RFT Posted 28 June , 2019 Share Posted 28 June , 2019 (edited) Am intrigued by this 17 year old recruit's state of health and his length of stay in hospital. What precisely is it, how serious was his condition and was it common? Table II - Admissions to Hospital. Admitted to Hospital - 10/12/14 Discharged from Hospital - 28/1/15 Disease - Effects of strain on heart 303 Days in Hospital - 50 Remarks :- Came in with acute dilatation, which rest [most]? reduced but he fainted each time allowed up. Recommended for discharge as unfit. Signed Dr Haughton, Feb, 1915. Army Form B.204 Discharge of a recruit as not likely to become an efficient soldier. Suffering from the effects of strain of heart - Considered unfit by Dr Haughton under whose care he has been. Rob Edited 29 June , 2019 by RFT corrected to read "dilatation" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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