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Thursday, July 19, 2012

MEET THE WORLD’S FIRST HEARTLESS MAN


Two doctors Dr Billy Cohn and Dr Bud Frazier from Texas Heart institute have successfully carried out a surgical operation in which there was complete removal of a man’s heart and replaced same with a rotor-like device.

The man ,Craig Lewis a 55-years old has earlier been diagnosed of amyloidosis which has a damaging effect on the heart who has been told by doctor that he had less than hours to eat had a turbine-like device that cause a continuous flow of blood after his wife had consented to it.
After the operation the wife was surprised that she couldn't feel neither feel his heart beat or pulse
The two doctors had earlier designed the device which they had tested on about fifty calves. They said these calves had resumed their normal physiological activities such as grazing, sleeping the following day after the surgical operations.They said these animals has no pulse and the electrocardiogram was flat.

The material, a rotor- like device that works by supplying a continuous blood flow is made up of moderate amount of homemade materials.
The Texas Heart Institute said that prior to having the revolutionary new device installed, Mr Lewis was been dependent on a dialysis machine, a breathing machine, and an external blood pump.

THIS WILL HOWEVER GO ALONG WAY IN CHANGING BELIEF IN THE MEDICAL CIRCLES THAN ONE CAN NOT SURVIVE WITHOUT PULSE.



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