Box for transfusion needles

Made:
1914-1918
maker:
General Surgical Company Limited

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Blood transfusion apparatus designed by Geoffrey Keynes during the 1st World War and made by the General Surgical Co.
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Wooden box marked as 'Transfusion Needles', part of blood transfusion apparatus originally thought to be designed by Geoffrey Keynes, but believed to be designed by Oswald Hope Robertsonduring the 1st World War and made by the General Surgical Co. Ltd., 1914-1918

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Details

Category:
Therapeutics
Object Number:
A625893 Pt18
Materials:
whole, brass, whole, steel and whole, wood
Measurements:
overall (closed): 45 mm x 190 mm x 85 mm, .18 kg
type:
cases and therapeutics (haematology) cases and therapeutics (haematology)
credit:
Welsh Regional Transfusion Service

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