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2018/17/1-23 Medicine box with information sheet, part of doctors case, 'Stematil', cardboard / paper, by May & Baker Ltd, Victoria, Australia, used by Dr Bruce C Terrey, Beecroft, New South Wales, Australia, 1967. Click to enlarge.

Empty 'Stemetil' medicine box with information sheet

Made
Empty 'Stemetil' box with information sheet. 'Stemetil' is a branded name for prochlorperazine, a dopamine receptor antagonist which helps to correct chemical imbalances in the brain, and is used as an antipsychotic to treat nausea and vertigo.

Summary

Object No.

2018/17/1-23

Object Statement

Medicine box with information sheet, part of doctors case, 'Stematil', cardboard / paper, by May & Baker Ltd, Victoria, Australia, used by Dr Bruce C Terrey, Beecroft, New South Wales, Australia, 1967

Physical Description

Empty 'Stemetil' box with information sheet. 'Stemetil' is a branded name for prochlorperazine, a dopamine receptor antagonist which helps to correct chemical imbalances in the brain, and is used as an antipsychotic to treat nausea and vertigo.

Marks

The front of the box features the text "CAUTION S4" and product information.

Dimensions

Height

17 mm

Width

82 mm

Depth

41 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Empty 'Stemetil' medicine box with information sheet 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 September 2022, <https://ma.as/565995>

Wikipedia

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