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Saturday, 25 July 2020

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Good question:

"The earliest confirmed experiments in intravenous injection were performed by Christopher Wren in 1656. Wren, curious if the effect of an intravenous injection would be as effective as oral administration, used a goose quill for the needle and an animal bladder for the syringe to administer opium to dogs.

The hollow metal needle was invented in 1844 by Irish physician Francis Rynd.

The first devices recognizable as hypodermic syringes were independently invented virtually simultaneously in 1853 by Scottish physician Alexander Wood and French surgeon Charles Gabriel Pravaz. These was first used to inject morphine as a painkiller."

https://www.mddionline.com/drug-delivery/hypodermic-syringes-greatest-medical-device-all-time

Thank you, Bob, yet again you prove you are an education!

Oh, you've done it now! Bill Gates, aka the Divine Ruler, will be regularly looking at his personal Sinclair ZX Spectrum so the nanobots you have innocently ingested into your system will tell him where you are, who you are talking to, and what you are saying. Very shortly, you will find it difficult to post anything critical of anything he disagrees with (which is subject to change, without notice, at any time).
I would normally write to you to warn you of this, but I'm not allowed near anything sharp!

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