Southey's silver trocar set
Drainage, Surgical--Equipment and supplies
Surgical instruments and apparatus
Reginald Southey was an English physician and the fifth son of the original inventor, Dr. Henry Herbert Southey
Used to drain fluid from the body after surgery
Contains the needle, tool, a cap for the needle and four silver, perforated cannulae. Inserted in the body for drainage purposes.
Southey, Henry Herbert, 1783-1865
Southey, Reginald, 1835-1899
Health Sciences Library
State University of New York at Buffalo
Phisick Medical Antiques
Contact the History of Medicine Collection, http://ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries/units/hsl/history/
Needles: 4-5.5 cm.
Cap: 4.75 cm.
Fluid Draining Instrument
Southey, Henry Herbert, 1783-1865 and Southey, Reginald, 1835-1899, “Southey's silver trocar set,” Digital Collections - University at Buffalo Libraries, accessed January 17, 2018, https://ubdigit.buffalo.edu/items/show/16883.