New York Nursery and Child's Hospital Annual Report (1910) (14787964023).jpg

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Title: New York Nursery and Child's Hospital Annual Report
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: New York Nursery and Child's Hospital
Subjects: New York Nursery and Child's Hospital Maternal health services Child health services Charities, Medical--New York (State)--New York Foundlings care Child care
Publisher: New York Nursery and Child's Hospital
Contributing Library: NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, Samuel J. Wood Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Metropolitan New York Library Council - METRO

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ysterectomy . 22Complete hysterectomy .... 2 Myomectomy 14 Fibroma of breast, excision of.. 2Fistula, recto-vaginal, and imper-forate anus, operations for 1 Fistulo-in-ano, operation for .... 1 Haemorrhoidectomy 2 Hernia, umbilical, repair of 1 Lacerations of pelvic floor, cys-tocele and rectocele; operationsfor 40 1. Perineorrhaphy 21 2. Anterior colporrhaphy .... 13 3. Posterior colporrhaphy... . 6Meningocele, excision of 1 Salpingitis, tuberculous; Hysterec-tomy for 1 Salpingitis, (chronic tubo-ovariandisease), operations for 52 (a) Salpingectomy 6 (b) Salpingectomy, bilateral. 5 (c) Salpingostomy 8 (d) Salpingo-oophorectomy Bilateral 5 Unilateral 14 (e) Oophorectomy 6 (f) Resection of ovary 8 Sterilization 7 Suburethal abscess, incision and drainage of 1 Transfusions 7 Condition on Discharge Well 226 Improved 44 Not Improved 2 Died 2 Deaths on Surgical Service Acute gangrenous appendices andgeneral peritonitis 1 General peritonitis following oper-ation for tubo-ovarian abscess.. 1
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CHRISTMAS MORNING IN CHILDRENS WARD (31 1 Report of the Training School To the Board of Directors : HEREWITH submit the report of the School of Nursing forthe year ending December 31, 1924. Of the 143 registered nurse schools in New York State,102 are required to send nurses to other hospitals for trainingin Childrens Diseases and 38 for training in Obstetric Nursing. In orderto cover the Pediatric work the schools have been obliged to send theirstudents to hospitals in Montreal, Cleveland and Philadelphia, and else-where, because there are few hospitals in New York State where trainingin Childrens Diseases is afforded. To help this situation we have discon-tinued the out-of-state schools affiliating with us for Pediatrics, as itseems only fair to give this much needed service to students in this State.Five new affiliations have been made with schools in New York State, andall the schools now affiliating with us are registered by the Board ofRegents. Upon the completion of the new Lyi

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