Photo album, Anaesthetic trays
From the Collection of Geoffrey Kaye Museum of Anaesthetic History ANZCA House 630 St Kilda Road Melbourne Victoria
- Green, leather bound photo album with brown leather edge, held together by brown and gold yarn. There is gold gilt lettering on the front, surrounded by a gold gilt decorative oval, spelling out "Photographs". Inside the album are a series of heavy paper pages with photographs and labels stuck on to them. Not all pages have been used, and additional photographs were stored among the blank pages. These have now been relocated to BK3. The photos depict the various ways in which an anaesthetic tray should be prepared for particular types of operations.
- 31.5 x 40cm
- anaesthesia, anesthesia, surgery, boyle's machine, trilene, ether, laryngoscope, endotracheal tubing
- The photo contains a series of photographs depicting the correct procedure for setting up an anaesthetic tray for theatre.
- 1950s - 1970s
- White sticker [discoloured] adhered to top right hand corner of photo album, with handwritten inscription: ANAESTHETIC TRAYS
- 8 Jan 2020 at 4:40PM