Further, the fully supervised sanatorium based treatment of the earlier days also gave way to the totally unsupervised domiciliary treatment.
Patients all received INH / PAS for 1 year and were randomly allocated to treatment in sanatorium or at home.
He was transferred to a private sanatorium , Central Valley Hospital of Orange County, New York, and two years later, to the State Homeopathic Asylum for the Insane in Middletown, New York.
He developed pulmonary tuberculosis at the time of his final undergraduate examination, resulting in over two years in a sanatorium .
The sanatorium was dedicated to the treatment of concentration camp survivors, particularly those from Auschwitz.
During the second world war he had pulmonary tuberculosis, but after treatment in a sanatorium and extensive surgery he returned to practice until the age of 72.
This includes a mental hospital, sanatorium , convalescent home, nursing home, maternity home, clinic and health centre.
This town had a large sanatorium for those with respiratory illnesses.
He intended to be a painter, but in 1935 was severely injured in a bicycle accident; he spent months in hospital and a sanatorium , and was an invalid for the rest of his life.
Not only did sanatoriums close, but also therapeutic mainstays like pneumothorax and pneumoperitoneum became obsolete, and surgical procedures such as thoracoplasty and the surgeons who did them disappeared.