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Palmer injector with syringe.

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A 'Palmer Injector'. A stainless steel injection device used for subcutaneous injections, with a 2ml syringe. Invented by Charles Palmer in the 1950s, and possibly manufactured in Paisley, Scotland. A syringe is placed inside, and is rapidly injected using the device.    

Issued: 2022-06-23

Created: 2022-06-23

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