Haskell Shanks waving as he is discharged from Sinai Hospital of Detroit


Title:
Haskell Shanks waving as he is discharged from Sinai Hospital of Detroit
Creator:
Sinai Hospital of Detroit
Date:
18 September 1971
Description:
Shanks was the first patient to be discharged to home with a left ventricular assist device intended to remain permanently in the body.
Rights:
Courtesy of Sinai Hospital of Detroit.
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Genre:
Photographic prints
Subject:
Heart Ventricles and Heart-Assist Devices
Format:
Still Image
Extent:
1 pages
Relation:
Adrian Kantrowitz at a press conference following Haskell Shanks discharge from the Sinai Hospital of Detroit, 1971
Legacy ID:
GNBBGY
NLM ID:
101584941X98
Profiles Collection:
The Adrian Kantrowitz Papers
Story Section:
Further Innovations in Diastolic Augmentation, 1968-2008