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For the large tuberculous population, it would be divided among the sanatoria, of which each depart- of As would possess one or several. 1 How many sufferers from tuberculosis would have to be isolated ? And what sort of buildings ought we to have to receive them? ment or district 1 With regard to the sanatoria established in France during the war, M. Kiiss, senior physician of the Angicourt Sanatorium, makes the following remarks in the Bulletin medical for the J2th August, " The fruitful conception which inspired the promoters (M.
Of the affected population ; consequently they cannot to any great extent influence the public health. 27 SOCIAL DISEASES 28 The lique, free sanatoria, might, those of the Assistance Pub- would seem, be it of greater utility. But there are as yet only a few of these establishments, with a total of a few thousand beds, while the poor sufferers from tuberculosis are numbered by hundreds of thousands. These sanatoria are of course large establishments built to last for centuries, so that the cost per bed is extremely high and the numerous staff with which they are provided makes the cost of daily mainten; ance very heavy.
4,000 per hut per annum. 400,000 for the erection, at Vaucresson, of a hospital for consumptives, capable of receiving only a few hundred patients. SOCIAL DISEASES 44 whom To they speak. the latter the hospital is a to die, yet they would be only too happy to gain admission and to pass the remnant of their days there. do they ask of us, those un- place where they go What fortunates who apply when they to the doctors of the dispensaries discharged from hospital? For a refuge, any sort of refuge where they would be allowed to rest, where they would get something to eat, and where they would be allowed, without further anxiety, to let the days go by.