All Objects In All Collections: Objects 406 - 420 of 645

2006.83.1: ProctoscopeProctoscope, 1934-1985 Rectal instrument consisting of speculum and obturator with tapered end. Speculum end diameter 22mm.
993.440.1: ProctoscopeProctoscope, 1922-1959 Proctoscope with collar attachment. Consists of a Bakelite tapered tube with an opening along its length and a solid tapered obturator of the same material with a rounded end and a thin metal handle. A strip of textile is attached to the top of the tube to which the collar attachment is tightened onto. 'CAMERON SUR--MOLD PAT.PEND.' in relief on obturator.
993.436.1: ProctoscopeProctoscope, c. 1900 Cylindrical metal tube with cylindrical handle set at an angle and a plunger-style obturator with a rounded tapered tip. Both handle and obturator are hollow. '40' stamped into surface of obturator in 3 locations.
2006.617.1: ProctoscopeProctoscope, 1975 2 piece proctoscope in sealed transparent bag with printed information card [in English and french].
2006.207.1: Prostaphlin CapsulesProstaphlin Capsules, c. 1961 Professional sample pack of 8 Prostaphlin [Sodium Methylphenylisoxazolyl Penicillin] capsules, 250mg each, in dispenser. 'Bristol' printed on each capsule. Lot no. A K-101. Expiry date November 1962. This medication is a penicillin-related antibiotic used to treat a variety of bacterial infections.
995.4.107: Prostate MasseurProstate Masseur, c. 1920 Metal probe, graduating to enlarged rounded tip, shaped for insertion into rectum. Attached to wider handle by means of curved narrow neck. Handle made to rest in palm with thumb and forefinger hollows. 'KNY-SCHEERER GERMANY' and trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] stamped into surface.
993.590.1: Prostate SyringeProstate Syringe, 1911-1960 ULTZMANN's prostate syringe and catheter. Glass barrel syringe with 10cc graduated semi-round piston rod.
997.12.1: Prostatic CoolerProstatic Cooler, 20th Cent. Hollow cylindrical tube and screw top with leather washer. '3' stamped on upper cap.
993.1385.1: Prosthetic ArmProsthetic Arm Prosthetic right arm with elbow joint for amputation above elbow. A wooden arm with leather covering upper arm section and leather shoulder support with buckle and strap. A piece of cloth, possibly a sleeve of a garment, has been attached with string. All the fingers are rigid, the thumb has some movement by means of a pin hinge. Felt padding lines the shoulder pad. The hand is covered with a suede glove size '8¼'.
993.1315.1: Prosthetic ArmProsthetic Arm, 1901-1950 Prosthetic right arm for amputation above elbow. An arm with elbow joint and shoulder support with buckle and canvas strap. All the fingers are rigid, the thumb has some movement by means of a pin hinge. Felt padding lines the interior upper arm section. The hand is covered with a glove. Remains of label adhering to forearm reads 'MAP.TOURANGEA....ORTHOPEDISTE.SURG.......361A RUE ST JAC.....MONTREA....'
2006.47.1: Prosthetic LegProsthetic Leg, c. 1935 Artificial left leg with foot that bends at the knee. Hollow upper thigh is painted a flesh colour, hollow calf section has two socks suspended from a rivet and a shoe is attached to the foot. An oval plate stating 'Property of the Canadian Government. P.O. 41483, DIST. G, Date June 35' is attached to the back of the calf.
993.354.1: Protective Goggles & CaseProtective Goggles & Case, 1851-1900 Protective traveller's goggles in an oval-shaped copper-coloured plated steel container with hinged lid. The goggles have wire mesh eyecups and holes at sides for attaching the ear cords. Rudimentary cord bridge. Oval eyes, glazed with clear glass lenses. Goggles dimensions given.
995.4.74: Pseudo-Isochromatic PlatesPseudo-Isochromatic Plates, 1905-1953 R.C.A.F. modification of the Ishihara Colour Test for protan and dutan defects. Consisting of 25 coloured Pseudo-Isochromatic plates. The plates are held in a slip sleeve box contained in an outer case. The test consists of coloured plates on black cards, each of which contain small coloured dots varying in size, colour and intensity. Within the pattern are dots which form a number visible to those with normal color vision and invisible, or difficult to see, for those with a color vision defect. The card number and dot number are given on the reverse side of the card in silver print.
993.302.1: Railroad GogglesRailroad Goggles, 19th Cent. Protective goggles with metal mesh eyecups. Oval eyes, glazed with smokey glass, non-corrective lenses, joined by string bridge. Incomplete, cord missing.
993.260.1: Redding's Russia SalveRedding's Russia Salve, c. 1936 Tin of 'Redding's Russia Salve' in a box. Consists of a round tin containing brown ointment, with an embossed design on the lid depicting a battle scene [horse, gun, part of canon, officer treating injured soldier], scene also repeated on one side of the box. Name and address of manufacturer also embossed on the lid. Folded in the box is a leaflet with directions for use and a special notice of change to metal container...'We have now adopted a larger and improved metal container'. In 1864, Harper’s Weekly was running an advertisement for Redding’s Russia Salve, a “happy...