The following are excerpts of feedback we received about the website. Please
feel free to CONTACT us with your own feedback. All names
are kept anonymous unless stated otherwise.
enjoyed discovering your website recently. "Medical Antiques
Online" is certainly one of the most informative sites in
this new domain of antiques and collectibles, and I plan to include
a link to it in the Dittrick Museum site. I can't imagine any
more comprehensive online source on the history of the stethoscope,
and I especially like the period texts that you feature. As I
come across pertinent information, I'll pass it your way."
James M. Edmonson,
Dittrick Museum of Medical History
"Erik has quickly developed
a valuable resource site for the medical antiques collector and
dealer. I check it out regularly to see the latest additions."
Alex Peck, Antiques
"I was helping my 4th grader find some information on
the stethoscope and Rene Laennec, and found your site. The information
is just what we were searching for, and the photographs are wonderful!!
To actually see a picture
of this early stethoscope and
read his own words was more than we had hoped for!
Thank you very much!
K.Z. and her
OUTSTANDING NEW SITE DEVOTED TO THE STETHOSCOPE. EXCELLENT ARTICLES
AND CONCISE HISTORIES. AN ASSET TO THE WEB!"
and Expert in Surgical Sets
"Congratulations on a beautiful well organized extremely
educational and professional website. It's the best I've seen
Sid Malitz MD
, Lucid Antiques
"Great website, very interesting"
Ron and Joan
"I think this page is just great. I am a Nursing Instructor
and I have a great appreciation for Nursing Hx."
Medical Antiques Online has been selected
to be included in Maloney's Online Antique Resource and is listed
as an EXPERT in the field of medical antiques, as
well as an online reference.
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