For administering penicillin via intravenous drip. Manufactured by Willen Bros 44 New cavendish St London W1. Devised to inject penicillin solutions very slowly into a muscle just as fast as the solution is aborbed, at about 3/4 ml per hour. Made obsolete when slowly absorbed types of penicillin became available. Instrument bought by CSL in 1945. Used by Commonwealth Serum Laboratories (CSL) Limited, Parkville, Victoria

Physical Description

oblong plate, tray-like, stainless steel with small motor cl connected to winding mechanism,c, connected to glass tube cr. Length of white tube protrudes from glass. 2 "T" pipes inserted into tube along length.


Example of CSL penicillin equipment

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