All Objects In All Collections: Objects 436 - 450 of 677

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...
2006.171.1: Respiration MonitorRespiration Monitor, 1975-1990 Apnea monitor/respiration monitor, \'Model RE 134, Serial No. 1235\' with breathometer showing breaths per minute with an inbuilt alarm system. At the back of the monitor is a switch to delay the alarm, an electrical cable with plug and a connection for the detachable force responsive transducer/sensor pad \'SENSOR FOR E.M.I. RE-134 APNEA/RESPIRATION MONITOR\'. The transducer has movable plates and is constructed from alternate layers of conductive and non-conductive materials that are flexible so that when placed beneath a patient or a resilient patient support, such as a mattress, it is...
2006.620.1: ResuscitatorResuscitator, 1960-1990 \'The Brook Airway\' mouth-to-mouth resuscitator for emergency resuscitation. The resuscitator consists of a mouth guard with the side for nose placement indicated, a flexible neck, an airway valve with an exhaust port and lastly the blow tube which screws into the airway tube. \'BROOK AIRWAY PATENTED 1959\' stamped in relief on the mouth guard. Instruction card and information & instruction brochure accompany the resuscitator. Company logo is stamped in relief on the blow tube.
993.122.1: Retinoscope, Folding in CaseRetinoscope, Folding in Case, 1890-1930 Folding retinoscope with lenses in an embossed lined leather case. The retinoscope consists of a set of 2 mirrors, plane and concave, held facing each other in flat frames which rotate through the same axis about a central hinge. Attached to one side of the frame is a holder for interchangeable lenses. The case also contains 4 small inset lenses of varying thicknesses and a hand held perforated biconvex indirect lens [magnifier]. The case is lined with purple textile and elastic holders [now faded]. Dimension given are for closed case.
998.1.16: RetractorRetractor, 1941-1970 MAYO-ADAMS self-retaining retractor for appendectomy. Two blades [1½" length x ⅝" width] each with two prongs, ratchet lock, finger ring handles. 'THE J.F.HARTZ Co.' and manufacturer’s insignia [serpent entwined around a staff with crown] (Rod of Asclepius) stamped into the surface. Number '3' is stamped into the inner surfaces of both arms directly below the hinge.
2006.602.1: Retractor, AnalRetractor, Anal, 20th Cent. SMITH-BUIE's self-retaining anal retractor. 'SKLAR-CHROME' and "MADE IN U.S.A.' stamped into side handles, '25' stamped into both blades and top of handles. Incomplete.
993.1327.1: Retractor, Eye LidRetractor, Eye Lid, 1901-1950 DESMARRES eye lid retractor [size 1] with solid blade.
993.1281.1: RevigatorRevigator, c. 1920 Radium Ore Revigator. Ceramic jar with cork stoppered hole for tap [missing] lined with uranium and radium ore. Details of manufacturer, description and instructions of use printed on surface under glaze. Directions given on side of jar - '1. Fill jar every night 2. Use hydrant or any good water 3. Drink freely when thirsty and upon arising and retiring. Average six or more glasses daily. Scrub with stiff brush and scald monthly'. Lid missing.
2006.517.1: Rongeur, BoneRongeur, Bone, 20th Cent. Bone rongeur forceps with curved jaws. Spring handle mechanism missing.
993.538.1: Rongeur, BoneRongeur, Bone, 20th Cent. Bone rongeur forceps with slightly curved jaws. 'V.H.T.' and 'S.R.' stamped into surface.
2006.570.1: Rongeur, CranialRongeur, Cranial, 1941-1990 'Devilbiss' skull cutter with spring, serrated grip handles and a short bite blade. 'DEVILBISS' stamped into surface.
2006.1.1: Saccharimeter, HandSaccharimeter, Hand, 1901-1930 A hand saccharimeter with a graduated circle sector ranging from +20 to -20 degrees in a fitted case. The instrument consists of a tube and hinged tube mount with an analyser containing a polariser and a double quartz plate with diaphragm. A telescopic lens fits into the hinge mount end of the tube and a rotating glass mirror fits into the other end. An observation tube, with two screw caps either end, is placed with the sample, into the tube. On the smaller graduated sector \'WINKEL GÖTTINGEN Nr. 7005\' is printed in gold lettering. A leaflet is included with directions of use. Case...
998.1.28: Safety ValveSafety Valve, 1941-1980 Long narrow tube with two valve attachments and stopcock control on horizontal attachment at top. Large rubber stopper on tube connected to horizontal top piece by rubber tube. For use with Chloroform/Oxygen or Chloroform/Oxygen/Ether systems. Safety valve and control stopcock for controlling levels of above gases.