THE FIRST DIRECT HUMAN BLOOD TRANSFUSION: THE FORGOTTEN LEGACY OF GEORGE W. CRILE

@article{Nathoo2009THEFD,
  title={THE FIRST DIRECT HUMAN BLOOD TRANSFUSION: THE FORGOTTEN LEGACY OF GEORGE W. CRILE},
  author={Narendra Nathoo and Frederick K Lautzenheiser and Gene H. Barnett},
  journal={Operative Neurosurgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={64},
  pages={ons20–ons27}
}
GEORGE W. CRILE is best known as the father of physiological surgery in the United States, a pioneer surgeon, an innovator and inventor, a founding member of the American College of Surgeons, and the principal founder of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. However, Crile's legacy of performing the first direct blood transfusion in humans has been all but forgotten, even though the results were published in the leading scientific journals of the day. Crile's lifelong interest in the treatment of… Expand
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