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Russell A. Huggins, PhD papers

  • MS 057
  • Collection
  • 1987

The Russell A. Huggins, PhD papers contains bound reprinted research articles and loose reprints related to the research of Russell Huggins in the field of physiology. The collection consists of 1 box equaling 0.25 cubic feet. Materials are in fair condition.

Huggins, Russell A.

Frank W. Putnam, MD papers

  • MS 092
  • Collection
  • 1943-1995

The Frank W. Putnam papers contains RERF board of directors correspondence and board meeting reports, budget draft proposals, electrophoresis article reprints, “Hiroshima and Nagasaki Revisited”, medical dosimetry, assembly of life sciences, advisory committee meeting, meetings and conclusion of scientific council, genetic study conference, publications, and other material related to the work of Dr. Putnam. Collection consists of 5 boxes totaling 3 cubic feet of various paper material.

Subjects: ABCC, Cardiology. Baylor College of Medicine.

Putnam, Frank W.

Don Chapman, MD papers

  • MS 103
  • Collection

The Don Chapman, MD papers contains digitalis research, Diodrast notes, electrolytes, edema congenital heart failure, echocardiograms, electrocardiograms, Eisenmengers complex and syndrome, EKG’s, pulmonary valvular stenosis, primary pulmonary hypertension, ventricular aneurysms, vector cardiography, heart catheterization, arteriovenous fistula, sulfathiazole clearance test, syphilitic aneurysms, thyroid heart disease, ventricular arrhythmias, pyelonephritis, x-rays, fundus of the eye, subaortic stenosis, heart disease and pregnancy, heart tumors, cholesterol, cerebral insufficiency and carotid stenosis, atrial septal defect, atrial ventricular defect, cardiac resuscitation, anxiety heart disease, hypertension, abdominal aneurysms, anatomy and physiology of the heart, surgical treatment for hypertension and hypotension, renal insufficiency, myocardial infraction shock treatment, and other papers related to the research of Dr. Chapman. The collection consists of 18 boxes totaling 9.5 cubic feet.

Subjects: Cardiology. Medical Writing.

Chapman, Don

Raymond D. Pruitt papers

  • MS 113
  • Collection
  • 1930-1993

The bulk of the Raymond D. Pruitt Papers consists of original manuscripts and/or copies of his professional and personal writings. A bibliography compiled from his curriculum vitae, documents in the papers and a PubMed search is provided. The major portion of his published and non-published documents cited in the bibliography are in this collection. Also included are photographs used in some of the printed articles and correspondence about some of his writings.

Personal material includes original correspondence and photographic negatives from his year at Oxford University. Copies of some of Dr. Pruitt's medical records are in the collection. A reflex hammer and stethoscope labeled with his name. Some personal remembrances of his youth, college and university life are included in letters and printed material.

Studio photographic portraits of various sizes are included in the collection. Diplomas, awards and commendations are also included. There are several folders which contain information about his tenure as an officer and as President of the American Osler Society.

There is information about the establishment of the Mayo Medical School and its beginning years. Included in the letters is correspondence about his decision to leave Baylor College of Medicine to undertake that endeavor. Copies of many publications which covered the origin of the School are included.

Pruitt, Raymond D.

Texas Heart Institute Film Collection

  • IC 043
  • Collection
  • 1953-1993

The Texas Heart Institute Film Collection contains 277 reels of 16mm film and 86 videotapes. It consists of final distributed films as well as work prints, camera original footage, and other production elements. Video tapes of film transfers can also be found in the collection The majority of films were produced within the Texas Medical Center. This collection contains films related to heart surgery at the Texas Medical Center, primarily during the 1960s and 1970s. Films are typically instructional with brief surgical and case histories at the beginning. The films follow the surgery step-by-step with voice over narration and diagrams inserted to illustrate the process and techniques used. There is a brief follow-up at the end, sometimes including statistical information on patient outcomes for similar surgeries. Sixty-eight films have been digitized and are available for research access.

The collection documents surgeries performed by Dr. Denton Arthur Cooley and his associates in the Texas Medical Center. The collection ranges from the years 1956 to 1993 and consists of 38 cubic feet (277 film reels). It consists of 16mm composite film prints (prints with both image and soundtrack printed onto the film), 16mm optical soundtrack negatives, and 16mm and 8mm magnetic soundtracks, or magnetic tracks. All of the film prints and optical soundtracks are acetate or polyester stock. The composite prints are available in the English, French, German, and Spanish languages. Dr. Denton A. Cooley (1920-2016 ) was a pioneer in the field of heart surgery. Cooley founded the Texas Heart Institute in 1962. Cooley performed the first successful human heart transplant in 1968 and implanted the first artificial heart in man in 1969. His mentor and later colleague was Dr. Michael DeBakey (1908-2008), the cardiac surgeon who revolutionized the surgical treatment of aneurysms and performed the first successful coronary bypass in 1964. The collection occupies 38 cubic feet contains 277 film cans and boxes, some of which contain multiple reels.

Subjects: Texas Heart Institute, Denton Cooley, Heart Surgery

Texas Heart Institute

Medical Arts Publishing Foundation records

  • IC 094
  • Collection
  • 1949-1987

The Medical Arts Publishing Foundation records equal 86 cubic feet and contain roughly 1100 items of artwork plus administrative records. Items are housed in 17 document boxes, 49 oversize boxes, map drawer, and framed items. It consists of drawings, paintings, sketches, printed images, and artist notes depicting historical and 20th century figures in the history of cardiology, cancer research, psychiatry, and Texas medicine. The records and artwork demonstrate the artistry, planning, production, and evolution of an art department for a magazine publishing company from 1948 - 1980.

Medical Arts Publishing Foundation

Carlos Vallbona, MD papers

  • MS 184
  • Collection
  • 1968-2014

The Carlos Vallbona, MD papers contains correspondence, course materials, slides; files from his 3701 Kirby office; and other material detailing the career of Dr. Vallbona as a pediatrician, educator, advocate, physical therapy and post-polio syndrome specialist. He held positions at Baylor College of Medicine and TIRR. The materials date from between 1968 and 2014. Materials were donated in three stages in 2014 and 2015. Collection consists of 54 boxes equaling 54 cubic feet.

Subjects: Physical Theraby, Post-Polio, Baylor College of Medicine.

Vallbona, Carlos

Lysle H. Peterson, MD papers

  • MS 094
  • Collection
  • 1967-1974

The Lysle Peterson papers contains U.S Airforce scientific Advisory Board information and reports, Scientific Board of the International Cardiology Society, Titres et Travaux Scientifiques de J. Baillet, commentary, Southwest Foundation for Research and Education, liaison committee on medical education, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine planning committee, investment information, resident evaluations, various correspondence, transparencies, newspaper clippings, manuscript drafts and notes, various symposium booklets, miscellaneous meetings, various articles, diagrams, reprints, photos, air force documents, U.S naval report, health mark documents and information, herbicide orange, grants, gifts, donations, space science board, abstracts, and other prints and papers related to the work and research of Dr. Peterson. Collection consists of 17 boxes totaling 9.5 cubic feet of various prints and photos.

Subjects: Cardiology.

Peterson, Lysle H.

Denton A. Cooley, MD papers

  • MS 043
  • Collection
  • 1944-2016

The Denton A. Cooley, MD papers consists of the personal and professional correspondence, administrative records, patient information, publications, artifacts, scrapbooks, photographs and ephemera of Denton Cooley, MD. Dr. Cooley was born August 22, 1920 and died November 18, 2016. He was known as an American heart and cardio-thoracic surgeon famous for performing the first implantation of a total artificial heart.

The collection is unprocessed, although a box level inventory created by Dr. Cooley’s staff is available. The bulk of the material is in good shape. Some newspaper clippings are degrading due to acidic newsprint. The collection consists of 184.5 cubic feet or about 185 boxes.

Subjects: Cardiology, Surgery

Cooley, Denton A.