1898 The Lancet  
A New Hospital for Phthisical Patients. ON April 30th a numerous company of ladies and gentlemen, including several prominent members of the medical profession in Glasgow, visited the new Consumption Hospital established by Mr. Qaarrier near his Orphan Homes at Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire. The hospital contains forty beds, none of which are on the ground floor. The majority of the sleeping rooms have only one bed, but there are eight with two beds each. Lodgment of dust is carefully guarded
more » ... arefully guarded against, all the windows are double with the exception of those for the staff and those of the two convalescent rooms, and all the rooms have hollow walls with air
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