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Nasleđe
2015, iss. 16, pp. 57-64
article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published on: 14/12/2015
doi: 10.5937/nasledje1516057S
The antituberculosis dispensary in Mladenovac by architect Milorad Pantović
Beograd

e-mail: markostojke@gmail.com

Abstract

Study of healthcare architecture requires background knowledge of the subject but also a basic knowledge of the overall healthcare situation and, possibly, of the nature of particular diseases at the time a particular facility was built. Sanatoria constitute a distinctive phenomenon in the history of healthcare architecture. Designing them required knowledge of the nature of the disease and treatment regimens. Tuberculosis saw its last surge in the first half of the 20th century, when a number of sanatoria were built across Europe. The era of systematic tuberculosis prevention and treatment facilities in Serbia began after the Second World War. One of the architects engaged in designing such facilities was Milorad Pantović who designed the antituberculosis dispensary in Mladenovac.

Keywords

tuberculosis; sanatorium; dispensary; Milorad Pantović; Mladenovac

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