Leaman’s Venous Pressure Apparatus

Leaman’s Venous Pressure Apparatus

200.00

Leaman Venous Pressure Apparatus

Dimensions

Length of case: 14

Circa

1920-1940

Country of manufacture

North America

Categories: Medicine, Diagnostics

Description

 As early as the 19th century, venous pressure was used in the diagnoses and assessment  of congestive heart failure. Leamon’s apparatus was introduced between the wars,  a time when the diagnostic importance of venous pressure was beginning to be more widely understood  and measured clinically. The presence of mimeographed rather than printed instructions  and a catalog cut might indicate that this was an early model  used within the company  by Pilling. 

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US M and R Gordon

Michael and Roberta Gordon have been dealing in medical and dental antiques for more than four decades. They have helped build a number of major private collections and have contributed to the holdings of many museums. They also deal in other scientific and technology related items, including calculating instruments, office machines, patent models and wine-related accessories such as corkscrews. ROBERTA GORDON IS A SKILLED RESTORER WHO CAN HELP YOU WITH ANY INSTRUMENTS AND CASES THAT NEED ATTENTION. Feel free to contact them for details at: [email protected] or 718-623-6777