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The purpose of this article is to report the response to a stimulating dose of tetanus toxoid in children previously (one and one-half to two and one-half years) immunized with combined diphtheria and tetanus toxoid, alum precipitated. The report of the initial antitoxin response in the...
It is difficult to understand why neutralizing antibodies against poliomyelitis virus are not always found in the serums of patients immediately after they recover from the acute stage of the disease. In a few instances in my experience they did not appear until a long time after...
The use of mercury preparations of various types in the treatment of disorders in childhood has been widespread for many generations. The value of mercury is beyond question, and the fact that few reports appear in the literature concerning idiosyncrasy to, or poisonings caused by, the...
It has been shown by several authors that of the tests of hepatic function one of the most reliable is the so-called hippuric acid test, introduced by Quick1 in 1933. This test is based on the response of the liver to benzoic acid administered as sodium benzoate. When sodium benzoate is...
The occurrence of a true congenital diaphragmatic hernia of the right dome is sufficiently infrequent to warrant report of an additional case.
REPORT OF A CASE
T. H., a white boy, responded promptly to resuscitation and appeared perfectly normal at birth. At...
The influenza bacillus was first isolated by Pfeiffer during an epidemic of 1889. The frequency of its occurrence led to the erroneous deduction that it was the cause of the disease. The modern presumption is that the epidemic was the work of a virus. Nonetheless, the concept that this...
Incredible as it may seem, five years ago the accepted routine in most hospitals for any patient found to have cloudy spinal fluid by gross inspection was the immediate intrathecal administration of antimeningococcus horse serum. This reflects the hopeless attitude which was shared by...
Recommendation for Action in Epidemics of Poliomyelitis.—The Committee on Therapeutic Procedures for Acute Infectious Diseases and on Biologicals of the American Academy of Pediatrics reports the following recommendation: "The wisest course is to postpone elective operations on the...
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