A scarce myographic explorer/recorder for arteries and veins in dogs and rabbits by Verdin

A scarce myographic explorer/recorder for arteries and veins in dogs and rabbits by Verdin

180 euros

Dimensions

5x6 cm

Circa

1895

Country of manufacture

France

Categories: Diagnostics, Other Medical Antiques

Description

A scarce myographic explorer/recorder for arteries and veins in dogs and rabbits by Verdin. This model was invented by Charles Verdin and signed “Ch. Verdin Paris”, in brass. circa 1895.
One of the two lower parts of the explorer “is hinged, so you can make a straight line with the plateau [the rubber is missing], for introduction in the artery or vein” (see Catalogue des instruments de précisions construits par Charles Verdin, Paris, Mersch [circa 1895], page 23 and number 58).
A very rare physiological device, lack one screw.
Size : 5×6 cm
 
Explorateur pour artères et veines chez le chien et le lapin, modèle inventé par Charles Verdin et signé « Ch. Verdin Paris », laiton. Circa 1895.
Une des deux parties basse de l’explorateur « est à charnière, de façon à pouvoir faire une ligne droite avec le plateau [dont le caoutchouc est manquant], pour l’introduction sous l’artère ou la veine » (voir Catalogue des instruments de précisions construits par Charles Verdin, Paris, Mersch [circa 1895], page 23, numéro 58).
Manque une visse.

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FR Le Zograscope

Established by Alexandre Piffault in 2014 and based in Paris, Le Zograscope specializes in antique and rare books in Science, Medicine and Technology, and rare antique instruments in the same fields. We have especially a strong interest in early and continental microscopy, early and special mathematical/drawing instruments, medical and surgical instrument, and rare technology.

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