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Doctor's home visit case with pharmaceuticals and prescription books

1967-1970
The case is a black leatherette covered case with a single handle and two latches. Open, the case features four drawers - two large and two smaller. These pull out to reveal the medicines, documents and medical equipment.

The medicines are:

Largactil
Coramine
Lasix
Gynergen
Doriden
Pethadine
Morphine
Stematil
Sparine
Heparin
Phenobarbitone
Mersalyl
Torecan
Alupent
Adrenalin
Bronkephrine
Cilicaine
Butesol
Banistyl
Solu-Cortef
Cicatrin

There are three glass syringes and hypodermic needles.

The documents included are:

Two prescription books, two books of medical service vouchers, and two books of domicilary claim vouchers.

There is a bandage and bandage tape, a urine test kit, disposable syringe and a reflex hammer.
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