Role of hospitals and sanatoria in the present-day set-up of control of tuberculosis
Jesudian, K.T. (1962) Role of hospitals and sanatoria in the present-day set-up of control of tuberculosis. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 9 (3). pp. 162-165.
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The types of tuberculous patients seen by the clinics and admitted to tuberculosis hospitals and sanatoria can be divided into three general groups according to type of treatment required: (i) a large proportion who can be treated at home under supervision of a clinic or local practitioners, (ii) a smaller proportion who need hospitalization, and (iii) some chronic open cases who excrete drug-resistant bacilli and, therefore, need isolation in ex-patient colonies, rehabilitation or works centres, or isolation homes.
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