Surgery, General: Objects 31 - 45 of 49

993.181.1: Syringe Case, HypodermicSyringe Case, Hypodermic, 1911-1960 Nickel plated hypodermic syringe case with lift-out frame, containing 1 needle type S.S. A.L.H.
993.180.1: Syringe Case, HypodermicSyringe Case, Hypodermic, 1911-1960 A hypodermic syringe case with hinged lift out frame attached to lid and fixed fittings attached to base.'TABLOID' BRAND HYPODERMIC CASE' stamped on hinged lid with manufacturers details on base front. 'VED CASSELMAN M.D.' stamped on underside of base. 'RD. No 536549' and 'MADE IN BERLIN' stamped on left side of case. Syringe and needles missing.
993.183.1: Syringe Case, HypodermicSyringe Case, Hypodermic, 1911-1960 Metal case base with lift-out frame containing needle and detachable protective needle sheath.
993.179.1: Syringe in Pocket SterilizerSyringe in Pocket Sterilizer, 1949-1960 Leak-proof pocket sterilizer case with a pocket clip attached, containing 1cc syringe; graduated glass 'Pyrex' barrel with round metal piston rod and metal plunger. 'BENCARD LONDON' stamped into lid.
993.1321.1: Syringe KitSyringe Kit, 1900-1914 Rectangular lidded case containing lift-out frame, 1cc graduated syringe barrel, detachable collar, round piston rod, 2 needles with cannula sizes 12 & 16, needle holder.
993.1005.1: Syringe KitSyringe Kit, 1930-1959 Hinged wooden case with M.D. U.S.A. stamped on lid in silver lettering. Case contents: removable lining plates held in place by 2 small screws each [3 missing] with clips attached holding 2cc graduated glass syringe barrel with glass plunger stem, 2 sharp pointed needles and 4 empty glass tubes of tabloids with labels and cork stoppers [one tube broken and without stopper]. Each tube contained 20 hypodermic tablets [now empty]; strychnine sulfate 1/60 grain [1.1 mg.], atropine sulfate 1/100 gr., morphine sulfate U.S.P. ⅛ grain [0.0081 gm.] and morphine sulphate.
2011.31.1: Syringe, CartridgeSyringe, Cartridge, 1950-1966 Boxed "MITREX" all steel cartridge syringe for use with disposable pre-filled glass cartridge units; consists of a central hollow cylindrical barrel, plunger with thumb rest, crossbar finger rest and two screw-on nozzle tips. ‘MADE IN ENGLAND FOR MITREX MEDICAL & INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT LTD.’ stamped into barrel. Cartridge syringe with nozzle dimensions given.
993.176.1: Syringe, HypodermicSyringe, Hypodermic, 1946-1965 1cc graduated octagonal shaped frosted glass syringe barrel with round blue frosted glass plunger (octagonal cap).
993.177.1: Syringe, HypodermicSyringe, Hypodermic, 1946-1965 1cc graduated octagonal shaped frosted glass syringe barrel with round, blue frosted glass plunger (octagonal cap).
993.182.1: Syringe, Hypodermic KitSyringe, Hypodermic Kit, 1911-1950 Metal oval case with lift-out frame containing 1cc graduated glass syringe barrel with round glass piston rod. 'HAWKINS. LONDON' stamped into lid. 'BRITISH MADE' stamped into lift-out frame. Needle missing.
993.217.1: Syringe, SerumSyringe, Serum, 1946-1960 Graduated, 50ml, 'PYREX BRAND' glass barrel with hollow glass plunger.
993.4.1: Syringe, SetSyringe, Set, 1950-1980 Leather covered hinged lidded wooden case with cardboard and plastic inserts. Contains glass hypodermic syringe barrel with plated metal mount, tip shield and flanged rubber finger rest collar. Thumb ring on graduated semi round piston rod with rubber end. 3 needles with cannulae; 2 with regular points and 1 with blunt end. Manufacturer's name 'PARKE, DAVIS & CO.' and 'PAT AUG25 1885' stamped into syringe mount.
993.175.1: Syringe, SetSyringe, Set, 1910-1950 Aluminium case with hinged lid and manufacturer's name and address stamped on the base; containing a syringe with a top cap, finger rest and 1.5cc graduated piston rod, 2 needles [both screw into case], 3 glass tabloid vials; ' HYPODERMATIC TABLETS No.2. Apomorphine hydrochl. 1-10 gr. [empty], ' HYPODERMATIC TABLETS No.5. Cocaine hydrochlorate, 1-4 gr. [with cork stopper, empty], corked vial containing one tablet, no label. The case is held in a leather draw string pouch. Information sheet on syringe and hypodermic tablets.
993.250.1: TourniquetTourniquet, 19th Cent. Petit's spiral tourniquet. A long strap threaded through a brass screw device with a leather pad sewn into the strap at the steel buckle. Manufacturer's name 'W & H HUTCHINSON SHEFFIELD' stamped into the screw turn handle. Used to apply pressure to stop heavy bleeding, especially during amputations.
993.251.1: TourniquetTourniquet, 1881-1920 Petit's spiral tourniquet. A long strap threaded through a screw device with a piece of leather sewn into the strap at the buckle. Used to apply pressure to stop heavy bleeding, especially during amputations. '65.56.1' scratched into surface.