Admission Details for Patient: R C P (9420)
Gender: Female Age: 34
Marital Status: Single Religion: Congregationalist
Occupation: Domestic servant
Address: Conway Workhouse, Carnarvonshire
Date of Admission: April 16, 1920
Date of Discharge: August 24, 1920
Discharge Category: Recovered
She imagines that she hears voices calling for her. She states that she wants to be at the bottom of the sea. She gets quite incoherent in conversation at times and then will not answer questions. Deputy Chief Constable George Thomas Guest of the Police Station, Conway, states that she was found wandering at large at 3.15 am at Llandudno and she said that some one was calling to her. She also said that she wanted to have a bath and clean clothes then. Supt. Nurse Margaret Jones of The Union Infirmary Conway states that she was very violent last night and wanted to get out through the window. Dr. J. R. Williams, Conway, 16th Apr 1920.
Approximate duration of present attack: 3 days
Number of Previous Attacks: 0
Number of Previous Admissions: 0
Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0
Total Number of Admissions: 1
Physical/Mental State at Examination: Fair health and condition but suffers from deafness. Restless and talkative, puts on very superior airs and does not realise her position. Conversation becomes rambling after a time.
Current Diagnosis: Acute transient psychosis (F23.9)