Examples from the Web for scarificator
By 1780, illustrations in surgical works showed that the bottom of the scarificator was detachable.
One end of each coiled spring was attached to the scarificator casing and the other to one of the support rods.
Furthermore, the scarificator was so constructed that when the spring was released only internal parts moved.
Frequently a veterinary spring lancet or fleam is mistaken for a human lancet, or a scarificator for an instrument of venesection.
After each use, the scarificator was to be cleaned and greased by springing it through a piece of mutton fat.