Gynaecology/Obstetrics/Contraception: Objects 31 - 45 of 58

993.69.1: Forceps, ObstetricalForceps, Obstetrical, 1851-1900 Long curved obstetrical forceps with ebony handles. Signed with makers name 'FANNIN DUBLIN', no '27'.
993.70.1: Forceps, ObstetricalForceps, Obstetrical, 1901-1950 Obstetric axis traction forceps with hole and hook for handle attachment on one side. '289' stamped into both handles.
998.1.10: Forceps, TumorForceps, Tumor, 1951-1980 Tumor forceps with 3 x 3 curved sharp teeth, disjointing arms and ring handles. 'GERMANY' and 'R.W.I.' stamped into the surface.
993.701.1: Hook, ObstetricHook, Obstetric, 20th Cent. BRAUN's blunt hook with cross handle. Manufacturer’s trademark [serpent entwined around a staff with crown (Rod of Asclepius)] stamped into the surface.
2011.29.1: Jarcho PressometerJarcho Pressometer, c. 1950 Jarcho Pressometer No. 5035 in a case. Consisting of a metal support onto which fits a pocket type graduated manometer and a 20cc graduated glass reservoir with cap and rubber stopper. A hollow metal 'T' fits into the cap when the stopper is removed. A tube ending in a bulb and a tube connected to the manometer fits onto the 'T'. The glass reservoir is linked to a uterine cannula by two tubes which are joined with a one-way stopcock. A tube brush fits into the lid. 'Directions for Assembly' sheet and 'Certificate of Examination' for the manometer are included. 'B-D' manufacturer’s...
993.1166.1: Light-Conductive Speculum, VaginalLight-Conductive Speculum, Vaginal, 1970-2001 Disposable light-conductive vaginal speculum, medium size, with hollow handle, ratchet and finger guard, blades are 4 x 1¼ inches with one fixed blade. In relief 'WELCH ALLYN U.S.A. 58001 PAT. PEND.'. The speculum is compatible with an illumination system which can be inserted at the base.
998.1.34: Needle CarrierNeedle Carrier, 1940-1970 BOZEMAN type curved needle carrier. Flexible [spiral] lower shaft with probe end with eyelet, finger loops at opposite end with threaded bolt for attachments. Incomplete, handle missing.
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.
993.725.1: 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.
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.
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.
993.1274.1: 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.
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.