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Medical instruments and apparatus

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Beeuwkes, Reinier. Artifacts and documentation associated with Reiner Beeuwkes and the development of the Cardiovascular Analogue Trainer (CAT) at Harvard Medical School, 1971-1980

Series Identifier: WAM001, 21880.001-.004
Content Description: Artifacts, manuscripts , correspondence, and published material. Cardiovascular Analogue Trainer (CAT) with separate additional wiring [21880.001], series of hand-drawn conceptual drawings [21880.002] one bag electronic parts [21880.003], operating and instruction manuals for the CAT and associated devices [21880.004]. 1971-1980.

Brigham and Women's Hospital. Emerson Respirator or "Iron Lung," serial number TC-001, manufactured by the J.H. Emerson Co. of Cambridge, Massachusetts in the late 1940s and used at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts until the 2000s, 1940-1950

Item Identifier: WAM001, 22031
Scope and Content: Warren Anatomical Museum artifact collections include medical, dental, and public health instruments and devices; anatomical models and casts; furniture; memorabilia; and histological specimens.

Please note that the inventory presented in this finding aid is not a complete or comprehsensive representation of the Museum's artifact holdings; the inventory chiefly represents objects and collections of objects that have been recently accessioned and/or cataloged by the Museum.

Cachecho, Riad. Surgical kit with a purple velvet interior and a wooden case, belonging to Damascus-based physician Habib Cachecho (1868-1938), Late 19th-century

Item Identifier: WAM001, 22095c
Scope and Contents: Kit was supplied by the Stafford House Committee, and used by Habib Cachecho during his service in the Ottoman military. Cachecho received his medical degree from St. Joseph’s University of Medicine in Beirut in 1891, and practiced in Damascus after his military service. Forty one instruments included in kit, late 19th century.

D. DeForrest Douglass papers

Collection Identifier: H MS c531
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence and financial documentation reflecting the family life and professional work of Darwin DeForrest Douglass, an artificial limb designer and maker.

Godleski, John J. Artifacts and specimen collection, 1968-1999 (inclusive)

Series Identifier: WAM001, 21870-21876
Content Description: Records include electronic research data relating to cardiac, respiratory, and electron microscopy data, correspondence, presentations, manuscripts, and grant records. Artifacts and specimens include sampling devices, microscope equipment, exposure equipment, and human and canine lung sections.