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The fourteenth edition of this well known book for mothers contains some minor changes and new material to bring it up to date. The book remains, however, in form and essence the work of the late L. Emmett Holt.
I felt justified in publishing a detailed description of this case because of the apparent scarcity in the literature of reports of cases of this type in infants, and since the one seen in this clinic presented many unusual features.
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The advantages of dextrose given intraperitoneally as recently demonstrated by Grulee and Sanford1 have been amply confirmed in this department. Because of its importance in therapy, it seemed desirable to devise a simpler method for the preparation of the dextrose. We have used no...
To the Editor:—In reply to Dr. Peterman's letter regarding two of our recent publications, I wish to say that we have placed no claim on the mechanical theory of epilepsy with reference to the effect of dehydration. Nor have we presumed to be the first to observe the dehydrating effect...
In a series of cases of acute nephritis in children studied on the Children's Medical Division at Bellevue Hospital in the past seven years, we have had the opportunity to observe the manifestations of this disease and to note its progress. Though we speak of it as a disease entity...
Sodium bicarbonate has been the alkali of choice for combating acidosis, especially for parenteral injection. The difficulty of sterilizing it is one of the main objections to its use. Palmer1 stated that sodium bicarbonate, after being boiled for ten minutes or autoclaved at 20 pounds...
This book was intended as a guide book for parents, but any physician who is interested in heredity will find it well worth reading. The physical and mental development of the child is discussed in full from the standpoint of heredity. There is a full bibliography. This book is well...
My object in this paper is to discuss a fact largely ignored in recent pediatric literature, namely, that the "true colic,"1 or vagogenic gastro-enterospasm of early infancy, is rather commonly complicated or followed by eczema of varying severity.
My observations are based on...
The study of the normal and pathologic metabolism of premature infants may be regarded as interesting and important from more than one point of view. The literature on the subject is fairly meager, though the knowledge has been increased greatly by recent investigations. My co-workers...
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