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THE NEED of the premature infant for vitamin D has generally been regarded as greater than that of the full term infant. It has been the common practice1 to administer high doses of a concentrate of vitamin D as a measure of safety. Shelling and Hopper2 and Gleich3 suggested daily doses...
THE TREATMENT of whooping cough is a problem which still presents a challenge. Its high mortality and severity in the younger age group have focused attention of physicians on this disease in an effort to find better ways to treat it. Until about ten years ago, the treatment of whooping...
INTEREST in encephalitis associated with measles has increased considerably within the last two decades. At the time of an earlier report by Neal and one of us (E. A.)1 in 1927, this condition was just beginning to be generally recognized as a distinct clinical entity. In 1928, Ford,2 in...
IN A RECENT paper, Darrow and his co-workers1 have discussed the production of acidosis in premature infants by the feeding of an unmodified protein milk powder. In this report the authors demonstrated that the excess of chloride over sodium in the protein milk is eliminated with...
IN VIEW of the widespread interest in the use of fluorine as a prophylactic agent for the control of dental decay, a consideration of the diagnostic criteria of fluorine toxicosis becomes of unquestionable importance to the pediatrician, as well as to the dentist. There is sufficient...
RESUSCITATION of the newborn infant is one of the major problems in the delivery room. The specific mode of treatment is still a controversial issue, and each clinic has its own routine to care for the emergency of neonatal asphyxia. The use of positive air pressure for expansion of the...
This book contains an amazing amount of information in detail so complete that it should prove an invaluable reference guide to many physicians other than orthopedists. Many varieties of surgical technic, with generous references to the works of other writers, make it an indispensable...
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