Review of Reviews,  7 (1893), 282.

Who Will Deliver Us From Infection? Eucalyptus as a Substitute for the Hospital




Publications abstracted:

J Brendon Curgenven Medical Magazine


Disease, Hospitals, Antiseptics, Sanitation, Government

    Readers will 'rejoice' at the news that the use of 'Tucker's Oleusaban Eucalyptus Disinfectant' means that 'there is no need for removing either scarlet fever or small-pox patients to a hospital' which are generally 'centres of contagion and hotbeds of disease'. Urges that the 'discovery' be 'brought before the attention of Mr. H. H. Fowler, of the Local Government Board'.

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