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The following cases of occlusion of the esophagus of non-traumatic origin have been under my care in the wards of the Children's Hospital. The rather unusual occurrence of the condition in my experience and the importance of recognizing which type we are dealing with, on account of prognosis and...
While former authors have bestowed but little attention on the question of how the subjects of their investigations regarding metabolism behaved while under observation — whether they were still or moved — this circumstance of increased or decreased activity is of the most vital interest the...
In August last, Conradi and Bierast1 of the Hygienic Institute of the University of Halle reported the results of an extensive examination of the urine of diphtheria patients. They call attention to the fact, that, while diphtheria has been regarded as essentially a local disease, yet the...
Certain physiological functions are directly dependent on the surface area of the body. The heat elimination, as first shown by Rubner, and the excretion of carbon dioxid and the consumption of oxygen are pari passu proportional to the extent of the body surface. The study of the heat production...
The entire apparatus for simple syringe transfusion consists of two sets of cannulas, two tourniquets and twelve syringes.
Two sets of cannulas are employed, one for the donor, the other for the recipient (Figs. I and II).
There are three cannulas to each set (Fig. II; 1, 2, 3). Each...
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