Sanitation in Panama / by William Crawford Gorgas Gorgas, William Crawford, 1854-1920

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Gorgas, William Crawford, 1854-1920
Yellow fever; Panama; Tropical medicine
  • Yellow fever and the discoveries of its transmission
  • The experiments of the Reed board
  • The discoveries of the Reed board
  • The sanitary board of Havana
  • The results accomplished in Havana
  • Correspondence with Dr. Reed
  • History of yellow fever
  • Appointed chief sanitary officer for the Isthmus
  • Preliminary organization and work at Panama
  • Yellow-fever work at the Isthmus
  • Nombre de Dios
  • The work of the sanitary inspectors
  • The wri at the hospitals
  • Malaria work and the hospital system
  • Medical and surgical service of Ancon hospital
  • The sanitarium at Taboga
  • The leper colony
  • Quarantine system
  • Measures against bubonic plague
  • The work of the sanitary department of Panama.
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