Image from page 544 of “Illustrated catalogue of surgical instruments : and of allied lines” (1917)

Image from page 544 of “Illustrated catalogue of surgical instruments : and of allied lines” (1917)
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Image from page 544 of “Illustrated catalogue of surgical instruments : and of allied lines” (1917)

Image from page 544 of “Illustrated catalogue of surgical instruments : and of allied lines” (1917)
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Title: Illustrated catalogue of surgical instruments : and of allied lines
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Authors: Fred Haslam & Co
Subjects: Surgical instruments and apparatus Hospitals
Publisher: Brooklyn, N.Y. : The Co.
Contributing Library: Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library

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for three tubes 2.50 Price of complete outfit for 60 cycle alternating current $1,136.00 F-1226 1 Hogan Silent Roentgen Transformer, 5 K. W., 220 volt direct cur-rent, complete with lead-lined protective door with lead-glass window,16×24 inches, including switchboard, rheostat, ammeter in primary,circuit, high-tension milliammeter, three cord reels, rotary converter(full capacity) and starting rheostat $900.00 F-1228 Price of 5 K. W. direct current Transformer with complete equipment as enumerated above . .1.2S6.00 FOR AUTO-CONDENSATION WORK ADD: F-1250 1 Auto-Condensation Pad, new pattern, with glass di-electric $20.00 F-1252 1 Hot-Wire Milliammeter, 0-1500 M. A 25.00 F-1254 1 Simple X-Ray Table, convenient for holding auto-condensation pad…. 15.00 Price of complete set of accessories for auto-condensation $60.00 SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS 541 ELECTRICAL X-RAY APPARATUS MANUFACTURED BY McINTOSH BATTERY & OPTICAL CO. HOGAN SILENT ROENTGEN TRANSFORMER, 2 K. W. (Patented Jan. 30, 1917)

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luterrupterless, Motorless, Commutatorlessand Noiseless Herewith is presented the generalpractitioners ideal outfit suitable forradiographic diagnosis of any bonestructure of the body. Pictures of theextremities can be made in from one•«, to five seconds, while pictures of thehip can be produced in from ten tofifteen seconds. This machine is con-structed on the same principle as thelarger model Hogan Transformer andhas no rectifier, commutator or othermoving parts, hence it is good forpractically a life time of service with-out attention. A High Frequency Res-onator is built intothe cabinet but isnot a part of the Transformer, as thehigh frequency current is not used forX-Ray work. This Resonator affordsideal Tesla current for vacuum elec-trodes, dArsonval current for auto-condensation (up to 1,200 M. A.) orlocal application, diathermy and fi-guration and is automatically con-nected or disconnected with the Trans-former by means of a switch operatedby a knob on the switchboard, sim

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