All Objects In All Collections: Objects 16 - 30 of 605

2014.5.1: Anaesthesia MachineAnaesthesia Machine, 1938-1946 Anaesthetizing machine with fluid meters for administrating controlled concentrations of oxygen, nitrous oxide and cyclopropane, and gas strainer, vaporizer and delivery machine. Metal label attached to machine reads 'Lundy Rochester Model HEIDBRINK KINET-0-METER REG U.S. PAT. OFF. THE HEIDBRINK CO. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.' with trade mark 'HI-CO'. The apparatus is mounted onto a cast iron stand with four caster wheels.
993.933.1: Anaesthetic Inhaler Anaesthetic Inhaler , c. 1880 Cone shaped inhaler with fixed mesh insert and slip-on leather cover with vent holes at the top.
993.1318.1: Anaesthetic RegulatorAnaesthetic Regulator, 20th Cent. Part of anaesthetic gas regulator; C3H6 cyclopropane [no longer used in anaesthesia] and oxygen with two pressure gauges.
993.1369.1: Anaesthetic RegulatorAnaesthetic Regulator, 20th Cent. Nitrogen regulator with pressure gauge and two taps. Manufacturer's details stamped into surface ' OHIO CHEMICAL & SURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO.- A DIVISION OF AIR REDUCTION COMPANY INCORPORATED MADISON, WISCONSIN'. Same manufacturer's details are printed on pressure gauge dial.
995.4.15: Anatomical Model of Face & Neck Anatomical Model of Face & Neck , 1910-1920 Detailed multi-coloured wax anatomical model of face and neck in profile for studying teeth, nerves, etc. Housed in black painted wooden display case with glass fronted window/lid. Each anatomical landmark is numbered. The index which was attached to the back of the box has been removed. Makers label adhering to back reads 'Lehrmittelwerk Berlinsche Verlagsanstalt BERLIN N.W. 87'.
2006.448.1: Anatomical PlatesAnatomical Plates, 1930-1950 Thirty-three equipment and anatomical [human and animal] printing plates of varying sizes, consist of copper printing sheets nailed onto wooden bases. Two of the stamps have a lead sheet beneath the copper plate. Twenty four of the stamps are backed with paper with labels attached to thirty one of the stamps, these labels refer to paper, plate and figure numbers.
2006.223.1: Anatomical StampsAnatomical Stamps, 1956-1985 Anatomical stamps for teaching purposes. Three lead stamps on wooden bases; two catheter insertion diagrams and a collapsed and ventilated diagram. Part a dimensions given.
995.4.68: Anatomical StampsAnatomical Stamps, 1921-1950 Anatomical stamps for diagnosis and pathological records. Consists of eighteen rubber stamps each with a wooden base and handle, one rubber stamp with a lead base and a wooden handle and two metal stamps each on a wooden block base; one lead and one copper alloy. Labels ‘C.W.MACK TORONTO RED HANDLE CUSHION REG’D 1925 PATENTED’ attached to parts t and u. Owners name ‘A M DAVIDSON’ scratched into the varnished surface of parts c, d and k, and ‘DR DAVIDSON’ written in pencil on the back of parts v and w. A sales catalogue No. 10 from ‘BARTON MFG. CO. NEW YORK’, with thirty...
993.236.1: Apothecary Balance ScalesApothecary Balance Scales, 19th Cent. Balance scales with two round brass trays suspended from 3 green cords each. The balance beam is made of steel. Positioned at the upper part of the hanger there is a ring inside of which is a reference needle for the pointer and a small hole at the top for suspending the instrument from a fixture or from the hand.
993.245.1: Apothecary Traveling BoxApothecary Traveling Box, 1870-1894 Mahogany chest with brass plate on top, brass lock plate, key plate, hinges and draw handle. The chest and draw are lined with blue velvet. The chest is divided into compartments to hold 16 squared ground glass-stoppered narrow mouth bottles, 4 different sizes [all empty]. The draw is divided into 4 compartments. Manufacturers label adhering to inner lid surface.
993.1174.1: Applicator, BandageApplicator, Bandage, 1921-1960 Applicator for seamless tubular gauze fabric bandages, 'SCHOLL APPLICATOR No.1 LONDON' and 'USE Tubegauz No. 01 PATENT APPLIED FOR' in relief.
993.1175.1: Applicator, BandageApplicator, Bandage, 1921-1960 Applicator for seamless tubular gauze fabric bandages, 'SCHOLL APPLICATOR No.4 LONDON' and 'USE Tubegauz No.34 PATENT APPLIED FOR' stamped into flattened area of 2 bars.
2006.506.1: Applicator, ThroatApplicator, Throat, 20th Cent. Throat applicator, with handle and spiral end with rounded tip. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and suppliers name \'THE J.F. HARTZ Co\' stamped into the handle.
2006.410.1: Applicator, UterineApplicator, Uterine, 1951-1980 Plain uterine applicator, with handle and spiral end with rounded tip. 'J.F.HARTZ Co GERMANY' stamped into the handle.
993.249.1: Army Field Syringe Kit, German Army Field Syringe Kit, German , c. 1917 Canvas fold over pouch with 1 large and 2 smaller pockets. The canvas has been treated with a wax like coating. The front flap of the pouch has 'Spritzen', German for syringes, printed in black letters. Held within is a syringe with a glass barrel and semi-round graduated piston rod with leather plunger tip and a regular pointed needle, and a rectangular hinged metal case containing a syringe with a glass barrel and semi-round graduated piston rod with leather plunger tip and 3 regular pointed needle with cannulae, and 2 leather washers.