he proved that arteries contain blood and sugested that the body is made up of vines and arteries
Jan 1, 1200
discovers the flow of blood to and from the lungs
Jan 1, 1553
suggests that blood flows from one side of the heart to the other using the lungs instead of gping through the wall of the ventricles
Jan 1, 1555
criticizes Galen in the second edition of his seven volume work detailing human anatomy
publishes his work ON THE VALVES IN VEINS in this book are the first drawings of vains
publishes his book ANATOMICAL TREATISE ON THE MOVEMENT OF THE HEART AND BLOOD IN ANIMALS inthis book he explains that blood circulates in the body and is pumped by the heart
is the first person to observe and describe red blood cells.
observes a system in which connets the arteries and the veins
performs the first blood transfusion in animals
transfuses a teenage boys blood with nine ounces of lamb's blood. killing the boy
Dr. Denis sues Antoine Mauroy's widow
England ,Rome and French goverments put a ban on all transfusions involving humans.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
gives a description of the red blood cells, he also said how small they are "25,000 times smaller than a fine grain of sand"
wrote a book EXPERIMENTAL ENQUIRY INTO THE PROPERTIES OF THE BLOOD in this book he talks about plasma
Philip Syng Physick
performing the first human-to-human blood transfusion his work was not published.
performs the first recorded human-to-human blood transfusion he Using a syringe injected a patient suffering with 12 to 14 ounces of blood from several diffrent donors
observed that small cell fragments from the bone marrow make up clots in blood vessels called platelets
publishes a paper detailing his discovery of the three main human blood groups a,b,and o
Alfred von Decastello and Adriano Sturli
identify a fourth blood group -- AB -- that causes agglutination in the red cells of both groups "A" and "B."
Ludvig Hektoen , Reuben Ottenberg
came up with cross matching
he first transfusion using cross matching, and over the next several years successfully uses the procedure in 128 cases
the Surgeon General of the U.S. Army and Navy,
agrees to organize a civilian blood donor service to collect blood plasma for the war effort.
Albert Hustin of Brussels and Luis Agote
adding sodium citrate to blood will prevent it from clotting
determines that citrated blood can be refrigerated and stored for a few days and then successfully transfused
Francis Peyton Rous and J.R. Turner
develop a citrate-glucose solution that allows blood to be stored for a few weeks after collection and still remain viable for transfusion.
collects and stores type O blood, with citrate-glucose solution, in advance of the arrival of casualties during the Battle of Cambrai in World War I. Thereby, he establishes the first blood depot
Percy Lane Oliver
He recruits volunteers to travel to give blood as needed . All volunteers are screened for disease, tested for blood type
gave bllod to people from the dead
A group of anesthesiologists at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN,
are the first to begin storing blood and using it for transfusions within a hospital setting in the U.S.
storedblood for war in refgerated enviroment
came up with the name blood bank
Philip Levine and R.E. Stetson ,Karl Landsteiner and Alexander Wiener
discover the Rh blood group, through experiments with the red blood cells of Rhesus monkeys, and identify the antibody found by Levine and Steston to be anti-Rh.
Charles Drew Edwin Cohn
find ways to spearate protens
finds stuff in blood
Red Cross blood centers
form a national network of blood banks called the American Association of Blood Banks
Carl W. Walter
comes up with the blood bags
Dr. Max Perutz
starts using xrays to examin blood
discovers that slowly thawed frozen plasma yields deposits high in Factor VIII that means it will clot faster
Drs. Kenneth M. Brinkhous of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Edward Shanbrom of Hyland Laboratories
The resulting powder's clotting power is 100 times stronger than raw plasma, easily stored in a portable vial, and can be injected with a syringe by the hemophilia patient
development of a test to detect the presence of hepatitis B antibodies, thereby identifying infected donors; the test is mandated by the FDA.
The first cases of AIDS
suspect that the syndrome may be a blood thing
Dr. Luc Montagnier
isolate the virus that causes AIDS. They locate it in the swollen lymph node in the neck of a Parisian AIDS patient and label it LAV (lymphadenopathy-associated virus).
found out what causes aids
merica and aids
many americans are infected with aids
aids keeps goimg on
A series of more sensitive tests are developed and implemented to screen donated blood for infectious diseases: two tests that screen for indirect evidence of hepatitis; the Human T-Lymphotropic-Virus-I-antibody (anti-HTLV-I) test; the hepatitis C test; the HIV-1 and HIV-2 antibodies test; the HIV p24 antigen test; and Nucleic Acid Amplification Testing (NAT) that directly detects the genetic material of viruses like HCV and HIV
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