Russians who raised the death    

Sergei Sergeyevich Brukhonenko (30 April 1890 - 20 April 1960) was a Soviet biomedical scientist and technologist during the Stalinist era. Brukhonenko is primarily remembered for his development of the autojektor, one of the first heart and lung machines. Brukhonenko was also known for his experiments of decapitating animals (mainly dogs) and attempting to put them on life support thus keeping the head alive for multiple hours.

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Sergei Bruyukhonenko - Using a primitive machine, Bruyukhonenko kept the head of a decapitated dog alive.