Amputation saw, by Down Bros., London, 1900-1935
The steel material and design of this amputation saw are typical of 1900s design. The handle is shaped for comfortable use and improved grip. Amputation saws would have been used by surgeons trained in orthopaedics.
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blade: 220 mm
- amputation saw
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- surgical equipment
- surgical instrument
- surgical saw
- Intercare (Leicester)
- Permanent collection
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