Adelaide Moulsdale (6535)

Admission Details for Patient: John Roberts (6535)

Name Mismatch: 6535 , 6512, 6536, 9382

Gender: Male Age: 60
Marital Status: Married Religion: Church of England
Occupation: General labourer
Address: Admitted from Conway Workhouse, Carnarvonshire

Date of Admission: March 14, 1905
Date of Death: May 11, 1905
Cause of Death: Senile Dementia - 5 months Apoplexy - 2 days cer

Disease: Senile Dementia
Supposed Cause: Not known

Medical Certificate:
Stating that he has just been to Church and that he was at the present moment walking at Llysfaen. Edward Jones, Master of the Workhouse, states that he threatened one of the inmates with an axe and says that he goes out daily to Llysfaen to see and do his work, when he never leaves the premises. Dr. R. Arthur Pritchard, 5 High Street, Conway.

Approximate duration of present attack: 84 days

Number of Previous Attacks: 0

Number of Previous Admissions: 0

Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0

Total Number of Admissions: 1

Relatives affected:

Epileptic: No

Suicidal: No

Dangerous: No

Clean Habit: No

Food Refusal: -

Sleep Habit: -

Destructive Habit: -

Disposition: Steady habit

Education: -

Physical/Mental State at Examination: Health good. Has been an inmate at Conway Workhouse since he was found wandering about a few weeks ago. A mental change was noticed to have commenced about 3 months ago. He is said to have been a steady man but they knew very little of his history.

Current Diagnosis: Vascular dementia (F01.0)

Case Notes

1905 Mar 21 - A short elderly man with brown hair, moustache and whiskers. Fairly good condition but dirty. Brown irides, pupils equal. Organs healthy. Mentally suffering from Senile Dementia, his memory for recent events quite gone. He is quite confused and mistakes the identity of places and persons Has not the least idea where he is at present. Eats and sleeps well but his habits are rather dirty. (Dates of subsequent notes are obscured by the death certificate). - Quite confused mentally. - Had a severe apoplexy stroke today. Quite unconscious.

- Died today without a return of consciousness.

Died May 11 1905.


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