Davidson syringe

Da·vid·son sy·ringe

(dā'vid-sŏn),
a rubber tube, armed with an appropriate nozzle, intersected with a compressible bulb, with valves so arranged that compression forces the fluid, into which one end of the tube is inserted, forward to the nozzle end.

Davidson,

Edward C., U.S. surgeon, 1894-1933.
Davidson bur
Davidson clamp
Davidson collector
Davidson forceps
Davidson muscle clamp
Davidson periosteal elevator
Davidson retractor
Davidson syringe - a rubber tube intersected with a compressible bulb designed to take up fluid.
Davidson trocar