Nurses in 1887 Had to Work by These 12 Crucial Rules

Posted on Jun 14, 2016

Medicine in the late 19th century can't even be compared to today's standards. In 1887, some precautionary measures were required for nurses, and most of them weren't even related to their jobs. These bizarre rules will shock you!

1. Maintaining Temperature

Maintaining Temperature
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Maintaining a specific room temperature was very important for the patients, so these nurses had to bring in a bucket of coal each day. They had to make sure that the rooms were heated properly.
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