Clement PPN (Pre and Post Natal) Detector, a sound-based diagnostic device developed by Dr Michele Clements for screening the central nervous system of the unborn child, made in England, c1975-1980
The PPN detector is a sound-based diagnostic device developed by Dr Michele Clements for screening the central nervous system of an unborn child. It represents a novel and personal approach to foetal monitoring, and adds to the Science Museum’s currently small collection of ultrasound equipment.
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- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- gynaecological equipment
- Morrell, Diana (Miss)
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