IC Neonatologie (1989?)

IC Neonatologie (1989?)

Alton Memorial’s polio ward was busy with children struck by  the disease in an epidemic in the late 1940s and ’50s. Many  patients were unable to return home at Christmas so staff  and families decorated the ward and plenty of gifts were  distributed.

Alton Memorial’s polio ward was busy with children struck by the disease in an epidemic in the late 1940s and ’50s. Many patients were unable to return home at Christmas so staff and families decorated the ward and plenty of gifts were distributed.

Het verzorgen van couveuse baby's op de kraamafdeling van het diaconessenhuis 1969

Het verzorgen van couveuse baby's op de kraamafdeling van het diaconessenhuis 1969

Mount Sinai Hospital Children's Ward, 1920. Image courtesy of @nursinghistory

Mount Sinai Hospital Children's Ward, 1920. Image courtesy of @nursinghistory

Couveuses op de afdeling Neonatologie

Couveuses op de afdeling Neonatologie

In 1965, the first American newborn intensive care unit opened, under the guidance of Dr. Louis Gluck, at Yale Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.

In 1965, the first American newborn intensive care unit opened, under the guidance of Dr. Louis Gluck, at Yale Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.

at least I don't live back when this is all there was....although one hospital I was in still used them...weird

at least I don't live back when this is all there was....although one hospital I was in still used them...weird

Nurses push their medicine cart in the World War I American Hospital - 42-27957207 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Nurses push their medicine cart in the World War I American Hospital - 42-27957207 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Lying-In Hospital: 1908

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Lying-In Hospital: 1908

History in Photos: Nurse Training. Student nurses, like Susan Petty of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, are rendering their country a great service by making it possible for experienced nurses to join the Army or Navy Nurse Corps. Relieved of such civilian duties as administering injections to patients like this smiling youngster, graduate nurses are tending America's fighting men in distant parts of the world.

History in Photos: Nurse Training. Student nurses, like Susan Petty of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, are rendering their country a great service by making it possible for experienced nurses to join the Army or Navy Nurse Corps. Relieved of such civilian duties as administering injections to patients like this smiling youngster, graduate nurses are tending America's fighting men in distant parts of the world.

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