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Milton Roy kidney machine
Milton Roy kidney machine used for home dialysis, c.1966
Artificial kidney machine, France, 1955
Rotating coil artificial kidney machine, Necker Hospital model, effectively a French-manufactured Kolff-Brigham type, made by Societe Usifroid, Paris, c.1955, and used from that date at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London.
'Cardiff’ peritoneal dialysis machine, England, 1965-1970
"Cardiff" peritoneal dialysis machine by Hawker Siddeley, England, 1965-1970
Lucas ‘Mk.II’ kidney dialysis machine, London, England, 1970-1973
Prototype Lucas Mk.II renal dialysis machine, by Lucas Medical Equipment Limited, Electral House, Neasden Lane, London, NW10 1RR, England, 1970-1973.
Dialysis machine, London, England, 1975-1980
Renal dialysis machine made by Lucas Medical Equipment and donated to the Churchill Hospital, Oxford, 1980, England, Electral House, Neasden Lane
Portable renal dialysis machine, England, 1975-1980
Portable renal dialysis machine, the "Portalysis 101", by Tecmed Ltd., England, 1975-1980, housed in a black suitcase
Kiil kidney dialysis apparatus, England, 1980-1982
A Kiil membrane assembly for use in renal dialysis by Meltec Ltd., Station Approach, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, 1980-1982