Name/TitleEquipment: Electrotherapeutic Induction Coil
About this objectAn electrotherapeutic induction coil device manufactured by Medical Supply Association Ltd.
This device also known as a faradic Faradic battery/stimulator was used in the therapeutic treatment of various ailments. It worked by creating a mild electronic shock.
It is housed in a box, with hinged lid and small compartment beneath that housed a battery. In the lid is an rubber lined rod, that can be inserted into the side of the device. The main control panel has the induction coil, a pull on/off button, two labels marked 'patient' and a dial with four gradients. There is also a label for the supplier, Stanford X-Ray Co Pty Ltd.
MakerThe Medical Supply Assocciation
Date MadeCa 1940
Place MadeLondon, England
Medium and MaterialsWood, metal, plastic
MeasurementsL 25cm x W 21cm x D 19 cm
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