All Objects In All Collections: Objects 346 - 360 of 629

2010.5.1: OtoscopeOtoscope, 1960-1999 Welch Allyn light weight hand-held self-illuminating otoscope [green plastic casing] with sliding on-off switch and removable viewing lens, Model 29000. Battery holder for two AA size batteries, contains a I.IV0.22A bulb. Spare bulb.
2006.40.1: Padgett-Hood Manual DermatomePadgett-Hood Manual Dermatome, 1948-1967 Portable 'Padgett-Hood' manual dermatome, which comprises a holder with a convex surface which rotates on a shaft held in a stand with two handles either end, a thickness gauge and the blade holder. Cuts skin grafts of uniform predetermined thickness from five to fifty thousandths of an inch. Manufacturing No. 1424. Incomplete, the cutting blade, cement and brush [for applying cement] are missing.
993.53.1: Pap BoatPap Boat, c. 1900 Small plain clear glazed porcelain invalid infant feeder, half covered with a straight spout and a fan-shaped handle to the rear, unsigned.
993.56.1: Pap BoatPap Boat, c. 1900 Decorated oval ceramic infant feeder. 2 piece molded boat shaped vessel, open with one end drawn into a lip, with blue floral decoration on inside rim and European imitation of oriental design on exterior surface. Unsigned.
993.262.1: Pastilles, MeloidsPastilles, Meloids, 20th Cent. A hinged lidded tin containing '½oz. net. 'MELLOW-VOICE PASTILLES'. The pastilles are black and square in shape and contain: licorice, menthol and capsicum. Meloids were manufactured by Boots Pure Drug Company Ltd. Nothingham, England and sold in the U.S.A. and Canada by Rexall Drug Stores.
993.725.1: PelvimeterPelvimeter, 1901-1950 BREISKY's external pelvimeter with curved detachable arms and a scale graduated in centimeters [0-40cm]. Arm movement is adjusted by a large central screw. Manufacturer's name 'LEITER IN WIEN' stamped into surface.
993.724.1: PelvimeterPelvimeter, c. 1910-1960 COLLYER\'s external pelvimeter with curved detachable arms and a central scale graduated in centimeters and inches [0-16 inches, 0-40cm]. Arm movement is adjusted by a large screw wing-nut. Supplier\'s name \'FISHER&BURPE LTD\', manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and \'GERMANY\' stamped into surface.
999.3.81: PelvimeterPelvimeter, 1910-1960 COLLYER's external pelvimeter with curved detachable arms, graduated in both centimeters and inches [0-16 inches, 0-40cm]. Arm movement is adjusted by a screw wing-nut. Suppier's name 'CANADIAN SURG.SUP.', 'MADE IN GERMANY' and 'CHIRON CHROME' stamped into the surface.
993.1149.1: PerforatorPerforator, 1944-1993 HOLME perforator with side grip.
993.718.1: PerforatorPerforator, 20th Cent. SIMPSON's straight perforator with sharp tipped concave blades, a box lock screw joint, crosshatch handles and a single spring articulated handle joint which locks the tip ensuring the blades stay firmly together while entering the foetal skull. Manufacturer 'DOWN LONDON' stamped into the surface.
999.3.45: Perforator, CranialPerforator, Cranial, 1911-1960 SMELLIE's perforator, American pattern, with sharp external cutting edge, disjointing arms and ring handles. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] and supplier's name 'THE J. F. HARTZ Co.' stamped into the surface.
993.1274.1: Perforator, CranialPerforator, Cranial, 20th Cent. Obstetric cranial perforator with long pointed blades curved on the flat with sharp external cutting edge and partial serrated inner surface, screw joint and ring handles.
993.719.1: Perforator, CranialPerforator, Cranial, 20th Cent. SIEBOLD type perforator with sharp external cutting edge, disjointing arms and ring handles. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] stamped into the surface.
993.573.1: Perforator, EarPerforator, Ear, 20th Cent. TROELTSCH's ear perforator with stop on blade.
2006.235.1: Periosteal RaspatoryPeriosteal Raspatory, 20th Cent. LANGENBECK angular periosteal raspatory with flat handle. Manufacturer's name 'CARL REINER' and 'COR' stamped into handle.