Medical research conducted at the U.S. Army Medical Research Center in Washington, DC. Chloromycetin administered to soldier
Korea Date:1953 Duration:2 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army Medical Service. Nurses and patients in a U.S. Army hospital ward. View of the medical research center building in Washington, DC. Scientists work on disease research using equipment and laboratories inside the research center. Scientists test effectiveness of chloromycetin on various diseases, such as typhus and typhoid fever. Army nurse injects a military patient in korea. Korea: A nurse checks people in a hospital. Army medical personnel investigate outbreak of sleeping sickness and trace it to organism transmitted by mosquitoes. The scientists observe through a microscope in a laboratory. The scientists collect mosquito samples. The mosquito samples are kept in a glass vessel. The children being vaccinated. The farmers work on a field. The scientists at work. The Korean civilians walk. Two women carry bundles on their head. View of the local houses. Blood samples of the people taken. DDT being sprayed on the field. The aircraft in flight. The troops being vaccinated. A man takes a sample from the sacks containing food for the soldiers. Soldiers fill a bucket from water source.
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