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This page makes available relevant WWI combat stress and neuropsychiatric readings from the 1929 U.S. Army Medical Department text (Volume X), Neuropsychiatry In The United States and Neuropsychiatry In The American Expeditionary Forces.


1. Each patient on admission to have a hot drink.
2. Each patient to have three full meals a day unless otherwise ordered.
3. Do not discuss the symptoms with the patient.
4. Be firm and optimistic in all your deaJings with these patients.
5. No one is permitted in these wards unless assigned for duty.
6. The rapid cure of these patients depends on food, sleep, exercise, and the hopeful attitude of those who come in contact with them.

. . . .evacuation to the rear was painted in gloomy colors. The patients came to realize that leaving the division, or unit, meant probably the opportunity forever lost of having a part in its present victories and consequently in future honors and rewards.

Emergency Treatment In The Expeditionary Forces - Part 1

Emergency Treatment In The Expeditionary Forces - Part 2

War Neurosis Treatment In The Expeditionary Forces

Neuropsychiatry Training In The United States

Observation and Treatment In The United States

Full text available online from AMEDD History site