References, bibliography & resources
Alfrey AC, LeGendre GR, Kaehny WD. The dialysis encephalopathy syndrome. Possible aluminium intoxication. New England Journal of Medicine. 1976; 294(4):184-8.
Bone JM, Tonkin RW, Davison AM, Marmion BP, Robson JS. Outbreak of dialysis-associated hepatitis in Edinburgh, 1969-1970. Proceedings of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association. 1971; 8: 189-97.
Borst JGG. Protein katabolism in uraemia: effects of protein-free diet, infections, and blood-transfusions. Lancet 1948; i:824-28
British Medical Journal. Hepatitis in Dialysis Units. Leading articles. 31 October, 1970.
Bull GM, Joekes AM, Lowe KG. Conservative treatment of anuric uraemia. Lancet 1949; ii:229-34.
Cumming AD, Swainson CP, Winney RJ, Robson JS. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis in Edinburgh. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, Tercentenary Congress, 1981, pages 303-4.
Cumming AD, Simpson G, Bell D, Cowie J, Winney RJ. Acute aluminium intoxication in patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Lancet. 9 January, 1982, pages 103-4.
Curtis FK, Cole JJ, Fellows BJ, Tyler LL, Scribner BH. Hemodialysis in the home. Transactions of the American Society of Artificial Internal Organs 1965; 11:7-10 (see accompanying articles and discussion pages 3-17)
Eady R. The dawn of dialysis: reminiscences of a patient. British Journal of Renal Medicine. Summer 2001, pages 21-24.
Hampers CL, Merril JP, Cameron E. Hemodialysis in the home – a family affair. Transactions of the American Society of Artificial Internal Organs 1965; 11:3-6 (see accompanying articles and discussion pages 3-17)
James K, Jubb VS. Effect of anti-rat lymphocyte antibody on humoral antibody formation. Nature. 1967; 215 (5099): 367-71.
James K. Anti-lymphocyte antibody- a review. Clinical and Experimental Immunology. 1967; 2 (6): 615-31.
James K. Sir Michael Woodruff. Immunology News, June 2001, pages 5-6.
Jenkins DA, Gouldesbrough D, Smith GD, Cowie JF, Winney RJ. Can low-dosage aluminium hydroxide control plasma phosphate without bone toxicity? Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation. 1989; 4: 51-6.
Lambie AT, Anderton JL, Cowie J, Simpson JD, Tothill P, Robson JS. Intracellular hydrogen ion concentration in renal acidosis. Clinical Science. 1965; 28: 237-49.
Lambie AT. A nephrologist’s tale. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. 1990; 9: 362-372.
Marmion BP, Tonkin RW. Control of hepatitis in dialysis units. British Medical Bulletin. 1972; 28 (2): 169-79.
Marmion BP, Burrell CJ, Tonkin RW, Dickson J. Dialysis-associated hepatitis in Edinburgh; 1969-78. Reviews of Infectious Diseases. 1982; 4 (3): 619-37.
Merrill JP. Should your hospital have a haemodialysis unit? Hospital practice. February 1968, pages 23-29.
Morris PJ. Obituaries: Professor Sir Michael Woodruff. The Weekend Review, the Independent. 31 March 2001.
Murray JE. Human organ transplantation: background and consequences. Science 1992 256:1411-6
Nolan B. Renal Transplantation in Edinburgh. British Transplant Games, 1985, at Meadowbank, Edinburgh. Souvenir brochure.
Nose Y. Home dialysis. Transactions of the American Society of Artificial Internal Organs 1965; 11:15 (see accompanying articles and discussion pages 3-17)
Nose Y. Home hemodialysis: a crazy idea in 1963: a memoir. ASAIO Journal 2000; 46:13-17
Notghi A, Anderton JL, Chisholm GD, Hamer-Hodges D, Wilkinson S, Smith G, Galloway NT, Yap PL, Winney RJ. Effect of a blood transfusion protocol and low dose steroid regime on renal transplant survival. Scottish Medical Journal. 1986; 31: 94-8.
Parsons FM. Origins of haemodialysis in the United Kingdom. British Medical Journal. 1989: 1557-60.
Petrie JJ, Fleming R, McKinnon P, Winney RJ, Cowie J. The use of ion exchange to remove aluminium from water used in haemodialysis. American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 1984; 4: 69-74.
Robson JS, Dudley HAF. Report on the United Kingdom artificial kidney units. The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. August, 1958.
Robson JS. Patterns of renal insufficiency. Presented at the Symposium: Some aspects of renal disease. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 1961. pages 7-38.
Robson JS. Advances in the treatment of renal disease. The Practitioner. Symposium on advances in treatment, 1969; 203: 483-93.
Robson JS. Medicine yesterday and today. Inaugural Lecture No 63. 24 January, 1978.
Robson JS. Acute renal failure revisited. Presented at the Symposium on renal disease. Proceedings of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 1982. pages 139-59.
Rosenheim. Hepatitis and the treatment of chronic renal failure. Report of the advisory group, 1970-1972. Department of Health and Social Security, Scottish Home and Health Department, Welsh Office.
Short AI, Watling R, MacDonald MK, Robson JS. Poisoning by Cortinarius speciosissimus. Lancet. 1980; 2 (2801): 942-4.
Short AI, Winney RJ, Robson JS. Reversible microcytic hypochromic anaemia in dialysis patients due to aluminium intoxication. Proceedings of the European Dialysis and Transplant Association. 1980; 17: 226-33.
Sinclair ISR, Henderson MA, Simpson DC. Fluon arterio-venous shunt for repeated haemodialysis. Lancet. 19 August, 1961: 410.
Starzl TE. The development of clinical renal transplantation. American Journal of Kidney Diseases. 1990; 16 (6): 548-56.
Tenckhoff H, Shilipetar G, Boen ST. One year’s experience with home peritoneal dialysis. Transactions of the American Society of Artificial Internal Organs 1965; 11:11-14 (see accompanying articles and discussion pages 3-17)
Winney RJ, Cowie JF, Robson JS. What is the value of plasma/serum aluminium in patients with chronic renal failure? Clinical Nephrology. 1985; 24 suppl 1: S2-8.
Winney RJ. Honeyman Gillespie Lecture, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. 1979.
Woorduff MFA, Forman B. Effect of antilymphocyte serum on suspensions of lymphocytes in vitro. Nature. 1951; 168: 35.
Woodruff MFA, Robson JS, Ross JA, Nolan B, Lambie AT. Transplantation of a kidney from an identical twin. Lancet. 10 June, 1961, pages 1245-9.
Woodruff MFA, Robson JS, McWhirter R, Nolan B, Wilson TI, Lambie AT, McWillian JM, McDonald M. Transplantation of a kidney from a brother to sister. British Journal of Urology. 1962; 34: 3-14.
Woodruff MFA, Anderson NA. Effect of lymphocyte depletion by thoracic duct fistula and administration of anti-lymphocyte serum on the survival of skin homografts in rats. Nature. 16 November, 1963: 200: 702.
Woodruff MFA, Nolan B, Anderton JL, Abouna GM, Morton JB, Jenkins A McL. Long survival after renal transplantation in man. British Journal of Surgery. 1976; 63: 85-101.
Woodruff MFA. Transplantation: a personal recollection. [The publisher of this article could not be traced] 1987. Pages 183-198.
EF Catford. The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. 1929-1979. Scottish academic press, Edinburgh, 1984.
Lucien Craps. The Birth of Immunology. Sandoz, 1993.
John T Daugirdas, Todd S Ing. Handbook of Dialysis. 2nd edition. Little, Brown and company. Boston/ New York/ Toronto/ London, 1994.
Colin Douglas. The Houseman’s Tale. Canongate, 1975.
Knut Haeger. The Ilustrated History of Surgery. Harold Starke, London, 1989.
Charles A Janeway Jr, Paul Travers, Mark Walport, J Donald Capra. Immunobiology. The immune system in health and disease. 4th edition. Churchill Livingstone, 1999.
Rene Kuss, Pierre Bourget. An illustrated history of organ transplantation. The great adventure of the century. Sandoz, 1992.
John F. Maher. Replacement of renal function by dialysis. 3rd edition. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989.
Mary G. McGeown. A brief history of transplantation. British Transplantation Society. 26 February, 2001.
Minutes of the Board of Management and Committees of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and associated hospitals. Numbers 8-12. January, 1958- December, 1962.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Annual Report, 1958-59.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Annual Report, 1959-60.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Annual Report, 1960-61.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Annual Report, 1961-62.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Annual Report, 1962-63.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Transplant Unit Renal Annual Report. April 1999- March 2000.
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Transplant Unit Renal Annual Report. April 2000- March 2001.
Michael Woodruff. On Science and Surgery. Edinburgh University Press, 1977.
Michael Woodruff. Nothing Venture Nothing Win. Scottish Academic Press, Edinburgh, 1996.
Interview with Mr Terry Bremner and Mr John Ramsay, senior medical technicians, on 04/07/2001.
Interview with Sister Sylvia Green on 06/07/2001.
Interview with Sister Susan Mann on 10/07/2001.
Interview with Dr Stephen Sturdy, course organiser of History of Medicine, on 11/07/2001.
Interview with dialysis patient on 26/07/2001.
Interview with Dr Anne Lambie, retired consultant nephrologist, on 30/07/2001, 21/8/2001, 1/9/2001.
Interview with Elizabeth Sloan, retired renal dietician of the MRU, on 30/07/2001.
Interview with Dr Michael Barfoot, Lothian Health Service Archive, 03/08/2001.
Interview with Dr Allan Cumming, consultant nephrologist at RIE, on 09/08/2001.
Interview with Dr Paddy Gibson, consultant nephrologist at RIE, 13/08/2001.
Interview with Dr Robin Winney, consultant nephrologist at RIE, 14/08/2001.
Interview with Dr Charles Swainson, Medical Director and consultant nephrologist at RIE, 15/08/2001.
Interview with Mr John Forsythe, consultant surgeon at RIE, 15/08/2001.
Interview with Professor Keith James, Department of Clinical Surgery, RIE, 28/08/2001.
Phone conversation with Mr Bernard Nolan, retired consultant surgeon at RIE, on 21/8/2001.
Lothian Health Service Archive:
-Minutes of the Board of Management and Committees of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and associated hospitals. Numbers 8-12. January, 1958- December, 1962. (shelf mark LHB2 1/8, 1/9, 1/10, 1/11, 1/12)
-Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Annual Reports, 1958-63.
-2 folders of letters (shelf mark LHB 1/80/30, LHB 1/80/4)
-clinical notes on recently deceased renal patients
-clinical notes of Sir Michael Woodruff, may include one of 2 sets of notes of the first transplant between the twins
Dr RJ Winney:
-slides (several old dialysis machines, Kiil boards, Redy machine)
-papers: hepatitis, transplant (Woodruff), Rosenheim report etc (most of the useful articles have been photocopied and are stored in my “SSM Reading Material” folder)
-Old machines donated to Museum of Scotland: Kolff, RSP, Dylade machines (3 or 4 models): B & D machine. Not on display at the moment. Somewhere in the dungeon!
Dr Allan Cumming:
-slides (old dialysis machines, patients, cannulae)
-publications list from his CV
Dr Paddy Gibson:
-slide (Kolff artificial kidney)
Mr John Forsythe:
-The birth of immunology by Lucien Craps. Sandoz, 1993.
-The illustrated history of surgery by Knut Haeger. Harold Starke, London, 1989.
-An illustrated history of organ transplantation. The great adventure of the century by Rene Kuss, Pierre Bourget. Sandoz, 1992.
Professor Keith James:
-papers on Professor Woodruff and Professor James’ work
Sister Sylvia Green:
-old coil for Kolffs and RSPs
-cartridge for Redy machine
-salts for Kolffs and RSPs
-carbon filter used with Kolffs
-hollow fibre dialyser
-video on “Renal Failure: the Challenge” (London, Central Office of Information, circa 1977)
Sister Susan Mann:
-Handbook of dialysis
Dialysis technicians store room: