All Objects In All Collections: Objects 271 - 285 of 674

993.58.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1900 Gold coloured floral patterned porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned.
993.54.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1910 "Blue Onion". Blue floral patterned porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned. Made in Germany stamped on base.
993.57.1: Invalid FeederInvalid Feeder, c. 1900 Blue floral patterned porcelain invalid feeder with gold band around rim, curved spout and ring handle, unsigned. 'S.' or '5.' on base.
993.616.1: Irrigating UrethroscopeIrrigating Urethroscope, 1901-1950 An irrigating urethroscope in a case consisting of one sheath with a stopcock and outlet nozzle and three inter-changeable probe ends of different sizes, a universal telescope, a magnifying lens attachment, an obturator No. 25, cords and switch, a boxed spare lamp, one galvano-cautery point [handle and conducting cord missing] and a cauterizing brush. Manufacturer C.G. Heynemann's label is attached to the lid. Paper label attached to base reads 'Es ist ratsam den Abflußkanal am Tubus sofort nach Gebrauch gut durchzuspülen, am besten unter Zuhilfenahme einer Spritze, damit eine...
993.1171.1: Irrigation NozzleIrrigation Nozzle, 1951-1980 Urethral irrigation nozzle with shield. Screw on tapered tip. 'J.SKLAR MFC CO.' stamped into the surface.
999.3.77: Irrigation Tube, UrethralIrrigation Tube, Urethral, 1911-1950 Simple retrojecting tube, curved, with a screw-on bulbous tip with perforations around the neck so that the spray is projected backwards; at the other end a screw-on connector to attach a hose.
993.586.1: Irrigator, UrethralIrrigator, Urethral, 1911-1960 Urethral irrigator, with cut-off mechanism, shield and removable nozzle. Automatic action, pressure at finger-rests starts the flow of liquid and stops it when pressure is released, a ring lock can be slid down to keep it open when desired. 'SKLAR CHROME' stamped into surface.
998.8.1: Jar, PharmacyJar, Pharmacy, 20th Cent. Eli Lilly 'Pro Dolore' jar, cylindrical with lid. Outer surfaces covered with cream coloured coating [enamel?] with gold trim. Black lettering ' Pro Dolore' [trans; For Pain] and 'Lilly' [manufacturer] printed on surface.
993.230.1: Jar, PharmacyJar, Pharmacy, 1900-1938 Cylindrical opaque glass pharmacy jar with lid. Mold seams on outer surface of base and lid. Contents 'CONF. SULPHUR.' printed on surface. Manufacturer's details embossed on base 'WHITALL, TATUM & CO. PHILA. & N.Y.' . Empty.
2011.29.1: Jarcho PressometerJarcho Pressometer, c. 1950 Jarcho Pressometer No. 5035 in a case. Consisting of a metal support onto which fits a pocket type graduated manometer and a 20cc graduated glass reservoir with cap and rubber stopper. A hollow metal 'T' fits into the cap when the stopper is removed. A tube ending in a bulb and a tube connected to the manometer fits onto the 'T'. The glass reservoir is linked to a uterine cannula by two tubes which are joined with a one-way stopcock. A tube brush fits into the lid. 'Directions for Assembly' sheet and 'Certificate of Examination' for the manometer are included. 'B-D' manufacturer’s...
993.925.1: Jones Motor Basal Metabolism TesterJones Motor Basal Metabolism Tester, c. 1937 The Jones motor-basal respirometer is a closed circuit bellows type of metabolimeter with a gas cylinder [B.P. Oxygen]. The oxygen tank, motor blower, soda lime granules container, bellows, switch box and pressure gauge are supported by an cast iron frame resting on four casters. The pressure gauge displays how much oxygen has been exhaled. The respirometer measures the time required by the patient to consume a measured litre of oxygen instead of computing the amount of oxygen consumed in a definite period of time. The apparatus is connected to the patient by means of a conventional mouth...
2006.243.1: KeratomeKeratome, 1956-1985 Small angular JAEGER keratome. Manufacturer's details 'WEISS LONDON' stamped into the side edge of the handle. 'VGH' [Vancouver General Hospital] stamped into handle.
993.869.1: Kidney DishKidney Dish, 20th Cent. Enameled shallow basin, kidney-shaped, with sloping walls and a navy blue rim. Manufacturer's logo is highlighted in blue on the underside of the basin.
993.1125.1: Knife SetKnife Set, 1901-1950 A set of six operating knives in a case. Suppliers name 'J.STEVENS & SON' stamped into five of the scalpels, manufacturer 'J.GREY & SON SHEFFIELD' and supplier 'C&S.S.Co MONTREAL' stamped into a sixth scalpel handle. One of the scalpels, part g is not original to the set. Case dimensions given.
999.3.19: Knife, AuralKnife, Aural, 1921-1950 Aural instrument; knife, straight, solid forged, blade not plated. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and size number '1' stamped into handle.