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Medical And Dental Referees

Volume 463: debated on Wednesday 30 March 1949

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asked the Minister of Health what are the functions of part-time Medical and Dental Referees on the Regional staff of his Department.

Hospitals and Sanatoria, with the number of available beds, at which Streptomycin treatment is available for the following types of cases:—
A.—Tuberculous Meningitis and Acute Miliary Tuberculosis.
B.—Tracheo-Bronchial, Laryngeal and Pharyngeal Tuberculosis and Abdominal Tuberculosis.
C.—Pulmonary Tuberculosis of certain types.
D.—Genito-Urinary Infections—tuberculous and non-tuberculous.
E.—Non-Tuberculous Infections resistant to penicillin and sulphonamides.
Hospital or SanatoriumABCDE
Leeds General Infirmary222
York City Hospital31
Hull City Sanatorium2692
Hull Royal Infirmary1
Clayton Hospital, Wakefield1
Pinderfields Hospital, Wakefield555
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary31
Halifax General Infirmary31
St. Luke's Hospital, Bradford6
Bradford Royal Infirmary2
Middleton Sanatorium339
Grassington Sanatorium636
St. James's Hospital, Leeds62
Killingbeck Sanatorium2612
Seacroft Hospital, Leeds52
Scotton Banks Sanatorium339
Harrogate Hospital1