South Australian Medical Heritage Society
Society Website & Virtual Museum

Iron lung - polio epidemic

Headache powders which damaged kidneys


Kidney biopsy

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Upcoming Meetings:

March 25th, 2021

The next meeting of the SAMHS will be held on Thursday, 25th of March at the Royal Society Rooms, Kintore Ave, Adelaide at 5:30 pm.

Having heard a recent speaker who has reached a considerable age, from our upcoming speaker, Ross Haslam, we may learn more about the influence of what happened when very young on later life.

Due to the pandemic, there will be a limit of 40 people. If you wish to attend, please contact the Secretary (Joy) to be to reserve a place.

Associate Professor Ross Haslam - "Neonatology - Lessons Learned from Conception to Adult Life"

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nurses rah 1939
RAH nurses 1939

Amoeba causing meningitis

old obstetric stethoscope
Old obstetric stethoscope

Bragg hand x-ray 1896

RA Fisher,
statistics pioneer. His ashes are buried at St Peter's Cathedral, North Adelaide

Mask &
bottle for anaesthesia in tonsilectomy