Who Invented the Incubator?

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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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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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Although that it is shown all through history that the Egyptians and the Chinese made use of the function of "incubators", it wasn't until the Italian inventor Jean Baptiste
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Gordon Armstrong.
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In 1588 Jean Baptiste Porta, an Italian inventor, drew on the ancient Egyptian
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Incubators have been in use for premature human babies since the 1880s, though I find no evidence of who invented it. Looked in: http://www.msn.encarta.com/. *Added; try this link
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