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Junker Inhaler

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Inventory Number: 10327
Object Type:
Accession Number: 1998-7
Brief Description: Junker inhaler with afferent and efferent tubes marked used to pump vapour through/over the liquid mixture in the bottom, which could then be inhaled, and ceramic termination to central tube.  There is also a central filler funnel at the top. Design modified by Dudley Buxton. The glass bottle has gradations from 2-16 at the bottom of the bottle.
Invented 1867 by Ferdinand Edelbert Junker (1828-c1901).
Modified 1914 by Dudley Wilmot Buxton.
Provenance: From the Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, John Radcliffe Hospital.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Glass
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
211 88 65 mm


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