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Field medical pannier, Berlin, Germany, 1910-1918
Field medical pannier, canvas, with leather and metal fittings, interior compartments, some with protective metal plates, contents include drug bottles, injection ampoules, dressings, bandages, splints, by Bach and Riedel, German, 1910-1918
Scarificator, brass, by G.B. Boeller, 1669, in tooled leather case
Cape Ventilator for therapeutic use by Cape Engine
Cape Ventilator for therapeutic use by Cape Engineering Co. Ltd., Warwick, 1950-65
Duchenne Medical Induction Machine, Paris, France, 1849
Duchenne Medical Induction Machine, made by Charriere, Paris, French, 1849
Portable resuscitation unit with defibrillator
Portable resusication unit, the Pulsar 4 Lown cardiovascular comprising defibrillator, removeable scope, ECG and charger, with paddles, by American Optical (Medical Division), Crosby Drive, Bedford
Atomiser, Frankfurt, Germany, 1900-1936
Glass and rubber atomizer, for asthma, by Dr. R. and Dr. O. Weil, in original carton, Frankfurt, Germany
Atomizer, used for the nose and throat, made by Pi
Atomizer, used for the nose and throat, made by Pineoleum Company, USA.
Kolff artificial kidney, Netherlands, 1955-1956
Prototype twin coil dialyser in an apricot tin with lid, by Willem Johann Kolff, Netherlands, 1955-1956
Electrogalvanic amulet, Richardson's Magneto-Galvanic Battery (or possibly a fake?), disc with cross at centre and 14 small discs arranged in a circle around it. Made of zinc, brass, copper, iron and nickel, with woven string instead of chain. Made by A.M. Richardson & Co., New York, USA, 1880-1900. Engraved on front of cross with two hearts radiating electric bolts, and on reverse side with 'PAT & RD US, GB, FRANCE, ITALY ETC.' Note gap in outer ring around disc. Similar to A602762.
Three spring fleam/lancets, cased, possibly Germany, 1701-1850
Three brass automatic lancets, in leather covered case, 18th or 19th century, one lancet is lacking its top lever, registered as German
Wooden insulating stand with glass legs, Europe, 1850-1900
Rectangular insulating stand, mahogany with glass legs, English or French, 1850-1900
Padded canvas boot, Austria, 1914-1918
Padded boot, canvas, made in Austria, probably for Trench foot, 1914-1918, found in and Austrian hospital.
Rubber ball massager, United Kingdom, 1900-1930
Rubber ball massager, four balls at end of bakelite handle, Neda brand, British, 1900-1930
Arm rest for use by a patient during blood letting, England, 1601-1700
Wooden stand on arm rest, for use by a patient during bleeding, carved oak, English, 1601-1700
Hypodermic syringe for cocaine
Case containing a Hypodermic syringe, glass and nickel-plated brass, with accessories. 20 mm x 80 mm x 80 mm, 61 g. The case is lined in a distictive purple velvet and contains one vial inscribed with 'COCAINE', a syringe and two needles. Trace residues remain inside glass barrel. Probably English, 1880-1910.
Hypodermic syringe, 5cc, disposable, plastic, "Dis
Hypodermic syringe, 5cc, disposable, plastic, "Dispendique", French, 1960-1975
Electrode with curving ebonite handle, rectangular
Electrode with curving ebonite handle, rectangular head with metal fitment having 3 rounded pins, Riviere collection, probably French, 1890-1910
7 lancets, 3 by Wolloms, 1 by Mapleson, 1 by Simps
7 lancets, 3 by Wolloms, 1 by Mapleson, 1 by Simpson, 1 by Weiss, in fishskin case, first half 19th century
First aid kit in japanned metal case, England, 1931-1932
"Tabloid" first aid kit, No.717, for public service vehicles, in japanned metal case, by Burroughs Wellcome and Co., London, 1931-1932
Glass atomizer, made by Parke, Davis and Company,
Glass atomizer, made by Parke, Davis and Company, in box, English
Set of stomach pumping instrument with accessories
Set of stomach pumping instrument with accessories for rectal use, in mahogany case, Dakin Brothers, London
Lancet by Weiss in tortoiseshell lancet case, 18th
Lancet by Weiss in tortoiseshell lancet case, 18th or 19th century
Plated metal inhaler, 'Booth's Hyomei Exhaler', wi
Plated metal inhaler, 'Booth's Hyomei Exhaler', with instructions and accessories in box, by the R. T. Booth Company, 96 Southwark Street, London, England, 1871-1900.
4 lancets, steel and tortoiseshell, 3 by Evans of
4 lancets, steel and tortoiseshell, 3 by Evans of London, 1 by Stodart of London, 1783 to 1850, in leather case
Hypodermic syringe, steel and glass, with two need
Hypodermic syringe, steel and glass, with two needles and two phials, in leatherette case, by Burroughs Wellcome of London, c. 1890, Snow Hill (London)
Urethral irrigator, Canny Ryall, bulb only, India-
Urethral irrigator, Canny Ryall, bulb only, India-rubber and steel, by Genito-Urinary of London, early 20th century
Spinal needle, London, England, 1914-1918
Spinal needle, with trocar, nickel plated brass body, by Bailey and Son, London, military issue, 1914-1918
Mechanical leech, London, England, 1850-1855
Mechanical leech, in leather case, c.1850
Electrotherapy machine, England, 1860-1900
Late 19th century magneto-electric machine, with elaborate workmanship by Green, London(?)
Graduated pewter bleeding bowl, 18th or 19th century.
Pewter bleeding bowl, graduated, 18th or 19th century
Electromagnetic machine containing 2 dry batteries
Electromagnetic machine containing 2 dry batteries and a small induction coil, made by Galvanophor, probably English, c.1920
Steel lancet, in tortoiseshell sheath, by Still, B
Steel lancet, in tortoiseshell sheath, by Still, British, first half 19th century
Lancet case, empty, tortoiseshell, owned by MNHR,
Lancet case, empty, tortoiseshell, owned by MNHR, 18th or 19th century
Fenwal triple blood pack for storage of whole blood
Fenwal triple blood pack for storage of whole blood used in transfusions, by Baxter Healthcare Ltd, Thetford, Norfolk, supplied by South Thames Blood Tranfusion Service, 1993-4
Hypodermic syringe, glass and silver-plated brass,
Hypodermic syringe, glass and silver-plated brass, in fitted leather case, by Arnold and Sons, London, 1875-1910
Electrical fittings (29 miscellaneous), 48 objects
Electrical fittings (29 miscellaneous), 48 objects in total, European, 1900-1910
Autopen 1 Insulin Delivery System
Autopen 1 Unit multi-dose insulin injection pen manufactured by Owen Mumford Ltd., Oxfordshire, England, 1985
Ames Glucometer GX Check paddle for use with the A
Ames Glucometer GX Check paddle for use with the Ames Glucometer GX Blood Glucose Meter. Manufactured in 1989 by Miles Inc (Diagnostics Division), Elkhart, USA
Glucotrend (TM) soft test system, blood glucose te
Glucotrend (TM) soft test system, blood glucose tester and Softclix II finger pricker, plus glucose strips. In box with instructions.
Pravaz type hypodermic syringe, French, 1855-1890.
Hypodermic syringe, Pravaz type, glass and silver, French, 1855-1890
Blood letting instruments, 18th and 19th century.
Pewter bleeding bowl, graduated, 18th or 19th century
Automatic lancet, London, England, 1822-1863
Brass automatic lancet of unusual mechanical type, in leather covered case, by Simpson, London, 1822-1863, located no. 55, The Strand
Three cannulae, France, 1909-1913
Three cannulae, used by E. Hedon in experiments on blood transfusions between dogs, including diabetic dogs, 1909- 1913
D'arsonval high frequency alternator, wooden base,
D'arsonval high frequency alternator, wooden base, two glass leyden jars, discharging rods, helical coil, by G. Graiffe, 40 rue St. Andre des Arts, Paris, France, 1890-1920.
Micra™ Transcatheter Pacing System
Micra™ Transcatheter Pacing System, directly implanted in a person's heart to regular its' beat, developed and manufactured by Medtronic Limited, 2018
Intravenous drip solution, Norfolk, England, 1996
0.9% Sodium Chloride & 5% Glucose, intravenous infusion liquid in plastic packaging, by Baxter Healthcare Ltd, 1996.
'Autopen', insulin injection pen, United Kingdom, 1985
Autopen 2 Unit Series II multidose insulin injection pen manufactured by Owen Mumford Ltd., Oxfordshire, England, 1985. Incomplete - needle missing.