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DeVries, William C. (William Castle), 1943-


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

"The artificial heart: a case study of social and ethical issues posed by advanced medical technology" Collection

Identifier: OH 166

Interviews, interview summaries, testimonies, audiocassettes, field notes, and background articles created and collected by Judith Swazey and Renee Fox as part of their study of the Jarvik-7 artificial heart's development and clinical use.

Dates: 1982-1987

William C. DeVries Papers

 Collection — Box: 19 - oversized separations
Identifier: MS C 588
Abstract William Castle DeVries is the American heart surgeon who implanted the first total artificial heart (TAH) in a human patient in 1982. His collection of correspondence, medical records, x-rays, protocol and procedural documents, reports, scientific articles, manuscripts, publicity clippings, photographic images, and audiovisual materials mostly documents his professional career at the University of Utah Medical Center and the Humana Heart Institute International. The primary focus of this...
Dates: 1946-2002

William DeVries interview

Identifier: HMD MS ACC 2011-034

UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. An interview with Dr. Donald Lindberg, NLM Director and Dr. Tom Boles.

Dates: Aug. 16, 2011

Additional filters:

Heart, Artificial 2
Bioethical Issues 1
Biomedical Technology 1
Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures 1
Ethics Committees, Research 1