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erection of a consumptive sanatorium for the people
|Other titles||Zeitschrift für Krankenpfledge.|
|Statement||by Dr. Nahm,Superintending Physician at Ruppertshain ; Translated and published with an introduction by William Calwell.|
|Contributions||Calwell, William., Alexander Mayne & Boyd (Belfast),|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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Author(s): Nahm,Nikolaus; Calwell,William Title(s): The erection of a consumptive sanatorium for the and published with an introduction by William Calwell.
Country of Publication: Northern Ireland Publisher: Belfast, Mayne & Boyd, "Consumption" shows the native Inuit of the Canadian Arctic as new people, culture, industry, and diseases invade them from the South.
The book centers around the three generations in Victoria's family in Rankin Inlet. Victoria is diagnosed with consumption (tuberculosis) when she is ten years old, and is sent away to a sanitarium in Manitoba/5.
after considerable difficulty, authority to build a sanatorium for his good work at Goerbersdorf. InDr. Dettweiler, his pupil, with the help of a few of Frankfort's wealthy citizens, opened the celebrated institution for the treatment of consumption for the wealthier classes, at.
the erection of a sanatorium for the people and a consider-able sum has already been collected. At Wovara and Pisa meetings have been held in furtherance of projects for the erection of sanatoria.
The question has also been debated at Salerno, the nameof whichis so famous in the annals of medicine. NEW SOUTH WALES. At the commission on. In 19oo the first steps were taken at Szeged and Nagyv~rad to found sanatoria for the people.
In 19Ol the B6k6s County Council, on the proposal of the Sheriff, George Luk~.cs, voted a separate tax for the erection of a sanatorium for consumptive patients--i.e., per cent. of the State : D.O. Kuthy. The Royal College of Surgeons of England. Addeddate Bookplateleaf External-identifier.
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With the dwindling number of patients in the s the Sanatorium was renamed the Heatherton Hospital and by the early s it was no longer required for its original purpose. It was recorded that "a sanatorium for the treatment of consumptive cases is sorely needed in Dundee". 24 January Meeting reported that "Lord Airlie had offered the committee a free gift of a site at Auchterhouse measuring fully 21 acres and in every way suitable for the erection of a sanatorium".
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The title is an ironic reference to the central character of the novel, Prince (Knyaz) Lev Nikolaevich Myshkin, a young man whose goodness and open-hearted. BUILDINGS AND WORKS. PROGRESS OF THE TRADE. MUNIFICENT GIFTS FOR HOSPITALS. THE R. HALL SANATORIUM.
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: - ) Tuesday 25 February p 10 Article Abstract: The late Mr. Hall bequeathed a large sum of money for the erection of a sanatorium at Hazelbrook to be used by persons in reduced circumstances. People still read Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain (), which was set in the real-life sanatorium in Davos, Switzerland, but less to learn about tuberculosis and more to understand the “Sanatorium Movement.” The modern tuberculosis era began around with antituberculosis chemotherapy, but more die of the disease today than in the.
A Sanatorium for Consumptive Prisoners is also just completed at Rutland, and the Danvers Insane Asylum has separate collages. To this list may be added the Mattapan Day Sanatorium, maintained during the warm months by the Boston Association for the Relief and Control of Tuberculosis, and the Day Sanatorium of the Lowell General Hospital.
A more substantial Gothic style sanatorium replaced the original building in and increased the patient capacity from to (according to the site’s history page). InWaverly Hills closed as a sanatorium and reopened a year later as a geriatric facility called WoodHaven Medical Services.
WoodHaven occupied the space until At the first semi-annual meeting of the Arkansas Tuberculosis Association in Little Rock on Januthe Association deliberated on a “Bill for an Act to provide for the location, erection, organization, management and maintenance of a State Sanatorium for the treatment of tuberculosis in the State of Arkansas ” The bill had been prepared by Senator Kie Oldham at the urging of.
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The first tuberculosis sanatorium for blacks in the segregated South was the Piedmont Sanatorium in Burkeville, Virginia.
Waverly Hills Sanatorium, a Louisville, Kentucky, tuberculosis sanatorium, was founded in It has become a mecca for curiosity seekers who believe it is haunted. PEOPLE; Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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Part of the ground should be used for the erection of dwellings for the consumptive colonists and the rest cultivated.
While a large, handsome hospital building with all modern improvements looks imposing, it in entirely too expensive for the purpose. The sanatorium, as Knopf has pointed out, is of incalculable benefit to the whole community for the social lessons it inculcates in hygiene and orderly living, in sobriety, cleanliness, and self-restraint.
[quot] it cures tne consumptive whenever ms case is curacie and demonstrates the curability of the disease independently of climate.PALMERSTON SANATORIUM THE OPENING CEREMONY.
The Sanatorium for Consumptives at Pleasant Talloy, two miles soutli of Palmerston, was opened on Saturday by Mr J. H. Walker, chairman of tho Hospital and Charitable Aid Board.in the presence of about people.
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