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Only an occasional report of twenty-four hour measurements of the energy exchange of infants is available in the literature. The published list comprises three observations by Rubner and Heubner1 and two by Talbot2a on normal infants. Actual balance studies of the total energy...
Karl Friederich Otto Westphal was born in Berlin on March 23, 1833, the son of a prominent physician of the same name. He studied medicine in Berlin, Heidelberg and Zurich. In 1857 he was made an assistant in the smallpox division of the Charité Hospital in Berlin, and in the following...
In determining the nutritional status of a child many investigators independently have concluded that the body build factor must be considered. Franzen1 in a comprehensive report gives all the possible skeletal measurements and their correlations with nutrition and health. Lucas and...
The fat-soluble factor, vitamin A, although not yet isolated in pure form and although totally unknown until the last decades, has held the attention of clinicians, through the manifestations of its deficiency, since the earliest times. Night blindness, one of the first symptoms of...
This part consists of a complete financial report for 1933 and the proposed budget for 1935.
The family group in pediatric practice has a cohesiveness which invites epidemiologic study. Lobar pneumonia would seem to be susceptible to profitable investigation by this method. Indeed, Shultz1 has already reported her findings in the families of twenty-one children with this...
Primitive art has an interest and charm, whereas the same technic in the hands of modern sophisticated artists yields results which are unsatisfactory, as is evidenced by much of the modern art. The mother and child shown in the illustration is the work of some unknown member of the...
The great need for the prevention of poliomyelitis prompted this study of the effects of parents' whole blood and convalescent serum used solely as a prophylactic measure. Poliomeylitis developed in a certain number of children who received the injections. We have attempted to correlate...
Dr. Grover F. Powers, professor of pediatrics, Yale University School of Medicine, was given the honorary degree of Doctor of Science by Purdue University in June.
Seventh Pan-American Congress on the...
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