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Spinal anaesthesia.

Date
[between 1940 and 1949.]
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Description

This is a clinical film demonstrating the siting and methodology of spinal anaesthesia on patients. A board model with tubing and coloured water is used to illustrate the transit of the anaesthesia

Publication/Creation

[Place of publication not identified], s.n.], [between 1940 and 1949.]

Physical description

1 Digibeta (7 mins): si., b&w.; PAL.
1 VHS (7 mins): si., b&w.; PAL.
1 DVD (7 mins): si., b&w.; PAL.

Notes

Conservation and access copies made from the film collection comprising of 55 items donated by Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics, Oxford, to the Wellcome Trust in 2008. In 1937, Lord Nuffield established a clinical chair of anaesthesia in Oxford amidst some controversy that anaesthesia was even an academic discipline. The collection is a mixture of clinical and educational films made or held by the department to supplement their teaching dating from the late 1930s onwards.

Creator/production credits

There are no opening or closing credits.

Copyright note

Wellcome Collection
Copyright previously held by Nuffield Department of Anaesthetics and transferred to Wellcome in 2008.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


Where to find it

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    4180S

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    4180V

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    4180D

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