Reference numberMOB/077
TitleGlassware for a Dale-Schuster pump
ArtistSchuster, Edgar Hermann Joseph & Henry Hallett Dale
DescriptionTwo commercially made joints for use in association with a Dale-Schuster pump; a double perfusion pump used to circulate blood outside the body of an animal, bypassing the heart. One of the two joints has no markings. The second is marked: ‘INTERCHANGE JOINT No. B10 BSS No. 572 BRITISH MADE’. Contained in a contemporary, but repurposed blue cardboard box with various paper labels including: ‘FRAGILE, M.J. RYMAN, London’. With a typed label ‘2 glass parts for Dale-Schuster pump, received from Prof. D.H. [David Henry] Smyth. 30.9.48.’
Extent2 instruments
FormatScientific Instrument
Dimensionsh 75 & 66 x w 14 & 21 x d 10 & 13 mm
Access statusOpen
ProvenancePresented to the Societyby Professor David Henry Smyth FRS in 1948
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Picture Library
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8192Dale; Sir; Henry Hallett (1875 - 1968); physician1875 - 1968
NA1928Smyth; David Henry (1908 - 1979)1908 - 1979
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