It has been remarked by an English writer, in reference to the admission of fever patients into general hospitals, that" it has been found safer and better to have them scattered as single cases through different wards, instead of congregating them together into one;' and adds, that this plan has been adopted in more than one of the London hospitals; and we believe that there has been, on the whole, no cause to regret The difference which is thus pointed out between the contagiousness and communicability of diseases is unquestionably well founded, and has an important practical bearing.
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