After this little stoppage we were soon on our way to the hospital
, going as much as possible through by-streets.
Every day the police net would drag hundreds of them off the streets, and in the detention hospital
you might see them, herded together in a miniature inferno, with hideous, beastly faces, bloated and leprous with disease, laughing, shouting, screaming in all stages of drunkenness, barking like dogs, gibbering like apes, raving and tearing themselves in delirium.
You see he's never mad enough to send to hospital
, or drunk enough to run in, but at any minute he may flare up, brooding and sulking as he does.
I would suggest, for example, that a presentation to a doctor is more likely to come from a hospital
than from a hunt, and that when the initials 'C.
While I dressed -- for Stroeve wished me to go at once with him to the hospital
-- he told me that he had arranged for his wife to have a private room, so that she might at least be spared the sordid promiscuity of a ward.
But for the most part medical students are industrious young men of the middle-class with a sufficient allowance to live in the respectable fashion they have been used to; many are the sons of doctors who have already something of the professional manner; their career is mapped out: as soon as they are qualified they propose to apply for a hospital
appointment, after holding which (and perhaps a trip to the Far East as a ship's doctor), they will join their father and spend the rest of their days in a country practice.
I myself will remain in hospital
at Ostrolenka till I recover.
If, as I dare to hope, I have the privilege of finding you a valuable coadjutor in the interesting matter of hospital
management, there will be many questions which we shall need to discuss in private.
The rear was brought up by a black boy of fourteen or fifteen, who carried medicine bottles, a pail of hot water, and various other hospital
I was sick once, typhoid, in the hospital
, an' it was beautiful.
I must have been a long time in hospital
," he said aloud.
I went to Australia to go into hospital
and get tinkered up, after which I planned to go on with the voyage.
Her husband had an accident and was laid up in hospital
But full three months must have passed since information was sent to me of an English patient, received at the hospital
here, whose case I, as English consul, might feel an interest in investigating.
The proper authorities were informed of the circumstance, people talked a good deal about it, and in the morning the body was carried to the hospital