A pictorial history of blood practices and transfusion

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Arcane Publication, 1992 - Medical - 380 pages
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Contents

Section
1
The Dying Gladiator
7
Astrological Bloodletting Based Upon Phases of the Moon
13
Bloodletting Points 1540
19
The Itinerant Ubiquitous Medieval Barber
25
A French Spoof on the Three Saviors of Life
31
Richard Lower The First Recorded Transfusion 1614
37
First Illustration of Intravenous Injection in Man 1667
43
Blood Transfusion Apparatus U S Army 1918
183
J de J Pemberton Transfusion 1919
189
W Byford Simplified Apparatus by the Citrate Method 1922
195
McLellan A New Blood Transfusion Apparatus 1926
201
BlossomDavis Apparatus for Indirect Blood Transfusion 1931
207
R Beck SummaryTransfusion Reactions and Their Causes 1935
213
R RBates Simplified Method of Transfusing Citrated Blood 1937
219
LW Diggs Closed Citrate Method 1940
225

Transfusion as Envisioned by Lorenz Heister 1768
49
J Aveling Transfusion With the Aveling Bulb 1864
54
B Fryers Modification of Avelings Apparatus 1874
60
Subcutaneous Infusion With Saline as a Transfusion Alternative
66
W Walter Portable Transfusion Apparatus of 1884
72
A Variety of Transfusion Methodologies
78
The Elsberg Cannula in Practice
84
Tuffier La Transfusion du Sang 1912
90
B F McGrath Transfusion by AspirationInjection 1914
96
Brewer and Leggett 1909 Curtis and David 1911
102
Beth Vincent Improved Kimpton Brown Tubes 1918
106
Section VIII
112
ELindeman Syringe Transfusions with Special Cannulas 1913
118
H Abelmann A New Method and Apparatus 1915
124
B Bernhein Hollow UShaped Needles 1921
130
The LJube Syringe 1924
136
Dr Soresi Whole Blood Transfusion Apparatus 1931 Advertisement
142
H Bories A New Type of Syringe 1931
148
S Meeker A New Instrument 1936
154
Section IX
160
Penn Instrument II Advertisement
165
HenryJouvelt Appareil a Transfusion du Sang 1934
171
ABecart Injection Rythmique 1937
177
Additional IntraArterial Transfusion Diagrams Circa 1955
231
J Miripol ADSOL New Preservation Solution 1986
237
Plasma and Plasma Components
243
Emergency Plasma Transfusion Kit 1941
249
Plasmapheresis Explained
255
Karl Landsteiner Discoverer of the Human Blood Groups 1900
261
Direct Matching of Blood
267
Broad Spectrum Panocell Knickerbocker Eight Cell Panel 1960s
273
Histocompatibility Antisera Biotest 1970
279
Frozen Red Blood Cells
280
Schlutz and Bellamy Continuous Flow Washing System 1968
286
Frenchs Needle For Blood Collection Circa 19308
293
Merseyside Blood Delivery Apparatus 1940
299
E Bowser Inexpensive Apparatus for Administering Blood 1944
305
Satiflex Donor Bag Cutter Laboratories Circa 1960
311
Four Personages Significant Contributions To Diagnosis of HDN
317
Exposure Transmission of Hepatitis HBAg Abbott Laboratories
323
Average Composition of Blood in the Normal Adult Abbott 1961
329
Early Blood Filters from 19161949
333
The Dare Hemoglobinometer Turn of the Century
346
Now Dedicate Your Blood to a Man Overseas Poster Plasma WWII
359
Asanguiness Hypothermic Total Body Perfusion Hepatic Coma 1972
372
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