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Davis & Geck, inc.


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Inguinal Hernia, 1942

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Raymond McNealy, MD diagrams the development of an inguinal hernia and surgical procedures on a chalkboard. Intertitle cards describe the processes and anatomy shown. Film glitches heavily, intertitle cards difficult to read, film ends abruptly.Passed by the Committee on Medical Motion Pictures of the American College of Surgeons.Film by Raymond W. McNealy, MD, FACS, Associate Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago. Presented through...
Dates: 1942

Tendon Injuries, 1953

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Warning: graphic surgical content, including close-up footage of hand and foot procedure, and surgery on a research dog.Step by step instruction on surgical tendon injury repair, tendon graft, and suture application, with live surgical examples on animals and humans. Human subject displays transverse wound across base of middle finger. Narrator gives detailed instructions throughout.Film by Michael L. Mason, MD, Professor of Surgery, Northwestern University Medical...
Dates: 1953

Treatment of Simple Head Injuries, 1954

 Item — Box 4
Scope and Contents Warning: contains graphic surgical content.Loyal Davis, MD, introduces and narrates this color, monaural sound film describing the details of the chronological steps which should be taken in the treatment of a simple head injury. Three cases are briefly presented for observation. The first case is an unconscious man, approximately mid-30’s, who has been in a serious accident and received lacerations on the face and scalp, as well as other injuries. The second case is an...
Dates: 1954