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Chloral (anesthetic): Old mouth blown glass bottle

Condition: Used

Chloral's old bottle - Mouth blown glass, there is the trace of the cane under the bottle.

Chloral is sedative in low doses and hypnotic in high doses. Chloral hydrate also has analgesic properties.

Anesthesia began to develop in the 19th century when the first intravenous chloral anesthesia was performed in 1872.

Intravenous chloral anesthesia will gradually replace chloroform or ether inhalation anesthesia that began in 1847.

From their discovery in 1904 barbiturates replaced chloral in the practice of intravenous anesthesia.

H:17cm with cap Diameter at the base:6cm

25,00 €

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