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20.258

Glass bottle of autogenous staphylococcus vaccine, part contents, in card box

Production date
1960
Production organisations
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary
Labels
This was prescribed for a patient in Huddersfield. Staphylococcus bacteria are present on our skin all of the time but sometimes cause infections such as impetigo, boils and, more seriously, toxic shock syndrome.

Part 20.258.1

Classification:
1401: Lancets and scarification
Object Name:
box
Location:
In Storage
Description
Brown rectangle card box for glass bottle of autogenous staphylococcus vaccine, with cotton wool padding
Inscription
V[ACCINE] FOR MRs. CROSSLEY
From Huddersfield Royal Infirmary / Pathological Department / Fragile - with care. / To:- / Doctor G. Burns / 40, New North Road / Huddersfield
Production date
1960
Production place
huddersfield
Production organisations
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Part 20.258.2

Classification:
1401: Lancets and scarification
Object Name:
bottle
Location:
On Display
Description
Glass bottle with plastic screw lid of autogenous staphylococcus vaccine with part contents and white paper label with typed black lettering
Inscription
Mrs Edna Crossley Shake Bottle Well / To / Patient of Dr. G. Burns / Autogenous vaccine / 200 million per c.c. Staphylococci. / Dosage:- 0.1 c.c. as the first dose, / preferably by the intradermal route, / repeating at weekly intervals and increasing by 0.1 each time as / To open - rip with thumbnail / tolerated to a maxium not eceeding / 0.5 c.c. in all ten to twelve / injections should be given / George T. Gurr LTD. London. S.W.6
Production date
1960
Production place
huddersfield
Production organisations
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary