Hospital Maternity Ward, Mother, Baby, Czech Republic, 2000s, 35mm, 2K
This short film is aimed at youngsters and shows how not to let sniffles and sneezes develop into a full-blown cold and, in addition to coughing and sneezing, how careless handling of infected articles can spread germs and viruses.
2446D vaccine for rubella, 1969, 2447D measles, 1960s 2962D mumps, diptheria, whopping cough, tetanus (lockjaw), smallpox, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, scarlet fever, polio, rocky mountain spotted fever, cholera, typhus, 1965. 2966D flu epidemic, 1957. 2967D histoplasmosis, 1956. 1442D smallpox in Liberia, 1948.
The symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes are outlined in the story of a young, small-town wife, her family, her physician, and some of the townspeople. Myths about diabetes are debunked. Guidelines for living a normal life while coping with diabetes are given. Insulin therapy is promoted when appropriate. Shots include: a traffic accident with an injured pedestrian; an ambulance crew loading an injured patient; hospital room; small-town doctor at the patient's bedside and in his office; a hospital nurse preparing a patient for a blood sugar test; a doctor interviewing a patient's husband; doctor breaking the news to the patient that she has diabetes; doctor counseling the patient and her husband in their home.
American Red Cross, USA, 1940s, 2K