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A large syringe about to inject into a row of arms with a personification of the HIV virus bearing a red bandana and the pronged fork of the devil lurks nearby; a warning about the dangers of sharing needles by the AIDS Unit Department of Health, Government of Hong Kong. Colour lithograph, ca. 1995.
Fourteen illustrated precautions to be taken when handling blood or fluids contaminated with blood, in order to avoid transmitting HIV, hepatitis B and other related infections; an advertisement for AIDS prevention by the Eusko Jaurlaritza Gobierno Vasco. Colour lithograph, ca. 1996.
A description of Read's patent syringe, or, Stomach pump, and lavement apparatus : with directions for its employment in the following operations, viz.: extracting poison from the stomach : administering clysters : introducing tobacco fumes into the bowels : transfusion of blood & venous injections : drawing off the urine : injecting the bladder : female injections : administraiton of food and medicine : drawing the breasts : injecting the wounds inflicted by rabid animals, thereby preventing hydrophobia, &c. &c. : containing also testimonials of its superior utility, and a tabular view of poisons and antidotes, from professional authority
- Read, John, 1760-1847.