Medical institutions are on the brink 45% of beds in Gifu prefecture are filled
If you write the contents roughly
Even so, the number of inpatients continues to increase, and the tendency peculiar to winter is even more serious.
While the "third wave" of the new coronavirus infection is rampant, even medical institutions in Gifu Prefecture are becoming more and more tense with each passing day ... → Continue reading
Wikipedia related words
If there is no explanation, there is no corresponding item on Wikipedia.
"hospitalized patient"(Nyuinkan,The Resident Patient) Is a British novelist,Arthur Conan DoyleShort story by.Sherlock Holmes seriesThis is the 56st work of 21 short stories. British "Strand MagazineAnnounced in August 1893, USA, "Harpers Weekly" August 8, 1893 issue. Second short edition published in the same year "Sherlock Holmes Memories''(The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes) Was recorded in.
When Trevelian opened, Bresington decided to live as a patient admitted to his hospital, following the proposal of Bresington, who offered to sponsor for speculation. About a few weeks ago, Blessington said he was upset that there was a robbery nearby, and told him to lock the lock in the room more sturdy.
Two days ago, Trevelian received a letter requesting that his father be examined, and the next day, the patient's parents and children came. A seizure occurred during the medical examination, but the patient disappeared with his son while Trevelian took the medicine. But the next day, or today, they come back and continue their medical treatment. That night, Blessington treacherously interrogated Trevelian when someone had invaded his room. There was a footprint of a third party. Perhaps the son of the patient who came today seems to have invaded, and the doctor asks Holmes to clarify the truth of the case. Holmes visits the hospital to investigate, but Holmes hardens his attitude against Bresington's allegation that he doesn't know who he is aiming for, and he terminates the investigation.
The next morning, Blessington is found hanging around and Holmes challenges the mystery of the incident. Police speculate that it was a suicide, but Holmes concludes that it is a well-planned murder, and finds that there were three criminals from the footprints and cigar butts.
- ^ Jack Tracy, Sherlock Holmes Encyclopedia, Masato Higurashi, Kawade Shobo Shinsha, 2002, 243-244
- "Inpatient": New character, new pseudonym - Aozora Bunko(MikamiTranslation)
- "Patient and cohabitant": New character, new pseudonym - Aozora Bunko(Translated by Okamichi Mikami and translated by Yu Okubo)