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The subject matter of this book truthfully lives up to its title. It furnishes a small, but very practical, text for students and in particular for nurses.
The book is not in any sense of the word a reference work, although illustrations and material provide a source of...
This translation of the original report of Panum on an epidemic of measles in the Faroe Islands is accompanied by an introductory chapter and a biography. It is followed by appendixes containing supplementary reports.
To the reader this report of an epidemic disease in an...
The author states in the preface to this book that its purpose is "to incorporate proved nutritional knowledge into the entire field of clinical pediatrics for the dual purpose of buoyant positive health and effective nutritional therapy."
The first part deals with nutritional...
The literature on sinusitis in infancy and childhood is far too voluminous to review in a few pages. It deals, for the most part, with reports on patients who have been referred to hospitals because of infections in the respiratory tract or on children seen in clinics and in practice....
So much has been written about breathing machines that it would be worth while for every one to read the report of this committee. It is authoritative and lacks the bias and hysteria that characterize so many pseudoscientific articles on the subject.
The committee first tried to...
This book presents a comprehensive, objective clinical picture of the mental and physical developmental patterns of the first five years. It is almost entirely descriptive, portraying the behavior of normally developing children, with no attempt to theorize regarding behavior patterns....
A method for the determination of brilliant vital red in plasma has been described previously by one of us.1 In the present study we have attempted to show that the method is simple and accurate, that it may be used for determination of blood volume and that it dispenses with the use of...
Forceful and excessive vomiting is frequently encountered in infants during the neonatal period and is usually due to some disturbance related to the gastrointestinal tract. It may arise from disturbances other than those of the gastrointestinal tract, such as intracranial trauma, which...
Rachford Memorial Lectures.—Dr. James S. Plant will deliver the Rachford Memorial Lectures in Cincinnati on October 17 and 18. His subjects will be "Inflection Points in the Field of Behavior" and "Negativism, Its Treatment and Its Implications." These...
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