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Karl Landsteiner’s Syringe
Syringe doctor

Origin

Karl Landsteiner

Type

Syringe

Effects

Instant blood transfusion

Downsides

Blood cell decay if used between people with different blood types, rapid anemia

Activation

Tapping on two people’s arms

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Telesphorus-474U

Aisle

173875-29023-5695

Shelf

255892-6843-627

Date of Collection

February 21, 1952

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OriginEdit

Karl Landsteiner was a biologist and physician who identified the main blood types through the kinds of coagulants in different bloods and how to safely perform a blood transfusion.

EffectsEdit

Allows for instantaneous blood transfusion when tapped on the arms, clearing the bloodstream of foreign agents and blockages. Will cause the blood cells to slowly degrade if used on people with differing blood types. The iron in red blood cells starts to decay and rust, leaking out any oxygen they were carrying. This cause an early release of oxygen, cutting off circulation and motor control to the digits, limbs, lungs, heart and brain. This can cause shortness in breath and rapid loss of consciousness.

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