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Oral examinations of the American Board of Pediatrics will be held as follows:
In Chicago on Nov. 2 and 3, 1942, preceding the annual meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
In New York on Dec. 5 and 6, 1942.
All applicants expecting to take their oral...
Although the temperature regulation of adults has been carefully studied, no comprehensive simultaneous measurements of heat production and heat loss have been made for premature infants. Since one evidence of the functional immaturity of premature infants is their inability to prevent...
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The total blood volume of normal newborn infants was estimated by Schückling1 in 1879. Since that time seven investigations have been made, but in only four (Lucas and Dearing2; Bakwin and Rivkin3; Robinow and Hamilton4; Brines, Gibson and Kunkel5) were infants studied during the first...
It has long been recognized that records of the breathing of prematurely born infants demonstrate gross irregularities in rate and in amplitude, as well as in the points of maximum inspiration and expiration. This has been generally and rather vaguely accepted as due to immaturity of the...
To the Editor:—Because of requests for further information concerning the vi-delta liquid concentrate (Lederle) used in the work described in the article entitled "Prevention of Dental Caries by Massive Doses of Vitamin D," by Drs. Béla Schick and Hermann Vollmer and me, which appeared...
The intramuscular administration of parental blood serum for the prophylaxis of contagious diseases has been a routine procedure in the Morrisania City Hospital since 1934. Our experience with this method up to 1937 was the subject of a previous communication.1 The following...
Probably no phase of pediatrics is subject to more pitfalls of misinformation, mismanagement and lack of a sound understanding than the general problem of children's feet. Because of many factors, the medical profession in great part has neglected this particular field and left it to...
The Rohrschach test is used to measure the nonintellectual traits of a personality. It is considered by many as a valuable method for obtaining an objective, nonpersonal index of the emotional reactions of persons. It consists of showing the subject to be tested ten standardized ink...
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