Apparatus for continuous infusion of penicillin, London, England, 1945-1955

Made:
1945-1955 in England, London and London and
maker:
Willen Bros Limited

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Apparatus for continuous intra-muscular infusion of penicillin with two needles and syringe, by Willen Bros. of London, c.1950, designed by C.E. Last

Apparatus for continuous intra-muscular infusion of penicillin, by Willen Bros. of London, designed by C. E. Last

Details

Category:
Therapeutics
Object Number:
A648101
Materials:
bakelite, glass, metal (unknown), paper (fibre product), plastic, rubber and steel (stainless)
Measurements:
overall (needle box): 23 mm x 84 mm x 40 mm, .072 kg
overall (syringe box): 37 mm x 126 mm x 64 mm, 0.194 kg
overall (cable with plug): 110 mm x 192 mm x 110 mm, 0.112 kg
overall (main part): 95 mm x 617 mm x 200 mm, 3.262 kg
type:
penicillin machine
credit:
Thornton, C.