2 edition of A manual of instruction for attendants on sick and wounded in war found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Staff Assistant-Surgeon A. Moffitt|
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: K. The Hospital Steward's Manual: For the Instruction of Hospital Stewards, Ward-masters, and Attendants, in Their Several Duties, Prepared in Strict Accordance with Existing Regulations and the Customs of Service in the Armies of the United States of America, and Rendered Authoritative by Order of the Surgeon-general5/5(1).
Author(s): Moffitt,Andrew,d. Title(s): A manual of instruction for attendants on sick and wounded in war. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London.
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Britain was at war with Russia (the Crimean War ) and the conditions in the hospitals were very bad. Hundreds of soldiers were injured in the fighting. In those days, hospitals were very basic and the soldiers were not given good food and medicine to help them get better. When Florence Nightingale got to the hospital, she saw that woundedFile Size: KB.
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You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. More than a thousand cases were cared for in and out of the little hospital.
The sisters cared for the sick and buried the dead as well. The first superioress of the group died of the disease in the line of duty.
Inafter the Civil War, a group of sisters from the order left Galveston to journey to San Antonio to establish a hospital. In Mr. Huddlestone was appointed school master in New York City. He taught 40 poor children out of the societies funds, and publicly catechised in the steeple of Trinity Church every Sunday in the afternoon, "not only his own scholars, but also the children, servants, and slaves of the inhabitants, and above persons usually.
order" of the Major-General Commanding, if authorized to do so. He should make himself acquainted with the sanitary conditions affecting the troops, the efficiency of the field hospitals and of the ambulance companies, and should call for weekly reports of sick and wounded and of the personnel and means of transportation of the hospital corps.
The Company of Instruction of the Hospital Corps is quartered in temporary wooden pavilions in bad repair, which were built during the war with Spain and are now worthless for any purpose. I repeat most earnestly my previous recommendation that a general hospital of sufficient size and perfect in every respect be built in the District of.
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Subsidiary Notes as to the Introduction of Female Nursing into Military Hospitals in Peace and in War. It is, perhaps, advisable first to speak of some of those difficulties met with in the War Hospitals of the East, in order that such may be prevented for others who may in future be Superintendents-General of Nurses in Military Hospitals.
The sick and the wounded were evacuated to general hospitals so that empty beds could be made available in field installations when a new rush of wounded was expected. Buildings adapted for use as general hospitals were usually considered unsatisfactory because of the inadequate plumbing, the bad ventilation, and the "crowd poisoning" and.
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To take a group of 38 nurses to the Crimea. (At the same time, he had written a letter proposing that she assume direction of all nursing operations at the war front. Their letters crossed in the mail.) Her tireless efforts in the Crimea resulted in greatly reduced mortality rates among the sick and wounded.
It was not till that a French treatise, entitled the Science of War and Fortication, was translated by Major O’Connor, and for several years used as a text-book. It will be seen that the class which, in, andcommenced the new culture and discipline of.
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Another medical officer at the hospital in was Brev. Maj. and Asst. Surg. William Henry Forwood, who signed the report of sick and wounded for the Seventh cavalry in November,and reported 12 cases of cholera during, the past sixty days.
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