Monday, March 25

Images of life at sea

A small incision knife and the larger Catlin above, with a double and single retractor below. On the left is a small bowl I use for bleeding, and on the right, a cupping glass also used in the Art of Phlebotomy.

Took the instruments out and gave them their regular cleaning with the vinegar from my supply. The vinegar assists in keeping corrosion in the metal at bay and serves to prolong the life of the instruments themselves.
My poor old Pigskin Leather apron.
You can clearly see the regular spot where I wipe my hand at the lower right.

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