Brochure for Dow Corning Antifoam A Spray

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Title

Brochure for Dow Corning Antifoam A Spray

Subject

Open Heart Surgery

Description

<p>Antifoam A, a substance made by the Dow Corning Corporation, was used in the operation of the DeWall Bubble Oxygenator. The substance, when coated along the walls of the debubbling chamber of the oxygenator unit, helped to dissipate bubbles introduced into the chamber to oxygenate blood.</p>
<p><em>Description of the DeWall Bubble Oxygenator</em>: Using a Sigmamotor pump, blood was transported via plastic tubing through the oxygenator unit which consisted of a vertical mixing chamber, a debubbling chamber, and a helix coil. Venous blood taken from a patient's major artery was pumped through the tubing and into the mixing chamber where oxygen was introduced into the blood by the addition of bubbles. The bubbles rose to the top of the chamber and spilled over into a debubbling chamber where any remaining bubbles were dispersed before the freshly oxygenated blood was returned to the patient.</p>

Creator

Dow Corning Corporation

Source

"Dow Corning, 1955-1965," Box 92, C. Walton Lillehei papers, uarc2000-7, University of Minnesota Archives

Publisher

University of Minnesota

Date

1955

Contributor

C. Walton Lillehei

Rights

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Format

Document

Language

eng

Identifier

oh0159

Coverage

Open Heart Surgery

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Original Format

Paper

Citation

Dow Corning Corporation, “Brochure for Dow Corning Antifoam A Spray,” Gallery, accessed January 27, 2023, http://gallerytemp.reclaim.hosting/items/show/3265.

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