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This small pamphlet describes the bed, clothing, feeding and general care of the premature infant. It contains no information that is not presented much better in any pediatric textbook. The purpose of the book is not apparent. Certainly it is of no use to the doctor; perhaps it is...
To the Editor:—Since publication of the paper on addition of apple to the diet of infants (Reithel, F. J., and Manville, I. A.: Advantages of Adding Apple to Milk Formulas, Am. J. Dis. Child. 56:237 [Aug.] 1938) I have received inquiries as to where the apple powder may be obtained and...
Although nicotine has been recognized as a poison for over three centuries, fatalities in children from the administration of this substance are of sufficient rarity to warrant a report of this case.
REPORT OF CASE
F. B., a Negro girl aged 8 years, was in...
In many cases, the arterial oxygen saturation will decrease with disease of the lung. The decrease may be caused by various factors:
1. Diminished ventilation may result from (a) stenosis of the air passages, e. g., stenosis of the larynx and bronchi due to inflammatory...
The E. Mead Johnson Award for Research in Pediatrics.—At the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Pediatrics the offer of Mead Johnson & Co. to establish the E. Mead Johnson Award for Research in Pediatrics for ten years was accepted by the Academy. A Committee...
All the usual diseases of children, including the exanthems, are considered. Symptoms and differential diagnosis are discussed exhaustively, while etiology, pathology and treatment are purposely omitted. The diseases are grouped in their natural sequence and are described in a running...
Motor restlessness in the form of incoordinated, unsystematized, grotesque uncontrollable movements occurs in a number of morbid conditions, such as Huntington's chorea, double athetosis, Sydenham's chorea, Wilson's lenticular degeneration, Strümpell-Westphal pseudosclerosis and dystonia...
Abstract The methods employed until 1933 in the treatment of gonorrheal vaginitis1 in children were largely those recommended for the treatment of gonorrhea in adults. For many years treatment with various antiseptics and gonococcocides was in vogue. They were applied in baths, douches,...
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