Combined stomach pump - enema apparatus

S. Maw, Son & Thompson (estab. Circa 1870, closed Circa 1905)
Circa 1890-1910
Combined stomach pump and enema syringe, 2 oesophageal tubes, vulcanite mouth-gag, 2 enema tubes, 4 bone rectum pipes, wooden cone-shaped instrument for treating prolapsed piles, metal cylinder attachment for pump/enema apparatus, all in mahogany case. Brass apparatus with bone handle and "flute key" lever.
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brass and other metal, bone, Vulcanite, rubber, mahogany, other wood and fabric
35.5 x 10 x 24.7 cm
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Gift of AMA Victoria, 2011
maker's mark ▫ marked: 'S MAW SON & THOMPSON LONDON/TRADE MARK' ▫ stomach pump, enema syringe
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Named Collection
Medical History Museum Category


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