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Clinical notes of cases treated in the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh

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[James MacLehose] , Glasgow]
Medicine, Royal Infirmary of Edin
Other titlesGlasgow medical journal.
Statementreported by Mr. John Wilson Paton, Clinical Assistant
ContributionsUniversity of Glasgow. Library
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Notes Robert Perceval's notes of cases in, MSS ; case-notes on patients treated by James Gregory, taken by William Godfrey Deane, whilst a student, MS ; casebooks probably compiled by students, and MSS; notebook of John Grove, including case notes probably relating to patients in when he was a student.

Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh at Little France / Day Case Unit NHS Lothian Other services from Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh at Little Clinical notes of cases treated in the Royal Infirmary 16 stories have been told.

The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, or RIE, often (but incorrectly) known as the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, or ERI, was established in and is the oldest voluntary hospital in Scotland. The new buildings of were claimed to be the largest voluntary hospital in the United Kingdom, and later on, the Empire.

The hospital moved to a new bed site in in Little system: NHS Scotland. Henley’s time at the Infirmary inspired In Hospital, 1 a collection of 28 poems written between and Samuel Treat Armstrong, a physician and army surgeon who had chaired NYAM’s Section on Public Health and Hygiene, donated the book to our collection.

2,3 In the volume’s endpapers, Armstrong pasted a New York Times article from September 1, “Ernest Henley: A.

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Hence a clinical physician is one who attends the sick; and clinical lectures are those in part, at least, delivered at the bed-side on the cases of patients.” 53 Essentially, the person admitted to the RIE became a clinical or in-patient as opposed to the out-patients treated by infirmary by: 1.

The notes of the house officers in the s show meticulous documentation of clinical cases. We are reminded repeatedly that hospitals and medicine were glowing edifices of the society and culture. The scenes from 19th century Edinburgh, with its multitude of epidemics of typhus, smallpox, plague, and other mysterious fevers, might still be Author: Kumar Pd.

An important aspect of Joseph Lister's work that has received relatively little attention is his relationship with patients. However, a manuscript written by one of his patients, Margaret Mathewson's ‘A Sketch of Eight Months a patient, in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, A.D.

’, provides detail about the surgeon as seen ‘from below’—that is, by a charity : Mary Wilson Carpenter. However, a motorcycle accident in Lothian Road in led to a leg injury and a spell in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. Although the injury was to affect him for the rest of his life, Dott became fascinated by hospital life and entered the University of Edinburgh to study medicine, where he graduated M.D Ch.B.

in You will remember n I * For the shorthand notes in which this and a few following contributions t are founded, I am indebted to the care and diligence of an accomplished mem- 6t ber of the class, Mr.

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The Lancet ROYAL INFIRMARY, EDINBURGH. Clinical Observations DURING THE WINTER SESSION, I will only refer for full details of this case to the memoir mentioned at the end of this paper. t Clinical and Pathological Notes on Pericarditis.

Sutherland and Knox, pp. NEW SOUTH WALES.[mdash]We learn that great anxiety is felt on Author: W.T. Gairdner. Title(s): Report of the cases treated during the course of clinical lectures delivered at the Royal Infirmary in the session / by David Craigie.

Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: [Edinburgh: s.n., ] Description: 50 p ; 22 cm. Language: English MeSH: Clinical Medicine* Publication Type(s): Case Reports Notes: From.

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This group at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh is focused on the wasting syndrome associated with cancer, and how it affects patient function and survival.

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As well as bound accounts of treatment (dating back to the eighteenth century), LHSA holds over one million twentieth-century patient case notes in folders in one of the largest medical archives in the UK.

The majority of these cases (although by no means all) were written in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh Overview. The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh serves the Lothian region.

It contains staffed beds and has a full range of medical and surgical services. Original and Selected Communications from The New England Journal of Medicine — Case of Lepra Arabum, or True Elephantiasis, by Robert Lee, M. Physician's Assistant, Royal Infirmary, EdinburghAuthor: Robert Lee.

About: Borders General Hospital / Accident & Emergency, Borders General Hospital / General Surgery (Ward 7), Borders General Hospital / Haematology, Borders General Hospital / Medical Oncology, Borders General Hospital / Radiology, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh at Little France / Clinical haematology, St George's Hospital (Tooting) (London.

A Clinical Evaluation of the Safety and Effectiveness of the MitraClip System in the Treatment of Clinically Significant Functional Mitral Regurgitation The trial is designed to provide additional evidence regarding appropriate recommendations for use of the MitraClip System for patients with chronic heart failure and clinically significant.

Full text of "The Edinburgh Clinical and Pathological Journal" See other formats. The design ensured the total integration of the many user groups needs with the design and the operation processes of the new hospital.

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LHB 1 ROYAL INFIRMARY OF EDINBURGH 62 Annual Statistics of Patients, Bound volumes giving an annual analysis of cases treated at the Infirmary. The first table gives the types of categories to be considered, with the total number of male and female patients treated for each category of disease; also numbers of cures and of Size: 1MB.

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The following year he began giving clinical lectures at the Royal Infirmary. In he published his Conspectus His correspondence and lecture notes,are held at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; His lectures and notes,and notes on cases treated by him at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary,are held.

In the independent inquiry at Glasgow, however, the “serum” cases were treated in the Royal Infirmary, and a series of patients of the same social stratum”, admitted during the same period to the Belvedere Isolation Hospital under the care of one physician, served as the control group.

The original appeal for funds was led by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, making the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh the first voluntary hospital in Scotland.

Its charitable subscribers were formed into a Court of Contributors who elected annual Managers drawn from the main occupational and professional groups of the City.

The present Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh was built in as a PFI project, to designs by Keppie Design of Glasgow on a large green-field site south-east of the city, close to the A7 at Little France, by Craigmillar Castle, in a large area of open countryside.

If .Gregory's correspondence and papers,are held at Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections; His correspondence and lecture notes,are held at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; His lectures and notes,and notes on cases treated by him at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary,are held at the.the Edinburgh Infirmary were subjected to strict rules of conduct, posted in the wards.

Refusal usually resulted in voluntary or forced discharge from the institution.