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Claude Beck and Vladimir Negovsky, 1961

Claude Beck and Vladimir Negovsky, 1961

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ALEXANDER MOKLETSOV / SPUTNIK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY ALEXANDER MOKLETSOV / SPUTNIK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Claude Beck and Vladimir Negovsky. US cardiac surgeon Claude Beck (1894-1971) and Soviet physiologist Vladimir Negovsky (1909-2003) in the resuscitation operating laboratory of experimental physiology, Moscow, Russia. Beck was a pioneering surgeon best known for innovating various cardiac surgery techniques, and performing the first defibrillation in 1947. Negovsky is best known as the father of resuscitation (reanimatology). In 1943, he established the first resuscitation research laboratory in the world at the Institute of Neurosurgery, Moscow. Photographed in 1961.

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