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Medical instruments and apparatus

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Jeffries, B. Joy (Benjamin Joy), 1833-1915. Collection of eye instruments and apparatuses formerly of John Jeffries (1745-1819), John Jeffries (1796-1876), and John Howard Dix (1813-1884), 1765-1885

Series Identifier: WAM001, c21127
Scope and Contents: Collection of instruments used by multiple physicians, including John Jeffries (1745-1819), John Jeffries (1796-1876), and John Howard Dix (1813-1884). The collection was composed by B. Joy (Benjamin Joy) Jeffries (1833-1915).

Oriol, Nancy E. Meconium suction catheter and custom Shiley meconium suction device, designed by Nancy E. Oriol, 1985-2001

Series Identifier: WAM001, 21857-21858
Scope and Contents: Meconium suction catheter and custom Shiley meconium suction device, made specially for Nancy E. Oriol, 1985-2001

Paulin, Sven. Teaching and research instrumentation belonging to Sven Paulin, 1955-2014

Series Identifier: WAM001, c22047
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.

Richardson, W. L. (William Lambert), 1842-1932. Collection of gynecological and obstetrical instrumentation, 1860-1920

Series Identifier: WAM001, c20197
Scope and Contents: Consists of obstetrical and gynecological instrumentation formerly belonging to W. L (William Lambert) Richardson.

Rock, John. Obstetrical examination table, from the private practice office of John Rock, 1890-1940

Item Identifier: WAM001, c22265
Content Description: One glass and metal table on casters from the private office of John Rock.