Kan ej sysselsättas : Hur dementia primaria diagnosticerades och behandlades under 1900-talets början
Sammanfattning: The purpose of this study is to investigate how cordinated on a national level the Swedish psychiatric care was in the early 1900s, using the diagnoses and treatment of dementia primaria. I also wanted to find out if the treatment of dementia primaria differentiated from the general care of psychiatric patients in the early 1900s, which other studies had focused on. The study was based on five records of patients with dementia primaria. The records came from six hospitals in total. All five patients experienced acute psychosis the time before the admission. In the hospital they shifted between calm, anxious and apathetic episodes. All five patients also had a habit of talking and laughing to themselves. There were some individual differences, but not enough to point to a non-coordinated psychiatric care. Similarly the treatment of dementia primaria differenced very little between hospitals, pointing to a strongly cordinated psychiatric care system. Some differences between previous research, concerning the treatment of psychiatric patients in general, and my study were found. Mainly where the patients whose records I studied medicated with a higher rate of barbiturates than previous research mentioned.
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