What role did aviator Charles Lindbergh play in the science of reanimation?

in the movie freankenstein

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The Frankenstein Exhibit at the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health was part of a project by Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D. One of the exhibits is the Carrel-Lindbergh Perfusion Pump (1935), which is a "mechanical pump for circulating blood through the body of a patient while an operation on

the heart was being undertaken," invented by Charles Lindberg (aviator) in conjunction with Alexis Carrel.