Collison inhaler, for administration of measured quantities of drugs to the lungs

Made:
1934-1940 in London

Collison inhaler, for adminisration of measured quantities of drugs to the lungs using bottled air or oxygen, comprises: valve assembly, tubing, facemask, two vials, 4 bottles of Amprengene, Comphugene and oil of cajuput, benalyn and adrenalin, and spanner, by the Inhalation Institute, 87 Eccleston Square, London, England, 1934-1940.

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