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monaural stethoscope

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Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
997002008 a-b
Description
Two part turned maple wood single stemmed monaural stethoscope; hollow tapered ear piece (a) inserts into circular chest piece (b) includes two holes to allow for different angles of hearing once ear pieces is inserted.
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Accession Number
997002008 a-b
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Stethoscopes
MM= Auscultation -- stethoscope -- monaural
Description
Two part turned maple wood single stemmed monaural stethoscope; hollow tapered ear piece (a) inserts into circular chest piece (b) includes two holes to allow for different angles of hearing once ear pieces is inserted.
Number Of Parts
2
Part Names
a – ear piece – Size: Length 13.6 cm x Diam 3.0 cm
b – chest piece – Size: Length 6.0 cm x Diam 1.4 cm
Provenance
Donated by Dean Barry Smith, Faculty of Medicine, Queen's University.
Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Date Remarks
Based on usage of this type of stethoscope
Material
wood: brown
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-B6-4
Copy Type
Originial
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
Antique Med Web-site: Monaural Stethoscope; CD #6
Research Facts
Charles J. B. Williams developed the two-piece monaural stethoscope in 1843 with a trumpet shaped chest end that fit more comfortably against the chest wall, with a removable ear piece. Became the standard design. The two pieces were used in different holes for the examination of the chest or the heart. Also sensitive enough for hearing a fetus in the womb.
Exhibit History
On display Friend - Vandewater Gallery in Botterell Hall; removed January 27, 2010
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monaural stethoscope

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12954
Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
997002009
Description
One piece turned ebony monaural stethoscope is a hollow tapered ear piece.
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Accession Number
997002009
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Stethoscopes
MM= Auscultation -- stethoscope -- monaural
Description
One piece turned ebony monaural stethoscope is a hollow tapered ear piece.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Donated by Dean Barry Smith, Faculty of Medicine, Queen's University.
Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Date Remarks
Bases on usae of this type of stethoscope
Material
wood: black
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-2
Dimension Notes
Length 15.5 cm x Diam 2.4 cm
Copy Type
Originial
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
Antique Med Web-site: Monaural Stethoscopes; CD #6
Research Facts
Charles J. B. Williams developed the two-piece monaural stethoscope in 1843 with a trumpet shaped chest end that fit more comfortably against the chest wall, with a removable ear piece. Became the standard design. The two pieces were used in different holes for the examination of the chest or the heart. Also sensitive enough for hearing a fetus in the womb.
Exhibit History
On display The Friend - Vandewater Gallery in Botterell Hall; removed January 27, 2010
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monaural stethoscope

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Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
997002010
Description
One piece turned ebony monaural stethoscope is a hollow tapered ear piece with circular chest piece.
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Accession Number
997002010
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Stethoscopes
MM= Auscultation -- stethoscope -- monaural
Description
One piece turned ebony monaural stethoscope is a hollow tapered ear piece with circular chest piece.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Donated by Dean Barry Smith, Faculty of Medicine, Queen's University.
Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Date Remarks
Based on usage of this type of stethoscope
Material
wood: black
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-2
Dimension Notes
Length 13.7 cm x Width 5.8 cm x Depth 3.9 cm
Copy Type
Originial
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
Antique Med Web-site: Monaural Stethoscope; CD #6
Research Facts
Charles J. B. Williams developed the two-piece monaural stethoscope in 1843 with a trumpet shaped chest end that fit more comfortably against the chest wall, with a removable ear piece. Became the standard design. The two pieces were used in different holes for the examination of the chest or the heart. Also sensitive enough for hearing a fetus in the womb.
Exhibit History
On exhibit “The Century: Medical Innovations of the 1800s” at Museum of Health Care, 25 June 2017.
On loan L-2016-4 to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario’s 150th Anniversary exhibit; 30 April-8 July, 2016
On display The Friend - Vandewater Gallery in Botterell Hall; removed January 27, 2010
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monaural stethoscope

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact12957
Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
997002011
Description
One piece turned ebony monaural stethoscope is a hollow tapered trumpet shaped ear piece with circular chest piece.
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Accession Number
997002011
Collection
Queen's University Faculty of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Stethoscopes
MM= Auscultation -- stethoscope -- monaural
Description
One piece turned ebony monaural stethoscope is a hollow tapered trumpet shaped ear piece with circular chest piece.
Number Of Parts
1
Provenance
Donated by Dean Barry Smith, Faculty of Medicine, Queen's University.
Dates
1860
1890
circa 1860-1890
Date Remarks
Based on usage of this type of stethoscope
Material
wood: black
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-2
Temporary Location
On exhibit: "Discovery Centre," Fort Henry NHS, Kingston, Ontario, 10 November 2011.
Dimension Notes
Length 20.9 cm x Width 5.3 cm x Depth 2.5 cm
Copy Type
Originial
Reference Types
Internet
JPG
Reference Comments
Antique Med Web-site: Monaural Stethoscope; CD #6
Research Facts
Charles J. B. Williams developed the two-piece monaural stethoscope in 1843 with a trumpet shaped chest end that fit more comfortably against the chest wall, with a removable ear piece. Became the standard design. The two pieces were used in different holes for the examination of the chest or the heart. Also sensitive enough for hearing a fetus in the womb.
Exhibit History
On display The Friend - Vandewater Gallery in Botterell Hall; removed January 27, 2010
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Dates
1800
1899
1800-1899
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
1996.3.5
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Accession Number
1996.3.5
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Percussion, Physical Examination
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine.
Dates
1800
1899
1800-1899
Date Remarks
Original record had "19th century"
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-1
Condition Remarks
#2: Rubber requires special treatment
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
JPG
Reference Comments
CD #UHN
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Ford's stethoscope

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Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
1976.6.11 a-c
Description
Metal pieces of a stethoscope, with a bakelite head and tips; no tubing.
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Accession Number
1976.6.11 a-c
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Auscultation
Stethoscopes
Physical Examination
Description
Metal pieces of a stethoscope, with a bakelite head and tips; no tubing.
Number Of Parts
3
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Dr. J. Hannah of Toronto; Dr. Weston L. Herriman.
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Material
metal: silver; brown
plastic: black
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-2
Condition Remarks
#2: (a) metal: several small scratches; no dents, rust or corrosion; bakelite tips intact, no chips or cracks; (b) metal: several fine scratches; a few areas a little larger than a pinhead where the metal finish is worn off, exposing black or reddish metal underneath; no dents or corrosion; bakelite intact; no chips or cracks; (c) bakelite intact; no chips or cracks
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Document
JPG
Reference Comments
UHN artefact files;
CD #UHN
Research Facts
This artefact is part of a set of surgical instruments belonging to Dr. Weston L. Herriman, who was one of the first nine students who graduated in 1855 from the newly formed School of Medicine at the Church of Scotland-affiliated University of
Queen's College (1854, Kingston, Ont.). The nine senior students had transferred from the Anglican Upper Canada School of Medicine (Toronto) to the new school at Queen's.
Exhibit History
Agnes Etherington Art Centre - July 2002; on display in "When Medicine Met Science" exhibit, Ann Baillie Building, April 29, 2003
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prismatic clinical thermometer

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Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
1976.6.21 a-c
Description
Long, slender, glass mercury thermometer with degrees marked indelibly in F; accompanied by a bakelite case.
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Accession Number
1976.6.21 a-c
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Body Temperature
Physical Examination
Description
Long, slender, glass mercury thermometer with degrees marked indelibly in F; accompanied by a bakelite case.
Number Of Parts
3
Part Names
a - thermometer - Size: Length 10.2 cm x Diam. 0.5 cm
b - case bottom - Size: Length 8.7 cm x Diam. 1.5 cm
c - case top - Size: Length 3.4 cm x Diam. 1.3 cm
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Dr. J. Hannah of Toronto; Dr. Weston L. Herriman.
Maker
J.F. Hartz Co.
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Material
glass: clear
mercury: silver
plastic: black
Inscriptions
Fahrenheit scale inscribed on thermometer; the numbers "369816"; "J.F. Hartz" in script..
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-4
Condition Remarks
Numbers 95-99 are faded; #2: thermometer cover shows moderate signs of use; has a small patch of brown deposit on the bakelite lid; glass thermometer has no cracks; numbers are fading; minor scratches on the top end.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Document
Book
JPG
Reference Comments
UHN artefact files;
Kny-Scheerer catalogue, 1915, p. 1074 (item #A/-3400-36) (case only); CD #UHN
Research Facts
This artefact is part of a set of surgical instruments belonging to Dr. Weston L. Herriman, who was one of the first nine students who graduated in 1855 from the newly formed School of Medicine at the Church of Scotland-affiliated University of
Queen's College (1854, Kingston, Ont.). The nine senior students had transferred from the Anglican Upper Canada School of Medicine (Toronto) to the new school at Queen's.
Exhibit History
Agnes Etherington Art Centre - July 2002; on display in "When Medicine Met Science" exhibit, Ann Baillie Building, April 29, 2003
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exploring trocar

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact6926
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
1976.6.22 a-c
Description
Long, slender, metal, needle-like trocar in a cylindrical, turned wooden case with a lid; case is cloth-lined.
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Accession Number
1976.6.22 a-c
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Description
Long, slender, metal, needle-like trocar in a cylindrical, turned wooden case with a lid; case is cloth-lined.
Number Of Parts
3
Part Names
a - trocar - Size: Length 13.0 cm
b - case bottom - Size: Length 13.4 cm
c - case top - Size: Length 3.4 cm
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Dr. J. Hannah of Toronto; Dr. Weston L. Herriman.
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Material
metal: grey
wood: light brown
fabric: blue
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-D5-10
Condition Remarks
Some discolouration on trocar; wear on threads of case.
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Document
JPG
Reference Comments
UHN artefact files;
CD #UHN
Research Facts
This artefact is part of a set of surgical instruments belonging to Dr. Weston L. Herriman, who was one of the first nine students who graduated in 1855 from the newly formed School of Medicine at the Church of Scotland-affiliated University of
Queen's College (1854, Kingston, Ont.). The nine senior students had transferred from the Anglican Upper Canada School of Medicine (Toronto) to the new school at Queen's.
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Marsh's stethophone

https://mhc.andornot.com/en/permalink/artifact6937
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
1976.6.34
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Accession Number
1976.6.34
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Physical Examination
Auscultation
Stethoscopes
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Dr. J. Hannah of Toronto; Dr. Weston L. Herriman.
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-2
Condition Remarks
#2: Severe rubber damage
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Document
JPG
Reference Comments
UHN artefact files;
CD #UHN
Research Facts
This artefact is part of a set of surgical instruments belonging to Dr. Weston L. Herriman, who was one of the first nine students who graduated in 1855 from the newly formed School of Medicine at the Church of Scotland-affiliated University of
Queen's College (1854, Kingston, Ont.). The nine senior students had transferred from the Anglican Upper Canada School of Medicine (Toronto) to the new school at Queen's.
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Flint's pleximeter

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Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
Accession Number
1976.6.64
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Accession Number
1976.6.64
Collection
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Category
Diagnostic & Treatment Artifacts
Classification
Diagnosis, General
MeSH Heading
Physical Examination
Auscultation -- instrumentation
Percussion
Provenance
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Dr. J. Hannah of Toronto; Dr. Weston L. Herriman.
Dates
1850
1900
1850-1900
Permanent Location
Storage Room 0010
0010-F4-7
Condition Remarks
#2: no chips or cracks
Copy Type
Original
Reference Types
Document
JPG
Reference Comments
UHN artefact files;
Research Facts
This artefact is part of a set of surgical instruments belonging to Dr. Weston L. Herriman, who was one of the first nine students who graduated in 1855 from the newly formed School of Medicine at the Church of Scotland-affiliated University of
Queen's College (1854, Kingston, Ont.). The nine senior students had transferred from the Anglican Upper Canada School of Medicine (Toronto) to the new school at Queen's.
Exhibit History
On exhibit "When Medicine Met Science," Museum of Health Care, April 29, 2003 - 25 Jan 2017
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