Children who need not have been blind: prevention, a public duty
New York Association for the Blind, Special Committee on Prevention of Blindness, 1909 - 39 pages
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500 midwives acting in co-operation adopted American Medical Association ampoules annual Blind from birth Blind from Ophthalmia blind persons BLIND PREVENTION Boards of Examiners Boards of Health boric acid born bright eyes British Medical Association cent certificates of birth child chosen prophylactic Commissioner of Health Committee on Ophthalmia County Medical Societies county societies Department of Health disease easily preventable extermination of Infant free distribution Health Department hospitals Infant Ophthalmia interests of humanity Italian legislation license lifelong darkness little boy medical profession mother mucus new-born infant nitrate of silver Nurses Obstetrical Obstetricians oculist Ophthalmia Neona Ophthalmologists Overbrook physicians and midwives pledge practice of midwifery preparation and distribution preventable blindness PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS prevention of Ophthalmia preventive measures prophylaxis pupils admitted registration save the sight small glass tubes solution of nitrate SPECIAL COMMITTEE statistics suppression of Infant Syria taken torum total blindness Tuberculosis whole number wiped York Association York City