Therapeutics: Objects 1 - 15 of 30

993.137.1: Branston Violet Ray High Frequency GeneratorBranston Violet Ray High Frequency Generator, 1901-1940 Cased electro-therapeutical apparatus with one metal electrode and 4 high frequency violet ray surface electrodes [sealed glass tubes] used for: internal and external throat, eye and general surface [broken]. A ribbon with the product name 'Branston Violet Ray High Frequency Generator' is attached to the inner lid padding. A lever and dial are used to regulate the current strength, with 2 lengths of electrical cords ending in a Bakelite electrode handle and plug. A metal plate is attached giving manufacturer's details and model type and number 'MODEL 25 NO 11830'. Incomplete, 1 glass...
993.35.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, c. 1906 Large sized cupping glass. Part of 'Becton Dickinson Dry Cupping Set'.
993.1128.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, 19th Cent. Plain dome-shaped, large sized, suction instrument. Remains of trade stamp on surface, first letter G, last Y.
993.10.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, 20th Cent. Plain dome-shaped, small sized, suction instrument.
993.37.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, c. 1906 Small sized cupping glass. Part of 'Becton Dickinson Dry Cupping Set'.
993.36.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, c. 1906 Medium sized cupping glass. Part of 'Becton Dickinson Dry Cupping Set'.
993.11.1: Cupping GlassCupping Glass, 20th Cent. Plain dome-shaped, medium sized, suction instrument.
993.9.1: Cupping PumpCupping Pump, 20th Cent. Suction pump with screw on glass cup. Instruction label 'How to keep pump in order' adhering to pump surface.
2000.3.1: Diathermy UnitDiathermy Unit, 1948 The Birtcher 'Challenger' model 850, F.C.C. type approval number D-529. A short wave diathermy unit with a tri-fold induction head. Consists of a metal unit with cabinet underneath on four caster-feet. A power output unit gauge 0 - 500, an Output dial 0 - 10 and a Selector dial are situated on the top part of the unit. Components in cabinet: two boxes each containing a self retaining elecrode, patent no. 2110,392 part no. 632, [CUFLEX™, US patent no. 2110392]; lidded box containing two 8 x 10 inches pad electrodes No. 646; power tube type UX-CV-11 in box; two boxed electron tubes CL-19...
993.1133.1: Electric Massage RollerElectric Massage Roller, 1901-1950 Electric face massage roller in box. The magnetic roller can be rolled over any part of the face or body for the obliteration of wrinkles, crows feet or facial blemishes. 'DR. J. W. GIBBS NEW YORK', 'ELECTRIC PTD. DEC 1-96.' stamped into roller frame. Lid printed with object and manufacturer's details with directions for use printed on the underside of lid. Compass missing.
993.627.1: Electrical StimulatorElectrical Stimulator, 1922-1946 Combined dry cell galvanic and faradic battery. A medical apparatus consisting of a black leatherette covered steel hinged wooden case with textile covered steel handle and 2 catches. A velvet lined false lid attached by poppers covers a compartment which houses 2 felt pad electrodes with wooden handles, an electrolytic needle holder with a magnifying glass attached and 2 conducting leads covered in coloured woven cord. The mechanism (induction coil, etc.) is covered by a control panel displaying an oval plate giving the serial number [8099], the model number [7014] and manufacturer's...
2006.70.1: Electrotherapeutical ApparatusElectrotherapeutical Apparatus, 1900-1930 \'Branston Violet Ray High Frequency Generator\'. Cased electrotherapeutical apparatus with one metal electrode and 4 high frequency violet ray surface electrodes [sealed glass tubes]: rake comb, special prostatic and 2 general surface electrodes. A lever is used to regulate the current strength, with 2 lengths of twisted double electrical cords coming from the covered generator/cell ending with a Bakelite electrode handle and a plug. A metal plate is attached giving manufacturer\'s details and model type and number \'MODEL 7 NO 3419\'. Case dimensions given. Product name ribbon attached...
993.991.1: Electrotherapeutical ApparatusElectrotherapeutical Apparatus, 1920-1931 Electrotherapeutic apparatus in a portable, lined, lidded case with corner protectors and lock. The left side of the case houses a control box which includes the electrical mechanism [coil, condenser, etc.]. The lid of the control box has a sinusoidal controller, a lever and a dial, which are used to regulate the current strength, and two electrical cord connector posts. There are two electrical cords leading from the control box, one is attached to a Bakelite electrode handle and the other a plug, these are housed on the right side of the case along with two metal electrode tubes and two...
993.1138.1: Electrotherapeutical ApparatusElectrotherapeutical Apparatus, 1923-1940 'MEDACO' violet ray high frequency generator in a brown leatherette covered steel hinged wooden case with leather handle, corner protectors and catch, lined with burgundy coloured textile. The electrical mechanism (coil, condenser, etc.) is covered by a Bakelite control panel with 2 sleeved electrical leads ending in a plug and an electrode handle. The control panel displays a small plate giving volts and amps, and manufacturer's details, a dial for regulating strength of current 'DOSAGE CONTROLLER', a contact adjustment dial and an on off switch. There are 4 high frequency violet ray...
993.49.1: Enema SyringeEnema Syringe, 19th Cent. Enema syringe barrel and piston rod with fiberous material wrapped around the lead plunger. 'PIR-- TETTNANG' stamped into piston screw cap. Tettnang is a district in Germany.