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Application of plaster of Paris to patient suffering from cervical caries.

  • Gauvain, Henry, Sir, 1878-.
Date
[1915?]
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Description

The film shows Dr. Henry Gauvain, the first resident Medical Officer of the Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital, and a nurse "fitting out" a little girl in a harness suspension with all-over plaster of paris bandaging. The treatment is for a form of deformity caused by spinal tuberculosis.

Publication/Creation

[1915?]

Physical description

1 encoded moving image (06:35 mins.) : sound, black and white

Duration

00:06:35

Copyright note

Not known

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Some restrictions.
CC-BY-NC-ND
Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivs 2.0 UK: England & Wales

Language note

In English.

Creator/production credits

Lord Mayor Treloar Hospital, Alton, Hants.

Notes

Film copy given to Wellcome by the Wessex Film and Sound Archive in 1989. It was copied from the 35mm nitrate stock original. A 16mm reduction print was copied from the 35mm.The captions are very indistinct and difficult to read, except in very subdued light; they explain each stage of the operation.

Languages

  • English


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