Portable Transfusion Apparatus

W. Walter
1884 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Dee. 20, 1884J,] .&m ,. V X Ik 1233' internal blade of the ctanioclut, sand the. ettractioANade is sppliedj outside the scalp, over owciput or face, as -the, ease mar be. We have thus an instmment which will produce a. more efficient, cranioclasm than any cranioclast, and will present all its advantages as a safe and scientifically constructed tractor. Such is this chapter in Midwifery as far as we can read it np tiU the present time. What developements the futurewill bring fortl, I pretend not
more » ... ortl, I pretend not to foretell.' But I do not doubt that wheathe,evolutiOn of PerforatQr, Comminutor, and Extractor, has oome to the ,full, the obstetrician will not be under. the-necessity of baying voxious, imple*Uents for the various stages. He will save one sinileI .iEplemIent, with which he will be ble to carry out rany or eVry sta;ge of the operation dito et tuto. He would be something less than hnan who could ever think to operate juetundg. _-PORTABLE TRANSFUSION APPAR4TS. : BY WILLIAM WALTER M.A., M!D.11-Surgeon (and late Obstetrik Sul-gebn) to St. MarysrHgdpital for Women Ahd; Children, and the Manchbster aid Salford Lying-ia Hospial.
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