Hospital sepsis (1959)
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AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS
AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
MEDICAL SUPERVISION, CARL W. WALTER, M.D., F.A.C.S.
ASSOCIATE CLINICAL PROFESSOR OF SURGERY
HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL,
PETER BENT BRIGHAM HOSPITAL, BOSTON
THIS FILM WAS MADE POSSIBLE, AS A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE, THROUGH THE COOPERATION AND SUPPORT OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON.
- Prevention and control of communicable (infectious, contagious) diseases. Prevention of epidemics
- Hygiene of air, water, soil. Pollution and its control
Structuring elements of the film
- Reporting footage : Yes.
- Set footage : No.
- Archival footage : No.
- Animated sequences : Yes.
- Intertitles : No.
- Host : No.
- Voix off : Yes.
- Interview : No.
- Music and sound effects : Yes.
- Images featured in other films : No.
How does the film direct the viewer’s attention?
How are health and medicine portrayed?
Broadcasting and reception
Where is the film screened?
Presentations and events associated with the film
Local, national, or international audience
References and external documents
Walter CW. HOSPITAL SEPSIS—A COMMUNICABLE DISEASE. JAMA. 1959;171(13):1869–1872. doi:10.1001/jama.1959.73010310024028
Kirsten Ostherr, Cinematic Prophylaxis, Globalization and Contagion in the Discourse of World Health, Duke University Press, Durham and London, 2005
- John R. Brooks MD, Carl W. Walter, MD Surgeon, Inventor, Industrialist
The American Journal of Surgery, Volume 148, November 1984
- Transcription English : Séverine George
- Subtitles French : Élisabeth Fuchs, Camille Mohnhaupt