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Boyle Anaesthetic Machine, by Coxeter, London, c. 1940

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Inventory Number: 10514
Object Type:
Place Created: London United Kingdom (England) Europe
Accession Number: 1998-7
Brief Description: Boyle machine head with dry bobbin flowmeters for oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide and two vaporizers with plungers, safety fillers and bypass levers: brown glass bottle labelled "Ether" and green glass bottle labelled "Chloroform" (both bottles also have volume scales printed on them). Used for oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, ether and chloroform.
Provenance: Transferred from the Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, John Radcliffe Hospital in 1998.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Glass
Metal
Cork
Plastic
Rubber(?)
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
241 298 168 mm

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