Forest Dewey Dodrill: Heart Surgery Pioneer. Michigan Heart, Part II

@article{Stephenson2002ForestDD,
  title={Forest Dewey Dodrill: Heart Surgery Pioneer. Michigan Heart, Part II},
  author={Larry W. Stephenson and Agustin Arbulu and Joseph S Bassett and Allen Silbergleit and Calvin H Hughes},
  journal={Journal of Cardiac Surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={17}
}
There have been at least two booksl.2 written about Dr. John Gibbon, Jr., who worked with IBM to develop a heart-lung machine and performed a successful operation with that machine about a year after Dodrill's first successful operation. Gibbon probably never performed another successful heart operation with his machine. There have been many articles and at least one book3 written about Dr. C. Walton Lillehei, a heart surgery pioneer at the University of Minnesota, who started performing open… 
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