Hypodermic Syringes in Holder

90.27.3

Creation Date
1950s

Dimensions

12.5cm H x 13cm W x 22cm L

8.25 wide, 5.25 deep, 4.75 high

Count
66
Accessory


Maker's Mark


Description
32 glass syringes in a rectangular stainless steel case with cover; case contains a rack which holds 24 syringes in an upright position, the remainder are laid on top of the rack; syringes are made by "Multifit", "Becton, Dickinson & Co.", "Brown & Day Inc.", and "Inters"; piece of masking tape with “unsterile” written on it on cover of case. Used in the Morris Medical Center clinic, probably into the 1960s. Probably used by Drs. Behmler, Rossberg, and others. 23 Sep 1996 - one syringe missing. L.H.
Geographic Notes
St. Paul
US

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