Beeuwkes, Reinier. Artifacts and documentation associated with Reiner Beeuwkes and the development of the Cardiovascular Analogue Trainer (CAT) at Harvard Medical School, 1971-1980
Artifacts, manuscripts , correspondence, and published material. Cardiovascular Analogue Trainer (CAT) with separate additional wiring [21880.001], series of hand-drawn conceptual drawings [21880.002] one bag electronic parts [21880.003], operating and instruction manuals for the CAT and associated devices [21880.004]. 1971-1980.
- Beeuwkes, Reinier (Person)
Language of Materials
Object labels, inscriptions, etc. are primarily in English.
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1 cubic feet
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Reinier Beeuwkes. Cardiovascular Analogue Trainer (CAT) and associated parts and documentation were donated to the Warren Anatomical Museum (Acc. #2018-138-W-B. "Leitz Microscopes for 125 Years" were donated to the Harvard Medical Library.