Christianus Barnard

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Christianus Barnard: imago
Nativitas: 8 Novembris 1922; Beaufort West
Obitus: 2 Septembris 2001; Paphus
Patria: Africa Australis

Officium

Munus: cardiac surgeon, Medicus, Chirurgus
Patronus: University of Cape Town

Christianus Barnard (natus die 8 Novembris 1922, Beaufort West, Africa Australis; die 2 Septembris 2001, Paphos, Cyprus mortuus) est chirurgus [1], notus propter primam translationem cordis homini.

Intestinalem atresiam per vitium fetalis systematis cardiovasculi causam esse ostendit qua vicissim, ad emendatum eundem vitium, novam operationem chirurgicam adduxit. In Africa Australi , apertis cordis chirurgiam intulit. Anno 1967, primam translationem cordis fecit. Mortuus asthma est 2 Septembris, 2001, Paphos, Cyprus.

Opera

  • One Life
  • The Donor
  • Your Healthy Heart
  • In The Night Season
  • The Best Medicine
  • Arthritis Handbook: How to Live With Arthritis
  • Good Life Good Death: A Doctor's Case for Euthanasia and Suicide
  • South Africa: Sharp Dissection
  • 50 Ways to a Healthy Heart
  • Body Machine
Other Languages
Bahasa Indonesia: Christiaan Barnard
Lëtzebuergesch: Christiaan Barnard
македонски: Кристијан Барнард
Nederlands: Christiaan Barnard
português: Christiaan Barnard
Simple English: Christiaan Barnard
slovenčina: Christiaan Barnard
slovenščina: Christiaan Barnard
српски / srpski: Кристијан Барнард
українська: Крістіан Барнард
oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Barnard Kristian