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In this small textbook, written in Spanish, are discussed the mortality for infants and the newborn in Caracas and the diseases and treatment of the premature and the newborn infant.
Physicians Certified by American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified by the American Board of Pediatrics after the examinations in New York on March 29, 30 and 31, 1945: Dr. Olga E. Allers, Brookline, Mass.; Dr. Ben Arbor, New...
In spite of all the work that has been done to determine what is normal blood pressure for various ages, too little has been done with reference to the blood pressures of children. Several series of children have been studied, but the age
groups were rather small for good...
The therapeutic problems presented by congenital pancreatic deficiency form two groups, those relating to nutrition and those presented by the characteristic infections of the respiratory tract. It is possible that the susceptibility to infection is a sequel to the difficulty in...
There have been a number of previous reports of partial or complete heart block associated with congenital cardiac lesions in infants. Nevertheless, this condition is not common. Holt and McIntosh1 made the brief statement that congenital complete block is usually not associated with...
In a preceding report1 the initial flora of the upper respiratory tract of newborn, premature infants was described with reference to its source, character and time of appearance under various environmental conditions. A similar study of full term infants is presented here. The objects...
The subject of the rat-bite fevers has been ably reviewed recently by Brown and Nunemaker.1 These writers and others (Albritten and associates2 and Kato3 have stressed the fact that there are two rat-bite fevers: one caused by Spirillum minus and the other by Streptobacillus...
Roseola infantum, a common disease of infancy and early childhood, was first described by Zahorsky,1 in 1910. This syndrome did not attract much attention until Veeder and Hempelmann2 published their paper, in 1921. These authors suggested the name exanthema subitum and were the first to...
In the second edition of this work the increase in size by some hundred pages does not completely represent the amount of new material. The authors explain that further additions were made possible by omission of several tables which appeared in the first edition and by a more economical...
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