Set of 16 prototype electrodes for applied potential tomography (APT) body imaging, 1987.

Made:
1987

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Set of 16 electrodes for APT (Applied Potential Tomography) body imaging, connected to wires terminating in two D-plugs, unsigned, English, 1987. Mounted in glass jar on artificial plastic fruit, with hypodermic syringe (needle inserted).

Set of 16 electrodes for APT (Applied Potential Tomography) body imaging, connected to wires terminating in two D-plugs. The electrodes are illustrated attached to a grapefruit which is standing in for a child's head and liquid is injected into the 'head' to mimic a brain haemorrhage.

Details

Category:
Radiomedicine
Object Number:
1987-387
Materials:
adhesive tape, electronic components, glass, metal (unknown), plastic (unidentified) and rubber (unidentified)
type:
x-ray
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • medical instrument
  • drug delivery device
credit:
Royal Hallamshire Hospital. Dept. of Med