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instructions for hyposensitization - immunization treatment sheets

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Dates
1966
1969
circa 1966-1969
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, Allergies
Accession Number
001043039 a-d
Description
Four sheets of paper with instuctions for hyposensitization and immunization treatment; one page also has a "request for refill of allergy extract" stapled to it.
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Accession Number
001043039 a-d
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, Allergies
MeSH Heading
Drug Utilization
Immunization
Description
Four sheets of paper with instuctions for hyposensitization and immunization treatment; one page also has a "request for refill of allergy extract" stapled to it.
Number Of Parts
4
Part Names
a-d - sheets - Size: Length 27.7 x Width 21.0
Provenance
Donated to the alumnae by Shirley Stephens Maguire from the KGH School of Nursing Class of 1956.
Site Made (City)
Ottawa
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1966
1969
circa 1966-1969
Date Remarks
The sheets are stamped with various dates from 1966 to 1969.
Material
paper: white
Inscriptions
"INSTRUCTIONS FOR HYPOSENSITIZATION - IMMUNIZATION TREATMENT" printed at the top of each page.
Permanent Location
Storage Room 2005
2005-2-2 Box #1
Condition Remarks
The pages are heavily creased.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person
Book
JPG
Reference Comments
Marilyn Boston; CD #8
Research Facts
Outlines how to administer the treatment, how to treat afterwards, and what side effects to watch out for.
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adrenaline chloride solution ampoule

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Dates
1967
circa 1967
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, Metabolic and Endocrine
Accession Number
001043037 a-b
Description
A 1cc adrenaline chloride solution ampoule in a box; the ampoule is made out of clear glass and the solution is clear; there is a small label on it; the box is rectangular and white with red writing.
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Accession Number
001043037 a-b
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, Metabolic and Endocrine
MeSH Heading
Epinephrine
MM= Drugs -- hormones -- container
MM= Drug Packaging -- container -- ampoule
Description
A 1cc adrenaline chloride solution ampoule in a box; the ampoule is made out of clear glass and the solution is clear; there is a small label on it; the box is rectangular and white with red writing.
Number Of Parts
2
Part Names
a - ampoule - Size: Length 5.1 cm x Diam. 1.0 cm
b - box - Size: Length 5.8 cm x Width 1.2 cm x Depth 1.1 cm
Provenance
Donated to the alumnae by Shirley Stephens Maguire from the KGH School of Nursing Class of 1956.
Maker
Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd.
Site Made (City)
Brockville
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1967
circa 1967
Date Remarks
Expired in February of 1967.
Material
glass: clear
cardboard: white
paper: white
Inscriptions
"1 CC. No. 88 // ADRENALIN CHLORIDE // SOLUTION // 1:1000 // Epinephrine hydrochloride // Solution C.S.D. // DOSE - See carton. // Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd." printed on the label on the ampoule.
"1 CC. AMPOULE No. 88 // ADRENALINE CHLORIDE SOLUTION // EPINEPHRINE HYDROCHLORIDE // SOLUTION C.S.D. 1:1000// PARKE, DAVIS & CO., LTD. // BROCKVILLE, ONTARIO" printed on the box.
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-A3-3 Row D
Condition Remarks
Minor wear on the box.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person
Book
Reference Comments
Marilyn Boston; "Complete Catalogue: Products of Parke, Davis & Company, Ltd.," Parke, Davis & Company, Ltd, Walkerville, Ontario, 1946, p. 130 (see attached photocopy).
Research Facts
"The 1:1000 solution ampoule meets the professional demand for a convenient and adequate single dose when full doses are required, as in anaphylactic shock or cardiac arrest" (from Parke, Davis Catalogue).
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adrenaline chloride ampoule

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Dates
1967
circa 1967
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, Metabolic and Endocrine
Accession Number
001043038 a-b
Description
A 1cc adrenaline chloride solution ampoule in a box; the ampoule is made out of clear glass and the solution is clear; there is a small label on it; the box is rectangular and white with red writing.
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Accession Number
001043038 a-b
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, Metabolic and Endocrine
MeSH Heading
Epinephrine
MM= Drugs -- hormones -- container
MM= Drug Packaging -- container -- ampoule
Description
A 1cc adrenaline chloride solution ampoule in a box; the ampoule is made out of clear glass and the solution is clear; there is a small label on it; the box is rectangular and white with red writing.
Number Of Parts
2
Part Names
a - ampoule - Size: Length 5.1 cm x Diam. 1.0 cm
b - box - Size: Length 5.8 cm x Width 1.2 cm x Depth 1.1 cm
Provenance
Donated to the alumnae by Shirley Stephens Maguire from the KGH School of Nursing Class of 1956.
Maker
Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd.
Site Made (City)
Brockville
Site Made (State)
Ontario
Site Made (Country)
Canada
Dates
1967
circa 1967
Date Remarks
Expired in February of 1967.
Material
glass: clear
cardboard: white
paper: white
Inscriptions
"1 CC. No. 88 // ADRENALIN CHLORIDE // SOLUTION // 1:1000 // Epinephrine hydrochloride // Solution C.S.D. // DOSE - See carton. // Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd." printed on the label on the ampoule.
"1 CC. AMPOULE No. 88 // ADRENALINE CHLORIDE SOLUTION // EPINEPHRINE HYDROCHLORIDE // SOLUTION C.S.D. 1:1000// PARKE, DAVIS & CO., LTD. // BROCKVILLE, ONTARIO" printed on the box.
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-A3-3 Row D
Condition Remarks
Minor wear on the box.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Person
Book
Reference Comments
Marilyn Boston; "Complete Catalogue: Products of Parke, Davis & Company, Ltd.," Parke, Davis & Company, Ltd, Walkerville, Ontario, 1946, p. 130 (see attached photocopy).
Research Facts
"The 1:1000 solution ampoule meets the professional demand for a convenient and adequate single dose when full doses are required, as in anaphylactic shock or cardiac arrest" (from Parke, Davis Catalogue).
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Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, General
Treatment, General
Accession Number
005036002
Description
A medicine cup with measurement scales on the sides.
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Accession Number
005036002
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, General
Treatment, General
MeSH Heading
Drug Therapy
Administration, Oral -- instrumentation
Weights and Measures
Description
A medicine cup with measurement scales on the sides.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Source: Marilyn Boston; described by the donor as having come from Marilyn (Wilmont) Boston.
Material
glass: clear
Inscriptions
"Rigo" on the bottom of the cup in raised letters; embossed measuring scales marked from 1/4 to 1 oz, and from 5 to 30 cc on one side of the cup; scales marked to 2 tablespoons and from 1 to 8 teaspoons on the other side of the cup; on the tablespoon scale, 1 dessertspoon is marked.
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-A8-5
Temporary Location
Work Room 2009
Dimension Notes
Length 6.5 cm x Diam. 4.8 cm
Condition Remarks
Like new.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Other
JPG
Reference Comments
See also artifact number 992053001; CD #2.
Research Facts
Used for measuring liquid medicine.
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Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, General
Treatment, General
Accession Number
005036003
Description
A medicine cup with measurement scales on the sides.
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Accession Number
005036003
Collection
Kingston General Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, General
Treatment, General
MeSH Heading
Drug Therapy
Administration, Oral -- instrumentation
Weights and Measures
Description
A medicine cup with measurement scales on the sides.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Source: Marilyn Boston; described by the donor as having come from Marilyn (Wilmont) Boston.
Material
plastic: clear
Inscriptions
Three scales on the sides of the cup, embossed on the inside; one scale from 2.5 to 30 "CC" and from 2.5 to 30 "ML"; a second scale from 1/4 to 1 "FL. OZ." and from 2 to 8 "DRAMS"; a third scale from 1/2 "TSP." to 2 "TBS.", with intermediate markings of one teaspoon, 1 dessertspoon, and one tablespoon.
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-A8-5
Temporary Location
Work Room 2009
Dimension Notes
Length 4.2 cm x Diam. 4.7 cm
Condition Remarks
Like new.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #2.
Research Facts
Used for measuring liquid medicine.
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Dates
1880
1913
circa 1880-1913
Collection
Alice L. Leavitt Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, General
Home Health Care
Accession Number
010015003 a-b
Description
Amber glass bottle (a) with flat base and rounded square shaped body, tapering up into a cylindrical neck with a handle connecting the neck to the body; opposite the handle is a short spout which protrudes from just below the neck and stretches upwards, tapering into a small opening which curves st…
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Accession Number
010015003 a-b
Collection
Alice L. Leavitt Collection
Category
Pharmacy and Drug Artifacts
Classification
Pharmacy, General
Home Health Care
MeSH Heading
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Food
Patient Care -- instrumentation
Description
Amber glass bottle (a) with flat base and rounded square shaped body, tapering up into a cylindrical neck with a handle connecting the neck to the body; opposite the handle is a short spout which protrudes from just below the neck and stretches upwards, tapering into a small opening which curves straight out towards the side; a wooden stopper (b) sits in the neck of the glass.
Number Of Parts
2
Part Names
a - bottle: Length 7.2 cm X Width 5.0 cm X Height 12.3 cm
b - stopper: Length 4.9 cm X Diameter 2.1 cm
Provenance
Owned by donor
Dates
1880
1913
circa 1880-1913
Date Remarks
Based on "A Dating Key For Post-Eighteenth Century Bottles" by T. Stell Newman.
Material
glass: amber
wood: brown
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-A5-6 Box 3 Row C
Unit Of Measure
centimeters
Condition Remarks
Some bubbles inside the glass and potentially some minor chipping.
Copy Type
original
Reference Types
Websites
Reference Comments
https://www.etymonline.com/word/cruet#etymonline_v_406
https://www.kovels.com/price-guide/glass-price-guide/amber-glass.html
https://www.airseacontainers.com/blog/the-science-behind-amber-glass-how-these-bottles-protect-liquids/
https://www.containerandpackaging.com/resources/colored-glass/
Research Facts
Olive oil was used in various pharmacy recipes for home use and at the pharmacists.
This type of bottle is called a cruet, and is most often used to hold vinegar, oil, or sacramental wine. The word "cruet" was first attested circa 1300, and most likely comes from the Old French "crue", meaning an earthen pot. Related to the word "crock".
Amber, the colour of this glass, was a popular colour for glass just after the American Civil War and during the 1930s-1950s, and is one of the many colours which are often cited when referring to "Depression Glass". Amber glass comes from iron, sulphur, and carbon being added to molten glass. Amber glass is good for protecting liquids, as it blocks UV light and other light wavelengths under 450 nm, which is why it is often used to store medicines, alcohols, and oils.
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