The USSR was significantly ahead of the United States in experiments related to resuscitation

The Soviet Union and the United States of America for many decades continuously competed with each other in various fields, including science. So, Soviet scientists were significantly ahead of their American counterparts in experiments related to resuscitation. Followers of Professor Dowell Remember Alexander Belyaev’s sci-fi story “Professor Dowell’s Head”, in which life in a severed human head is maintained with the help of a special solution? However, heads are also sewn to the bodies there … Back in 1902, the Russian physiologist A. A. Kulyabko conducted an experiment with the head of a fish. A special fluid, a blood substitute, was supplied to the brain through the blood vessels. As a result, the head could move its eyes and fins, open and close its mouth.

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