Ms register of cases, completed by K. B. Atkins (2 May 1907-3 October 1910), recording the births that she attended whilst working at the Military Family Hospital in Woolwich , including details of the name and pregnancy history of the patient, the date and hour of the birth, the presentation of the child at birth, the duration of labour, if there were any complications during and after labour, the sex of the infant, whether the child was premature or full term, whether the doctor was called, the date of her last visit, the condition of the mother and child on her last visit, as well as further remarks, such as whether forceps were used during the delivery.
Case register of K. B. Atkins
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- ReferenceGB 1538 RCMS/39
- Dates of Creation2 May 1907-3 October 1910
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 bound volume
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Administrative / Biographical History
K. B. Atkins (fl. 1890-1920) was a nurse who worked at the Military Family Hospital in Woolwich during the early twentieth century.
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