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1 I had TB and spent several months in a sanatorium in the mountains.
2 They replenished themselves in a seaside sanatorium for two weeks.
3 Consequently, the widescale sanatorium service was doomed, an enormously cost effective benefit for both developing and developed countries.
4 Reporters and photographers were swarming all over the sanatorium that day.
5 The sanatorium was opened only in 1941.
6 I see her picture in the paper, then I holler copper and tell them this is the dame from the sanatorium.
7 Her personal experience with invalidism and long confinement in a sanatorium gave her an empathy for her patients not common among physicians.
8 If that decision has now put him in the casualty ward,(www.Sentencedict.com) it has equally kept him from the sanatorium.
9 Sanatorium beds were few and far between, and often had to be obtained through influence.
10 By inventing this yarn about the time Connie left the sanatorium, you've tied yourself right in this thing.
11 Although he returned to the School staff after the war, he was later compelled to spend some time in a sanatorium.
12 Thinking of the frail figure sitting in the gloomy room at the sanatorium, trusting the great Bonanza.
13 All I had to do was make like a patient in a sanatorium.
14 Similar to Waverly Hills Sanatoriums, Myrtles Plantation has gained notoriety throughout the USA as being one of the most haunted places that can be visited.
15 Under the socialist market economy, all the sanatoriums run by trade unions of different level have experienced hardships in maintaining survival and development.
16 From 2002, Hospitals Include Sanatoriums and Tend and Protect Hospitals.
17 From 2003, Hospitals excluded Sanatoriums and Tend and Protect Hospitals.
18 Together these developments brought the era of sanatoriums to a close and significantly lowered the incidence of TB in countries that had the money and infrastructure to tackle the problem.
19 A century ago society had no way to combat TB, save for limiting its spread by sequestering affected individuals in sanatoriums .
20 Methods The paper carries out detailed analyses of the meaning, advantages, specialties, and goals of pharmaceutical care in sanatoriums.
21 The prototype of the synchronous sphygmomanometer which was developed based on the above results, has been successfully tested on hundreds of patients in many hospitals and sanatoriums.
22 Methods The relevant information about the progress of the climatotherapy in seaside from all sanatoriums in China was collected and analyzed.
23 The Tangshan scenic area accommodates caves of ape-men living 300,000 years ago, and the Tangshan Thermal Spring which is among the top four spa sanatoriums in China.
24 Her husband, Paul Wilson, was a manic depressive, who spent most of his life in expensive sanatoriums which Perkins had to pay for.
25 The medical technical sections are centralized with the instruments and equipments in the sanatoriums, and are key links in the medical equipment management.
26 Objective To investigate the technical construction and development of sanatoriums in the new period and improve the convalescent technology.
27 Note: From 2003 number of Hospitals excludes those of sanatoriums.
28 The Royal Sussex County Hospital is the largest of numerous hospitals and sanatoriums in Brighton.
29 Methods 98 elderly retired cadres with above 80 years old from 17 army sanatoriums in Beijing were investigated with Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index(PSQI).
30 Thirty cities, provinces and many large enterprises in the country set up sanatoriums or convalescent homes here.
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