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Fatal CasesFactors Influencing the Incidence of Serum Sickness and AnaphylaxisKind of SerumAge and SexRaceAmount of Serum InjectedRoute of AdministrationPreparation of SerumAge of SerumHorse Producing SerumRepeated InjectionsSerum Sickness in...
With the expansion of social welfare organization in this country, there has been a rapid increase in the number of workers, and naturally there arises a great need for textbooks for instruction in the various fields. Drs. Raney and Shands have prepared a much needed primer on the...
Until recently little has been known concerning the immunochemistry of the causative organism of whooping cough. Haemophilus pertussis as isolated from patients with the disease in active form is an organism of unique characteristics. It is biochemically inert in standard fermentation...
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified by the American Board of Pediatrics after the examinations in Philadelphia on March 30 and 31, 1942:
Alfred Lawrence Abrams, Fort Bragg, N. C.; Rachel...
A previous paper1 reported on the preparation of pertussis toxin, its biologic effect in animals and the results of intradermal tests with this material in children. The work reported in the present article was an attempt to demonstrate neutralizing antibodies against pertussis toxin in...
During the past five years 123 spastic children have been examined in the children's psychologic clinic of the University of California Medical Center. Because of the frequent differences of opinion as to causation of spasticity in children and as to the role played by birth injury in...
This monograph of 168 pages is an interesting compilation of what practicing physicians, public health officials and the community should know about rabies. The author, Dr. Leslie Webster, is a recognized authority on filtrable viruses. He has devoted a number of years to work on rabies...
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