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Purse with scenes from the story of Patient Griselda

Patient from BL Harley 4379, f. 125v

Galen visiting a patient from BL Harley 3803, f. 1v

Doctor visiting a patient from BL Harley 3804, f. 1

Example of the advantage of patient perseverance over hasty violence: Quintus Sertorius orders two men to pull the hair from a horse's tail

Doctor examining female patient from BL Harley 3805, f. 333

Doctor examining a patient from BL Harley 3805, f. 121v

Doctor examining a patient from BL Harley 3808, f. 202

The doctor and his patient [cont.]; The bird catcher and the viper.

The tuna and the dolphin [cont.]; The doctor and his patient.

Patient and physicians from BL Royal 15 E II, f. 77v

Patient and physicians from BL Royal 15 E II, f. 77v

[Patient, Surrey County Lunatic Asylum]

Patient, Surrey County Lunatic Asylum

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing Trinity with Holy Spirit shining on modern hospital patient with nurse and visitor, all held by hand of God, with Cross background]

Patient in a hot head pillow.

Patient in a hot head pillow.

[Acupuncturist with patient]

[Medical practitioner with patient]

Another patient for Pasteur / F. Opper.

A Patient, Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital

Visiting a patient, Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital

[Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital, visiting a patient]

Taking a patient's pulse, Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital

Pears'_Soap from "The Stories of the Broadmoor Patient; and the Poor Clerk ... Illustrated by A. Morrow"

A very sick patient - he pays well, but the senaotrial quacks can't save him / F.M. Hutchins.

Patient waiters are no losers / Dalrymple.

Patient waiters are no losers / Dalrymple.

Patient toil, Moki pueblos, Arizona

Doctor and Patient

Dr. Secord, missionary doctor to Indians, with patient on table

Patient on stretcher on army "Hospital Ship"

Good for the Doctor, but May Prove Disastrous to the Patient

The patient

Yebichai, patient in sweat bath

[Japanese doctors operating on a patient's wound]

[The Patient]

[Japanese nurses attending to a patient in an operating room]

[Japanese doctors operating on a patient's arm]

[Nurse caring for elderly patient]

The patient on the 'sand-painting'

1st patient, Dog Hospital, N.Y. City

[Nurse and patient]

Patient at "Sea Breeze Jr."

Nurse & patient "Sea Breeze Jr."

Inne på sykehuset i Vardø. Tre pasienter ligger i sengene. Tre menn sitter på krakker. Tre diakonisser (sykepleiere) står ved sengene. Det henger en lampe i taket og religiøse bilder på veggene. Også et termometer på veggen

(For Child Welfare Exhibit 1912-13.) A patient. A sick worker receiving First Aid, in room set apart for hospital use and library, Brym & Marsh, Pawtucket, R.I Ma[nu]f[acture]rs of electric bulbs. Nov 26, 12. Location: Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Taking a plaster cast of a patient maimed leg. It is very important that artificial limbs should be an excellent fit. Roehampton, England

Measuring a patient for a new leg

Patient on tent cot

American Red Cross - Refugees - American Red Cross nurse treating a little refugee patient at St. Lunaire where a home is maintained by the A.R.C. for 500 children

American Red Cross - Recreation and Sports - American Red Cross recreation worker offering a patient at American Red Cross Hospital No. 5, at Auteuil, some gum

American Red Cross - Entertainments - Recreation in the U.S. Psychiatric patient singing

Airplanes - Ambulance - An aero ambulance. Loading patient into aero plane ambulance

Airplanes - Ambulance - Aeroplane Ambulance. Loading patient into plane

American Red Cross - Christmas Activities - A line of American soldiers in wheel chairs. The men who could not walk were brought to the Christmas tree in all sorts of wagons. Santa Claus is Lt. Ira Hodos of Berkeley, California, also a patient in the hospital. The scene is on the lawn of the big American Base Hospital at Dartford near London

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - Women's Motor Service, Jersey City Chapter, American Red Cross, carrying patient. International Film Service

Colleges and Universities - Colorado Agricultural College - S.A.T.C. Colorado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colorado. Pneumonia patient at the barracks hospital

American Red Cross - Canteens - A.R.C. Canteen Hospital, St. Denis, France. "Squint" patient in hospital at St. Denis, became tired of playing around so he volunteered to help cook. When he saw the Red Cross lady overburded so he turned in and became her right hand man. He is also something of a poet

St. Andrews Lift #5. To lower with free hand, carrier engages patients left leg, pulling both across body as he kneels on left knee, sitting patient on ground

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work (workrooms and classes) - Women learn phases of Red Cross work. Red Cross worker demonstrates how to change the sheets of a patient's bed

[Public Health Service nurse treating patient]

Debarkation Hospital #3, New York, N.Y. Ward No. 1, fourth floor. Patient to left with masseur: Albert Koone, Mulberry Grove, Ill.; patient to rear of Masseur, Bethel Brown, Thompkinsville, Kentucky; patient to right of center, John Wood, Eastport, N.C.; in rolling chair in center, Marvin Garner, Prospect, Tenn.; right of Garner, Mrs. Magee, N.Y., whose husband, Mr. John Magee is director of Bureau of Military Relief, Atlantic Div

This patient has a very severe cough and the doctor has ordered a steam treatment. During it the patient can be perfectly comfortable through the simple arrangements which can be learned through taking the Red Cross course in home hygiene and care of the sick

Shady Rest Sanatorium. Nurse taking patient's pulse at Shady Rest Sanatorium

The patient carabau, Philippine Islands.

Scots Mission Hospital, Tiberias. The operating theatre. Patient, eye case.

Scots Mission Hospital, Tiberias. A little Jewish boy patient in the Scots Mission Hospital, Tiberias.

Scots Mission Hospital Tiberias. Morning service to gathering of out-patients (Rev. Abdullah) showing a part of the out-door patient group

Scots Mission Hospital, Tiberias. The operating theatre. Patient, eye case.

Fever machine used to kill germs, Wash. D.C. Bennie Smith, an arthritis patient, receives treatment at Gallinger Municipal Hospital in the fever machine used to raise temperatures artificially. With his temperature at 105 he grins and asks for more ice. Nurse-technician Ida Louise Rivers is counting his pulse while Dr. Edgar Babcock, superintendent, observes reactions. The artificial fever has been of definite benefit to this patient, the doctor said. It is also believed that this artificial fever will kill other germs, including those causing paresis. The machine was invented and developed by Charles F. Kettering in [...]

Sjuksal.

Sjukhusinteriör.

Sjuksal.

U.S. Indian Service to use special first aid stretcher equipment on cars. Washington, D.C., Aug. 19. The first of seven small cars equipped with special first aid stretchers, recently purchased for use of the Bureau of Indian Affairs s in the field was demonstrated today to Dr. James G. Townsend, Director of Health of the Bureau, Dept. of Interior. The picture was made at the Interior Department and shows, left to right: Dr. Townsend; H. Holtm, Chief Pharmacist, Bureau of Indian Affairs; .E. Jones as the patient, and John Newman

Sjukhusinteriör.

The 37-inch cyclotron accelerated deuterons to 8 MeV and alpha particles to 16 MeV. It was also used to create radio isotopes and the first artificial element, technetium. This cyclotron was used in one of the first attempts to treat cancer. Shown with Paul Aebersold (standing) and Bill Brobeck as patient.Cooksey 1-14, September 20, 1938. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Lampros, the first patient to be treated with neutron beam. Cooksey Label: Lampross, seated. Cooksey 3-18, September 26, 1938. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

The 37-inch cyclotron accelerated deuterons to 8 MeV and alpha particles to 16 MeV. It was also used to create radio isotopes and the first artificial element, technetium. This cyclotron was used in one of the first attempts to treat cancer. Cooksey label: Cancer Room, with Paul Aebersold as patient. Cooksey 1-9, Septemver 26, 1938. [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Mexican tubercular patient in home. Crystal City, Texas

Dr. Springs giving prescription to patient. Colp, Illinois

Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger, used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. X-ray operator with an electrical tube in use. This room is lined with lead and the operator looks through the glass into the room where the patient is

Patient being prepared for operation, Herring Hospital (private), Herrin, Illinois

Miss Teal, nurse, testing patient's urine during prenatal clinic. Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama

Dr. S.B. Muncaster & patient

Dr. Springs with patient. Colp, Illinois

Company doctor (West Virginia coal town) examining patient. Miners pay two dollars a month for medical care. Kempton, West Virginia

After much persuasion by local physician, this small shed was constructed to house tuberculosis patient. This was the first time in this section that a tuberculosis patient had been isolated from his family. Crystal City, Texas. Mexican settlement

Dr. Springs examining patient. Colp, Illinois

Doctor Lewis and Miss Teal, nurse, measuring patient's abdomen in prenatal clinic. Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama

Woman patient. Herrin Hospital (private). Herrin, Illinois

Marinlottor i sjukvårdstjänst.

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Patient in Herrin Hospital (private). Herrin, Illinois

Nurse with patient. Herrin Hospital (private). Herrin, Illinois

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. Placing a patient against an old style x-ray film holder

Detroit, Michigan. New method of making x-ray photographs size 4x5 inches instead of larger. Used at the Herman Kiefer Hospital for Communicable Diseases to show various stages of tuberculosis. The patient is placed in front of a flurescent screen and this screen is photographed on ordinary photographic film by means of a lens of larger aperture

First patient 60-inch cyclotron. Robert Stone and John Lawrence treating Robert Penny at the 60-inch neutron port. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project [Photographer: Donald Cooksey]

Patient receiving medical aid in health clinic. Shafter migrant camp. Shafter, California