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Image from page 61 of "The Physician and pharmaceutist" (1868)

Identifier: physicianpharmac13newy

Title: The Physician and pharmaceutist

Year: 1868 (1860s)


Subjects: Medicine Medicine

Publisher: New York : [Reed, Carnrick & Andrus]

Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine

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BREAST PUMP. EXHAUSTING BXTLB. CtJPPING OTJP. nieir simplicity cf constniction is sucli that they need no second person to apply them, and as none but the mother who needs the use of the Breast Pump can so tell the amount of pressorethat can be borne, it is essentially necessary to be personally ^le to use it. i. -lu Their effectiveness is such that no siiniUr instrument has yet been made to do their work so perfectly, and (in the Breast Pump) so near an approach to nature, with same amount of «ase andcom fort, especially with the additional Inipiovinuent, patented June 9th, 1868, wherein, by the adaptation of a Rubber Breast Shield, the nipple ia entirely reUeved from pressure; thus, on evensore and tender nipples they can be used withotic occasioning pain. tv v There is no heavy exhaustinp; .apparatus to tire the patient in its support, to become useless the first time accidentally wetted—nor Rubbor Tube, which by lying away for a few months, becomeshard and break, just as it is



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