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Antique Glass Dropper or Blood Collecting Funnel Hopper w Brass Tap C 1840

Antique Glass Dropper or Blood Collecting Funnel Hopper w Brass Tap C 1840

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VICTORIAN Blue And White Porcelain Antique Brass Shower Faucet Tub Mixer Tap W/ Soap Dish

Blue And White Porcelain Antique Brass Shower Faucet Tub Mixer Tap W/ Soap Dish

bloodletting tools.

Antique Medical Bleeder Lancet Bloodletting Cased Civil War Doctor Medical Tools

For relieving those nasty humours

1850 Cautery set at the Museum of Historical Medical Artifacts (virtual museum) - From the curators' comments: "Cautery was an ancient means of treating wounds. It served a dual purpose, the heat congealed the blood, stopping bleeding and it also served to sterilize the wound. The application of heat had to be timed carefully or it would result in significant tissue damage and defeat the purpose."

1850 Cautery set at the Museum of Historical Medical Artifacts (virtual museum) - From the curators' comments: "Cautery was an ancient means of treating wounds. It served a dual purpose, the heat congealed the blood, stopping bleeding and it also served to sterilize the wound. The application of heat had to be timed carefully or it would result in significant tissue damage and defeat the purpose."

2 Vintage Medical Pharmacy Apothecary by NorthCountryVintage, $8.50

2 Vintage Medical Pharmacy Apothecary Industrial Decor: Skunk Oil Utica NY and Depression Green Exceller Plaster Paris Advertising Tin

SKUNK OIL: obtained from the two lateral glands running the length of a skunk's back, was used by the Native Americans as a healing balm or as a liniment.

A antique Civil War period doctors OLD mouth gag surgical medical instrument.  Beautiful ebony wood handles.  Signed DENTAL MANUFG. COMPY LIMITED.  Ebony grips are attached with the original early grooved head metal screws.  Silver finish with old aging. $195    ~salvart ebay

Civil War period mouth gag surgical instrument with beautiful ebony handles.

vintage nasal speculum

vintage nasal speculum

Positions of the fetus requiring intervention at birth, a reclining birthing chair, and instruments used to assist in delivery of the infant.  A General System of Surgery in three parts. Dr. Laurence Heister, 1745.

Positions of the fetus requiring intervention at birth, a reclining birthing chair, and instruments used to assist in delivery of the infant. A General System of Surgery in three parts. Laurence Heister, / los instrumentos me dan escalofrío

Syringe

Picture of vintage vetenarian metal syringe with original box against white. stock photo, images and stock photography.

Cephalotribe, c.1750. This is a skull-crushing instrument. Cephalotribes were used by male-midwives (early obstetricians) in the 18th century. The instrument pierced and crushed the fetus head to extract it from the mother’s body in cases where the baby had already died and the woman's life was at risk. Want to know more about in utero conditions and other interesting pathologies? This Wednesday - set your alarm! Dr. Drew (@drdrewhln) and Dr. Bruce are doing a new podcast called…

obstetric tool, Geneva, Switzerland, to save mother. The instrument pierced and crushed the fetus head to extract it from the mother’s body. They were used as a last resort only after the fetus was dead.

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An arrow remover from 18th century

(scary_old_school_surgical_tools) - Arrow Remover Not much is known about this tool, but it is hypothesized that it was inserted into the wound in a contracted position, with the central shaft used to grasp the arrow.

Victorian nurse

Victorian era nurse wearing a utilitarian chatelaine.I'm glad the "uniform" has changed!

Antique Tracheal Tube

Antique Medical Tracheal Tube from France

Antique Tracheal Tube