Hemometer/Hemocytometer Blood Tester

90.27.2

Creation Date
circa 1930

Dimensions

6cm H x 10.5cm W x 16.5cm L

6.75 wide, 4.5 deep, 2.38 high

Count
9
Accessory


Maker's Mark


Description
Wooden case covered with black leatherette, labeled "Adams / American Made / Hemometer / and / Hemacytometer"; contains a black plastic test tube stand with a translucent white back and two amber colored panels on the front; a narrow rectangular-section graduated test tube; two glass rods; a test tube brush; a vial with a red cap marked "Hayem's Solution"; and a vial with a green cap marked "Acetic Acid (1%)". Used for counting hemoglobin and blood cells; probably used in the Morris Hospital (former Dr. Caine residence on West Seventh Street). Treated for mold July 2016
Geographic Notes
US

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