'Vaporisateur du Docteur Montazeau', print, Paris, France, 1822-1840
A young woman aged sixteen is using a device to treat a case of tuberculosis in the lungs. Powered by a foot pump, treatments and air are inhaled through the nose mask. The spray, known as a vaporisateur in French, was invented by Pierre Hippolyte Montazeau, a physician working in Paris in the 1820s. The print was produced by Langlumé.
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