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20th C (6)

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Equipment and Supplies (5)
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Waring Historical Library Artifact Collection

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Vaginal Wart Remover Template
Vaginal Wart Remover Template 0.125 x 3.75 x 3.5. Electrosurgery. Vaginal Wart Remover Template made of rubber with five holes of decreasing size. Template housed in original plastic bag with manufacturers label and marked (x 3938)"
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Pediatric Anal Stretchers
Pediatric Anal Stretchers 0.75 x 2.75 x 0.75." "One loose pediatric anal stretcher in a plastic bag marked.""Pediatric Sphincter Stretcher X2607 Heyer-Schulte Corporation. 5377 Overpass Road. Santa Barbara. CA 93105."(805-964-4741).
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Pump Chamber
Pump Chamber 1 x 4.5 x 1." Pump Chamber 2 cc made of latex and housed in original plastic bag with Heyer-Schulte sticker.
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Artificial Urethral Sphincter
Artificial Urethral Sphincter 1 x 5.25 x 5.25. loose sphincter:0.25 x 0.75 x 0.75. Urinary sphincter- artificial. Prostheses and Implants. Three examples of an artificial sphincter developed by the Medical University in a Lucite block. First implanted by Dr. F Derrick and later patented by NASA.
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Artificial Urethral Sphincter
Artificial Urethral Sphincter 0.25 x 3.5 x 0.75. "Urinary sphincter- artificial. Prostheses and Implants. One artificial sphincter example made of latex and loose in plastic bag marked "Artificial Urethral Sphincter Heyer-Schulte Corporation. 5377 Overpass Road. Santa Barbara CA. 93105. 805-964-4741. The artificial sphincter was developed by the Medical University and first implanted by Dr. F Derrick and later patented by NASA."
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Skin Button
Skin Button 0.0625 x 0.5 x 0.5." "Skin button made of latex and fabric housed in plastic bag marked "Skin Button 635. Heyer-Schulte Corporation. 5377 Overpass Road. Santa Barbara. CA 93105."(805-964-4741). Skin Buttons provided access to the body for tubes which led to and from the Thoracic Duct and made lymph dialysis possible." Ultimately they were used in lymphocyte depletion prior to transplant. (See assorted papers in T.S. Hargest's CV on lymphocyte drainage-skin buttons paper-#17." T.S. Hargest. CV)"