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August 10, 1912

A NEW SIMPLE APPARATUS FOR THE INTRAVENOUS ADMINISTRATION OF SALVARSAN WITH SALINE SOLUTION PRECEDING AND FOLLOWING

JAMA. 1912;LIX(6):440. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270080122013

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Abstract

My apparatus consists of a small glass funnel 2% inches in its widest diameter and 2½ inches long, having just enough stem to attach snugly the longest tubing, which is of dark, very flexible rubber, with a lumen of 3/16-inch and 36 inches long, which is united with another piece of the same kind, 6 inches long, by a section of glass tubing of the same caliber, 2 inches long, with a bayonet needle on the end of this. This may all be encompassed in a sterile glass jar 2% inches in diameter and 3 inches in height, as shown in illustration, by coiling the tubing snugly around inside and placing inside this the short section of glass tubing and needle and last the funnel, conical end down, and replacing the glass lid which is supplied with a rubber washer, as are fruit jars, making it air-tight, and fastening it

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