Glass tubes, part of blood transfusion kit

Made:
1917-1918
maker:
General Surgical Company Limited

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Tubes (3, straight with bulb near one end) and glass attached to /24 (wooden board), part of blood transfusion apparatus originally thought to be designed by Geoffrey Keynes, but believed to be designed by Oswald Hope Robertson during the 1st World War and made by the General Surgical Co. Ltd., 1917-1918

Details

Category:
Therapeutics
Object Number:
A625893 Pt8
Measurements:
overall (each): 99 mm 13 mm, .005 kg
type:
tubes therapeutics (haematology) and glass, therapeutics (haematology) and tubes
credit:
Welsh Regional Transfusion Service