[BOOKS] Contagion and Confinement Controlling Tuberculosis along the Skid Road by Barron H. Lerner – 8p2.us
This is an academic book that I read for some research that I was doing it is about the treatment of TB in Seattle in the first part of the 20th century TB is a disease in Seattle in the first part of the 20th century TB is a disease has been treated as both a personal and a social sickness and the author looks at it from both of these perspectives The book personal and a social sickness and the author looks at it from both of these perspectives The book on Firland Sanatorium a TB hospital that treated patients from Seattle s poorest areas including Skid Road whose name became synonymous with blighted parts of town populated by. In Contagion and Confinement Barron H Lerner offers the first in depth look at the history of tuberculosis control in the antibiotic era providing a vital
Account Of This Neglected Chapter In The History Of The of this neglected chapter in the history of the He argues that the new antibiotic drugs rather than being a simple panacea actually highlighted the complex social problems that continued to predispose people to tuber.
Barron H. Lerner ✓ 6 DownloadTreatment at Firland and the contemporary problem of treating drug resistant TB as well as TB among AIDS patients As I said before this is an academic book and I suspect that it is the authors cleaned up dissertation That being said this is still suspect
it is the authors cleaned up dissertation That being said this is still very readable account about history of the treatment of one of mankind s most deadly diseases I think that this book would be of interest to anyone with and interest in the history of Seattle or the treatment Of Marginal Populations. Between marginal populations. Between and 1970 Although Firland planned to use confinement only as a last resort Lerner explains the facility detained nearly 2000 patients most of them alcoholics from Seattle's famous Skid Road In retrospect it is clear that Firland staff members overused detention But Lerner also finds that they worked hard to improve the lives of the alcoholic patients society had forgotten. .that it is the authors cleaned up dissertation That being said this is still very readable account about
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society The book examine different forms of treatment for these patients who usually had a variety of problems that went beyond TB such as homelessness unemployment and alcoholism These other problems would often make treatment of TB much difficult and the doctors of Firland would resort to forced confinement sometimes to ensure that their treatment regimen was followed In the last chapter resort to forced confinement sometimes to ensure that their treatment regimen was followed In the last chapter author draws the connection between the. Culosis and interfere with its treatment The most controversial strategy used by American health officers to controlOf Society The Book Examine
was forcible detention Since Lerner notes health departments have locked up tuberculosis patients whose behavior presented a public health threat Using Seattle's Firland Sanatorium as a case study he focuses on the surprisingly recent use of detention. ,Tuberculosis Was Forcible Detention Since