All Objects In All Collections: Objects 631 - 645 of 677

993.251.1: TourniquetTourniquet, 1881-1920 Petit's spiral tourniquet. A long strap threaded through a screw device with a piece of leather sewn into the strap at the buckle. Used to apply pressure to stop heavy bleeding, especially during amputations. '65.56.1' scratched into surface.
993.115.1: TourniquetTourniquet, c. 1917 Singer's pattern tourniquet with 24 inch canvas strap. Part of WWI German Army field surgery kit.
993.250.1: TourniquetTourniquet, 19th Cent. Petit's spiral tourniquet. A long strap threaded through a brass screw device with a leather pad sewn into the strap at the steel buckle. Manufacturer's name 'W & H HUTCHINSON SHEFFIELD' stamped into the screw turn handle. Used to apply pressure to stop heavy bleeding, especially during amputations.
998.9.31: Tray, Catheter/InstrumentTray, Catheter/Instrument, 1965-90 Rectangular catheter and instrument tray with strapped handle cover and ridged bottom, white with black rim.
993.1362.1: Tray, InstrumentTray, Instrument, 20th Cent. Enamelware instrument tray, without cover, with a blue rim. \'HYGENIC AUSTRIA\' is printed in red lettering circling a red cross on the base.
2006.39.1: Tripod Skull RestTripod Skull Rest, 20th Cent. Adjustable tripod with skull rest section missing.
993.141.1: TrocarTrocar, 1900-1928 Pocket exploring trocar. Delicately carved ivory case with a top cap which unscrews to reveal a silver cannula. The handle is marked with the size number '4' and with the name of the manufacturer ' ARNOLD & SONS LONDON'.
993.78.1: TrocarTrocar, 1880-1910 Pocket exploring trocar with cannula in screw wooden case.
993.32.1: Trocar SetTrocar Set, 1866-1925 Set of three trocars with canula, in case. Tan leather covered wooden case with catch, lined with blue velvet [base] and padded silk [lid]. Large, medium and small size trocars with ebony cross hatch handles and steel shafts with pointed ends. Silver canula slide over the shafts to expose the pointed ends, 'ARNOLD&SONS' stamped into all three canula. Manufacturer's label on inner lid surface 'ARNOLD & SONS SMITHFIELD LONDON'. Case dimensions given.
2011.35.1: Trocar, ExploringTrocar, Exploring, 1950-1998 Pocket exploring trocar, nested, with cannula in screw metal case. One part of the case acts as the handle when the trocar is screwed in place. Trocar screwed into handle dimensions given.
993.216.1: Tube, SpecimenTube, Specimen, 1911-1960 Specimen tube with rubber stopper in a wooden mailing case.Address label adhering to case with return address printed "Dr. J. D. BENJAFIELD, 95 Harley Street, W.1."
2006.232.1: TubingTubing, 1950-1990 Sealed bag containing 'INTRAMEDICâ„¢ Polyethylene Tubing PE 90/S12 I.D..034" O.D..050" - 12 inches'. The tubing is 'Electron sterilized in the package'.
993.1153.1: Tuning ForkTuning Fork, 1946-1972 Standardized tuning fork, invented by Gardiner Brown, with base for Rinne's Test, "C" 128 vibrations. Manufacturer's name 'DOWN MAYER' and 'C0 128' stamped at base of prongs.
2013.7.1: Tupilak FigureTupilak Figure, 20th Cent. Tupilak from Greenland of Shaman at work. A sperm whale or walrus ivory carved human figure with a separate ivory disk. The figure has an exaggerated grimace and an auxiliary head protruding from the stomach area.The disk is placed underneath second head to stabilise the figure in a standing position. The eyes on both faces have been infilled with a black material. The figure's arms are bent down in front and the hands have sockets in them. Incomplete, the part held by the hands is missing.
993.585.1: Twin TransilluminatorTwin Transilluminator, 1939-1960 A twin transilluminator in a lidded box with written instructions and pictures printed on both external and internal lid surfaces, containing: a twin transilluminator with a 7½ ft electrical cord with two tips consisting of two light carrying tubes, each with a removable bulb hood and a screw-in bulb; two glass sheaths with light shields; two spare bulbs. One light carrying tube is fixed and connected to the handle, whilst the other can be manually adjusted by way of guide bars to modify the tube's spacing. The bulb hoods have a small circular opening for projecting the light rays. When...