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Page 9 - Test Types with either eye? 3. Do the eyes and head habitually grow weary and painful after study? 4. Does the pupil appear to be "cross-eyed"? 5. Does the pupil complain of earache in either ear? 6. Does matter (pus) or a foul odor proceed from either ear?
Page 9 - XX (20) should be seen at twenty feet; therefore place the pupil twenty feet from the card. Each eye should be examined separately. Hold a card over one eye while the other is being examined. Do not press upon the covered eye, as the pressure might induce an incorrect examination.
Page 12 - Treasury (1) to study and investigate the cause, treatment, and prevention of venereal diseases; (2) to cooperate with State boards or departments of health for the prevention and control of such diseases within the States; and (3) to control and prevent the spread of these diseases in interstate traffic...
Page 12 - State boards of departments of health for the prevention and control of such diseases within the States ; and (3) to control and prevent the spread of these diseases in interstate traffic: Provided, That nothing in this chapter shall be construed as limiting the functions and activities of other departments or bureaus in the prevention, control, and treatment of venereal diseases and in the expenditure of moneys therefor.
Page 9 - cross-eyed " ? 5. Does the pupil complain of ear-ache in either ear? 6. Does matter (pus) or a foul odor proceed from either ear? 7. Does the pupil fail to hear an ordinary voice at twenty feet in a quiet room?
Page 12 - Service detailed by the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service, which officer while thus serving shall be an assistant surgeon general of the Public Health Service, subject to the provisions of law applicable to assistant surgeons general in charge of administrative divisions in the District of Columbia of the Bureau of the Public Health Service.
Page 10 - They simply warn the parent that a probable disease exists, thus placing the responsibility upon the parent. Nevertheless, if parents neglect the warning thus conveyed, the teacher should, from time to time, endeavor to convince such parents of the advisability of medical counsel. Teachers are urged to impress upon pupils and parents the necessity for consulting reputable physicians. These tests should be made annually at the beginning of the fall term, and should include all children above the first...
Page 15 - ... becoming a menace to others, the establishment of free clinics for the treatment of venereal diseases, and the elimination of conditions favorable to the spread of venereal infections.
Page 9 - Examination of School Children's Eyes and Ears, etc. (After the Method Proposed by Dr. Frank Allport, of Chicago, 111.) For Use of Principals, Teachers, etc. Do not expose the card except when in use, as familiarity with its face leads children to learn the letters "by heart.