Vascular Exerciser

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Object Name: 
Vascular Exerciser
Accession Number: 
71.7.1
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1935
Credit Line: 
Gift of the Taylor Instrument Company
Primary Description: 
Black metal; hand-assembled from machine-made parts. Rectangular metal unit on four wheels enclosing a motor; metal carrying handle on one end and hinge on opposite; aperture for plugs beneath handle labeled "110V-60AC"; metal label on one side printed: "PAVAEX/ PASSIVE VASCULAR EXERCISER/AS DEVELOPED IN THE /DEPT OF SURGERY, COLLEGE OF MEDECINE/UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI/SERIAL NO IGK007/ DIRECT ALL QUESTIONS WITH FULL DETAILS TO/CINCINNATI SCIENTIFIC COMPANY/SOLE LICENSED DISTRIBUTER/CINCINNATI OHIO/MANUFACTURED BY/Taylor Instrument Companies/Rochester, New York/PATENTS PENDING/REMOVE CASE TWICE YEARLY/AND FOLLOR INSTRUCTIONS /INSIDE PLATE." Above the label are three dials to regulate positive and negative frequency and a toggle switch.
Provenance: 
Taylor Instrument Company, Former Collection
1971-05-12