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Located within the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas, and founded in 1962 by renowned cardiac surgeon Dr. Denton Cooley, The Texas Heart Institute performed the first successful heart transplant and total artificial heart implant in the United States. Our physicians and surgeons remain recognized as worldwide leaders in the diagnosis and treatment of even the most complex cardiovascular conditions and The Texas Heart Institute has been ranked among the top cardiovascular centers in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for more than 30 years. Find out more at The Texas Heart Insitute.


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Cardiology, thoracic surgery, cardiopulmonary bypass, heart defects, congenital, heart septal defects, aortopulomary septal defects, cardiovascular abnormalities, pediatrics, Heart--Surgery, Children--Surgery, Heart--Abnormalities--Surgery, Oxygenators, Congenital heart disease, Heart septum--Abnormalities, Houston (TX), Texas Medical Center, Denton A. Cooley (1920-2016), Grady L. Hallman, Robert D. Bloodwell, Don W. Chapman, H. Liston Beazley, Paul K. Peterson, Joachim Zwer, Herb Smith, Robin Hanson, Don Macon, film (material by form) » 16mm (photographic film size), motion pictures (visual works), audiovisual materials, motion pictures (visual works) » sound films, motion pictures (visual works) » color films (visual works)


Demonstration from 1965 of pediatric surgery to correct aortico-pulmonary septal defect. A pump oxygenator is used. Film has voice over narration by Denton A. Cooley and illustrations by Barbara Anderson. See more at Texas Heart Institute Film Collection and its finding aid.