A POCKET-CASE FOR FULL BLOOD-PIPETS

Gaylord W. Graves
1912 Journal of the American Medical Association  
in its widest diameter and 2\m=1/2\ inches long, having just enough stem to attach snugly the longest tubing, which is of dark, very flexible rubber, with a lumen of 3/16-inch and 36 inches long, which is united with another piece of the same kind, 6 inches long, by a section of glass tubing of the same caliber,
doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270080122014 fatcat:66mlpsswxbaizatrzwledkgqpe