French obstetricians, 19th century

French obstetricians, 19th century

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Caption: French obstetricians. Group portrait of students and colleagues of the French obstetrician stephane Tarnier (1828-1897, second from left in back row). Tarnier pioneered the care of premature infants and designed the first incubator. Also seen are Pierre Auvard (1855-1941, far left of back row), who modified the incubator and Adolphe Pinard (1844-1934, far right of back row), who invented the Pinard horn for listening to the foetal heartbeat.

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