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Melbourne University Medical History Museum Medical Purging Equipment

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Brief description

Five sets of Victorian era enema and stomach pumps.

Full description

Five sets of Victorian era of enema and stomach pumps consisting of ivory and metal enema tubes, oesophageal pipes, a vulcanite mouth gags and stomach tubes by makers such as S. Mawson & Thompson and Mayer and Meltzer, both London instrument makers, and Joseph Gray & Son, from Sheffield.

Significance

This collection contains a range of medical and scientific instruments of significance to the history of Science in Australia.

Data time period: 1860 to 1900

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Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Sheffield

text: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

text: London

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