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    • Alexandre Lion’s Incubator Charities in Europe (1894–1898) 

      Rebovich, Kelsey
      Alexandre Lion established incubator charities in the late 1890s in France to promote his infant incubator. Lion’s infant incubators kept premature infants warm and improved their chances of survival, but were expensive ...
    • Etienne Stephane Tarnier (1828–1897) 

      Rebovich, Kelsey
      Etienne Stephane Tarnier was a physician who worked with premature infants in France during the nineteenth century. He worked at the Maternité Port-Royal in Paris, France, a hospital for poor pregnant women. Tarnier ...
    • The Infant Incubator in Europe (1860-1890) 

      Rebovich, Kelsey
      In the nineteenth century, obstetricians in Europe began to construct devices to incubate infants in increasingly controlled environments. The infant incubator is a medical device that maintains stable conditions and a ...
    • Martin Couney and Incubator Exhibits from 1896 to 1943 

      Rebovich, Kelsey
      During the late 1800s and early 1900s, physician Martin Couney held incubator exhibits to demonstrate the efficacy of infant incubators throughout the US and Europe. At his exhibits, Couney demonstrated that isolating ...
    • Pierre Budin (1846-1907) 

      Rebovich, Kelsey
      Pierre Constant Budin worked in France to improve the lives of newborns and their mothers during the late nineteenth century. Budin stressed the importance of proper nutrition in infants and educated new mothers on ...