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Cooley,

Denton, 20th century U.S. surgeon.
Cooley anastomosis
Cooley anastomosis clamp
Cooley anastomosis forceps
Cooley aortic aneurysm clamp
Cooley aortic clamp
Cooley aortic retractor
Cooley aortic vent needle
Cooley arterial occlusion forceps
Cooley arteriotomy scissors
Cooley atrial retractor
Cooley auricular appendage forceps
Cooley bronchial clamp
Cooley bulldog clamp
Cooley cardiac tucker
Cooley cardiovascular forceps
Cooley cardiovascular scissors
Cooley cardiovascular suction tube
Cooley caval occlusion clamp
Cooley chisel
Cooley coarctation clamp
Cooley coarctation forceps
Cooley coronary dilator
Cooley curved forceps
Cooley dilator
Cooley double-angled jaw forceps
Cooley first-rib shears
Cooley graft clamp
Cooley graft forceps
Cooley iliac clamp
Cooley iliac forceps
Cooley intrapericardial anastomosis
Cooley microvascular needle holder
Cooley neonatal retractor
Cooley neonatal vascular clamp
Cooley partial occlusion clamp
Cooley patent ductus clamp
Cooley patent ductus forceps
Cooley pediatric aortic forceps
Cooley pediatric clamp
Cooley pediatric dilator
Cooley peripheral vascular forceps
Cooley probe-point scissors
Cooley renal clamp
Cooley reverse-cut scissors
Cooley rib contractor
Cooley rib retractor
Cooley sternotomy retractor
Cooley suction tube
Cooley sump tube
Cooley tangential pediatric forceps
Cooley tissue forceps
Cooley U-sutures
Cooley valve dilator
Cooley vascular forceps
Cooley vascular tissue forceps
Cooley vena cava catheter clamp
Cooley vena cava clamp
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Denton Cooley, MD - Texas Heart Institute; University of Texas Health Science Center; St.
Denton Cooley, a well-known cardiac surgeon, transplanted a mechanical heart for the first time to save a patient who was dying from heart failure.
In an article in the Science Times Section of the November 27 New York Times medical writer Lawrence Altman, MD, reported that two of the world's most famous and successful heart transplant surgeons - Michael DeBakey, MD, and Denton Cooley, MD, have reconciled after a 40-year feud fueled by Cooley commandeering an artificial heart developed by DeBakey and transplanting it into one of his own patients.
Doyle also tells of a few of the intrepid, talented, passionate and compassionate scientists and doctors who have studied and fixed broken hearts, from Claudius Galen to Denton Cooley to Dave McIrvin, the pediatric cardiologist who treats Liam.
Transfusion-free techniques got their start in the 1960s when specialists such as Texas cardiothoracic surgeon Denton Cooley adopted the discipline to minimize blood loss.
Denton Cooley, at the Texas Heart Institute at the Baylor School of Medicine in Houston.
I first met Hal and Betsey when Zoe and I arrived in Dallas at Baylor 36 years ago at a cardiac surgery meeting at the Petroleum Club that he and his good friend Denton Cooley were hosting.
This series showed that it can safely support patients to transplantation," commented Denton Cooley, MD, also from the Texas Heart Institute, in an accompanying editorial.
Denton Cooley, who in 1969 first implanted a prototype artificial heart in a human with a severe heart injury.
Nearly every cardiac surgeon in North America whose surgical career overlapped that of Denton Cooley can find some connection to him.
Diethrich had the honor of working along side of pioneering heart surgeons Michael DeBakey and Denton Cooley who helped revolutionize cardiovascular treatments.
Denton Cooley on his experiences implanting the first artificial heart; Are leaders in medicine made or born?