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Early in the investigations of the Chicago Pneumonia Commission,1 it was found that the death rates from the acute respiratory diseases were exceedingly high in children under 5 years of age, and that, therefore, the occurrence of the diseases at this age period deserved special...
We desire to place on record a case of auricular fibrillation occurring in a child, aged 4 years. So far as we have been able to determine, this is the youngest patient hitherto reported. The data concerning the previous instances in which auricular fibrillation has been detected in...
In a previous article, entitled "Light and the Antirachitic Factor," Frans Faber and I1 maintained that the so-called antirachitic factor was not specific, because in addition to the antirachitic effect it also had an activating influence on other functions, and, moreover, that it could...
The main purpose of this first communication is to describe the apparatus and technic for measuring the respiratory exchange of children, in investigations that are to be reported subsequently.
During the course of these studies, we had occasion to determine the basal metabolism...
This book is a reprint, with corrections of an article published in the February, 1925, number of the American Journal of Roentgenology and Radium Therapy. The author aims to present to the medical profession, and especially to those interested in bone tumors, a classification of such...
Ketosis is a common event during childhood. Acetone bodies usually appear in the urine and breath of children following operative procedures; they frequently accompany acute infections, and their presence may readily be induced by fasting and by low...
Aycock and Amoss1 have reported the recovery of a patient having severe poliomyelitis, with an ascending paralysis which involved the respiratory muscles. As a last resort, they gave the patient an intravenous injection of hypertonic Ringer's solution and an intraspinal injection of...
During the last two years, the use of insulin in various degrees of malnutrition in infancy has been studied with increasing interest and with varying results. Viewing their own work with a critical eye, all authors are not agreed as to the value of this procedure....
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