Objects & Places from How We Die, Reflections on Life's Final Chapter

Sherwin B. Nuland
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Yale-New Haven Hospital

Dr. Nuland completed his surgical training in this facility. It is where he taught and worked from 1962 - 1992.

Rivington Street, New York's Lower East Side

Sherwin B. Nuland was raised in a tenement residence with his brother, parents, Aunt Rose, and Bubbeh at this location.

Electrocardiogram

The invention of this device in 1903 made possible the physician's ability to determine the effect on the heart the various maladies.

Stethoscope

Dr. Nuland notes that the physician's possession of this object was historically a representation of the distance between doctors and patients.

The heart

This organ represents one with a critical function in life. It is also representative of the soul, dignity, and hope a person possesses.

Ischemia

This leading cause of death is caused by blockages to the blood flow through major blood pathways in the body.

A virus

Microscopic and potentially lethal, this agent attacks the...

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