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July 1, 1910, the preventive medicine annex of the Research Laboratory of the New York Board of Health took over the preparation, distribution and administration of antimeningitis serum from Rockefeller Institute. Jochmann, Kolle and Wassermann, the New York Board of Health and others had...
This paper contains the results of the Lange reaction on the spinal fluids of some sixty odd children and infants. We are reporting these because of the evidence that the colloidal gold reaction is of undoubted value as an aid in the early diagnosis of many cerebrospinal diseases occurring in...
Between Nov. 18, 1913, and Feb. 1, 1914, in Concord, N. H., and its immediate neighborhood, there were approximately two hundred cases of illness associated with the presence of acetone bodies in the urine. They were diagnosed as cases of acidosis, and while some were doubtless of an...
For the study of the metabolism of infants, especially new-born or premature infants, it is important to have perfect control of the temperature to which the child is exposed. Preliminary work on animals with a respiration chamber surrounded by water, the latter kept warm by means of a gas-flame...
The benefits of the antitoxin treatment of diphtheria are well recognized. From 1878 to 1894 in New York City the deaths from diphtheria per hundred thousand of population ranged from 110 to 264 and from 1890 to 1895 the combined diphtheria deaths in the larger European and American cities from...
In the last few years our knowledge concerning sugar in the circulating blood has made considerable advances.1 The keen interest aroused by the questions concerned with glycemia has led to the perfection of numerous methods which in turn have resulted in greater numbers of cases being studied....
Every physician who has had to do with infant-feeding in private practice has realized the need of a means of ascertaining the weight of these little patients conveniently and accurately. In many families scales are to be found and records of the babies' weights are kept; but usually no scale is...
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