Published December 9, 1997 by 21st Century.
Published December 9, 1997 by 21st Century. Physicians, Juvenile literature, Surgeons, African American surgeons, African Americans, Biography, Protected DAISY, In library.
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Profiling the pioneering work of African-American physician Daniel Hale Williams, an illustrated biography discusses the achievements of a doctor who became the first person to perform surgery on the human heart and founded an interracial hospital in Chicago in 1891.
Daniel Hale Williams (January 18, 1856 – August 4, 1931) was an American general surgeon, who in 1893 performed the first documented, successful pericardium surgery in the United States to repair a wound. He founded Chicago's Provident Hospital, the first non-segregated hospital in the United States and also founded an associated nursing school for African Americans.
Daniel Hale Williams was one of the first physicians to perform open-heart surgery in the United States and founded a.
Daniel Hale Williams was one of the first physicians to perform open-heart surgery in the United States and founded a hospital with an interracial staff. Who Was Daniel Hale Williams? Born on January 18, 1856, in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, Daniel Hale Williams pursued a pioneering career in medicine. An African-American doctor, in 1893 Williams opened Provident Hospital, the first medical facility to have an interracial staff. He was also one of the first physicians to successfully complete pericardial surgery on a patient. Williams later became chief surgeon of the Freedmen’s Hospital.
Daniel Hale Williams was a pioneering heart surgeon at a time when technological discoveries were .
Daniel Hale Williams was a pioneering heart surgeon at a time when technological discoveries were revolutionizing the practice of medicine. In 1893, he became the first physician to successfully perform open heart surgery by entering the chest cavity of a stabbing victim and repairing the heart sac. The young man on whom he operated went on to live another fifty years after the surgery.
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In her free time, she enjoys traveling the world and running in 5k races. She almost succeeded in having abortions legalized in cases of rape or incest, and in expanding the already existing legally permitted abortions in cases when the "mother’s life was in danger".