Anesthesia Machine

Anesthesia Machine

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Description
Jay Heidbrink (1875-1957) was a Minneapolis dentist with several patents pertaining to dentistry and anesthesiology. This anesthesia machine, s/n 4146, was based on his patent of May 14, 1918, and manufactured by the Heidbrink Co. of Minneapolis.
Ref: Jay A, Heidbrink, “Apparatus for Delivering a Mixture of Gases,” U.S. Patent 1,265,910 (May 14, 1918).
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
anesthesia apparatus, gas oxygen
anesthesia machine
maker
Heidbrink Company
Measurements
overall: 34 in x 17 1/2 in x 17 1/2 in; 86.36 cm x 44.45 cm x 44.45 cm
ID Number
MG.M-07092
catalog number
M-07092
accession number
218892
Credit Line
W. Harry Archer, D.D.S.
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