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Surgery, Operative | Scotland |

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bangour General Hospital

Identifier: LHB40
Scope and Contents Patients (bound records) 1959-1988; patients (unbound records) 1939-1948; buildings 1953-1954
Dates: 1939-1988

Procedure drawings, named patient [1], 1939

Identifier: LHB1/61A/94/1/57
Scope and Contents Series of three illustrations demonstrating a procedure on the brain of a named patient and showing instruments used.
Dates: 1939

Procedure Pack Service, 1969

Identifier: GD57/2
Scope and Contents The Procedure Pack Service was a revolutionary and time-saving method of preparation and packaging of sterile dressings. Pre-packaged and radation-sterilised dressing packs were developed in conjunction with Johnson & Johnson and Smith & Nephew Southalls Ltd. and were introduced into the South-Eastern Regional Health Board in 1969. This series includes newspaper clippings about the packs, correspondence, instruction manuals, and news releases.
Dates: 1969

Registers of Operations, 1954-1965

Identifier: LHB21/2
Scope and Contents Registers listing names of patients undergoing surgical procedures, along with basic details of date and procedure.
Dates: 1954-1965

Registers of Operations, 1927-1948

Identifier: LHB18/3
Scope and Contents Registers recording operative procedures.
Dates: 1927-1948