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The Duplex Oxygenator

One of the most popular imitations of the Oxydonor of Dr. Sanche, the Oxygenator was marketed from 1906 til 1911, when the name was changed to Oxypathor. E.L. Moses, of Buffalo, the head of the Oxypathor company was finally successfully prosecuted in 1914. Marked “Duplex Oxygenator, Cures Disease by Oxygen, the Oxygenator Co., Buffalo, NY” and serial number 11367. Complete with original bare braided wires and 2 electrodes with straps (for wrist and ankle), marked "patent pending".

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