Thesis on puerperal sepsis

Despite initial grand plans and ideals, Kew Asylum had a difficult and chequered history resulting in several inquiries, [1] [8] including a Royal Commission . [9] The first inquiry occurred in 1876, only five years after Kew opened. [8] Another notable inquiry occurred in 1907 after a severe outbreak of Typhoid fever , [2] which at the time was thought to have been virtually eradicated in Melbourne. This inquiry in turn led to amendments to the Lunacy Act, improvements to Kew (and the state's other asylums ) and the planned construction of Mont Park Asylum . [1]

Thesis on puerperal sepsis

thesis on puerperal sepsis

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