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“Sanitorium” and “sanatorium” refer to a medical facility which is specially run for patients who are suffering from long-term illnesses. These facilities were mainly associated with people who were suffering from tuberculosis.What is the difference between an asylum and a sanitarium?
The difference is that an Asylum usually refers to a state run facility, while a Sanitarium is privately run. Although there is some overlap between the two terms. As for all the people saying that it refers to a TB hospital. True, that may be where the term began.What is a tuberculosis sanatorium?
A 1978 Finnish postage stamp depicting the 1933 Paimio tuberculosis sanatorium by designed by Alvar Aalto. A sanatorium (also spelled sanitorium and sanitarium) is a medical facility for long-term illness, most typically associated with treatment of tuberculosis (TB) in the late-nineteenth and twentieth century before the discovery of antibiotics.Why do we keep sick people in sanitariums?
A sanitarium was just meant for people who were sick from a disease, like Tuberculosis. It was better to keep sick people in sanitariums to prevent the rapid spread of the disease. Even if that meant that these people didn't get the real care they needed because there were not enough doctors or nurses to wait on them.