Wayne Quinton (January 4, 1921 – January 22, 2015) was a developer of over thirty biomedical devices.
Among Quinton's inventions was a shunt with Belding Scribner and David Dillard that allowed for repeated kidney dialysis procedures on an individual, making the process one that truly extended the patients life expectancy.
Wayne Quinton died in his Highlands home of congestive heart failure.
- Quinton, Wayne E. "United States Public Records Index". Family Search.org.
- UW article on Quinton's inventions
- An article about Wayne Quinton featured in the June 2009 the UW Alumni Magazine, Columns.
- Seattle Times obituary of Scribner that mentions Quinton
- "Latter-day Saint goes from small town Idaho farm boy to engineering pioneer", Church News, January 16, 2010
- "Seattle Times obituary
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