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Cherry’s iPad
26:44
Worn a mask
valerie meyer
26:45
got vaccinated
David Lemke
26:49
Stayed at home
Ray Ann Sullivan
26:51
Stayed Home, picked up groceries
Michelle Martin
26:51
Masking, washing hands, and staying home, vaccinated
Nichole
26:52
mask, staying home, socially distant
Carol Girvan
26:52
isolate
TOMKAREN
26:55
I have stayed home as much as possible
Michelle Martin
26:58
grocery delivery
Jane Thomas
26:59
exercised and ate healthy
TOMKAREN
27:01
Masked when out
TOMKAREN
27:09
vaccinated!
Debbie Roberts
27:09
Stayed home as much as possible, masked up
Carol Girvan
27:10
watched more tv
BOB MALLIN
27:15
mask, shots, at home, zoom everything
Nichole
27:22
flu shot, vaccine, eat healthy, exercise
Cherry’s iPad
27:23
Skiied!
william
27:24
got outdoors
Bill McDonald
27:39
dentist
TOMKAREN
27:41
Hiked when possible
Carol Girvan
27:41
road my bike
Jane Thomas
28:07
very clean and careful
william
28:09
sterile and clean
Nichole
28:11
limited visiting hours
Carol Girvan
28:12
everyone inmask
Cherry’s iPad
28:15
Airy
patrickchristman
28:16
Crowded
TOMKAREN
28:17
All patient doors where kept closed
Michelle Martin
28:21
Super sanitary, masks, limited visitors, decreased procedures
TOMKAREN
28:23
everyone in masks
Nichole
28:29
everyone protecting themselves and each other
Jane Thomas
28:34
temperature checks
Michelle Martin
28:55
health screening questions before you got through the doors
Ray Ann Sullivan
29:19
I bet those uniforms are dirty
TOMKAREN
29:20
no mask, no gloves
Nichole
29:21
dortu tab;e
Michelle Martin
29:22
No maks
william
29:23
no gloves
Jane Thomas
29:23
bare hands
Nichole
29:25
no gloves
TOMKAREN
29:30
outdoors, no sanitary conditions
blatanich
29:30
at least there is good ventilation
Michelle Martin
29:31
supply shortages
Nichole
29:32
no sterile equipment
Carol Girvan
29:34
yikes, no anesthesia
patrickchristman
29:55
no alcohol in the operating nroom
Michelle Martin
30:56
Yes
Nichole
31:04
yes
Debbie Roberts
31:13
yes
Nichole
31:20
it's clean
TOMKAREN
31:40
patients are close together
Eric Sainio
31:43
Not much privacy. No HIIPA!
Nichole
31:55
all beds too close
Michelle Martin
32:12
The hospital ward does have really good ventilation during the spring/summer months with the windows open though
Nichole
32:16
no screens between beds
william
32:22
probably stinky and loud
Nichole
32:53
shared table
Nichole
35:36
that's awful
valerie meyer
38:22
Yeech!
Michelle Martin
38:40
Weakens the body
Nichole
38:48
infection
TOMKAREN
38:48
anemia
Michelle Martin
38:54
Decreases the body’s ability to fight infection, anemia
Cherry’s iPad
38:57
Leeches are still used today in some situations...believe it or not!
Michelle Martin
39:51
Rush’s Thunderbolts
Michelle Martin
40:12
Toxic
TOMKAREN
40:15
lead poisoning
Jane Thomas
40:19
charcoal solutions are used today
Cherry’s iPad
40:45
We used ipecac when I was an EMT
Jane Thomas
40:46
charcoal to absorb
Jane Thomas
41:12
for drug overdose
Michelle Martin
41:16
Charcoal absorbs the poisons
Michelle Martin
41:49
Fluid, pus
Nichole
41:51
pus
Michelle Martin
43:47
filth running into camp
TOMKAREN
43:55
unsanitary conditions
TOMKAREN
44:13
diseases easily spread
Carol Girvan
44:19
dysentary
Michelle Martin
47:54
addictive
TOMKAREN
47:56
addiction
patrickchristman
47:59
addiction
Nichole
54:30
oooohhhh
Eric Sainio
54:33
oooo, aaah
TOMKAREN
54:41
aaaahhhhhh
Michelle Martin
54:56
how about an eeeeeewwwww
TOMKAREN
55:29
were instruments sanitized at all
Carol Girvan
56:05
yuck
Cherry’s iPad
56:40
When did germ theory happen?
TOMKAREN
56:41
definitely not sanitary!
BOB MALLIN
57:32
the stiffer with blood the apron the more trustworthy the surgeon
Michelle Martin
59:45
Yes
TOMKAREN
59:49
yes
Nichole
59:49
y
Carol Girvan
59:52
yes
Michelle Martin
01:01:15
Emma’s diary is really sad at times. She talked about how terrified the young men were to die alone and far from their families. The women of Fort Scott worked tirelessly to make sure that they did not die alone and without compassion in their final moments.
TOMKAREN
01:02:40
germs
Nichole
01:02:41
airborne
Ray Ann Sullivan
01:02:42
germs
Michelle Martin
01:02:44
antibiotics
Cherry’s iPad
01:02:45
Germ theory
Michelle Martin
01:03:12
masks
Michelle Martin
01:03:17
airborne droplets
TOMKAREN
01:03:21
airborne particles
Michelle Martin
01:03:57
FLorence
Dr David Geary
01:04:10
any pstd?
Michelle Martin
01:04:35
antiseptics
BOB MALLIN
01:05:11
carbolic axid
valerie meyer
01:07:08
yuck
Nichole
01:07:09
Disgusting!
Michelle Martin
01:07:09
Eeeeewwww gross
TOMKAREN
01:07:09
yuch!!
william
01:07:11
Ewww
Debbie Roberts
01:07:11
gross
Cherry’s iPad
01:07:14
Eeew
Carol Girvan
01:07:16
eats dead tissue
Michelle Martin
01:07:21
They ate the putrified flesh
Nichole
01:09:12
10 out of 10 - thanks
Cherry’s iPad
01:09:23
What was the survival rate of wounded at the beginning of the war vs. the end of the war?
william
01:09:25
When did the fort become a NPS site?
patrickchristman
01:09:27
How did they know the proper dosage of drugs
Cherry’s iPad
01:09:33
Battle fatigue
TOMKAREN
01:09:39
Thank you for this program. It was it very informative.
Kathy Wester
01:09:59
I’ve heard it called shell shock
Karl’s iPad
01:10:00
Great presentation. Very informative. Helps to imagine what may have happened on the Glorieta battlefield.
Michelle Martin
01:11:03
I have an ancestor who was with Custer in the eastern theater and he was taken prison and was at Anderson, Libby, and Florence prisons. He had PTSD the rest of his life and had troubles with loud noises and startled easily
Carol Girvan
01:11:11
Very informative, interactive, thank you
Michelle Martin
01:12:30
Ask George Wunderlich he would know
TOMKAREN
01:13:06
That museum has been hosting virtual events this month
Debbie Roberts
01:13:17
Thank you for your presentation.
Montie W. Avery
01:13:39
Well done, Enjoyed
Cherry’s iPad
01:13:48
Thank you....interesting.
patrickchristman
01:14:43
Great presentation! Thank you.
Michelle Martin
01:15:23
Also Fort Scott was home to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Regiments of Indian Home Guard that mustered in loyal members of the Five Southeastern Nations, the Osage, etc. into federal service during the war.
patrickchristman
01:15:29
How were next of kin notified of the patients at the hospital
BOB MALLIN
01:16:24
thank you
patrickchristman
01:16:41
Were any medical personnel Medal of Honor winners
Ray Ann Sullivan
01:17:13
Thank you so much
TOMKAREN
01:17:27
Thank you for the program. See everyone again tomorrow night!
David Lemke
01:17:28
The meeting is open until 830
patrickchristman
01:18:00
Yes
patrickchristman
01:18:26
thank you
Kathy Wester
01:18:31
Eric, can you send me codes for the rest of the presentations? Kwester@ameritech.net
william
01:18:35
Thank you so much for this very informative presentation!
patrickchristman
01:19:23
thank you
Carol Girvan
01:19:24
Missing soldiers museum
Eric Sainio
01:20:00
Kathy, I'll get you on the list. Thanks!
patrickchristman
01:20:10
Most informative
Debbie Roberts
01:20:21
Thank you!! Great presentation.
Fran DeMillion
01:20:28
Thank you interesting!
David Lemke
01:20:37
THank you