An (LP) 33 1/3 R.P.M. vinyl record (b) with paper sleeve (c); cream and white square cardstock cover, (a); series name, description and names of those involved in the creation of the vinyl are printed in pink and white ink on cover; the title is in pink ink; the manufacturer symbol and name is in b…
An (LP) 33 1/3 R.P.M. vinyl record (b) with paper sleeve (c); cream and white square cardstock cover, (a); series name, description and names of those involved in the creation of the vinyl are printed in pink and white ink on cover; the title is in pink ink; the manufacturer symbol and name is in black ink at the bottom-right corner on the front cover; back cover contains the title in black ink in the upper left corner and a short description of the contents of the record, as well as four monochrome black and white photographs of the doctors involved on the right side and their names and credentials below them. On the left is a blue stamp for the Nova Scotia Hospital. Inside the covers is a black vinyl disc (b) with a gold label in the middle on both sides, which includes the series, title, and manufacturing information in black ink.
Number Of Parts
a) sleeve: Length 31.1 cm X Width 31.5 cm
b) record: Diameter 3.0 cm
c) paper sleeve: Length 30.3 cm X Width 30.5 cm
From the Library at Capital District Health Authority, Nova Scotia. Source for Dalhousie University students, staff and medical personnel where donor was the head of the Department of Psychiatry at the University and at the Nova Scotia Psychiatric Hospital.
Date based on other records of the Psychiatric Consultations collection had the dates printed on them.
paper: cream, gold
ink: white, black, pink
Printed on front cover (a): "Psychiatric // Consultations: no. 10 // An informative colloquium // in which the Family Physician // discusses aspects of sleep and // some common sleep disorders // with a panel of specialists. // Sleep and its Disorders // The Family Physician: // Dr. C. A. Johnson // Chief of the Department // of Family Medicine, // Lakeshore General Hospital, // Pointe Claire. // The Psychiatrists: // Dr. V. A. Kral // Director of the // Gerontologic Unit, // Allan Memorial Institute, // Montreal. // Associate Professor, // Department of Psychiatry // McGill University. // Dr. F. H. Lowy // Director of the Sleep // Laboratory, Allan Memorial // Institute, Montreal. // Assitant Professor, // Department of Psychiatry, // McGill University. // The Pharmacologist: // Dr. K. I. Melville // Professor of Pharmacology // and Therapeutics, // McGill University. // ROCHE // A Roche Record Report"
Printed on back cover (a): Psychiatric // Consultations // no. 10 // Sleep and // its Disorders // The history of sleep reasearch, treat- // ment of insomnia, dream interpreta- // tion and the importance of caution in // the use of sedative-hypnotics are but a // few of the many aspects of sleep and // its disorders which are covered in this // most comprehesive recorded dis- // course. // The central theme developed by a well // qualified panel, including psychiatrists, // pharmacologist and family physician, // is the recognition and treatment of // common sleep disorders. // The family physician is often called // upon to attend to such sleep com- // plaints as insomnia, early morning // wakening, enuresis, somnambulism // and nightmares. // Often he will find that they are only // part of a larger syndrome which may // or may not require psychiatric atten- // tion.// Although the chemical comforts // afforded by sedative-hypnotics cannot // be expected to initiate remission of // underlying causes, these agents have // been useful in relieving unwelcome // symptoms associated with sleep dis- // orders. // Caution and comprehensive manage- // ment of the whole patient are stressed // by the discussants. // NOVA SCOTIA HOSPITAL // ROCHE // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // Montreal 378, Canada"
Printed on vinyl label Side A (b): "Sleep and // its Disorders // Psychiatric // Consultations // no. 10 // An informative colloquium // in which the Family Physician // discusses aspects of sleep and // some common sleep disorders // with a panel of specialists. // The Family Physician: C. A. Johnson, M.D. // The Psychiatrists: V. A. Kral, M.D. // F. H. Lowy, M.D. // The Pharmacologist: K. I. Melville, M.D. // 33 1/3 R.P.M. // (M-8522)"
Printed on vinyl label Side B (b): "Side B // Recorded and Presented // as a service to the // medical profession by // Hoffmann-La Roche Limited // Can. 4106 // 33 1/3 R.P.M. // (M-8523)"
Storage Room 2005
Unit Of Measure
Some slight staining, fraying, and discolouration of cardboard sleeve, some wrinkling of paper sleeve, some dust on vinyl.
University Health Network - Academy of Medicine Collection
Patient Care Artifacts
Electro-sleep apparatus; mahogany case with a lower drawer containing four connector cables, three electrode sets, and five headbands; missing two tubes of electrode jelly; inside lid has product label; operative platform supports an on/off switch, audio control, and output sockets and controls; a…
Electro-sleep apparatus; mahogany case with a lower drawer containing four connector cables, three electrode sets, and five headbands; missing two tubes of electrode jelly; inside lid has product label; operative platform supports an on/off switch, audio control, and output sockets and controls; attached electric cord and leather handle; product literature.
Number Of Parts
box - Size: Length 33.0 cm x Width 17.0 cm x Depth 18.0 cm
Acquired from the Academy of Medicine; source: Dr. Felix Tyndel; belonged to Dr. Milo Tyndel.
Printed on label on inside lid: "Made in England // ECTRON LTD. // 39, NORTOR RD. LETCHWORTH, HERTS // ALWAYS QUOTE FOLLOWING DETAILS. // MODEL SOMLEC "6" // SERIAL NO. 151 M"; operative platform labelled "SOMLEC/6"
Storage Room 0007
Headbands stained, metal parts corroded, electrodes severely corroded.
Materials in accession file: pamphlets, photocopies, newspaper items; CD #UHN
Machine bought in the late 1960s to investigate electrosleep therapy; Dr. Tyndel treated several patients at the same time with the audio component set almost at full; stopped using it ca. 1973 because of changes at the Toronto General Hospital and Addiction Research Foundation; "and my personal opinion--it was a placebo."