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The stethoscope has been improved over the years. After 100 years Dr. David Littmann of Harvard Medical School patented the new stethoscope that we still use today.
Dr. Laennec died at the age of 45 of tuberculosis, the very disease he came to diagnose with his own invented stethoscope. The darkest times of human existence during 1816, the year without a summer, inspired the innovation and horror of two iconic concepts: the instrument stethoscope and the novel Frankenstein.
Dr. Laennec’s story can inspire physicians to pursue other hobbies and passions finding new solutions to the present-day health care crisis.
Innovations can arise from other hobbies and passions.
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