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995.4.72: Hammer, PercussionHammer, Percussion, 1911-1960 TAYLOR percussion hammer. Triangular shaped, orange-brown rubber hammer head secured with screws to either side into a solid nickel-plated handle. Manufacturer's details 'YOUNG&SONS EDINBURGH' stamped into handle.
995.2.2: Hammer, PercussionHammer, Percussion, 1945-1994 TAYLOR percussion hammer with black triangular head attached to solid handle.
993.925.1: Jones Motor Basal Metabolism TesterJones Motor Basal Metabolism Tester, c. 1937 The Jones motor-basal respirometer is a closed circuit bellows type of metabolimeter with a gas cylinder [B.P. Oxygen]. The oxygen tank, motor blower, soda lime granules container, bellows, switch box and pressure gauge are supported by an cast iron frame resting on four casters. The pressure gauge displays how much oxygen has been exhaled. The respirometer measures the time required by the patient to consume a measured litre of oxygen instead of computing the amount of oxygen consumed in a definite period of time. The apparatus is connected to the patient by means of a conventional mouth...
2006.469.1: ManometerManometer, 1951-1970 Fleischer spinal manometer, a pocket size long scale mercurial type manometer in a folding case. Consists of a fluid trap [prevents spinal fluid from entering mercury reservoir] with tubing and Luer adapter; spinal needle with a Luer-Lok hub with a built in three-way stopcock and a fitted stylet with a matched beveled point; mercury tube and reservoir; graduated scale 0-90mm. 'FLEISCHER SPINAL MANOMETER B-D BECTONDICKINSON & CO. RUTHERFORD N.J.' stamped into the inner case surface and 'G.C.' on external surface. Case dimensions given. Incomplete, box, instruction booklet and short tube...
2006.461.1: ManometerManometer, 1931-1960 Pocket type manometer with non-spilling mercury reservoir. The straight mercury tube is graduated from 0 to 270mm. The manometer is part of a sphygmomanometer where the manometer would have been fixed to a folding stand.
2005.21.1: MetabulatorMetabulator, 1945-1950 Mahogany cased metabulator, model 10, volts 115, cycles 60, amps 0.5. with an inbuilt recording compartment with paper roll to print paper chart, a barometer and thermometer dial, a carbon dioxide absorption chamber filled with soda lime granules and an oxygen gas cylinder [B.P. Oxygen]. Serial number 4283. A drawer facing towards the front contains a metabulator scale set [used in-conjunction with a oxygen per min. & vital cap. scale]' a BMR calculator and three mouth pieces. An engraved metal plaque attached to the metabulator reads 'MADE FOR DRS. WHITE, PARMLEY & WHITE BY SANBORN...
993.924.2: Nose ClampNose Clamp, c. 1960 A lidded box containing a L-F nose clamp for use with the L-F Basal Meter. Box dimensions given.
993.3.1: PhonendoscopePhonendoscope, 1895-1909 Bazzi & Bianchi's phonendoscope, a small circular unit with two diaphragm membranes placed next to each other. A solid metal rod is screwed onto the top of the unit for carrying and when in use was attached to the detachable diaphragm topped with a small gutta-percha chest piece. The long earpieces and the metal tube adapters [which fit into the top of the unit] would be attached to rubber tubing which is missing. The leather case may not be original. The phonendoscope intensified the auscultatory sounds and the small chest piece, fixed to the rod, fitted between the ribs to convey a...
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...
2006.1.1: 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...
993.1337.1: Sanborn MetabulatorSanborn Metabulator, c. 1950 A Sanborn Metabulator, model 10, serial number 1845, volts 115, cycles 60, amps 0.5 with an inbuilt recording compartment with paper roll to print paper chart, a barometer and thermometer dial, a carbon dioxide absorption chamber filled with soda lime granules and an oxygen gas cylinder B.P. Oxygen. The metabulator is on casters making it easily portable, with a protective hood cover. A right-hand side door opens to reveal the oxygen tank and a storage area which contains a scoop tool, a jar holder and a lever tool. An engraved metal plaque attached to the metabulator reads MADE FOR S....
993.924.1: Sanborn MetabulatorSanborn Metabulator, c. 1960 A Sanborn metabulator, model 10, volts 115, cycles 60, amps 0.5. with an inbuilt recording compartment with paper roll to print paper chart; a barometer and thermometer dial; a carbon dioxide absorption chamber and an oxygen gas cylinder [B.P. Oxygen]. Serial number 8092. The metabulator is on wheels. A drawer facing towards the front contains a Sanborn metabulator scale set [used in-conjunction with a oxygen per min. & vital cap. scale]'; nose clamp; four rubber mouth pieces, two wrapped in gauze; spanner/handle; two foam cushions; note book with patient details. Also an instruction...
2005.17.1: Scales, babyScales, baby, 1931-1980 Baby scales consisting of a painted wooden base, steel frame and wicker basket and two 1½ lb weights. The basket is attached to the frame with two screws. Weighting maximum is 10lbs 16 oz.
2006.680.1: Spencer Hb MeterSpencer Hb Meter, 1946-1975 Pocket size 'Spencer' haemoglobinometer [Serial no. 5217] with scale on one side, grams Hb per 100 ml and blood chamber clip on other. A doublesided glass blood chamber with an H-shaped moat and a cover plate are held in the blood chamber clip. Plug for transformer at one end, black rimmed viewer eyepiece on other. Inside is a lamp. Operates from batteries or with 115 volts A.C. transformer. 'Operation and Care of the SPENCER Hb-meter' booklet, 12 pages . Pouch, accessory case, batteries and transformer are missing.
998.9.9: Spencer HB-MeterSpencer HB-Meter, 1950-1975 Pocket size 'Spencer' haemoglobinometer [Serial no. 28696] with scale on one side, grams Hb per 100 ml and blood chamber clip on other. A doublesided glass blood chamber with an H-shaped moat and a cover plate are held in the blood chamber clip. Plug for transformer at one end, black rimmed viewer eyepiece on other. Inside is a lamp, a green filter and two 'RAY.O.VAC' 1LP size ''C" 1½ volt batteries. The haemoglobinometer operates both from batteries or with 115 volts A.C. transformer. Pouch, accessory case and transformer are missing.