National Geographic : 1917 May
THE STERILIZING CHAMBER IN THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL AT NEUILLY Such apparatus must be multiplied many times if American soldiers are to be safeguarded from the dangers of septic poisoning. The Red Cross has the facilities for installing these sterilizing chambers, pro vided the American citizen will contribute the sums necessary for their purchase. These are the "big guns" with which medical science wages successful war on tetanus. IN THE WONDERFUL AMERICAN HOSPITAL AT NEUILLY :ANURSE CLEANING HER INSTRUMENTS We may well feel proud of the hospitals which American philan thropists of both large andsmall means gave toFrance before our government joined militaryforces with the Allies. Both inequipment and in management these institutions mark tl-e highest achievements in surgical science. Photographs byPaul Thompson.