Manual of military hygiene for the military services of the United States / by Valery Havard Havard, Valery, 1846-1927

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Havard, Valery, 1846-1927
Subjects
Military hygiene; United States. Army -- Sanitary affairs; Military hygiene -- United States
Contents
  • I. Morbidity and mortality in the military service
  • II. Diseases of the soldier
  • III. - VIII. Infectious diseases (continued)
  • IX. Parasitic diseases
  • X. Miscellaneous diseases
  • XI. Diseases caused by immoral or intemperate habits
  • XII. The tobacco and drug habits
  • XIII. Disease-transmitting animals
  • XIV. The mosquito as disease transmitter
  • XV. Insecticides
  • XVI. Recruiting
  • XVII. Exercise
  • XVIII. Exercise (continued)
  • XIX. The march
  • XX. Personal hygiene
  • XXI. Water
  • XXII. Water purification
  • XXIII. Water purification (continued)
  • XXIV. Food
  • XXV. Animal foods
  • XXVI. Animal foods (continued)
  • XXVII. Vegetable foods
  • XXVIII. The nutritive value of foods and amount necessary
  • XXIX. Field cooking and baking
  • XXX. The ration
  • XXXI. Conclusions regarding the composition and food value of the military ration
  • XXXII. The ration in the tropics
  • XXXIII. Rules to be observed in eating and drinking
  • XXXIV. Beverages
  • XXXV. Clothing and uniform
  • XXXVI. Uniform (continued)
  • XXXVII. Equipment
  • XXXVIII. Posts, barracks and quarters
  • XXXIX. Posts, barracks and quarters (continued)
  • XL. Military hospitals
  • XLI. Air
  • XLII. Ventilation
  • XLIII. Ventilation (continued)
  • XLIV. Heating
  • XLV. Lighting
  • XLVI. Excreta, garbage and wastes
  • XLVII. Excreta, garbage and wastes (continued)
  • XLVIII. Soil
  • XLIX. Camps
  • L. - LI. Camps (continued)
  • LII. Latrines
  • LIII. Disposal of excreta by incineration
  • LIV. Lavatory. Disposal of wastes, garbage and refuse in camp
  • LV. General sanitary rules in the field
  • LVI. Administration of the sanitary service in the field
  • LVII. Service in warm climates
  • LVIII. Service in cold climates
  • LIX. Disinfection and disinfectants
  • LX. Hygiene of the battlefield
  • LXI. Naval and marine hygiene
  • LXII. Quarantine.
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