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Ogston's Inhaler

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Ogston's Inhaler

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Ogston's inhaler, metal.

Date

c. 1890s-1920s

Identifier

2003/27.4

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Length: 12.2 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Ogston's inhaler, metal.

Flowmeter

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Flowmeter

Description

Flowmeter once part of an anaesthesia apparatus.

Date

c. 1940s

Identifier

2003/29.1

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Physical Dimensions

Height: 19.8 cm

Materials

Glass, metal.

Description

Flowmeter once part of an anaesthesia apparatus.

Lucy Baldwin Gas-Oxygen Analgesia Apparatus

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Lucy Baldwin Gas-Oxygen Analgesia Apparatus

Description

Lucy Baldwin- Countess Baldwin of Bewdley, wife of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, and maternity health activist. This gas-oxygen analgesia apparatus would have been administered to women in labour as a source of pain relief. It is named after Lucy Baldwin in honour of her efforts to advance the practice of midwifery and the care of expecting mothers. She campaigned for equal care for all mothers during labour, setting up a fund in order that women of all financial backgrounds could access anaesthesia when needed.

Date

c. 1950s

Identifier

2003/74

Publisher

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 21.5 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Lucy Baldwin- Countess Baldwin of Bewdley, wife of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, and maternity health activist. This gas-oxygen analgesia apparatus would have been administered to women in labour as a source of pain relief. It is named after Lucy Baldwin in honour of her efforts to advance the practice of midwifery and the care of expecting mothers. She campaigned for equal care for all mothers during labour, setting up a fund in order that women of all financial backgrounds could access anaesthesia when needed.

Portable Anaesthesia Apparatus

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Portable Anaesthesia Apparatus

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An O2/nitrous oxide apparatus with all appropriate controls and pressure gauges in good order. The gauges are circular, 5cm in diameter, and marked O2 and N2O respectively. Both instruments read from 0 to 2500 lb/sq. in. Cased in grey painted metal, with a black plastic carrying handle, and with metal clamps, etc. for retaining the Oxygen and Nitrous Oxide gas bottles at the rear of the casing.

The whole machine has been modified at some time in the past by bolting the base to a heavy wooden cradle which elevates the apparatus by 7cm

Date

c. 1955-1960

Identifier

2010/1.1

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Physical Dimensions

55 x 24 x 36 cm

Materials

metal, plastic, wood

Description

An O2/nitrous oxide apparatus with all appropriate controls and pressure gauges in good order. The gauges are circular, 5cm in diameter, and marked O2 and N2O respectively. Both instruments read from 0 to 2500 lb/sq. in. Cased in grey painted metal, with a black plastic carrying handle, and with metal clamps, etc. for retaining the Oxygen and Nitrous Oxide gas bottles at the rear of the casing.

The whole machine has been modified at some time in the past by bolting the base to a heavy wooden cradle which elevates the apparatus by 7cm

Bobbin Flowmeter

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Bobbin Flowmeter

Description

Bobbin Flowmeter, most likely part of an anaesthesia apparatus.

Date

c. 1930s

Identifier

2003/29.7

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Physical Dimensions

Height: 25 cm

Materials

Glass, metal, plastic.

Description

Bobbin Flowmeter, most likely part of an anaesthesia apparatus.

Pethidine Hydrochloride Ampoules

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Pethidine Hydrochloride Ampoules

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Box containing 5 ampules of Pethidine Hydrochloride analgesic, manufactured by Roche

Date

c. 1900s

Identifier

2018/9.1

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Physical Dimensions

9 x 3 x 6.5 cm

Materials

Cardboard, glass.

Description

Box containing 5 ampules of Pethidine Hydrochloride analgesic, manufactured by Roche

Child Schimmelbusch Inhaler

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Child Schimmelbusch Inhaler

Description

Schimmelbusch inhaler, for a child.

Date

c. 1930s

Identifier

1997/7.3

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 15.6 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Schimmelbusch inhaler, for a child.

Adult Schimmelbusch Inhaler

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Adult Schimmelbusch Inhaler

Description

Schimmelbusch inhaler, for an adult.

Date

c. 1930s

Identifier

1997/7.4

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 18.5 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Schimmelbusch inhaler, for an adult.

Portrait of Sir Donald Campbell, President 1992-1994

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Portrait of Sir Donald Campbell, President 1992-1994

Description

Bust-length in a grey suit wearing the President's badge of office.

Campbell graduated in medicine from the University of Glasgow in 1952 and travelled to Canada to start his training in anaesthesia. He returned to Glasgow in 1956 and gained more training in anaesthesia at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Stobhill Hospital. He became Lecturer in Anaesthesia at the University of Glasgow in 1960, eventually being appointed to Chair of Anaesthesia in 1976. He went on to become the Dean of the Medical School in Glasgow in 1987.

Campbell was the first anaesthetist to become President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He was awarded the C.B.E. in 1987 and he received his Knighthood in 1994.

Date

20th century

Identifier

116

Rights

© the copyright holder

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Physical Dimensions

89 x 74 cm

Materials

Oil on canvas

Description

Bust-length in a grey suit wearing the President's badge of office.

Campbell graduated in medicine from the University of Glasgow in 1952 and travelled to Canada to start his training in anaesthesia. He returned to Glasgow in 1956 and gained more training in anaesthesia at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and Stobhill Hospital. He became Lecturer in Anaesthesia at the University of Glasgow in 1960, eventually being appointed to Chair of Anaesthesia in 1976. He went on to become the Dean of the Medical School in Glasgow in 1987.

Campbell was the first anaesthetist to become President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. He was awarded the C.B.E. in 1987 and he received his Knighthood in 1994.

Trilene Inhaler

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Trilene Inhaler

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Trilene (trichloroethylene) anaesthetic inhaler for hand-held, self-administered pain relief in midwifery and obstetrics. Includes instruction leaflet, rubber face mask and key for adjusting output. This was the first vaporiser manufcatured by Cyprane after it was established in 1947. Stored in a brown leather case.

Date

c. mid-1900s

Identifier

2018/17.3

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Physical Dimensions

20 x 15 x 9.5 cm

Materials

metal, rubber, paper

Description

Trilene (trichloroethylene) anaesthetic inhaler for hand-held, self-administered pain relief in midwifery and obstetrics. Includes instruction leaflet, rubber face mask and key for adjusting output. This was the first vaporiser manufcatured by Cyprane after it was established in 1947. Stored in a brown leather case.

Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Equipment

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Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Equipment

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Nitrous oxide-oxygen equipment, metal and rubber, c 1910.

Pictured here is a nitrous oxide/oxygen apparatus most likely used for the administration of anaesthesia/analgesia. It was manufactured by McKesson Equipment Co.

Date

c. 1910

Identifier

2003/68

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 40 cm

Materials

Metal and rubber

Description

Nitrous oxide-oxygen equipment, metal and rubber, c 1910.

Pictured here is a nitrous oxide/oxygen apparatus most likely used for the administration of anaesthesia/analgesia. It was manufactured by McKesson Equipment Co.

Schimmelbusch's Collapsible Mask

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Schimmelbusch's Collapsible Mask

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Schimmelbusch's collapsible mask (adult size). Chrome/nickel plated.

This mask would have been used to administer anaesthesia to a patient. A gauze would be placed within the mask and held down by the grid. The gauze would then be doused in anaesthetic and inhaled by the patient.

Date

c. 1890-1940

Identifier

2007/1.10

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Materials

Metal

Description

Schimmelbusch's collapsible mask (adult size). Chrome/nickel plated.

This mask would have been used to administer anaesthesia to a patient. A gauze would be placed within the mask and held down by the grid. The gauze would then be doused in anaesthetic and inhaled by the patient.

Bottle of Sulphuric Ether

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Bottle of Sulphuric Ether

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Sulphuric ether, or diethyl ether, was a popular choice for the administration of general anaesthesia. The first demonstration of the anaesthetic properties of sulphuric ether occurred in 1846 by William T.G. Morton, an American dentist. Before this time, inhaling chloroform was the common mode of relieving pain during an operation, however the dosage had to be just right so as not to kill the patient.

Creator

Apothecaries Hall, Edinburgh

Date

c. Unknown

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Glass

Description

Sulphuric ether, or diethyl ether, was a popular choice for the administration of general anaesthesia. The first demonstration of the anaesthetic properties of sulphuric ether occurred in 1846 by William T.G. Morton, an American dentist. Before this time, inhaling chloroform was the common mode of relieving pain during an operation, however the dosage had to be just right so as not to kill the patient.

Aspiject

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Aspiject

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Plastic case containing an 'Aspiject' syringe used for infiltration and block analgesia.

Creator

Astra Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

Date

c. 20th century

Identifier

HD/1204

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Materials

Plastic, metal

Description

Plastic case containing an 'Aspiject' syringe used for infiltration and block analgesia.

Lumbar Puncture Needle

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Lumbar Puncture Needle

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Pictured here is a lumbar puncture needle, held in a metal box. It was used to perform the lumbar puncture procedure, which involves inserting a needle between the bones of the lower spine to take a sample of cerebrospinal fluid, fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord.

The first lumbar punctures were performed by Heinrich Iranäus Quincke (1842-1922) in the late 19th Century. This procedure can help to diagnose infections such as meningitis. It is also sometimes used to inject anaesthetic medication.

Creator

B. Braun Melsungen AG

Date

Unknown

Identifier

1999/2.12

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Length: 36.3 cm (box)

Materials

Metal; Glass.

Description

Pictured here is a lumbar puncture needle, held in a metal box. It was used to perform the lumbar puncture procedure, which involves inserting a needle between the bones of the lower spine to take a sample of cerebrospinal fluid, fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord.

The first lumbar punctures were performed by Heinrich Iranäus Quincke (1842-1922) in the late 19th Century. This procedure can help to diagnose infections such as meningitis. It is also sometimes used to inject anaesthetic medication.

Advert for Carrick's patent pneukoinon

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Advert for Carrick's patent pneukoinon

Description

Advertisement for Carrick's patent pneukoinon: or universal inhaler and respirator. British Sanitary Company, 43 West Regent Street, Glasgow. Found inside a library book.

Creator

British Sanitary Company

Date

c.1900

Identifier

RCPSG/1/20/14/33

Description

Advertisement for Carrick's patent pneukoinon: or universal inhaler and respirator. British Sanitary Company, 43 West Regent Street, Glasgow. Found inside a library book.

Page's Inhaler

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Page's Inhaler

Description

Page's Inhaler, with the inscription 'DOWN BROS.'

Creator

Down Bros Ltd

Date

c. 1930s

Identifier

2003/27.5

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 15.2cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Page's Inhaler, with the inscription 'DOWN BROS.'

Sydenham's Modified Mouth Gag

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Sydenham's Modified Mouth Gag

Creator

Down Bros, London

Date

c. 1929

Identifier

1997/7.7

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Materials

Stainless Steel

Description


Novoconephrin Anaesthetic Solution

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Novoconephrin Anaesthetic Solution

Description

1.5 % Novoconephrine anaesthetic with adrenalin (3 x 2cc ampules) used for injections.

Creator

Dr Thile & Co, Mainz.

Date

c. 1920

Identifier

HD/80

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Materials

Glass, card

Description

1.5 % Novoconephrine anaesthetic with adrenalin (3 x 2cc ampules) used for injections.

Junker's Chloroform Inhaler

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Junker's Chloroform Inhaler

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Junker's chloroform inhaler, in leatherette-covered box, c 1930s.

Pictured here is an example of Junker's Chloroform Inhaler. Chloroform was introduced as a form of general anaesthesia by Sir James Young Simpson of Edinburgh during the 1840s and continued to be used until around the 1930s. Chloroform would be placed in the glass vial and inhaled by the patient via the face mask, putting them under sedation for an operation.

Creator

F.E. Junker

Date

c. 1840-1910

Identifier

2003/5

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 22.2 cm

Materials

Glass, metal, rubber, and wood.

Description

Junker's chloroform inhaler, in leatherette-covered box, c 1930s.

Pictured here is an example of Junker's Chloroform Inhaler. Chloroform was introduced as a form of general anaesthesia by Sir James Young Simpson of Edinburgh during the 1840s and continued to be used until around the 1930s. Chloroform would be placed in the glass vial and inhaled by the patient via the face mask, putting them under sedation for an operation.

Lint

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Lint

Description

Box of finest lint, used for the administration of ether anaesthesia until the 1950s. Ether was dropped onto lint over an open mask.

Creator

Glasgow Apothecary Hall

Date

c. 1950s

Identifier

HD/1234

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Card, lint

Description

Box of finest lint, used for the administration of ether anaesthesia until the 1950s. Ether was dropped onto lint over an open mask.

Mouth Pack

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Mouth Pack

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Flexible rubber mouth pack with gauze and instruction leaflet, used in general anaesthesia.

Creator

Hill Bros. (Hull) Ltd.

Date

c. 1930

Identifier

2005/8.870

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Materials

Rubber, cardboard

Description

Flexible rubber mouth pack with gauze and instruction leaflet, used in general anaesthesia.

Chloroform Vaporiser

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Chloroform Vaporiser

Description

Chloroform Vaporiser, once part of an anaesthesia apparatus.

Creator

M.I.E. Ltd.

Date

c. 1940s

Identifier

2003/29.6

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Height: 23.2 cm

Materials

Glass, metal.

Description

Chloroform Vaporiser, once part of an anaesthesia apparatus.

Mouth Props

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Mouth Props

Description

Mouth props: 2 small and 1 large used in the process of administering general anaesthesia.

Creator

McKesson; 1833-; Pharmaceutical manufacturer

Date

c. 1920

Identifier

2005/8.865

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Materials

Metal

Description

Mouth props: 2 small and 1 large used in the process of administering general anaesthesia.

Allonal Tablets

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Allonal Tablets

Description

Two physician samples of Allonal tablets, used to treat difficult patients (1 complete and 1 incomplete).

Creator

Roche Ltd

Date

c. 1800s-1900s

Identifier

HD/1109

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Materials

Paper

Description

Two physician samples of Allonal tablets, used to treat difficult patients (1 complete and 1 incomplete).

Veramon Tablets

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Veramon Tablets

Description

Box containing various sized packets of Veramon tablets and an information booklet. Described as a safe, efficient and non-toxic analgesic (pain relief) for oral administration.

Creator

Schering AG

Date

1800-1900s

Identifier

HD/1112

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Card

Description

Box containing various sized packets of Veramon tablets and an information booklet. Described as a safe, efficient and non-toxic analgesic (pain relief) for oral administration.

Chloroform Bottle

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Chloroform Bottle

Description

Large empty chloroform bottle with label from T&H Smith, Glasgow

Creator

T&H Smith

Date

c. 20th century

Identifier

2018/9.7

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Physical Dimensions

H: 21 cm

Materials

Glass

Description

Large empty chloroform bottle with label from T&H Smith, Glasgow

Automatic Trichloroethylene Analgesia Apparatus

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Automatic Trichloroethylene Analgesia Apparatus

Description

Automatic trichloroethylene analgesia apparatus, in metal case, c 1949.

This apparatus is held within a metal container and has detachable tubing for a facemask. It was manufactured by Teddington MIE Ltd.

Creator

Teddington MIE Ltd.

Date

c. 1949

Identifier

2003/79

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 28.5 cm

Materials

Metal, rubber, glass.

Description

Automatic trichloroethylene analgesia apparatus, in metal case, c 1949.

This apparatus is held within a metal container and has detachable tubing for a facemask. It was manufactured by Teddington MIE Ltd.

Bottle of Laudanum

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Bottle of Laudanum

Description

Pictured here is a glass bottle that once contained a solution of Laudanum. Laudanum contains about 1% of morphine and was a remedy for menstrual cramps during the time of the Victorians. Although a pain reliever, this substance is incredibly addictive!

Creator

The Medical Hall, Edinburgh

Date

c. Unknown

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Metal

Description

Pictured here is a glass bottle that once contained a solution of Laudanum. Laudanum contains about 1% of morphine and was a remedy for menstrual cramps during the time of the Victorians. Although a pain reliever, this substance is incredibly addictive!

Amyl Nitrate

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Amyl Nitrate

Description

Tin containing glass 2 capsules of amyl nitrate, encased in silk and cotton wool. Label includes instructions on how to break the glass and inhale.

Creator

W. Martindale

Date

c. unknown

Identifier

HD/1232

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Materials

Glass, tin

Description

Tin containing glass 2 capsules of amyl nitrate, encased in silk and cotton wool. Label includes instructions on how to break the glass and inhale.

Water's Cannister

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Water's Cannister

Description

Water's Cannister Carbon Dioxide Absorber for anaesthesia.

Date

c. 1920s

Identifier

2003/29.8

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Physical Dimensions

Length = 19cm.

Materials

Metal

Description

Water's Cannister Carbon Dioxide Absorber for anaesthesia.

Anaesthetic Apparatus

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Anaesthetic Apparatus

Description

Anaesthetic apparatus with a regulating stopper containing a graduated, 4 ounce, oval glass bottle.

Date

c. 1930s

Identifier

2005/11.3

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Physical Dimensions

Height 14.7 cm and diameter of base 5.5 cm.

Materials

Metal, glass

Description

Anaesthetic apparatus with a regulating stopper containing a graduated, 4 ounce, oval glass bottle.

Portrait of James Young Simpson

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Portrait of James Young Simpson

Identifier

584

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Physical Dimensions

40 cm x 48 cm

Description


Ethyl Chloride

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Ethyl Chloride

Description

Hedley's ethyl chloride bottle in cardboard box.

Date

c. 1930s-1950s

Identifier

2003/152

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Physical Dimensions

17.4 cm length

Materials

Cardboard, cork, glass, metal.

Description

Hedley's ethyl chloride bottle in cardboard box.

Sparklet Carbon Dioxide Bulbs

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Sparklet Carbon Dioxide Bulbs

Description

Cardboard box containing 6 metal bulbs filled with carbon dioxide.

Date

c. 1900s

Identifier

Uncataloged

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Materials

Cardboard, metal

Description

Cardboard box containing 6 metal bulbs filled with carbon dioxide.

Wilcox-Jewett Obtunder

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Wilcox-Jewett Obtunder

Description

Wooden box containing a metal obtunder with angled nozzle, complete with spanner. Used for the anaesthesia of dentine and bone.

Date

c. 1900

Identifier

2005/8.848

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Materials

Metal

Description

Wooden box containing a metal obtunder with angled nozzle, complete with spanner. Used for the anaesthesia of dentine and bone.

Mouth Opener

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Mouth Opener

Description

Nickel plated mouth opener (Boxed and unused). Used in the administration of general anaesthesia.

Date

c. 1900

Identifier

2005/8.868

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Materials

Nickel

Description

Nickel plated mouth opener (Boxed and unused). Used in the administration of general anaesthesia.

Trilene Inhaler

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Trilene Inhaler

Description

Metal container with nostril adaptor. Contains cotton wool for liquid trilene, used for anaesthesia purposes.

Date

c. 1900

Identifier

HD/852

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Materials

Metal

Description

Metal container with nostril adaptor. Contains cotton wool for liquid trilene, used for anaesthesia purposes.

Oral Net Spoon

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Oral Net Spoon

Description

Oral net spoon used in general anaesthesia.

Date

c. 1900

Identifier

HD/869

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Materials

Metal

Description

Oral net spoon used in general anaesthesia.

Mouth Gag

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Mouth Gag

Description

Mouth gag for anaesthetics – ratchet closure with thumb release; rubber missing from one of the blades.

Date

c. 20th century

Identifier

2016/3.20

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

11 x 9 x 5 cm

Materials

metal; rubber.

Description

Mouth gag for anaesthetics – ratchet closure with thumb release; rubber missing from one of the blades.

Gray's Anaesthetic Syringe

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Gray's Anaesthetic Syringe

Description

Gray's anaesthetic syringe, with two sets of five needles, in metal case. Metal syringe with straight and curved adaptors for Schimmel's needles.

Date

c. 1930s-1950s

Identifier

1999/2.3

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Length: 16 cm (syringe); 16.6 cm (case)

Materials

Metal, glass, cotton wool.

Description

Gray's anaesthetic syringe, with two sets of five needles, in metal case. Metal syringe with straight and curved adaptors for Schimmel's needles.

Hedley's Ethyl Chloride Bottle

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Hedley's Ethyl Chloride Bottle

Description

Hedley's ethyl chloride bottle, in cardboard box.

Date

c. 1930s-1950s

Identifier

2003/152

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 17.4 cm

Materials

Cardboard, cork, glass, metal.

Description

Hedley's ethyl chloride bottle, in cardboard box.

Ethyl Chloride Bottle

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Ethyl Chloride Bottle

Description

Ethyl chloride bottle, in cardboard box. Used as a local anaesthesia by spraying onto the skin surface until a frost was obtained. Used for quick induction of anaesthesia in children by spraying onto an open mask until c 1950.

Date

c. 1985

Identifier

1998/1.2

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 15 cm

Materials

Glass, metal, cardboard.

Description

Ethyl chloride bottle, in cardboard box. Used as a local anaesthesia by spraying onto the skin surface until a frost was obtained. Used for quick induction of anaesthesia in children by spraying onto an open mask until c 1950.

Laryngeal Syringe

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Laryngeal Syringe

Description

Laryngeal syringe for anaesthetising the larynx.

Date

c. 1930s-1950s

Identifier

1997/7.8

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 21.2 cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Laryngeal syringe for anaesthetising the larynx.

Clover's ether inhaler, Hewitt's modification

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Clover's ether inhaler, Hewitt's modification

Description

Clover's ether inhaler, Hewitt's modification.

Date

c. 1901

Identifier

2003/27.25

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Length: 45.5 cm

Materials

Metal, plastic, rubber

Description

Clover's ether inhaler, Hewitt's modification.

Laryngeal Spray

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Laryngeal Spray

Description

A laryngeal spray in a black, leather-covered case with yellow lining. This spray was used for topical analgesia of the larynx, also known as the voice box.

Topical analgesia is a procedure which involves applying medication to an affected area to relieve pain.

Identifier

2003/138

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 15.9cm

Materials

Glass; Leather; Rubber; Metal

Description

A laryngeal spray in a black, leather-covered case with yellow lining. This spray was used for topical analgesia of the larynx, also known as the voice box.

Topical analgesia is a procedure which involves applying medication to an affected area to relieve pain.

Skinner's Inhaler

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Title

Skinner's Inhaler

Date

c. 1862

Identifier

2003/27.3

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 11.5cm

Materials

Metal

Description


Buxton's Inhaler

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Title

Buxton's Inhaler

Date

c. 1890s - c. 1900s

Identifier

2003/27.1

Physical Object Item Type Metadata

Physical Dimensions

Length: 13.1cm

Materials

Metal

Description


Schimmelbusch Inhaler

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Schimmelbusch Inhaler

Description

Schimmelbusch mask, used to administer anaesthetic to a patient. Designed to prevent gauze, which had been doused in anaesthetic, from irritating the patient's skin. The Schimmelbusch mask's rim is trough-shaped to collect excess anaesthetic.

Identifier

2003/264

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Physical Dimensions

Length: 14.9cm

Materials

Metal

Description

Schimmelbusch mask, used to administer anaesthetic to a patient. Designed to prevent gauze, which had been doused in anaesthetic, from irritating the patient's skin. The Schimmelbusch mask's rim is trough-shaped to collect excess anaesthetic.

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