Annual Report

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Page 9 - Transfers from other institutions for the insane... Total admitted during the year Total under treatment during the year Discharged during the year: As recovered As much improved* As improved* As unimproved* As not insane: Inebriates Drug habitues Others not insane Died Transferred to other institutions for the insane . . Total discharged during the year Total remaining on books June 30...
Page 54 - Montgomery . Nassau New York . . Niagara Oneida Onondaga . . . Ontario Orange Orleans Oswego Otsego Putnam Queens Rensselaer . . . Richmond . . . Rockland St.
Page 12 - Traumatic Senile With cerebral arteriosclerosis General paralysis With cerebral syphilis With Huntington's chorea With brain tumor With other brain or nervous diseases Alcoholic Due to drugs and other exogenous toxins. With...
Page 5 - Master Mechanic REPORT OF THE BOARD OF VISITORS To the Department of Mental Hygiene: Dear Commissioner: The Board of Visitors of the Central Islip State Hospital submits the following report of the medical superintendent for the year ending June 30, 1933, covering the activities and recommendations made with our approval.
Page 17 - Schick test is performed upon all admissions, and those found not to be immunized are given toxinantitoxin to produce active immunization. Our results have been excellent, and we feel, as we did last year, that the possibility of diphtheria again developing in this hospital is now reduced to a minimum. ACCIDENTS, ELOPEMENTS, ETC. During the fiscal year we were comparatively free from serious accidents, notwithstanding the serious overcrowding in the hospital and frequent changes in the personnel.
Page 3 - NY Mrs. Arthur FJ Remy .... 19 West 95th street, New York city Mrs. Wilson R. Smith 250 Hancock street, Brooklyn...
Page 43 - ... extinguishers and fire hose, to give alarms and drill them with the patients in clearing the wards. He does this daily, taking the apparatus to different parts of the institution for practice, so that the patients become familiar with the sound and sight of the fire apparatus without excitement. In addition to the Gamewell system we also have a siren whistle which can be blown when outside help is required. In order to test the alertness of the fire department, from time to time I send in a still...
Page 42 - There is no part of the administration of a hospital for the insane that requires more careful consideration than the matter of fire protection. The question of having water and plenty of it close at hand and without delay is the principle of the equipment. As required by law, each ward is equipped with fire extinguishers, not less than six to a floor, and stand-pipes with sufficient hose attached to reach any part of the ward. These fire extinguishers are placed in different parts of the wards,...
Page 43 - Weekly inspection of every pavilion in the hospital, from cellar to garret, is made by the physician, and reports of the same placed on file in the office. The matter of fire protection which I have just presented, is considered one of the routine workings of the institution, and when the fire signal is given, it is not a cause for alarm, but the signal for activity in one of the principal branches of the administration.
Page 9 - Admitted during the year: First admissions Readmissions Transfers from other institutions for the insane Total admitted during...

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