Sanitary and epidemiological condition of the camp of interned soldiers-Ukrainians Aleksandrov (Poland), December 1920 – July 1921
Keywords:interned, hospital, ambulatory clinic, doctor, sanitary condition, disease, Aleksandrov, Poland
The article analyzes the sanitary and epidemiological situation in the camp of interned soldiers-Ukrainians in Alexandrov (Poland) in the late 1920s – the first half of 1921. It is proved that unsatisfactory sanitary condition in the camp was caused in the winter of 1921 to outbreaks of bone diseases which were immediately localized by the efforts of Ukrainian and Polish doctors. Subsequently, the overwhelming majority of patients interned were treated in the Ukrainian general-purpose hospital and ambulatory clinic, receiving qualified medical aid there
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