Tonoscillograph with tonoscillogram, of the type invented by Professor J Plesch, in a case. Plesch lived in Germany, but this instrument for measuring and recording blood pressure was manufactured by Hawksley and Sons, London.
Hand-carved wooden automaton summarising visually health screening and surveillance programmes.
Set of 16 electrodes for APT (Applied Potential Tomography) body imaging, connected to wires terminating in two D-plugs. The electrodes are illustrated attached to a grapefruit which is standing in for a child's head and liquid is injected into the '
Mobile x-ray set for ward radiography, by A. E. Dean and Co. Ltd. with "Aeromax 8" tube by Machlett X-Ray Tubes (Great Britain) Ltd.
Cryogenic Magnetic Resonance Imaging Machine and associated computing equipment by Data General, with some smaller items. Illustrated are some �Jedi� helmets used for MRI scans of the brain.
Helical shaped bottle, original packaging, and promotional carrier bag.
The PCR machine automates the process of making large quantities of DNA from a tiny starting sample.
Canister of Dr Jenner's indigestion powder, made by Savory and Moore, Ltd, London.
Gesell test objects including a bell, two rattles, a cup, ten large and six small wooden blocks, 1911-1939. These items were used by the American developmental psychologist and physician Dr Arnold Gesell (1880-1961) in his Clinic of Child Development
This is a foetal monitoring system with digital and recorded display of foetal heart rate, intrauterine pressure and uterine activity. It comes with a trolley and accessories and was made by Sonicaid in England.
An an 'artificial kidney' used by Moreen Lewis, one of the first patients to have a dialysis machine at home.
"The Westminster Profound Hypothermia Apparatus" for cardiac surgery developed by Charles Drew at Westminster Hospital.