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Venereal diseases in the United States Navy

United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.

Venereal diseases in the United States Navy

a guide for the diagnosis, treatment [and] follow-up.

by United States. Navy Dept. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.

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Published in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sexually transmitted diseases.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC201 .U58 1950
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 41 p. :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17895714M
    LC Control Number50061027

    Page - Treasury, (1) to study and investigate the cause, treatment, and prevention of venereal diseases, (2) to cooperate with State Boards or Departments of Health for the prevention and control of such diseases within the States; and (3) to control and prevent the spread of these diseases in interstate traffic 2/5(1).   The United States Public Health Service released several venereal-disease education films in the s and s as part of a broader campaign against venereal disease. Two of the best of these, produced in cooperation with the Hollywood filmmaking industry, were Know for Sure () and To the People of the United States ().

    The Chamberlain-Kahn Act of is a U.S. federal law passed on July 9, by the 65th United States law implemented a public health program that came to be known as the American Plan, whose stated goal was to combat the spread of venereal d by: the 65th United States Congress. Tiiis Committee was apppointed by the Government in October, , to inquire into the treatment and prevention of venereal diseases in the army and navy, and was composed of Mr. Skey (then president of the College of Surgeons), Dr. Balfour, Mr. Cock, Dr. Donnet, Mr. Quain, Dr. Wilks, and Mr. Spencer Smith. Mr.

    1. Sex Transm Dis. Apr-Jun;9(2) Venereal disease in the United States Army: Kampmeier RH. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: 6. Venereal Disease in the United States Army: – KAMPMEIER, RUDOLPH H. MD Sexually Transmitted Diseases: April-June - Volume 9 - Issue 2 - ppg


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Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.]. Venereal diseases. In World War II venereal disease was a serious problem for the US Army and Navy. In some hospitals one out of eight men had contracted some form of venereal disease.

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Ina number of states concluded the Brussels Agreement, whereby states agreed to provide free or low-cost medical treatment at ports for merchant seamen with venereal diseases. The first effective treatment for a sexually transmitted disease was salvarsan, a treatment for cations: Infertility.

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It was responsible for creating the Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board, which housed the Division of Venereal Diseases in the United States Public Health Service.

The meaning of the bill was summarized as, "the United States government has recognized the venereal diseases as enemies of the public health, to be fought just as malaria Cited by: 5.

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[3]. But in the United States Navy, dueling — with pistols or swords, usually over a trivial insult — was still popular among young officers. Between andwhen it was finally banned, Vice Admiral William S. Sims, Commander, United States Naval Forces Operating in European Waters, to Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels U.S.

NAVAL FORCES OPERATING IN EUROPEAN WATERS U.S.S. MELVILLE, FLAGSHIP. TELEPHONE, VICTORIA 30, GROSVENOR GARDENS, CABLE ADDRESS, “SIMSADUS” LONDON, S.W.1 REFERENCE. These diseases constitute the largest problem in preventive medicine with which the Navy is confronted.

During this period there w admissions for syphilis,for gonorrhoea for chancroid. [The proportion of syphilis to gonorrhoea is about the same as that met with in Great Britain but the number of chancroid cases is surprisingly large.]Author: S. Cook. MEDICAL CARE OF VENEREAL DISEASES The second item in the medical program and the last item in the entire program is the medical care of those who are venereally infected.

Necessarily the first step in putting into practical force the care of venereal diseases in the new Army was to obtain a group of competent specialists in their treatment. () - According to new data released by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were million new venereal infections in the United States inbringing the total number of existing sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the U.S.

at that time toThe million new STIs in vastly outpaced the new. 64 "Meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Division of Venereal Diseases, United States Public Health Service, ," Journal of Venereal Disease Information 8, no.

8 (): And as late asclinic personnel were still reporting on the "comparatively small number of treatments given" to patients—a reference to how few Author: Elliott Bowen.

Handbook of the Hospital Corps, United States Navy, Handbook of the Hospital corps, United States navy. --Ward management --Operating room and surgical technique --Hygiene and sanitation --Allergy --Genito-urinary and venereal diseases --Prevention of venereal diseases --Industrial medicine and industrial.

THE BR1TISH JOIRNALOF VENEREAL DISEASES CURRENT TRENDS INTHETREATMENTOFVENEREAL DISEASE IN THEUNITED STATES OFAMERICA* By R. WILLCOX, M.B., B.S. Lieutenant-Colonel, R.A.M.C. Adviser in Venereology to the WarOffice On7th and 8th February the United States Public Health Service held aCited by: 1.

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The item you've selected was not added to your cart. Seller Rating: % positive. No Magic Bullet A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States since Expanded Edition. Allan M. Brandt. The recent epidemic of AIDS and herpes virus has called into question not only the ability of the medical profession to treat venereal disease but its willingness to do so.

One US Navy training film fromUSS VD: Ship of Shame, urged sailors to “put it on before you put it in.” Find all kinds of venereal disease propaganda gems here. During World War.

Planned essentially as a medical guide for the hospital corpsmen of the Navy Medical Department, the work approximates a household medical work, with chapters on minor surgery and first aid, emergency dental treatment, nursing, hygiene, allergy, the venereal diseases, field sanitation, diets, pharmacy, chemistry, the control of hospitals and.The term venereal disease (VD), denoting any disease transmitted by sexual intercourse, lost favour in the late 20th century and was largely supplanted by the more-comprehensive terms sexually transmitted disease and sexually transmitted infection.

Syphilis and gonorrhea. Sexually transmitted diseases have a long history.which the Armed Forces of the United States entered. Changes in the basic philosophy governing control measures manifested themselves in corresponding changes of policy such as the elimination of punishment for those acquiring a venereal disease, an increased emphasis on informing and educating the soldier on the venereal diseases, and an extensive contact .