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Home care of tuberculosis: the role of the public health nurse

Alternate Title(s):
Role of the public health nurse in the home care of tuberculosis
Contributor(s):
Eshleman, Fannie W.
National Tuberculosis Association.
Pathescope Company of America.
Ideal Pictures Corporation (Chicago, Ill.)
Publication:
[New York, NY] : The Association, c1943
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Home Care Services
Public Health Nursing
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary -- nursing
Abstract:
With a typical family and a typical case of tuberculosis, this film emphasizes the role played by the hospital-trained nurse in the care and recovery of the patient. By explanation, demonstration, and participation, it stresses the importance of cleanliness, bed rest, separation from others, and medical direction; also proper nutrition, disposal of contaminated articles, morale, preventing the spread of tubercle bacilli, occupational therapy, and gaining the understanding and cooperation of both the patient and his family.
Rights:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain.
Extent:
016 min.
Color:
Black and white
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
Fannie Eshleman.
Provenance:
Received: Apr. 25, 1955 as a donation from the National Tuberculosis Association.
Technique:
Live action
NLM Unique ID:
8700228A (See catalog record)
Alternate Title(s):
Role of the public health nurse in the home care of tuberculosis
Contributor(s):
Eshleman, Fannie W.
National Tuberculosis Association.
Pathescope Company of America.
Ideal Pictures Corporation (Chicago, Ill.)
Publication:
[New York, NY] : The Association, c1943
Language(s):
English
Format:
Moving image
Subject(s):
Home Care Services
Public Health Nursing
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary -- nursing
Abstract:
With a typical family and a typical case of tuberculosis, this film emphasizes the role played by the hospital-trained nurse in the care and recovery of the patient. By explanation, demonstration, and participation, it stresses the importance of cleanliness, bed rest, separation from others, and medical direction; also proper nutrition, disposal of contaminated articles, morale, preventing the spread of tubercle bacilli, occupational therapy, and gaining the understanding and cooperation of both the patient and his family.
Rights:
The National Library of Medicine believes this item to be in the public domain.
Extent:
016 min.
Color:
Black and white
Sound:
Sound
Credits:
Fannie Eshleman.
Provenance:
Received: Apr. 25, 1955 as a donation from the National Tuberculosis Association.
Technique:
Live action
NLM Unique ID:
8700228A (See catalog record)