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Shipway Three-Bottle Vaporizer

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Inventory Number: 10512
Object Type:
Accession Number: 1998-7
Brief Description: Shipway ether/chloroform insufflation apparatus comprising of Junker vaporizer; a small graduated bottle with a metal cylinder inside terminating in a pestle-like structure and a metal screw-on lid, a vacuum flask with screw cap and cork with loop tube for warming vapours, an ether bottle; a brown glass jar with a large rubber bung, water sight flowmeter and
filler, metal stand incorporating water bath. All of which are connected to each other by rubber tubing. In a wooden fitted case with a movable tray, including mounts for each of the cylinders.

Invented 1916 Sir Francis
Edward Shipway (1875-1968).
Provenance: From the Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, John Radcliffe Hospital.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Glass
Metal
Wood
Rubber
Copper Alloy
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
338 230 180 mm

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