Blundell J. Observations on transfusion of blood, with a description of his Gravitator, 1828-29.
Catalog Record: Blundell J. Observations on transfusion of blood, with a description of his Gravitator, 1828-29.
Title: Observations on transfusion of blood, with a description of his Gravitator / by Dr. Blundell.
Author: Blundell, James, 1790-1877.
WLM Call Number: WB 356 B624 1828-29 RB
Accession No.: RB7345
Publisher: [London : J. Onwhyn], 1828-1829.
Physical Descrip: 321-324 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
Subject: Blood Transfusion.
Type of Trace: Printed In
Title: Lancet, June 13, 1828-1829, vol. II, no. 302 : 321-324.
Abstract: Blundell describes problems with transfusions to animals of different species, and difficulty in performing direct human transfusions. He goes on to describe an invention for indirect transfusion using a funnel, syringe, and his “gravitator”.
General Notes: Digitized by Northern Micrographics March 10, 2010.
General Notes: “The instrument is manufactured by Messrs. Maw, 55, Aldermanbury.”
General Notes: In a clam shell with Lancet I, no. 276, 1828-1829, which contains a Blundell lecture at Guy’s Hospital.