Rene Khafif, 1959-1961
    6 25
    Dr. Turner (Correspondence), 1968 Jun 26
    6 26
    (Dog), 1957 Apr 29-Aug 7
    6 27
    (Dog) [contains photograph], undated
    6 28
    (Dog) Diaphragm exploration/contraction, 1957 Aug 15-Sep 4
    6 29
    (Dog) Experimental data, protocol [contains photographs], 1957-1964
    6 30
    (Human) Joint project, Goldwater Memorial Hospital - Correspondence, 1963 May 21
    6 31
    (Human) Lay inquiries, 1962 Apr
    6 32
    (Human-Animal) G.E. proposal, 1961-1962
    6 33
    (Human-Animal) Goldwater Memorial Hospital - Correspondence, 1965
     
    Bladder Stimulation, 1958-1972 [subseries]:
     
    Correspondence [subseries]:
    6 34
    Correspondence [contains photographs], 1964-1965
    6 35
    Correspondence with R.C. Bunts, M.D., 1963-1964
    6 36
    Kantrowitz-Avco - Professional inquiries, 1965-1967
    6 37
    Professional inquiries, 1967-1971
    6 38
    (Human) Atlante correspondence, 1966
    6 39
    (Human) Lay inquiries, 1965-1972
    6 40
    (Human) OVR report, 1967-1968
    6 41
    (Human) OVR report requests, 1967-1969
    6 42
    (Human) Reader's Digest, 1967 Apr 26
     
    Financial [subseries]:
    6 43
    Avco film, surgical procedure, 1964-1965
    6 44
    Clinical research studies - Costs, study patients, 1968 Sep 11
    6 45
    Equipment, 1972 Feb 22
    6 46
    Molony-Welkowitz, 1968
     
    General [subseries]:
    6 47
    Avco, 1964 Mar 3-1966 Feb 21
    6 48
    Dog experiments - Meier, Kondo, Isaacs, 1964 Feb 4-20
    6 49
    Dr. Nomoyama [contains x-rays], 1963
    6 50
    Dx Myelomeiningocele, 1963 Apr-Dec
    6 51
    Other workers - References, undated
    R4 23
    Potential patients, 1965-1969, n.d. [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    6 52
    Psychiatry Department liaison - Re: patient care, 1964-1965
    6 53
    Urology residency, 1968 Mar 25
    6 54
    (Animal) - "Electrically Induced Micturition" protocol, Hald, [ca. 1966]
    6 55
    (Dog) - Davol Rubber Company (Development), 1965 Mar 23
    6 56
    (Human) Release and consent forms, 1968
    6 57
    (Human) Traumatic paraplegia information, 1958-1963
    6 58
    (Human-Animal) - Duke symposium, neurogenic bladder, 1965
     
    Patient files [subseries]:  [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 24
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 Nov 16 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 25
    [Patient Name Redacted], 1965 Sep-1966 Jan [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 26
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 27
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1966 Jan 18 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 28
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 Jun [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 29
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 30
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 Oct [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 31
    Patient records, 1962-1968 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 32
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.) - Dx. Paraplegia, undated
    R4 33
    [Patient Name Redacted] (Pt.), 1965 Nov 16 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Publications [subseries]:
    6 59
    Inquiries, 1963-1965
    6 60
    "Morphology and Function of the Lower Urinary Tract in Dogs," Investigative Radiology - Mygind, Hald (References), 1964-1967
    6 61
    Reprints, 1962-1972, n.d.
    6 62
    (Dog) "Radiological Study of Electrically Induced Micturition" - Hald, Mygind - Investigative Urology, 1966
    6 63
    (Dog) "Studies in Stimulation of the Bladder and Its Motor Nerves" - Hald, [Agrawal, and Kantrowitz] [contains photographs], 1966 Feb 20-Mar 7
    6 64
    (Dog) "Studies in Stimulation of the Bladder and Its Motor Nerves" - Hald, [Agrawal, and Kantrowitz] [contains photographs], 1966
    6 65
    (Dog) "Urinary Bladder: Mode of Excitation During Stimulation" - Hald - Investigative Urology [contains photographs], 1966
    6 66
    (Dog-Monkey) "Urethral Resistance During Electrical Stimulation" - Hald - Investigative Urology [contains photographs], 1966 Mar 21-Jun 20
    6 67
    (Human) "Clinical Experience with a Radio-Linked Bladder Stimulator" T. Hald revision [contains photographs], 1966-1967
    6 68
    (Human) "Clinical Experience with a Radio-Linked Bladder Stimulator", T. Hald. (Work papers) [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    6 69
    (Human) "Clinical Experience with a Radio-Linked Bladder Stimulator", Journal of Urology, 1965 (Work paper) [contains photographs], undated
    6 70
    (Human) "Electric Stimulation of the Bladder in Paraplegics" - Journal of Rehabilitation [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    6 71
    (Human-Dog) - VRA (Vocational Rehabilitation Administration) [bibliography], 1965-1966
     
    Coordinated Limb Movement, 1959-1971 [subseries]:
    6 72
    Case Institute - Correspondence, 1964 May-Jun
    6 73
    [Correspondence] [contains negatives], 1960-1964
    6 74
    "Electronic Production of Coordinated Limb Movements" - American College of Surgeons [abstract], 1960
    R4 34
    Lay appeals - Correspondence, 1960 Oct 10-1965 Jan 21 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    6 75
    Lay inquiries - Potential patients - Reprint request, 1960-1964, n.d.
    6 76
    Low volt therapy, motor products - Teca corporation (Commercial), 1961
    6 77
    Open loop, control system - Litton Systems, Inc., 1961 Apr
    R4 35
    Paraplegic walking correspondence - Spastic urethral sphincter, 1962-1965, 1971, n.d. [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    6 78
    Patient volunteers, 1965-1966
    6 79
    Russian research (Human), 1959
    6 80
    Soviet references, 1964
    6 81
    Walking movement paper (Human) - Electronic Physiologic Aids - Third Medical Symposium proceedings, pg. 549, 1961
    6 82
    (Commercial) IBM correspondence, protocol, 1961
     
    Other, 1962-1965 [subseries]:
    7 1
    [Esophageal] achalasia - Esophagus - Yoshio Kondo, M.D. (Dog), 1965
    7 2
    [Esophageal] achalasia - Mo report made - Kondo letter re: experiment (Dog), 1965
    7 3
    Esophageal [achalasia] stimulation (Dog), 1965
    7 4
    Pneumographic monitor (Human-Animal) - American Journal of Medical Electronics - Publication No. 34 [contains photographs], 1963
    7 5
    Postoperative physiologic monitor (Human-Animal), 1962-1964
    7 6
    [Mixed Subjects -] Papers submitted for Henry L. Moses prize 1962, sent to Montefiore Hospital (pacemaker, ASAIO, scissors, bladder) [contains photographs], 1963
     
    Series 4: Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle (MAV), 1952-1989 (Bulk 1965-1967) [series]:

    This series documents the experiment data gathered in animal tests of the MAV, alternately referred to as the mechanical booster heart (MBH). The vast majority of the folders contain the raw data and handwritten notes recorded during the implantation of the U-shaped MAV model by Kantrowitz and such colleagues as Paul-Andre Chaptal, Franz Gradel, Toru Okura, Tetsuzo Akutsu, and Wladimir Schilt. All experiment logs, notes, ECG recordings, pathology reports, autopsies, and photographs are of animal experiments (primarily dogs). Sub-series within the MAV series are based on investigator or experiment series names and are in rough chronological order. Folders within these sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title or numerically by experiment number, although the Mechanical Booster Heart Tracings are arranged chronologically. An alphabetically arranged General sub-series at the end gathers together various MAV-related records, including random data, correspondence, and patent application material.

     
    Mechanical Booster Heart (MBH) tracings, 1961-1963 [subseries]:
    7 7
    Recordings - Booster heart - Continuous stimulus [3 rolls], 1961-1962
    7 7
    Booster heart experiment timing circuit [14 rolls], 1962 Mar-Jun
    7 7
    Mechanical booster heart - Experiment #34 complete - Dog #651 [25 rolls], 1962 Nov 12
    7 8
    Experiment no. 722 [4 rolls], [1962] Dec 17
    7 8
    Experiment no. 765 - Block experiment - Dead - Counterpulsation [1 roll], 1963 Jan 4
    7 8
    Experiment no. 798 [3 rolls], 1963 Jan 18
    7 8
    Experiment no. 817 [6 rolls], 1963 Jan 21
    7 9
    Experiment no. 847 [2 rolls], [1963] Jan 25
    7 10
    Booster heart [1 roll], undated
    7 8
    [Mechanical booster heart -] Dog #1117 - 10 h pumping [2 rolls], undated
    7 8
    Mechanical booster heart 1200 [3 rolls], undated
    7 8
    Probably mechanical booster heart #1579 [1 roll], undated
     
    Franz Gradel Experiment Records, 1964-1965 [subseries]:
     
    Mechanical Booster Heart (MBH) [subseries]:
    7 11
    Blood examinations [contains photographs], 1964-1965
    7 12
    Charts, not finished, 1965
    7 13
    Charts, copies, German, 1965
    7 14
    Charts, originals [contains photographs], 1964-1965
    7 15
    Extra prints [contains photographs], 1964-1965
    7 16
    Flow study dog #1910 - Bilateral thoracotomy, 1964 Jul 10
    7 17
    General findings - Basic experiments, 1964
    7 18
    Histology [contains photographs], 1964-1965
    7 19
    Patency study, 1965
    7 20
    Timing circuit, [Dog #2153], 1964 Nov 24
    7 21
    Timing circuit, 1964-1, AVCO valve 2, U-shape, 1964
     
    Mechanical Booster Heart (MBH) dog [subseries]:
    7 22
    #1640 (Implant: April 10, 1964 - Sacrifice: May 10, 1964), 1964
    7 23
    #1688 (Implant: Aug 26, 1964), 1964
    7 24
    #1725 (Implant: April 19, 1964 - Sacrifice: May 20, 1964), 1964
    7 25
    #1730 (Implant: May 18, 1964 - Death: May 19, 1964), 1964
    7 26
    #1736 (Implant: April 26, 1964 - Death: April 27, 1964), 1964
    7 27
    #1778 (Implant: May 26, 1964 - Death: May 27, 1964), 1964
    7 28
    #1788 (Implant: May 25, 1964 - Death: May 26, 1964), 1964
    7 29
    #1781 (Implant: June 2, 1964 - Death: June 3, 1964), 1964
    7 30
    #1809 (Implant: June 9, 1964 - Death: June 17, 1964), 1964
    7 31
    #1813 (Implant: July 18, 1964), 1964
    7 32
    #1821 (Implant: June 23, 1964 - Death: June 24, 1964), 1964
    7 33
    #1826 (Implant: June 17, 1964 - Death: June 18, 1964), 1964
    7 34
    #1859 (Implant: July 1, 1964), 1964
    7 35
    #1867, 1964
    7 36
    #1926, 1964
    7 37
    #2006 (Implant: Aug 9, 1964), 1964
    7 38
    #2013 (Implant: Aug 31, 1964), 1964
    7 39
    #2019 (Implant: Dec 29, 1964), 1964
    7 40
    #2192 (Implant: Nov 28, 1964), 1964
    7 41
    #2212 (Implant: July 12, 1964 - Death: Dec 29, 1964), 1964
    7 42
    #2213 (Implant: April 13, 1965), 1965
    7 43
    #2215 (Implant: Dec 18, 1964 - Sacrificed: Dec 24, 1964), 1964
    7 44
    #2220 (Implant: Dec 1, 1964), 1964
    7 45
    #2235 (Implant: Jan 15, 1965), 1965
    7 46
    #2239 (Implant: Dec 15, 1964 - Death: Dec 24, 1964), 1964
    8 1
    #2263 (Implant: Dec 18, 1964 - Death: March 31, 1965), 1964-1965
    8 2
    #2287 (Implant: Jan 4, 1965 - Death: Jan 8, 1965), 1965
    8 3
    #2308 (Implant: Jan 25, 1965), 1965
    8 4
    #2309 (Implant: Jan 18, 1965 - Death: Feb 14, 1965), 1965
    8 5
    #2355 (Implant: Feb 2, 1965 - Death: Feb 18, 1965), 1965
    8 6
    #2369 (Implant: Feb 10, 1965), 1965
    8 7
    #2373 (Implant: Feb 8, 1965), 1965
    8 8
    #2375 (Implant: Feb 3, 1965), 1965
    8 9
    #2408 (Implant: Feb 16, 1965 - Death: Feb 19, 1965), 1965
    8 10
    #2485 (Implant: March 15, 1965), 1965
    8 11
    #2497 (Implant: March 19, 1965 - Death: April 21, 1965), 1965
     
    General [subseries]:
    8 12
    Diastole/systole diagram for Dr. Gradel, 1965
    8 13
    Dr. Gradel - Dog pressure charts, 1965
    8 14
    ECG recordings [4 rolls], [1965?]
    8 15
    General Electric Company, 1964
    8 16
    Notes: Anatomy of a dog's brain, 1965
    O2 1
    X-ray U4 Silastic [contains x-rays], 1964-1965
     
    Paul-Andre Chaptal Experiment Records, 1964-1966 [subseries]:
     
    MAV calf [subseries]:
    8 17
    #3108 (Implant: Sept 27, 1965 - Death: Sept 28, 1965), 1965
    8 18
    Implant: Nov 15, 1965 - Death: Nov. 16, 1965, 1965
     
    MAV dog [subseries]:
    8 19
    Pacemakers, #2507, 1965
    8 20
    #2668, 2677, 2720, 2759, 2770, 1965
    8 21
    #2756 (Implant: June 11, 1965 - Death: June 17, 1965), 1965
    8 22
    #2774 (Implant: June 23, 1965 - Death: July 12, 1965), 1965-1966
    8 23
    #2800 (Implant: June 25, 1965 - Death: June 27, 1965), 1965
    8 24
    #2819 (Implant: July 6, 1965 - Death: July 13, 1965), 1965
    8 25
    #2827 (Implant: July 2, 1965 - Death: July 4, 1965), 1965
    8 26
    #2843 (Implant: July 12, 1965 - Death: July 28, 1965), 1965
    8 27
    #2869 (Implant: Aug 9, 1965 - Death: Aug 16, 1965), 1965
    8 28
    #2878 (Implant: Aug 3, 1965 - Death: Sept 29, 1965), 1965
    8 29
    #2879 (Implant: July 21, 1965 - Death: Aug 2, 1965), 1965
    8 30
    #2883 (Implant: July 27, 1965 - Death: Aug 6, 1965) [contains photograph], 1965
    8 31
    #2997 (Implant: Aug 23, 1965 - Death: Aug 26, 1965), 1965
    8 32
    #3021 (Intervention: Sept 1, 1965), 1965
    8 33
    #3023 (Intervention: Sept 6, 1965), 1965
    8 34
    #3071 (Implant: Sept 13, 1965 - Death: Sept 26, 1965) [contains photograph], 1965
    8 35
    #3077 (Implant: Sept 1, 1965 - Death: Sept 17, 1965), 1965
    8 36
    #3121 (Implant: Oct 25, 1965 - Death: Oct 29, 1965), 1965
     
    Myocardial electrodes study [subseries]:
    8 37
    Charts, 1965
    8 38
    [Graphic records] [contains photographs], 1965
    8 39
    Pathology, 1965
    8 40
    Pathology report, 1965-1966
    8 41
    [Reports and shipping order] [contains photograph], 1965
     
    Myocardial electrodes study dog [subseries]:
    8 42
    #2511 (Implant: Mar 24, 2965 - Sacrificed: Jan 6, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965
    8 43
    #2684 (Implant: May 21, 1965 - Sacrifice: Nov 1, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965
    8 44
    #2755 (Implant: Jun 14, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965
    8 45
    #2801 (Implant: Jun 29, 1965 - Sacrificed: Nov 1, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965
    8 46
    #2870 (Implant: Jul 19, 1965 - Sacrificed: Jan 6, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    8 47
    #2878 (Implant: Aug 3, 1965) [contains photographs], 1965
    8 48
    #2955 (Implant: Aug 11, 1965 - Sacrifice: Jan 6, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    8 49
    #2960 (Implant: Aug 16, 1965 - Sacrifice: Jan 4, 1966) [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    8 50
    #3071 (Implant: Sep 13) [contains photographs], 1965
     
    General [subseries]:
    8 51
    Acute experiments, 1965
    8 52
    Booster heart project, 1965-1966
    8 53
    Brain electrode notes, 1965
    8 54
    Coronary legation study, 1965
    8 55
    MBH MAT testing, 1964-1965
    8 56
    MBH - Study of transcutaneous connector, 1965-1966
     
    Dog Surgical Research, 1965-1966 [subseries]:
    8 57
    Dog no. 1: 2650 - Control I + N, 1965
    8 58
    Dog no. 2: 2649 - [Intermittent perfusion], 1965
    8 59
    Dog no. 3: 2674 - Continuous perfusion, 1965
    8 60
    Dog no. 4: 2685 - Control (IN), 1965
    8 61
    Dog no. 5: 2711 - Control (IN), 1965
    8 62
    Dog no. 6: 2728 - Perfusion, 1965
    8 63
    Dog no. 7: 2702 - Deep anesthesia, 1965
    8 64
    Dog no. 8: 2942 - Perfusion, 1965
    8 65
    Dog no. 9: 2751 - Perfusion + ECG, 1965
    8 66
    Dog no. 10: 2773 - Bleeding, 1965
    8 67
    Dog no. 11: 2797 - Lung pulmonary dialysis study, 1965
    8 68
    Dog no. 12: 2836 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 69
    Dog no. 13: 2839 - Intestinal dialysis: Nephrectomy, 1965
    8 70
    Dog no. 14: 2882 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 71
    Dog no. 15: 2868 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 72
    Dog no. 16: 2909 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 73
    [Dog no.] 17: 2926 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 74
    [Dog no.] 18: 2927 - Intestinal dialysis: Nephrectomy, 1965
    8 75
    [Dog no.] 19: 2914 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Nephrectomy, 1965
    8 76
    [Dog no.] 20: 2965 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 77
    [Dog no.] 21: 2991 - Lung-pulmonary dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 78
    [Dog no.] 22: 3001 - Intestinal dialysis: Study, 1965
    8 79
    [Dog no.] 23: 3058 - Pulmonary dialysis: Study; Lung - Cardiac arrest, 1965
    8 80
    [Dog no. 3284], 1966 Jan -Feb
    8 81
    Dog no. 4439 - Microsphere injection, [ca. 1965-1966]
     
    Acute Cases (Dogs), 1966-1967 [subseries]:
    8 82
    A-1, A-2, A-3 - Record of operation #1, 2, 3, 5, 1966 Jan-Feb
    8 83
    A-4, 1966 Jun 7
    8 84
    A-5, 1966 Jun 13
    8 85
    A-6 To-21, 1966 Jun 29
    8 86
    A-6 To-21 - Cineangiogram, 1966 Jul 5
    8 87
    C-23 To-22 - Changed to A-7 To-17R, 1966 Jul 6
    8 88
    A-8 To-20R, 1966 Jul 27
    8 89
    A-9 Tear of aorta, 1966 Aug 10
    8 90
    A-11, 1966 Sep 9
    8 91
    A-12 - Transducer unit #2 [contains photographs], 1966 Sep 12
    8 92
    A-13 To-31 - Transducer unit [contains photographs], 1966 Oct 19
    8 93
    A-14 - X-ray cancelled, 1966 Oct 31
    8 94
    A-15 To-39R - X-ray, 1966 Nov 2
    8 95
    A-16 - 2 30' driving, 1966 Nov 9
    8 96
    A-17 - 1 30' driving, 1966 Nov 14
    8 97
    A-18, 1966 Nov 28
    8 98
    A-19 To-39 - Transducer no. 9 [contains photographs], 1966 Dec 12
    8 99
    A-20 - Avco machine no. 5 - Unit with 2 cannlas, 1967 Jan 4
    8 100
    A-21 T-9D G-2, 1967 Jan 16
    8 101
    A-22 - Recording, [1967]
    8 102
    A-22 - Transducer 9E-1 and 2 [contains photographs], 1967 Feb 6
    8 103
    A-23 - Transducers 9E 3 and 4 [contains photographs], 1967 Mar 8
    9 1
    A-24 9E 4.5, 1967 Apr 5
    9 2
    A-25 - Transducer recording!! [contains photographs], 1967 May 10
    9 3
    A-26 - Cineangiogram, [1967 May 17]
     
    C Cases (Dogs), 1966-1967 [subseries]:
    9 4
    [C-1] MAV No. 6 - Sick dog - Cancelled, 1966 Feb 9
    9 5
    C-2 No. 7 MAV, 1966 Feb 15
    9 6
    C-3 No. 8 MAV, 1966 Feb 17
    9 7
    C-4 No. 9, 1966 Feb 21
    9 8
    C-5 No. 10, 1966 Feb 24
    9 9
    C-6, 1966 Feb 28
    9 10
    C-7, 1966 Mar 7
    9 11
    C-8, 1966 Mar 14
    9 12
    C-9 [contains photographs], 1966 Mar 31
    9 13
    C-10, 1966 Apr 4
    9 14
    C-11, 1966 Apr 14
    9 15
    C-12 - Boxer, 1966 Apr 19
    9 16
    C-13, 1966 Apr 20
    9 17
    C-14 - Hairy, 1966 Apr 25
    9 18
    C-15 To-13 - 3709 Colli, male, 1966 Apr 27
    9 19
    C-16 To-14, 1966 May 2
    9 20
    C-17 To-14, 1966 May 3
    9 21
    C-19 To-16 - 3804 small, female, 1966 May 12
    9 22
    C-20 (To-17), 1966 May 16
    9 23
    C-21 To-18 - Boxer, female, 1966 Jun 1
    9 24
    C-22 To-20, 1966 Jun 27
    9 25
    C-24 To-23, 1966 Jul 20
    9 26
    C-25 - Tertronix boxer silastic cannla, 1966 Aug 3
    9 27
    C-26, 1966 Aug 18
    9 28
    C-27 To-27, 1966 Aug 24
    9 29
    C-28 To-28 - Failure, 1966 Sep 2
    9 30
    C-29, 1966 Sep 19
    9 31
    XC-30 To-27R - 0(C-31 To-27R) Big blade - 5 months survival emboli, 1966 Sep 21
    9 32
    C-32 To-28R patency - Big white - 21kg - 66 days survival, 1966 Sep 23
    9 33
    C-33 To-34, 1966 Sep 26
    9 34
    C-34 To-32, 1966 Sep 28
    9 35
    C-35 To-33, 1966 Sep 30
    9 36
    C-36 To-20R - Viscious, 1966 Oct 3
    9 37
    C-37 To-32R - Double pacing, 1966 Oct 5
    9 38
    C-38 NIH, 1966 Oct 14
    9 39
    C-39 To-35 - 25 days, 1966 Oct 26
    9 40
    C-40 To-36 - 52 days boxer, 1966 Oct 28
    9 41
    C-41, 1966 Nov 23
    9 42
    C-42, 1966 Nov 30
    9 43
    C-43 To-40 [contains photographs], 1966 Dec 7
    9 44
    C-44 - 1 day, 1966 Dec 14
    9 45
    C-45 glue - G-1 [aortic arch], 1967 Jan 11
    9 46
    C-46 2 hour - G-3 aorta cut, 1967 Jan 18
    9 47
    C-47 - G-4 aorta cut, 1 day, 1967 Jan 25
    9 48
    C-48, 1967 Feb 1
    9 49
    Dog #C-49, A-27 - Movie clot, 8 days, 1967 Jun 21
    9 50
    New York Academy [- Summary of dog deaths], undated
    9 51
    Specimen - Booster heart, 1967 Feb 2
     
    S Cases, 1966 [subseries]:
    9 52
    S-2 no. 7 - Transducer into LV, 1966 Nov 21
    9 53
    S-3, 1966 Dec 5
    9 54
    S-4 microsphere, 1966 Dec 19
    9 55
    S-5 microsphere, 1966 Dec 21
    9 56
    S-6 microsphere injection - Flow probe, 1966 Dec 29
     
    Chronic Cases, 1967 [subseries]:
    9 57
    Calf [1], 1967 Jan 3
    9 58
    Calf 2, 1967 Jan 30
    9 59
    Calf 3, 1967 Feb 13
    9 60
    Calf 4, 1967 Feb 20
    9 61
    Calf 5, 1967 Mar 2
    9 62
    Calf 6, 1967 Mar 6
    9 63
    Calf 8 - Dr. K 3 Avco, 1967 Apr 3
    9 64
    S-8 St. Barnard, 1967 Mar 23
    9 65
    S-11 Avco booster - Dr. K4 big dog, 1967 Apr 10
    9 66
    S-12 (K5) G-5 - Big dog Avco, 1967 Apr 24
    9 67
    S-15 sheep 1 day, [1967] May 8
     
    Dacron Lining (DL Series), 1967 [subseries]:
    9 68
    S-7 DL1 - Dacron lining into descending aorta, 1967 Mar 20
    9 69
    S-9 DL2 - Dacron=Cloth, 1967 Mar 27
    9 70
    S-10 DL3, 1967 Mar 29
    9 71
    DL4 - No clothing, 1967 May 15
    9 72
    DL5, 1967 May 31
     
    Dipped Silastic (SD Series), 1967 [subseries]:
    9 73
    [S-13] SD-1 - Silastic bag (Dipped Silastic), 1967 Apr 26
    9 74
    S-14 SD-2, 1967 May 1
    9 75
    S-16 SD-3, 1967 May 12
    9 76
    SD-4, 1967 Jun 7
    9 77
    SD-5, 1967 Jun 28
     
    General, 1952-1989 [subseries]:
    9 78
    Assisted circulation - AVCO, 1966-1967
    9 79
    Auxiliary ventricle data, 1958 Aug 15
    9 80
    Auxiliary ventricle - Mono-stable multivibrator, 1962 Jun 1
    9 81
    Auxiliary ventricle - Patent application, [grant materials, and reprints], 1952-1967
    9 82
    Auxiliary ventricle - Patent application work papers, 1960-1966
    9 83
    Booster unit measurements - New Epon shell, 1966 Jun 15
    9 84
    Cineangiogram - Patency dog autopsy - (Nov 11, 1966), 1966
    9 85
    Driving system has been checked [contains photographs], 1966 Feb 8
    9 86
    ["Explanation of Cineangiographic Film of the Booster Heart"], 1966 Nov 25
    9 87
    Flow meter (probe) - Descending aorta, baffle booster, undated
    9 88
    Flow meter test, 1966 Apr 28
    9 89
    Implantation of MAV in calves, 1967 Mar 6
    9 90
    Just transducer test - Transducer #6 and #7, 1966 Oct 24
    9 91
    Lists of Xeroxes and vouchers, 1962-1964
    9 92
    MAV generality, 1965
    9 93
    MAV recordings, 1965-1966
    10 1
    MAV - Timing circuit (No-good case) [Booster heart experiment (New recording)], undated
    10 2
    Mechanical booster heart - Dogs data, 1959
    10 3
    Mechanical booster heart - Public references - Artificial heart devices, 1962-1967
    10 4
    New pressure regulator - Checked, 1966 Jun 31
    10 5
    [Operation log accompanying booster heart films], 1967 Jul 12
    10 6
    Order (Copies), 1965-1967
    10 7
    Original artwork of diaphragm and aortic assisting device, 1987-1989, n.d.
    10 8
    [Preliminary] Hemolysis [Study: Plasma Hemoglobin], 1966 Nov 10
    10 9
    Pressure - Puls pattern flow pattern study, 1967 Jun 12
    10 10
    Procedure for care of MAV dogs, 1970, 1978
    10 11
    Record of chronic dogs so far, 1965-1966
    10 12
    Special remarks on MAV, 1966-1967
    10 13
    Summary of strain gauges, 1966
    10 14
    Test of driving unit and booster heart, 1966
     
    Series 5: Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP), 1963-1989 (Bulk 1967-1977) [series]:

    The IABP series is comprised of four sub-series: Dog Studies, Human Studies, Instructional Training Program, and Cooperative Study. The last three sub-series are subdivided further. Materials in the first two sub-series comprise experimental data gathered during animal and human trials with the IABP. Dog Studies consists entirely of balloon pump readings that are arranged alphabetically by folder title; Human Studies consists of data logs, medical files, case reports, patient lists, ECG recordings, and wall charts as well as information on a study run by Mary Caiazza and Jaroslav P. Stulc. Most folders within these sub-series are arranged alphabetically by title. The Caiazza-Stulc study patient lists follow the order listed in the Table of Contents; the Case File notebooks which summarize numerous patients are arranged before the individual case files.

    The third sub-series, Instructional Training Program, documents Kantrowitz's efforts to promote a wider acceptance of the IABP by training other healthcare professionals in its use. Particularly well documented is a one-time training workshop run by Sinai Hospital of Detroit in cooperation with the Ohio State University Perfusionist Training Program. Material types in this sub-series include correspondence, memoranda, evaluation and registration forms, background research, interviews, and printed matter. The Cooperative Study sub-series refers to a proposed effort by Maimonides Hospital and other institutions to construct IABP devices and deliver them to other medical facilities. Included are program proposals, reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, memoranda, manuals, and two audio reels. The subdivisions within each sub-series are arranged alphabetically by title; folders within these subdivisions are arranged chronologically by date range, then alphabetically by title.

    Portions of the series are restricted by HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy (PHI).

     
    Dog Studies, 1976-1989 [subseries]:
     
    Computer controlled balloon pump readings (Moskowitz) [subseries]:
    O4 1
    AEM 602, 1976 Mar 4
    O4 2
    AEM 603, 1976 Mar 5
    O4 3
    AEM 604, 1976 Apr 13
    O4 4
    AEM 605, 1976 Apr 21
    O4 5
    AEM 606, 1976 Apr 26
    O4 6
    AEM 607, 1976 Apr 30
    O4 7
    AEM 613, 1976 Jun 30
    O5 1
    AEM 614, 1976 Jul 14
    O5 2
    AEM 615, 1976 Jul 28
    O5 3
    AEM 616, 1976 Aug 20
    O5 4
    [Unidentified] - 39379 to 39502, undated
    O2 3
    Mr. N. Kanai - Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd. fax Japan [re: 1968 dog experiment] [contains photographs and negative], 1989
     
    Human Studies, 1963-1983 [subseries]:  [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 40
    Authorization for use of phase-shift balloon pump, 1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 41
    Balloon pump case reports [contains photographs], 1967-1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 42
    Balloon pump data, 1968-1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    [Balloon pump data logs] [subseries]:  [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 43
    [Patient check lists], 1976-1982 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 44
    [221-321], 1976-1977 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 45
    [322-456], 1977-1979 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 46
    [457-564], 1979-1980 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R4 47
    [565-600], 1980 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 1
    [601-654], 1980-1981 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 2
    [655-708], 1981-1982 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Caiazza-Stulc study [subseries]:
    R5 3
    [Balloon pump patients - Coronary care unit - Weekly census records], 1972-1974 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 4
    [Caiazza balloon pump data - Stulc study], 1969-1974 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    10 15
    [Caiazza balloon pump study], 1968-1976
     
    Patient lists
    10 16
    Table of contents, 1982
    R8 1
    [IABP copy of master file - Caiazza], 1967-1980 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    10 17
    Aris, Ciborski, Phillips, A-Z listing, undated
    R5 5
    Scheidt's list, 1967-1973 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 6
    (New York-Sinai) Balloon pump list, 1967-1974 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R8 2
    Paul Friedman, 1967-1976 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R8 3
    Mary Caiazza, 1970-1976 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R8 4
    Jaroslav P. Stulc, 1970-1978 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 7
    Balloon pump cards, 1973-1975 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 8
    Balloon pump patients list, 1974-1975 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R9 3
    Balloon pump patients list, 1975-1976 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 9
    Balloon pump cards, 1976-1978 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Case files [subseries]:  [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Notebooks [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 10
    1 - Patient information, 1967 Jun 29-Sep 14 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 11
    2 - Book II IACA clinical cases [contains photographs], 1967 Oct 9-Nov 24 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 12-14
    3 - Book III IACA clinical cases, 1967 Dec [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 15
    4 - Patient information, charts, summaries, etc., 1967-1968 Feb [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 16-17
    5 - Patient information, charts, summaries, etc., 1968 Mar [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 18-19
    6 - Patient information, charts, summaries, etc., 1968 Apr-Jun [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 20-21
    7 - Patient information, charts, summaries, etc., 1968 Sep-1969 Jan [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 22-23
    8 - Patient information, charts, summaries, etc., 1969 Mar-Apr [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Case 1 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 24-26
    [General], 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 27
    Balloon pump analog recordings, 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 28
    Case 2, 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Case 3 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 29
    BP patient, 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R9 4
    Balloon pump analog recordings, 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Case 4 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 30-31
    [General], 1967-1968 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R9 5
    Balloon pump analog recordings, 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R5 32
    Case 5, 1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 1
    Case 6, 1963-1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 2
    [Case 15], 1968 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 3-6
    [Case 17], 1968
    R6 7
    [Case 23], 1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R9 6
    [Case 28], 1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 8
    [Case 29], 1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 9
    [Release form], 1969 Feb 17 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 10
    [Patient Name Redacted], 1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 11
    Case B, 1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    BP #178, OH #472 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 17
    [Recordings] [14 rolls], undated [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 1
    [Recordings] [8 rolls], undated [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 1
    [Wall charts] [24 charts], 1975 Nov 9-Dec 12 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 1
    BP #181 [Wall charts] [3 charts], 1975 Dec 13-15 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 12
    Balloon pump patient - #183, [OH #479], 1975 Jan 8 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 16
    [Recordings] [8 rolls], 1975-1976 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 1
    [Wall charts] [13 charts], 1975 Dec 31-1976 Jan 12 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 1
    BP #184 [Wall chart] [1 chart], 1976 Jan 15 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 1
    BP #185 [Wall chart] [6 charts], 1976 Jan [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 13
    Balloon pump patient - #186, 1976 Feb 2 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 16
    [Recordings] [4 rolls], 1976 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 2
    [Wall charts] [21 charts], 1976 Jan 21-Feb 8 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    BP #189, OH #502 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 2
    [Recording] [1 roll], 1976 Feb [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 2
    [Wall charts] [4 charts], 1976 Feb 15-17 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    BP #190, OH #517 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 2
    [Recordings] [3 rolls], 1976 Feb-Mar [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    Map Drawer 5 2
    [Wall charts] [16 charts], 1976 Feb 16-Mar 2 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 2
    BP #203 [Recording] [1 roll], 1975 Jan 14 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 14
    IABP Clinical, 1982-1983 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R6 15
    Maimonides Medical Center [patient fluid slips], 1967-1969, n.d. [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 3-5
    Pump cases, 1964-1967 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Instructional Training Program, 1968-1978 [subseries]:
     
    Background material [subseries]:
    10 18
    Facilities resources, 1968-1977
    10 19
    IABP instructional material - Non-Sinai, 1973-1975
    10 20
    [IABP patient care article - Nurse's point of view], 1975
     
    Continuing education credit [subseries]:
    10 21
    CME (Continuing Medical Education), 1976-1977
    10 22
    Perfusionist, 1977
    10 23
    RN (Resident Nurse), 1977
     
    Development group [subseries]:
    10 24
    I.D. group, 1973-1976, n.d.
    10 25
    Drs. Burford and Childs, 1975
    10 26
    Instructional development - Curriculum vitae, 1975-1977
    10 26A
    IABP account book #256, 1976-1977
     
    Grant proposal [subseries]:
     
    Burford preliminary interviews
    10 27
    [Outline and transcripts], 1975
    10 28-29
    Transcribed, 1976
    10 30
    Michael Meyer's impressions, balloon pump training program, 1975-1976
    10 31
    IABP - Chronological correspondence, 1975 Feb-1977 Apr
    10 32
    Development of instructional training program for IABP, 1975-1977
    R3 10
    [Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation proposal material], 1976-1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051-2052]
    R3 11
    [Instructional and training program preliminary material], 1976-1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2051-2052]
    R3 12
    Instructional development program - Grant proposal, 1977 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2052]
     
    IABP publicity [subseries]:
    10 33
    Drafts for brochure, IABP workshops, 1977
    10 34
    [For workshop series], 1977-1978
     
    IABP workshop [subseries]:
    10 35
    Planning meetings - Minutes, meeting notices, 1976-1977
    10 36
    Budget, 1977
     
    Co-sponsor
    10 37
    Michigan Heart Association, 1977
    10 38
    University of Michigan continuing education for nurses [contains negative], 1977
    10 39
    Wayne State University, 1977
    10 40
    Journal of registration received, 1977
    10 41
    Medical doctor (MD) speakers, 1977
    10 42
    Physical arrangements, 1977
    10 43
    [Planning], 1977
    10 44
    Preliminary draft, [1977]
    10 45
    Program content, 1977, n.d.
    10 46
    [References], 1977
    10 47
    Registration inquiries, 1977
    10 48
    Resident nurse (RN) speakers, 1977
    10 49
    Workshop B [attendance and evaluations], 1977
    10 50
    Workshop B [preliminary material], 1977
    10 51
    Datascope [Corporation, IABP workshop contribution], 1978
     
    Other IABP workshops [subseries]:
    10 52
    [Perfusionists Training Program - Ohio State University], 1975
    10 53
    1975-1977
    10 54
    I.D. proposal, 1976
     
    Cooperative Study, 1965-1973 [subseries]:
     
    Administrative [subseries]:
    10 55
    Consultant curriculum vitae - Schwartz, Melvin S., M.D., 1967-1968
    10 56
    Curriculum vitae - Fleming, Peter, M.D., 1968
    10 57
    Regional Medical Program, 1968-1969
    10 58
    Data handling preliminary material, 1969
    10 59
    Filing procedure, 1969
    10 60
    Mortality in cardiogenic shock, 1969
    10 61-62
    Hartford Foundation, 1969-1970
    10 63
    Hartford Foundation grant, 1969-1970
    10 64-65
    Final report [background material], 1969-1973
    11 1
    Final report [background material], 1969-1973
    11 2
    Addresses of groups, 1970 Oct 19
    11 3
    Dr. Peter Fleming's flow chart and comments, 1970
    11 4-5
    Hartford Foundation, 1970-1971
    11 6
    First year summary report to Mr. Coburn, C.G., 1971
    11 7
    Mailing, 1972 Oct 25
    11 8
    Letter to Hartford Foundation in regard renewal of current support, 1972
    11 9
    Statistical aspects: Dr. Schwartz, random consultation, undated
     
    Coordinating application [subseries]:
    R3 13
    Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital - ["Pilot Cooperative Study of Results of Cardiac Surgery"], 1965-1969 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2040-2044]
    11 10
    Phase-shift balloon pumping - NIH grant application, 1968-1969
    11 11
    Draft material, 1969 May
    R3 14
    Copy 1, 1969 Jun 12 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]
    R3 15-16
    Application - All groups, 1969 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]
    R3 17-18
    Draft material, 1969 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]
    R3 19-21
    Phase shift balloon pumping - Draft material, 1969 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044]
    11 12
    Protocol, 1969
    R3 22-23
    Applications all groups - NIH (2), 1969-1973 [RECORDS CLOSED UNTIL 2044-2048]
     
    Correspondence [subseries]:
     
    Chronological
    11 13-14
    (1) correspondence, 1966-1969
    11 15-16
    (3) correspondence, 1969
    11 17
    (6) correspondence, 1966-1969
    11 18-20
    #7, 1970-1971
    11 21-22
    #8, 1971-1973
    11 23
    1971 Dec-1973 May
     
    Group
    11 24-27
    I - Albany, Baylor, P.B. Brigham, Cedars, 1967-1972
    11 28-30
    II - Cornell, Downstate, Duke, Sinai of Detroit, 1967-1973
    11 31-33
    III - St. Vincent's, Washington [University] St. Louis, [University of] Chicago, 1968-1973
    11 34
    1969 Jan 17-Mar 28
    11 35-36
    1969 Apr 23-Aug 1
     
    Data forms [subseries]:
    12 1
    Protocol, 1969
    12 2
    Drafts, old masters, 1969-1970
    12 3
    1970 Mar
    12 4
    Fleming, Peter, M.D., 1970
    12 5
    Original and rough draft, 1970
    12 6
    Original copy (print shop master), 1970-1971
    12 7
    Data sheets, 1971
    12 8
    Dunn blue print - Data forms and flow sheet, 1971
     
    Financial [subseries]:
    12 9
    Fund 14-4330, 1969-1970
    12 10-11
    Requisition and travel information, 1970-1971
    12 12
    Financial reports, 1970-1972
    12 13-14
    Requisition and travel information, 1971-1973
     
    Guidelines and manuals [subseries]:
    12 15
    [Guidelines for balloon pumping], 1967 Sep 20
    12 16
    National Advisory Heart Council guidelines - Organizing folder, 1967-1969
    12 17
    Copy 1 manuscript - Protocol for IACA team, 1967-1969 n.d.
    12 18
    Protocol - Amended, 1969 Aug 28
    12 19
    "Drive system" - Manual draft, 1970
     
    Meetings [subseries]:
    12 20
    Preparation materials - NIH meeting, 1968 Feb-Apr
    12 21
    NIH visit - Drs. Mitchell, Sheila and Halprin, Max, 1968 Oct 30
    12 22
    Hartford meeting, 1968-1969
    12 23
    Meeting agenda, 1969 Jan 24
    12 24
    Minutes, [New York meeting], 1969 Jan 24-27
    12 25
    Protocol committee meeting, 1969 Feb-Mar
    12 26
    Minutes, Bethesda protocol and cover letter (original), 1969 Mar
    12 27
    Minutes - Meeting rough draft, 1969 Mar
    12 28
    NIH meeting, 1969 Mar
    12 29
    Meeting, Dallas, 1969 Oct-Nov
    12 30
    Tape of balloon pump meeting [contains audio reel], 1970 Jul 24
    12 31
    Rough draft minutes, 1970 Jul-Aug
    12 32
    Minutes of coop meeting Atlantic City original copies, 1970 Nov 11
    12 33
    American Heart [dinner meeting], 1970
    12 34
    Meeting - Atlantic City [contains audio reel], 1970
    12 35
    Meeting, Atlantic City, 1971
    12 36
    Meeting - New York City, 1972 Jan
    12 37
    Meeting minutes, Chicago, 1972 Jan-Mar
     
    Series 6: Heart Transplant (HT), 1961-2004 (Bulk 1966-1969) [series]:

    This series provides details on the Kantrowitz research team's experimentation with cardiac transplants in animals and human beings. It consists of surgery records, correspondence, professional and layperson inquiries, memoranda, reports, reprints, abstracts, consent forms, conference material, manuscript drafts, background research, and clippings. The series is divided into the following sub-series: Surgery Data, Administrative Files, Publications, Nancy Ross-Flanigan Files, BBC Documentary, and Michael Meyer Files. The first four sub-series are subdivided further. Materials in the first sub-series are arranged alphabetically by folder title or numerically by experiment numbers. Folders in the second, third, and fourth sub-series are arranged chronologically by date within their respective subdivisions. The final two sub-series are also arranged chronologically by folder date.

    Surgery Data contains images of the infant transplantation surgery performed by Kantrowitz on December 6, 1967, as well as the raw data, handwritten notes, and ECG recordings from numerous dog and human infant trials performed by Yasunori Koga and Shigehisa Yagi. The second and third sub-series document internal developments and public discussions regarding animal and human heart transplants, such as the surgeries on the dogs Pirate and Kuru and the ethics of total heart transplants. The Nancy Ross-Flanigan Files contain the planning documents, research, and drafts kept by Ms. Flanigan to help Kantrowitz prepare "America's First Human Heart Transplant -- The Concept, the Planning, and the Furor," a 30th anniversary retrospective on the surgery. The fifth sub-series consists of correspondence regarding a BBC documentary on the history of transplant surgery, and the final sub-series is a group of writings and articles on Kantrowitz's first human heart transplant.

    Portions of the series are restricted by HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy (PHI).

     
    Surgery Data, 1966-2004 [subseries]:
     
    Infant transplantation surgery [subseries]:
    12 38
    [Infant] heart transplant images 51-360 (1967 Dec 6) [contains DVD], 2004 Jul 30
    12 39
    Slides 1-120, 1967 Dec 6
    12 40
    Slides 121-240, 1967 Dec 6
    12 41
    Slides 241-360, 1967 Dec 6
    12 42
    Slides, unidentified photographer, 1967-1968, n.d.
    12 43
    X ray slides by William Neches M.D., pediatric intern (now University of Pittsburgh), 1968
     
    Yasunori Koga (Cadaver heart perfusion) [subseries]:
    12 44
    [ECG recordings during heart perfusion] - Y. Koga, M.D., 1967 Jul-1968 May, n.d.
    13 1
    Recordings, 1966, n.d.
    13 2-3
    Recordings of perfusions, 1966
     
    Yasunori Koga (Dog) [subseries]:
     
    ECG records
    13 4
    Koga data - Puppy #2021 [contains x-rays], 1966
    13 5
    Puppy #2022 [contains x-rays], 1966
    13 6
    Puppy #2025, 1966
    13 7
    Puppy #2026, 1966
    13 8
    Puppy #2027 [contains x-rays], 1966
    13 9
    Puppy #2028 [contains x-rays], 1966
    13 10
    Puppy #2029 [contains x-rays], 1966
    13 11
    Puppy #2034, 1966
    13 12
    Puppy #2035, 1966
    13 13
    Puppy #2036, 1966
    13 14
    Dog #8075, 1969 Feb-Mar
     
    Perfusion
    13 15
    Dog perfusion data, perfusion #3001-3007, 1967
    13 16
    Perfusion recordings 3001-3004, 1967
    13 17
    Perfusion recordings 3005-3007, 1967
     
    ECG recordings after heart transplant
    13 18
    Dog #6423 [5 rolls], 1968 Mar
    13 18
    Dog #6492 [5 rolls], 1968 Apr-May
    13 18
    Dog #6506 [22 rolls], 1968 Apr-May
    13 18
    Dog #6513 [17 rolls], 1968 Apr-May
    13 18
    Dog #6592 [8 rolls], 1968 May-Jun
    13 18
    Dog #6596 [4 rolls], 1968 May
    14 1-2
    [Various numbers] - Y. Koga, M.D., 1967-1968
     
    Yasunori Koga (Human) [subseries]:
    14 5
    [Heart perfusion], 1967-1968
    14 3-4
    Heart perfusion (Anencephalic baby) - EKG's [10 rolls], 1968 Jul 25-Dec 24
     
    Shigehisa Yagi (Dog) [subseries]:
     
    Direct Heart Transplant (DHT) and normothermic perfusion
    14 6
    [No. 6597] Perfusion (Cadaver heart) 1, 1968 Jun 3
    14 7
    No. 6613 DHT (puppy), 1968 Jun 24
    14 8
    No. 6617 DHT (p), 1968 Jun 4
    14 9
    No. 6624 DHT (p), 1968 May 29
    14 10
    No. 6643 DHT (p), 1968 Jun 20
    14 11
    No. 6660 DHT, 1968 Jul 14
    14 12
    No. 6661 DHT (p), 1968 Jun 11
    14 13
    No. 6674 DHT (puppy), 1968 Jul 11
    14 14
    No. 6688 CHT, 1968 Jul 5
    14 15
    No. 6690 CHT, 1968 Jun 26
    14 16
    No. 6707 DHT (puppy), 1968 Jul 10
    14 17
    No. 6743 CHT (puppy), 1968 Jul 26
    14 18
    No. 6747 DHT (p), 1968 Jul 31
    14 19
    No. 6748 DHT (puppy), 1968 Aug 5
    14 20
    No. 6780 DHT (p), 1968 Aug 7
    14 21
    No. 6805 Perfusion 2, 1968 Aug 21
    14 22
    No. 6807 DHT (p), 1968 Aug 14
    14 23
    No. 6820 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 21
    14 24
    No. 6822 Perfusion 3, 1968 Sep 6
    14 25
    No. 6824 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 13
    14 26
    No. 6825 DHT (p), 1968 Aug 23
    14 27
    No. 6842 DHT (puppy), 1968 Sep 4
    14 28
    No. 6880 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 25
    14 29
    No. 6883 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 18
    14 30
    No. 6898 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 27
    14 31
    No. 6899 DHT (p), 1968 Sep 30
    14 32
    No. 6909 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 9
    14 33
    No. 6921 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 7
    14 34
    No. 6940 DHT (p), 1968 Oct 30
    14 35
    No. 6943 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 5
    14 36
    No. 6954 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 13
    14 37
    No. 6955 DHT (p), 1968 Nov 1
    14 38
    No. 6959 Perfusion #20, 1968 Dec 11
    14 39
    [No. 6972] Cardiopulmonary transplantation, 1968 Nov 6
    14 40
    No. 6975 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 25
    14 41
    No. 6976 Perfusion, 1968 Nov 11
    14 42
    No. 6992 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Nov 27
    14 43
    No. 6994 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Nov 20
    14 44
    No. 7031 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Dec 4
    14 45
    No. 7033 CHT and perfusion #25, 1968 Dec 27
    14 46
    No. 7044 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Dec 9
    14 47
    No. 7046 CHT and perfusion, 1968 Dec 30
    14 48
    No. 7074 Perfusion, 1969 Jan 22
    14 49
    No. 7075 CHT and perfusion #23, 1968 Dec 18
    14 50
    No. 8003 Perfusion, 1969 Jan 13
    14 51
    No. 8005 CHT and perfusion #28, 1969 Jan 10
    14 52
    No. 8007 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 17
    14 53
    No. 8008 CHT and perfusion #27, 1969 Jan 8
    14 54
    No. 8033 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 27
    14 55
    No. 8037 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 24
    14 56
    No. 8050 CHT and perfusion, 1969 Jan 29
    14 57
    No. 8362 DHT (puppy), 1969 Aug 1
    14 58
    Perfusion #21, 1968 Dec 16
     
    Direct Heart Transplant (DHT) and normothermic perfusion tracings
    14 59
    No. 6624 DHT (Puppy), 5/29/68 operation [10 rolls], 1968 May 31-Jun 13
    14 59
    No. 6748 DHT (p) EKG, 8/5/68 [9 rolls], 1968 Aug 6-16
    14 59
    No. 6780 DHT (p) EKG, 8/7/69 [16 rolls], 1968 Aug 8-30
    14 59
    [No. 6805] Perfusion (Membrane oxygenator) EKG [1 roll], 1968 Aug 21
    14 59
    No. 6822 Heart perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Sep 6
    14 59
    No. 6825 DHT (p) EKG, 8/23/68 [2 rolls], 1968 Aug 26-27
    14 59
    No. 6954 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Nov 13
    14 59
    No. 6959 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 11
    14 59
    No. 6975 Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Nov 25
    14 59
    [No. 6976] Heart perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Nov 11
    14 59
    No. 6994 EKG (During perfusion) CHT (puppy) [1 roll], 1968 Nov 20
    14 59
    [No. 7031] Cadaver heart perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 4
    14 59
    No. 7044 CHT perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 9
    14 59
    No. 7071 EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 18
    14 59
    No. 8362 EKG, 8/1/69 operation [1 roll], 1969 Aug 2
    14 59
    Perfusion EKG [1 roll], 1968 Dec 16
    14 60
    Loose EKG rolls, small and medium, 1968 Jun 3-1969 Jan 29
    15 1-3
    Loose EKG rolls, large, 1968 May 29-1969 Aug 1
    16 1
    Loose EKG rolls, large, 1968 May 29-1969 Aug 1
     
    Hypothermic perfusion transplantation puppy
    16 2
    # 6097, 1969 Feb 24
    16 3
    # 7089, 1969 Feb 13
    16 4
    # 8032, 1969 Feb 7
    16 5
    # 8036, 1969 Feb 3-4
    16 6
    # 8072, 8073, 1969 Feb 20
    16 7
    # 8075, 1969 Feb-Mar
    16 8
    # 8099, 1969 Feb 26
    16 9
    # 8115, 1969 Mar 13
    16 10
    # 8117, 1969 Mar 5
    16 11
    # 8132, 1969 Mar 10
    16 12
    # 8133, 1969 Mar 18
    16 13
    # 8143, 1969 Mar 31
    16 14
    # 8147, 1969 Mar 20
    16 15
    # 8159, 1969 Mar 28
    16 16
    # 8160, 1969 Mar 26
    16 17
    # 8161, 1969 Apr 11
    16 18
    # 8174, 1969 Apr 1-2
    16 19
    # 8185, 1969 Apr 9
    16 20
    # 8196, 1969 Jun 2
    16 21
    # 8197, 1969 May 22
    16 22
    # 8199, 1969 Apr 14
    16 23
    # 8227, 1969 Jun 24
    16 24
    # 8229, 1969 May 20
    16 25
    # 8254, 1969 May 27
    16 26
    # 8259, 1969 Jun 8-9
    16 27
    # 8260, 1969 Jun 11-12
    16 28
    # 8261, 1969 Jul 3
    16 29
    # 8263, 1969 Jun 20
    16 30
    # 8323, 1969 Jun 30
    16 31
    # 8324, 1969 Jun 27
    16 32
    # 8348, 1969 Jun 15
    16 33
    # 8356, 1969 Jul 8
    16 34
    # 8360, 1969 Jul 11
    16 35
    # 8363, 1969 Jul 23
    16 36
    # 8366, 1969 Jul 16
    16 37
    # 8388, 1969 Jul 29
    16 38
    # 8391, 1969 Jul 25
    16 39
    # 8394, 1969 Aug 8
    16 40
    # 8397, 1969 Aug 12
    16 41
    # 8398, 1969 Aug 14
    16 42
    # 8400, 8401, 1969 Aug 20-21
    16 43
    # 8403, 1969 Aug 19
    16 44
    # 8409, 1969 Aug 28
    16 45
    # 8411, 1969 Aug 22
    16 46
    # 8412, 1969 Aug 26
    16 47
    # 8468, 1969 Sep 11
    16 48
    # 8470, 1969 Sep 19
    16 49
    # 8476, 1969 Sep 16
    16 50
    No number, 1969 Feb 18
    16 51
    No number, 1969 Mar 7
    16 52
    No number, 1969 Mar 19
    16 53
    No number, 1969 Apr 16-17
     
    Shigehisa Yagi (Human) [subseries]:
     
    Heart perfusion anencephalic baby
    16 54
    #1, 1968 Jul-Aug
    16 55
    #2, 1968 Jul-Aug
    16 56
    #3, 1968 Sep
    16 57
    #4, 1968 Oct
    16 58
    #14, 1968 Nov
    16 59
    #21, 1968 Dec
    16 60
    #24, 1968 Dec
    16 61
    No number, 1969 Jan
    16 62
    No number, 1969 Feb
     
    Administrative Files, 1961-1995 [subseries]:
     
    Animal [subseries]:
    16 63
    (Dogs) Long term survivors - Kuru Pirate, 1963-1970
    16 64
    (Dogs) "Eterna" publicity, 1964
    16 65
    (Dogs) Nelson correspondence, 1964-1966
    16 66
    (Animal) Blumenstock inquiry, 1965 Jan
    16 67
    (Puppy) Co-op Department of Pediatrics, 1965 Jul 8
    16 68
    [Animal] D'Artagnan: Hematology studies - Hughes Institute, 1965-1966
    16 69
    Dog Pirate, 1967-1971
    16 70
    (Dog) "Pirate", 1967-1971
    16 71
    (Dog) Film - Pirate (Titles), 1968
    16 72
    [Dog] Kuru, 1970-1972
    16 73
    Dog - Pirate, 1971
    16 74
    Dogs Kuru and Pirate, 1971-1972
    16 75
    (Dog) Sawatani Dx procedures, 1972-1976
    16 76
    (Dogs) Eterna - Summary of vital information, undated
     
    Human-Animal [subseries]:
    16 77
    National Institutes of Health meeting transplant material - Financial, 1963-1967
    16 78
    Professional inquiries, 1964-1970
    16 79
    Imuran, 1965-1968
    16 80-81
    [Forms, clippings, correspondence, and miscellaneous], 1966-1969, n.d.
    16 82
    Lay publicity, 1967-1969
    16 83
    Film requests, 1968
    16 84
    Photograph requests, 1968 Jan-1969 Mar
     
    Human [subseries]:
    16 85
    Transplantation letters and consent forms, 1966-1967, n.d.
    16 86
    Inquires to professionals re: donors, 1967 Jan 5
    R7 8
    Patients, prospective, 1967 Dec-1968 Oct [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    16 87
    Barnard, C., 1967-1968
    16 88
    Clinical trial, 1967-1968
    16 89
    Clinical trial (2nd), 1967-1968
    R7 9
    Clinical study - Heart perfusion, 1967-1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 10
    National Institutes of Health clinical research studies - Cost-study patients, 1967-1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 11
    Transplant clinical trials - Donor registration, 1967-1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Lay inquiries
    17 1-2
    Folder #1 [contains photographs], 1967 Dec-1968 Feb
    17 3-4
    Folder #2, 1968 Feb
    17 5
    Folder #3, 1968 Mar-Apr
    17 6-7
    Folder #4, 1968 May-1969 Mar
    17 8
    Folder #5, 1969 Apr-1970 May
    17 9
    National Vital Organ Transplant Foundation, 1968 Jan
    17 10
    Times letter [re: Harry Schwartz article], 1968 Jan
    17 11
    Donations, 1968 Jan-Mar
    17 12
    Block financial analysis, 1968 Jan-May
    17 13
    Ethics, 1968 Jan-Nov
     
    Cape Town Transplant Conference
    17 14
    Cape Town, South Africa [- Travel, publicity, and correspondence], 1968 Jun-Oct
    O1 2-5
    Proceedings of Cape Town Transplant Conference (1), 1968 Jul
    17 15
    [Cape Town Transplant Conference - Correspondence re: transcript], 1968 Aug-Nov
     
    Protocol
    17 16
    Protocol, meeting, 1968 Jan 5
    17 17
    Protocol (Draft), 1968
    17 18
    Protocols, 1968-1971
    17 19
    Protocol original copy, 1971 Apr 30
    R7 12
    Donor, 1968-1969 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    17 20
    Anti Lymphocyte serum, 1968-1972
    17 21
    Professor DuBost correspondence, 1969 Jan
    17 22
    Protocols and consent forms, 1971
    17 23
    Research committee - Protocols and consent forms submitted for approval, 1971
    17 24
    Ethics, human subjects for research, 1972
    17 25
    Bank for storage, undated
     
    General [subseries]:
     
    Articles and clippings
    17 26
    Press clippings, 1961-1969
    17 27
    Transplant clippings, 1967-1968
    17 28
    Originals - Magazine headline articles, 1967-1968, 1983-1988
    17 29
    Ethics - Saturday Review article, 1968 Jan 6
    17 30
    Articles, 1968-1970, 1986-1995
    17 31
    [Clippings], 1985-1987, 1995, n.d.
    17 32
    Presentations, 1964-1967
    O1 6
    3 month report - Purchasing dogs, 1966 Oct-Dec
    17 33
    Vital Organ Transplant Committee of Los Angeles County, 1966-1968
    17 34
    Downstate Surgical Forum - Orest Zaklynsky, 1967
    17 35
    Cost analysis, 1967-1969
    17 36
    National Research Council - Transcript, 1968 May
    17 37
    New York City Organ Center, 1968-1969
    17 38
    AK correspondence with Felix Rapaport, 1968-1970
    17 39
    ACS/NIH Organ Transplant Register, 1972
     
    Publications, 1964-1989 [subseries]:
     
    By Adrian Kantrowitz [subseries]:
    17 40
    Biological abstracts, 1964 Dec 14
    17 41
    Abstract submitted to American College of Surgeons (Not accepted), 1964
    17 42
    Maimonides Research Society, 1964
    17 43
    Presented to New York Society for Cardiovascular Surgery - Script for short film, 1964
    17 44
    Presented to New York Society for Thoracic Surgery, 1964
    17 45
    Submitted to New York Heart Association (Not accepted), 1964
    17 46
    ["Fate of Orthotopic Canine Heart Transplants",] Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery, 8:155-162, Publication No. 70 [contains photographs], 1964-1967
    17 47
    ["Homotransplantation of the Heart in Puppies Using Profound Hypothermia",] Annals of Surgery, Publication No. 64 [contains photographs], 1965
    17 48
    "Immediate and Delayed Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Heart", JAMA Medical News, 1965
    17 49
    ["Immediate and Delayed Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Heart",] Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Publication No. 67, 1965
    17 50
    Presented to New York Heart Association, 1965
    17 51
    Submitted to ASAIO (Not accepted), 1965
    17 52
    Submitted to JAMA (Not accepted) (See Publication No. 70) [contains photographs], 1965-1966
    17 53
    (Abstract) AATS (American Association for Thoracic Surgery, 1966 Nov-Dec
    17 54
    Georges Dureau - American Heart Association abstract, 1966
    17 55
    Year Book publication, 1966
    17 56
    Histocompatibility - S. Samuels, 1967 May 29
    17 57
    "Outlook for Cardiac Transplantation" and "Orthotopic Homotransplantation of the Puppy Heart" - Dr. Koga et al, 1967
    17 58
    Abstracts - ASAIO (American Society for Artificial Internal Organs), 1967
    17 59
    "La double activate auriculaire apres transplantation cardioaique" - Cabasson et al, Archives des Maladies du Coeur (French), 1968 Dec
    17 60
    Ethical consideration summary - Dimensions in American Judaism, Volume II Number 4, 1968
    17 61
    Publication #133 - New York Academy of [Sciences] Sesquicentennial, 1968
    17 62
    Recent papers, 1987-1989
    17 63
    "Evaluation of Puppy Cadaver Hearts for Orthotopic Homotransplantation" - Dureau, Schilt, Khalil, Okura, Kantrowitz, undated
     
    By others [subseries]:
    17 64
    "Electrocardiographic Studies of Cardiac Orthotopic Homotransplantation 1. The Normal Puppy" - Cabasson and Joos, 1967
    17 65
    "The Heart of the Anencephalic Infant: A Possible Donor for Cardiac Transplantation", [1969?]
    17 66
    Abstracts on heart transplant, 1969-1971
    17 67
    "Supplying Organs for Transplantation" - Michigan Law Review, 1970 Apr
    17 68
    Journal of Heart Transplantation, Volume IV Number 2, International Society of Heart Transplantation, 1985 Feb
     
    Nancy Ross-Flanigan Files, 1963-1998 [subseries]:
    17 69
    "America's First Human Heart Transplant - The Concept, the Planning, and the Furor" [contains diskette], 1998
     
    Background research [subseries]:
    17 70
    NRF copies of background for first infant transplant - Reprints - References, 1963-1976, 1988, n.d.
    17 71
    AK presentations relating to heart transplantation, 1964-1968
    18 1
    Background information for first heart transplant (infant), 1966-1968, 1995-1997
    18 2
    NRF copies of articles, [ca.1966]-1971, 1985
    18 3
    Norman Shumway news release comments, 1967 Nov 20
    18 4
    Bethesda cardiac transplant conference [contains photograph], 1968 Sep
    18 5
    Reprints of heart transplantation articles, 1968
    18 6
    Miscellaneous heart transplant items, 1968, 1984-1986
    18 7
    Heart transplantation articles, 1985-1995
    18 8
    Abstract by Dr. Hans Carstensen, 1995
    18 9
    Adrian Kantrowitz curriculum vitae, 1997 Jun
     
    Drafts [subseries]:
    18 10-11
    Heart Transplant Retrospective Volume I, 1996 Dec 6-1997 Feb 6
    18 12-13
    Heart Transplant Retrospective Volume II, 1997 Jun 20-Jul 24
    18 14
    Michael Meyer's review comments on draft 6 Ross-Flanigan paper, 1997 Jun-Jul
    18 15
    Talks relating to heart transplantation - 1965-1967 listing, 1997 Jul 24
    18 16
    Ross-Flanigan transplant paper draft 7, 1997 Jul 31
    18 17-18
    [Ross-Flanigan transplant paper drafts 8-9, William Neches copy], 1997 Aug 14-1998 Jan 15
    18 19
    Jordan Haller review of Ross-Flanigan paper, 1997 Aug
    18 20
    Ross-Flanigan transplant paper drafts 10-12, 1997 Oct 8-Nov 5
     
    General [subseries]:
    18 21
    Detailed tabulation of replies to questions #5-16 - Main report Q #1-4, 1969-1971
    18 22
    [Heart failure] abstract and references [contains diskette], 1985, 1996-1997
    18 23
    Disks, [notes, misc. used in] transplant paper, 1986, 1997, n.d.
    R7 13
    [Parents' addresses, letters], 1995-1997 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    18 24
    NRF - Transplants - Miscellaneous, 1996 Dec 11
    18 25
    Heart transplant - Helen Taussig correspondence, 1997 Feb-Mar
    18 26
    Ross-Flanigan letter to Mr. Bashaw requesting permission to use "Statement of Responsibility", 1997 Jul 31
    18 27
    Correspondence to locate info needed for transplant paper, 1997
    18 28
    Nancy Ross-Flanigan To Do Lists, 1997
    18 29
    Ross-Flanigan paper background notes - Contact numbers, 1997
     
    References [subseries]:
    18 30-32
    Heart transplantation references by years (1905-1970), 1996 Nov 22
    18 33
    Ross-Flanigan references of Barnard papers, 1997 Feb 6
    18 34
    Heart transplant final papers - Ross-Flanigan [- List and source information], 1997
    18 35
    Source materials cited in transplant article, 1997
    18 36
    References cited list, undated
     
    BBC Documentary, 1995-1997 [subseries]:
    18 37
    BBC (Richard Pendry) - History of heart transplant surgery, 1995 Feb-May
    O1 7
    Richard Pendry travel schedule, 1995 Mar-Apr
    18 38
    BBC and PBS documentary films on the history of transplant surgery, 1995 Mar-May
    R7 14
    Correspondence - BBC producers and [donor parents], 1995 Mar-Sep [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    18 39
    BBC references, correspondence with Maimonides, 1995
    18 40
    Correspondence and photos of heart donor Kouch and recipient Louis Block, 1995-1996
    R7 15
    Correspondence, notes re: 1966 aborted transplant documentation, 1995-1997 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Michael Meyer Files, 1967-1986 [subseries]:
    18 41
    Human heart transplant F-1, 1967-1970
    18 42
    Kantrowitz first heart transplant - Meyer - Articles by Cabasson, Blanc, Joos [contains audiocassette], 1969
    18 43
    Heart Transplantation, Volume III Number 3, International Society for Heart Transplantation, [and correspondence], 1981-1984
    18 44
    Organ transplants and implants - Ethical issues articles [contains audiocassette], 1984-1986
    18 45
    A. Kantrowitz - First heart transplant, 1985 Aug
    18 46
    First American heart transplant [draft] [contains floppy disk], 1985
     
    Series 7: Other Research Projects, 1955-1985 [series]:

    This series brings together files from five less heavily documented projects. Documented here are Cardiovascular (CV) Surgery, Aortic Valve Transplant, Assisted Circulation Engineering, Prosthetic Myocardium, and Chronic Heart Failure (CHF). Experiment notebooks, log sheets, patient records and readings, photographs, correspondence, blueprints, expense reports, invoices, and equipment proposals can be found throughout this series. The CV Surgery sub-series contains notebooks kept by Arthur Cohen and Fred Heilman that cover several experiment series involving dogs, and the Assisted Circulation Engineering project contains planning and research records regarding the construction of a new heart surgery study area at Maimonides Hospital. Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title within each sub-series.

    Portions of the series are restricted by HMD's Access to Health Information of Individuals policy (PHI).

     
    Cardiovascular (CV) Surgery, 1955-1982 [subseries]:
     
    Arthur Cohen and Fred Heilman notebooks [subseries]:
    18 47
    Aortic transplant - Series K-100 [contains photographs], 1955 May 24-Sep 12
    18 48
    Arterial anastamoses - Series K-200, 1955 Jun 3-1956 Mar 7
    18 49
    Valves - Series K-300, 1955 Jul 21-22
    18 50
    Vein grafts - Series K-400 [contains photographs], 1955 Aug 10-1956 Mar 13
    19 1
    Perfusion experiments - K-600, 1956 Mar 13-Apr 4
     
    Experiment logs [subseries]:
    19 2
    Abdominal aortic by-pass (Dog), 1956 Oct 19-Nov 1
    19 3
    Abdominal surgery dogs, 1958 Sep 16-Oct 30
    19 4
    Aortagram (Dog), 1957 Jan 7
    19 5
    Aortic graft (Dog), 1956 Aug 13-1957 Oct 1
    19 6
    Aortic hypothermia (Dog), 1956 Sep 25
    19 7
    Aortic valvulotomy with hypothermia (Dog), 1956 Jun 21-Aug 2
    19 8
    Auricular appendage suture - Tefalon drains - Dogs, 1959 Oct 7-1961 Feb [9]
    19 9
    Biliary fistule (Dog), 1956 Aug
    19 10
    Blood volume determination (Dog), 1956 Aug 30-Dec 20
    19 11
    Calibration of constant fusion injector (Dog), 1956 Sep 20
    19 12
    Calibration of temperature drop of a liquid (Standing in room temperature) due to the building of oxygen thru it (Dog), 1956 Jul 31
    19 13
    Cardiac prosthesis (Dog), 1957 Jun 11-14
    19 14
    Determination of hemolysis in dog blood plasma, 1956 Apr 17-23
    19 15
    Dog experiment #95 - Pseudomyxoma peritonei, 1959 Nov 2
    19 16
    Hypothermia (Dog), 1956 May 3-1957 May 1
    19 17
    Internal mammary artery ligation (Dog), 1957 Mar 7-Jun 28
    19 18
    Kidney transplant (Dog), 1956 Oct-Nov
    19 19
    Pancreatectomy (Dog), 1956 Nov-1957 Mar
    19 20
    Peripheral arterial runoff (Dog), 1957 Mar 7-Apr 18
    19 21
    Porta caval shunt (Side by side) (Dog), 1956 Jun 26
    19 22
    Profusion with pump oxygenator (Dog), 1956 Apr 27-May 10
    19 23
    Pump oxygenator (Dog), 1956 Jul 26-1957 Dec 7
    19 24
    Thermometer calibration, 1956 May 14
    19 25
    Vessel anastamosis (Dog) [contains photograph], 1956 Apr 6-1957 Jul 3
     
    Notebooks [subseries]:
    19 26
    Experimental, undated
    19 27
    Jude Al Craan - Appointment books, 1963-1964
     
    Open heart surgery [subseries]:
    R7 17-18
    [Open heart pump team - Monthly open heart cases], 1970-1980 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 19
    [Open heart pump team - Monthly open heart cases], 1977-1982 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    R7 20-21
    [Open heart surgery patient and procedures - Data], 1970-1975 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    19 28
    [Open heart surgery patient and procedures - Summary], 1970-1974
    R7 22
    [Open heart surgery patient lists], 1970-1976 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
    19 29
    Open heart surgery - [Ruptured ventricular septum] potente film script, 1963-1966
    R7 23
    Record of heart surgery patients, 1970-1974 [RESTRICTED PHI POLICY]
     
    Aortic Valve Transplant, 1965-1966 [subseries]:
    19 30-43
    Valve transplantation no. 1-14, 1965 Oct-1966 Jan, n.d.
     
    Assisted Circulation Engineering, 1955-1977 [subseries]:
    19 44
    Graphic pump oxygenator - Blood-temperature studies, 1956-1957
    19 45
    Pump oxygenator - Human-animal, 1958 Feb 27-Aug 27, n.d.
    19 46
    Surgical research lab - Standard procedures - Dr. A. Kantrowitz, 1956 Sep
     
    Heart surgery study area [subseries]:
    19 47
    Blueprints of heart study area - Originals lent to Kahn Associates - Hospital architects - Maimonides Hospital, 1967 Jun
    19 48
    Cardiac study area, 1967-1968
    19 49
    Cardiac study center - Grant HE 11173-02, K-4 #68-2-1 - Prep and finish, 1967-1969
    19 50
    [Construction invoices and payroll], 1967-1969
    19 52-52
    HE 11173 - Study area opening, 1966-1970, n.d.
    19 53-54
    Heart surgery study area - Maimonides, New York, 1963-1968
    19 55
    Sterile animal surgery area (SASA) - Application for space, 1975-1976
    19 56
    Study area renovation plans - Grant #HE 11173 [contains photographs], 1967-1975, n.d.
    19 57-59
    Study center renovation plans - Grant #HE 11173, 1966-1971
     
    Heart surgery study area: Instrumentation systems [subseries]:
    19 60-61
    Bionic Instruments, Inc. [contains photographs], 1969-1970
    19 62
    Blood oxygenator - [Corco Incorporated and] A.F. Morrison Co., Inc. [contains photographs], 1957-1958, 1966
    19 63
    Electronics for Medicine re: instrumentation system [contains photographs], 1967
    19 64
    [General Electric 331 Medical System - Preliminary concepts], 1963
    19 65
    Grant HE-11173-01 - Brookline metabolic scale, 1967
     
    Gulton Medical Instruments
    19 66-67
    Proposal for circulatory assist monitoring system, 1967 Jul 17
    20 1
    Proposal for circulatory assist monitoring system, Amendment no. 1, 1967 Jul 28
    20 2
    Proposal for circulatory assist monitoring system, Amendment no. 2, 1967 Aug 17
    20 3
    Re: instrumentation system, 1967
    20 4-7
    Monitoring system - Study area [contains photographs], 1967-1973, n.d.
    20 8
    Biomedical Systems [Recommendations report], undated
    20 9
    HE-11173 - Instrumentation system, 1967-1970
     
    Hewlett-Packard
    20 10-11
    Proposed patient monitoring system booklet, 1967
    20 12
    Re: instrumentation systems, 1967
    20 13
    Patient monitoring system, 1977
    20 14
    Honeywell re: instrumentation system [contains photographs], 1967
    20 15
    Patient Monitoring System, Ventricular Assist Surgery: Technical proposal - Maimonides Hospital of Brooklyn, 1967 Jun 29
    20 16
    Polytechnic Institute / Gulton, 1961-1962
    20 17
    Pump oxygenator - Heat exchange development, 1961
    20 18
    Respirator - Teca Corporation, 1955-1957
    20 19
    Rotameter - Clifford Wilson, Mfgr. and Vendor, 1957
    20 20
    Sanborn - Recorders [Laboratory equipment], 1969
    20 21
    Statham Instruments, Inc. facilities and capabilities, 1967 Jun 30
     
    Prosthetic Myocardium, 1978-1982 [subseries]:
    O5 5
    Animal report - 2 EX, 1979 Mar 14-Oct 16
    O5 6
    Animal reports - 2C - 2CI, 1981 Apr 15-1982 Apr
    O5 7
    [Animal reports - ] 3 EX (Dr. Igari), 1979 Jan 24-Aug 16
    O6 1
    Dog 3557 32 kg - 3 EX, 1979 Aug 7
    20 22-23
    Surgical Research Laboratory - Data collection, animal operating record, 1978-1979
    20 24-35
    Surgical Research Laboratory - Data collection No. 1-12, 1978-1979
     
    Chronic Heart Failure (CHF), 1981-1985 [subseries]:
    O6 2
    Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 May 27-Jun 17
    O6 3
    Arrhythmia - CHF (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 May 28
    O6 4
    Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 Jun 4
    O6 5
    Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 Jun 10
    O6 6
    Arrhythmia (Dr. Yoshizu), 1981 Jun 17
    O6 7
    Arrhythmia [experiment stopped], 1981 Jul 10
    20 36
    Dog reports, 1984 Dec-1985 Jan
    20 37
    Hagiwara, Kenichi - CHF experimental, 1985 Feb
     
    Series 8: Publicity, 1949-1989 [series]:

    Publicity series materials include newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs which report on Kantrowitz's activities and notable events in the thoracic field and general medicine. All acidic newspaper clippings were photocopied onto acid free paper; the originals were discarded and the photocopies were retained. There are two sub-series: the Research and Professional Activities sub-series and the General Medical Subject Files sub-series. The primary focus of the Research and Professional Activities sub-series is Kantrowitz's research, promotions, conference attendance, and speaking engagements, but it also documents accomplishments of contemporary surgeons such as Michael E. DeBakey and Christiaan Barnard. The General Medical Subject Files sub-series covers a broad range of trends and achievements both in Kantrowitz's area of expertise and other medical fields. Items within each sub-series are arranged chronologically by date.

     
    Research and Professional Activities, 1950-1988 [subseries]:
    20 38
    Clippings, 1950-1957
    20 39
    Clippings, 1958
    20 40
    Clippings, 1959-1960
    20 41
    Clippings, 1961-1965 Aug
    20 42
    Clippings, 1965 Sep-1966 May 21
    21 1
    Clippings, 1966 May 23-Aug
    21 2
    Clippings, 1966 Sep-1967 Oct
    21 3
    Clippings, 1967 Nov-1968 Jan
    21 4
    Clippings, 1968 Feb-Oct
    21 5
    Clippings, 1968 Nov-1969
    21 6
    Clippings, 1970-1988, n.d.
    O2 4
    Oversize clippings, 1952, 1958-1972, 1981, n.d.
    21 7
    Photographs, 1951, 1958-1971, 1985
     
    General Medical Subject Files, 1949-1989 [subseries]:
    21 8
    "Medicine" - Time, 1949 Sep 26
    21 9
    "The story of the heart - America's no. 1 killer" - JAMA, 1950 Apr 8
    21 10
    [Heart-lung device], 1950 Sep-Dec
    21 11
    "Artificial heart valve restores doomed patient to good health" - New York Times, 1952 Oct 10
    21 12
    "Conquering surgery's 'no-man's land'" - Human Interest, 1953 Apr
    21 13
    [Dr. Charles Bailey] - Time, vol. 69, no. 12, 1957 Mar 25
    O2 5
    "Cardiovascular and other special surgery with be featured on week's film program; Note changes" - Clinical Congress News; "Scientific exhibits stress cardiac, thoracic surgery" - Clinical Congress News, 1957 Oct 14-16
    21 14
    "Medic's swim noseclip gets eye of Israel" - New York Daily News, 1958 Aug 31
    21 15
    [Lord Cohan reception], 1958 Sep 22
    21 16
    "Patient watches own heart in live 'TV' drama" - Brooklyn-New York World-Telegram and The Sun, 1958 Oct 1
    21 17
    "Improved heart-lung device used" - Los Angeles Times, 1959 Jan 12
    21 18
    "Advances in open heart surgery described" - Scope Weekly, 1959 Jan 14
    21 19
    AMA News, 1959 Feb 9
    21 20
    "U.S. doctor tests Soviet 'staplers'" - New York Times, 1960 Jan 10
    21 21
    "Computer may aid in war on heart ills" - New York Herald Tribune, 1960 Sep 30
    21 22
    "100 kept alive by batteries"; "A dystrophy 'pioneer'"; "The saga of a stapler", 1960 Oct
    O2 6
    "Making a heartbeat behave" - Saturday Evening Post, 1961 Mar 4
    21 23
    "Hi-fi technique detects heart illness in children" - New York Times, 1961 Jun 7
    21 24
    "Hearing aid is placed in a tooth" - New York Times, 1961 Aug 12
    21 25
    "Wide variety of ideas covered by patents issued during week" - New York Herald Tribune, 1962 Jun 25
    21 26
    "Stress and cholesterol" - Time, 1962 Sep 7
    21 27
    "Persons deaf since birth hear pure sounds in a doctor's tests", 1962 Nov 27
    O2 7
    "Where we stand: The heart" - Look, 1963 Jan 15
    21 28
    [Surgeon Francis D. Moore] - Time, vol. 81, no. 18, 1963 May 3
    21 29
    "Funds for disabled" - New York Times, 1963 May 19
    21 30
    [Heart pump articles], 1963 Oct 27-28
    21 31
    "On kidney transplants - a note of 'cautious optimism'" - New York Herald Tribune; "A heart pump revives Russian clinically dead for 43 minutes" - New York Times, 1963 Nov
    21 32
    "Scientists torture millions of dogs and cats a year", 1963
    O2 8
    Roche Medical Image, 1964 Apr
    21 33
    "Suit filed to prevent merger of hospitals" - News, 1964 May 5
    21 34
    Statistical Bulletin, 1964 Sep
    21 35
    "Effect on drugs on fetus assayed" - New York Times, 1964 Oct 25
    21 36
    "Plastic, new materials help to bring gains in replacing human parts" - Wall Street Journal; "1st liver graft given to baby" - Daily News, 1964 Nov
    21 37
    "MD reporting on supersonic use in cancer" - New York Post; "Paralysis fought with electricity" - New York Times, 1964 Dec
    21 38
    "10,000 laywomen at meeting on heart disease in Oregon" - Medical Tribune and Medical News; "Hybrid computer to aid open-heart surgery" - Medical Electronics News; "Vaccine called pneumonia curb", 1965 Jan, n.d.
    21 39
    "Some hospitals in state unsafe" - New York Times; "Dyestuffs found to cause cancer" - New York Times; "A baldness cure may be in sight" - New York Times; "U.S. charges doctor 'invented' study to support diet tablets" - New York Times, 1965 Feb
    21 40
    "Dr. Dever S. Byard, child-disease expert" - New York Herald Tribune, 1965 Mar 14
    21 41
    "The matter of the heart" - Medical World News, 1965 Apr 23
    21 42
    "Cancer-causing toxin is found to alter human-cell heredity" - New York Times, 1965 Apr 29
    21 43
    "2-chamber heart keeps dog alive" - New York Times; "New drug method eases leukemia" - New York Times; "Animals thought to be free of all germs spontaneously develop virus- caused cancer" - New York Times; "Portable kidney goal of research" - New York Times; "Maimonides adds 186-bed pavilion to Brooklyn plant", 1965 Apr
    21 44
    "Mosquito may transmit a hamster cancer virus" - New York Times, 1965 May 28
    21 45
    [Surgeon Michael DeBakey] - Time, vol. 85, no. 22, 1965 May 28
    21 46
    [Liver and kidney transplants], 1965 Jun
    21 47
    Medical World News, 1965 Jul 23
    O2 9
    "Control of life" - Life, 1965 Sep 10
    21 48
    "Artificial heart goal of project" - New York Times, 1965 Sep 16
    21 49
    "The marriage of medicine and electronics is preserving life and spawning a $350 million industry" - New York Times, 1965 Oct 24
    21 50
    "Spare heart almost ready to go into use" - New York Post, 1966 Jan 27
    21 51
    "What psychiatry is doing about E.S.P." - Science Digest, 1966 Feb
    21 52
    "Pump in heart gives patient thump of life" - Daily News, 1966 Apr 22
    21 53
    "Three nations' doctors meet to form own common market" - Medical Tribune; "New director, focus at NIH" - Medical Tribune; "Science and publicity" - New York Times, 1966 Apr 27-29?
    O2 10
    "Arterial aid in cardiac crisis" - Roche Medical Image, 1966 Apr
    O2 11
    "Patient's gift to heart repair" - Life, 1966 May 6
    21 54
    "Medical publicity" - Medical Tribune and Medical News, 1966 May 9
    21 55
    "Artificial heart called feasible" - New York Times; "U.S. acts to protect all persons used for medical tests" - New York Times; "Flu vaccine, antibiotics help fight emphysema" - Daily News; "Still a nurse problem" - New York Times, 1966 May 20-21, n.d.
    21 56
    Medical World News, 1966 May 27
    21 57
    "Doctors question when man is dead" - New York Times; "Legless Vietnamese walk again" - New York Times, 1966 May 29-30
    21 58
    "Child dies 2 months after a transplant" - New York Times, 1967 Dec 9
    21 59
    "Cigarette story: caution to the wind" - New York Times; "Drugs: now the wonder wears thin", 1968 Jan 8, n.d.
    21 60
    "Heart transplant patient gains" - New York Times; "Hospitals report a threat to care as cases increase" - New York Times; "Blaiberg allowed to see his wife; voice is 'strong'"; "Donor's husband made offer before she died" - New York Times; "'All-business' surgeon Norman Edward Shumway" - New York Times; "Barnard is hopeful on 4th transplant" - New York Times, 1968 Jan 8
    21 61
    "Innovation: the force behind man's march into the future" - New York Times, 1968 Jan 8
    21 62
    "Four stories about the narcotics business" - New York Post; "Stony Brook"; FACS newsletter, 1968 Feb
    21 63
    "To help prevent the heart attack" - New York Times, 1968 Mar 10
    21 64
    "Muscles revived by magnet device" - New York Times, 1968 Jun 11
    21 65
    "Attracting organs back to work" - Medical World News, 1968 Jul 5
    21 66
    "Organ transplants, publicity, and ethics" - Modern Medicine; "Heart transplant doc had plenty of practice" - Chicago Tribune, 1968
    21 67
    "It would be a black day for animals", 1968
    21 68
    "Surgeon's scalpel saves life of Vietnamese worker" - Army Reporter, 1969 Feb 3
    21 69
    "Heart feud gets hotter" - New York Post; "Dr. Cooley defends his use of artificial heart to save patient" - New York Times, 1969 Apr 10-11
    O2 12
    "Nun hat Barnard ausgesorgt" [in German] - Stern, 1970 Feb 22
    O2 13
    "Defusing a coronary - with gas" - Life, 1970 Apr 17
    O2 14
    "Lifeline for a dying heart" - Life, 1971 Feb 5
    21 70
    "Dr. Christiaan Barnard: Hearts have no names" - Detroit Free Press Parade, 1975 Nov 16
    21 71
    "Doctor resigns post after threat on his life" - The States-Item, 1976 Feb 24
    21 72
    ["Two surgeons cross pumps over external ventricle lookalikes" - Hospital Tribune - vol. 10, no. 19], 1976 Nov 22
    21 73
    Popular Mechanics, 1981 Jun
    21 74
    "Officials deliberate cost factors in implantation of Jarvik heart" - Salt Lake Tribune, 1982 Nov 20
    21 75
    "Transplant patient survives 14th year" - Detroit Free Press, 1982 Nov 27
    O2 15
    "Spare-parts medicine" - New York Times Magazine, 1982 Nov 28
    21 76
    ["Beyond artificial heart, what comes next" - U.S. News and World Report], 1982 Dec 20
    21 77
    [Dr. Barney B. Clark], 1983 Mar