Perfusion Art: “Museum Piece”

“Museum Piece”    _______________________Click image to enlarge

PhotographerGiuseppe Salerno


EditingPhotoshop:  Cropping: Hue & Contrast adjustments:  Gradient filter.


Giuseppe SalernoThis heart-lung machine – a device originally designed and built by John Heysham Gibbon between the ‘930s and the ‘950s – dates back to 1958 and can be seen in in a showcase of The Science and Art of Medicine gallery – a part of The Science Museum in London (Exhibition Road). This model was designed by D.G.Melrose and used in the first open heart operations at the Royal Postgraduate Hospital, Hammersmith.

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About The Artist:  CCP in Texas:  Editor: Circuit Surfers:

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Any Donations are for the cost and development of an International Perfusion Art Gallery, Framing, Printing, Matting, and Expenses associated with delivering the Gallery to future Perfusion Conferences.

A project of this nature hasn’t been tried before, but it would be a lot of fun to see something like this at a perfusion conference, as an effort to improve and develop our international awareness as well as appreciate some very dynamic art !

Anything helps- $10 -$25 or whatever- It will all add up…



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