"Limpet" vaccination dressing, child's size, self adhesive, English, 1901-1940
A vaccination dressing was designed to protect any wounds formed as result of the body’s natural reaction to vaccinations. These could be painful and very sensitive to the touch. The dressing is similar to a self-adhesive plaster and came in a range of sizes. This one is designed for a child.
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pad: 81 mm x 81 mm,
- vaccination dressing
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
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