Doctor takes blood samples of natives to detect malaria cases in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:2 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Navy training film titled 'Medicine in action : Pacific enemy number 2 Malaria' about controlling and curing malaria among United States soldiers in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Ships underway in the Pacific Ocean with U.S. troops aboard it. Coast of a Pacific island as waves wash the shore. Natives in a village. A man cleans a rifle outside a hut. Anopheles mosquito, malaria vector. A U.S. Army doctor takes a blood sample of a native. Sample being observed under a microscope. Children with swollen stomach as they suffer from malaria. Children in the village. A man with enlarged liver. A U.S. doctor examines soldiers suffering from malaria as they lie in beds.
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