Anaesthesiology: Objects 16 - 30 of 47

2005.19.10: InhalerInhaler, 1935-1965 Spoon devise with broken rubber tubing connected to the mouth/nose piece.
993.1334.1: InhalerInhaler, c. 1880 ALLIS ether inhaler which consists of a hollow housing fitted with removable inner grid frame that has gauze stretched back and forth over parallel bars. The inhaler was placed over the nose and mouth where liquid ether would vaporize from the gauze when inserted into the housing. 'B' inscribed in circle on outer surface of housing. Cover for housing missing.
997.4.1: InhalerInhaler, c. 1880 ALLIS type ether inhaler which consists of a hollow housing fitted with removable inner grid frame [parallel bars 3cm wide, 2 cm apart]. Gauze would be stretched back and forth between the bars. The inhaler was placed over the nose and mouth where liquid ether would vaporize from the gauze when inserted into the housing. 'B' inscribed in circle on outer surface of housing. Cover for housing missing.
2006.677.1: InhalerInhaler, 1925-1974 The "Duke" University inhaler in box, for use with Trilene [purified trichloroethylene]. Contains: Cylinder with small inlet tube and notched vapour concentration indicator dial at base, face mask, wrist strap, vapour concentration key for dial, envelope for key and instruction leaflets for inhaler and 'Trilene', both written in English and French. The mask has 'MADE IN USA' in relief, front top surface. The cylinder, strap and key are attached together by chain. Dimensions given are for box.
993.521.1: InhalerInhaler, 1915-1924 BENNETT's portable inhaler. Cylindrical metal tube filled with absorbent material, cotton wool, with a slip-on base cap. Two arms extend from the top, ending in nasal tips.
998.1.25: InhalerInhaler, 20th Cent. Inhaler with entrance and exit valves for anaesthetic vapour attached to frame. The frame has regularly spaced holes, a hinged wire collar for holding the fabric cover in place and two bars crossed to form a guard for nose and mouth.
2006.217.1: Inhaler, OxyconInhaler, Oxycon, 1941-1980 The Oxycon nasal inhaler consists of a supporting frame similar to a frame for spectacles with side arms to hook around ears, nose clips and two adjustable curved inlet nasal tubes fed by rubber tubing attached to the top of the frame. Dimension given are for supporting frame.
993.875.1: Lumbard's AirwayLumbard's Airway, 20th Cent. LUMBARD's anaesthetic tube for control of tongue and palate during general anaesthesia. 'SKLAR GERMANY' and 'RH' stamped into surface.
993.148.1: MaskMask, 1891-1940 Bellamy Gardener type design face mask for inhaling ether as an anaesthetic. Hinged wire mesh covered with double layer of wool fabric held in place by lever.
2006.151.1: Mouth GagMouth Gag, c. 1910 ROSE's double-ended mouth gag with ring slide and rubber sleeves over pressure ends. Manufacturer's details 'DOWN LONDON' stamped into surface. Rubber sleeve missing.
998.1.14: Mouth Gag, CollinMouth Gag, Collin, 1940-1970 COLLIN's mouth gag with two pivoting claws, ring handles and ratchet lock. Supplier's company 'HARTZ' stamped into surface. '4' stamped into inside surfaces of both arms directly below screw lock.
2006.603.1: Mouth Gag, DoyenMouth Gag, Doyen, 1950-1999 DOYEN's stainless steel mouth gag with ratchet lock. 'STAINLESS', 'GERMANY' and 'L' in circle stamped into surface.
998.1.2: Mouth Gag, Gossett'sMouth Gag, Gossett's, 1910-1940 Gossett's mouth gag consisting of two arms on either end of a square bar which has a spring coiled around it. One arm is stationary, the other mobile. 'B.A.B.' is stamped into the stationary arm, top end, and '1 5' is stamped into the top inside surface of both arms.
998.1.11: Mouth Gag, Whitehead'sMouth Gag, Whitehead's, 1940-1970 WHITEHEAD's mouth gag with tongue depressor. Concave, double-arm gag with flat handles on the right-hand side and stops to lock and unlock the bilateral ratchets. 'GERMANY' and the manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] is stamped on the inside surface of the handles.
998.1.13: Mouth Gag, Whitehead'sMouth Gag, Whitehead's, 1940-1970 WHITEHEAD's medium size mouth gag. Concave, double-arm gag with flat handles on the right-hand side and stops to lock and unlock the bilateral ratchets. The manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)], the supplier's name 'KNY-SCHEERER', an encircled star and 'CHROME PLATE' are stamped on the inside surface of the handles.