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[hospitals: Place For The Sick And Other Challenged Persons].
Revista Brasileira De Enfermagem. v. 51, n. 2, p. 253-62
Ornellas, C P
The hospitals were, since its source, a place of retirement and shelter of sick people. The Church, in Middle Age, founded hospitals in their monasteries, where sick people took care and a assistance, more religious than therapeutic. In the final of Middle Age the hospital became an exclusion's place for the crazy people, the leprous people, the bec people and the sick people were guided to. With de arisemens hospital became privilegious space where sick people could be observed and the art of care was consolidate. The apprehension of care practices by the capitalism way of production changed the welcoming character of the hospital that would be an instrument of work, productive space not only of treatment but, foremost, of values.51253-62
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