Who Invented the Incubator?


Jean-Louis-Paul Denuce is credited with inventing the first rudimentary neonatal incubator in 1857. However, egg incubators had been invented, but by who is unclear.
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Gordon Armstrong.
In 1588 Jean Baptiste Porta, an Italian inventor, drew on the ancient Egyptian
Fe del Mundo, the first Asian to have entered the prestigious Harvard University's School of Medicine, is also credited for her studies that led to the invention of incubator and
Ancient Egyptians. The Egyptians used large oven like structures powered by burning camel dung. (Source: Incubation, By K.Thear 1987)
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Rene Antoine Ferchault De Reaumur invented an egg incubator in Europe around 1757. He used a wood stove to heat it up his incubator. But he started working on it around 1683.
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