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The Medieval Surgeon

Display of:

- One of the largest displays of  museum quality reproduction surgical instruments ranging from early to late medieval periods. Including instruments for bloodletting; drawing of teeth and killing the tooth worm; trepanning; cauterising; amputation; arrow removal  and much more.

-Live leeches

- Facsimilie Surgical Books

- Surgical  Charts (Zodiac Man; Wound Man and Phlebotomy Man )

-Jars of Surgeon's Medicines

- Examples of medieval battle wounds

 

The surgeon will explain how particular injuries were diagnosed and how operations were performed, including blood letting; cauterising;  the drawing of teeth and  treating the tooth-worm; amputation; trepanning  and  the treatment of  battlefield injuries and the use of anaesthetics.

 

(Can be adapted for specific centuries, for example: 12th, 13th, 14th or 15th Centuries)

 

The Tudor Surgeon or

Barber Surgeon

Display of:

-One of the largest displays of  museum quality reproduction Surgical Instruments from the Tudor period, including instruments for bloodletting; cauterising; drawing of teeth and killing the tooth worm; trepanning; cauterising; amputation; arrow and musket ball removal among many others.

-Shaving Instruments (Shaving bowl, combs, scissors, razors)

-Diagnostic  Instruments

-Facsimilie Surgical Books

--Surgical charts , (Zodiac Man, Wound Man and  Phlebotomy Man)

-Jars of Medicines

(including the same ointments as found on the Mary Rose)

-Leeches

- Examples of Battle wounds

 

The surgeon will explain how particular injuries were diagnosed and how operations were performed, including removing teeth and amputation, trepanning and  the treatment of  battlefield injuries and the use of anaesthetics. Many reproductions from the Mary Rose are featured.

 

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