All Objects In All Collections: Objects 181 - 195 of 605

993.113.1: Field Surgical Kit, GermanField Surgical Kit, German, c. 1917 Part of WWI German Army field surgery kit. Canvas folding case with pockets and inked outline for 33 surgical instruments. 10 instruments are remaining: 3x tissue forceps with catch and 2x3 teeth, tissue forceps with 2x3 teeth, 2x tenaculum forceps, director with aneurysm needle, blunt needle with loop handle, catheter, needle holder. 'Truppenbesteck Nr.121 Einsatz 2' [Troop Medical Instruments No.121] printed on top left flap.
993.114.1: Field Surgical Kit, GermanField Surgical Kit, German, c. 1917 Part of WWI German Army field surgery kit. Canvas folding case with pockets and inked outline for 21 surgical instruments. 16 instruments are remaining: bone gouge, 2x handle for thread saw, needle holder, double ended bone curette, 2x intestinal forceps, bone holding forceps, bone cutting forceps, 2x retractors with handle, 2x pronged retractors, 2x trachea tubes and an angled Heister mouth gag. 'Truppenbesteck Nr.811 Einsatz 3' [Troop Medical Instruments No.811] printed on top left flap.
2006.306.1: FlaskFlask, 20th Cent. Narrow mouth [2 cm diameter] flask, 125ml. 'K', an elongated hexagon shape, 'USA' and '125ML' are etched into the glass surface.
2006.305.1: FlaskFlask, 20th Cent. Narrow mouth [2 cm diameter] flask, 125ml. 'K', an elongated hexagon shape, 'USA' and '125ML' are etched into the glass surface.
2006.304.1: Flask, ErlenmeyerFlask, Erlenmeyer, 20th Cent. Narrow mouth [2.5cm diameter] Pyrex 'Erlenmeyer' flask.
2006.311.1: Flask, Flat-BottomFlask, Flat-Bottom Flat based rounded flask, 200ccm, E - 15º C.
993.21.1: FleamFleam, 19th Cent. Tortoise-shell cased single blade fleam, stamped with makers details 'PAGET LONDON'. Fully extended object dimensions are given.
993.20.1: FleamFleam, 1791-1860 Bloodletting fleam with horn and brass casing and three blades of different sizes. One blade is stamped with the makers name 'BORWICK'.
993.19.1: FleamFleam, 19th Cent. Bloodletting fleam with horn and brass casing and three blades of different sizes. Each blade is stamped with the makers name 'W. LONGDEN' and 'CAST STEEL'.
993.1316.1: FlowmeterFlowmeter, 20th Cent. Gauge to measure [litres per minute]; helium and oxygen mix [80% Helium 20% oxygen], nitrous oxide and oxygen, for anaesthesia.
2006.297.1: FluoroscopeFluoroscope, 1930-1950 Hand held fluoroscope consists of a coated steel hood of pyramid form with handle. At the larger end of the hood is a lead glass fluoroscopic screen. At the smaller end is a viewing port of glass and a foam rubber cushion to provide a tight fit across the operators face [now distorted]. Surrounding the viewing port is a sheet of lead for protection and there would have been a leaded rubber apron fixed in front of the handle to give further protection, which is now missing.
993.221.1: ForcepsForceps, 1911-1960 Forceps with mouse teeth, straight.
993.1156.1: Forceps, BiopsyForceps, Biopsy, 20th Cent. YEOMAN biopsy punch forceps. Straight jaw with scissor handles. Length of shaft 10½ inches[26.8cm]. Collar adjustment to permit rotation of jaws through full 360°. Name of supplier 'STEVENS' and material 'STAINLESS STEEL' stamped into handle.
993.716.1: Forceps, Champetier de Ribes\'Forceps, Champetier de Ribes\', 20th Cent. CHAMPETIER DE RIBES' forceps, for introducing a colpeurynter. Curved fenestrated jaws, disjointing arms and ring handles with long ratchet locking mechanism. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)], 'GERMANY' and 'C H' stamped into surface. '72' stamped into both arms.
998.1.4: Forceps, Elevating, UterineForceps, Elevating, Uterine, 1940-1970 SOMER's uterine elevating forceps with curved fenestrated serrated jaws, disjointing arms, extra long ratchet and ring handles. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and supplier's name 'INGRAM & BELL' stamped into surface. Also 'R.W.I.' and '14' stamped into both arms.