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PREMATURE infants as a group pass through their period of greatest danger in the first forty-eight hours of life—it is in this period that 90 per cent of the mortality among premature infants will be encountered.
Unfortunately the premature infant, having weathered this initial...
The editor of this recently published book, David E. Green, expresses in the preface his hope that this survey by some thirty research workers may assist biochemists, chemists and medical doctors in seeing biochemistry in clearer perspective and in its proper relation to other fields of...
IN THE monthly bulletin issued by the Children's Bureau in March 1942 there appeared the following statements: "Among the causes of neonatal deaths (deaths of infants under one month of age) in the report of the United Bureau of Census, premature birth played the chief role, accounting...
THERE were 3,668 recorded deaths from whooping cough in the United States in 1941.1 Of these, 2,572 occurred in children under 1 year, and 1,048 between 1 and 3 years. Ninety-four per cent of the deaths, therefore, were in children less than 3 years old. The incidence of the disease in...
THE FEEDING of premature infants in the hospital nursery will be discussed under three headings: (a) problems during the first week of life, (b) problems after the first week and (c) problems on discharge to the home.
PROBLEMS DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF LIFE...
THE GENUS Salmonella is a serologically related group of organisms occurring in human beings and animals. They are primarily enteric pathogens, but may produce various clinical pictures. These have been described as "typhoid-like," gastroenteritis or enterocolitis and sepsis with...
Physicians Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.—The following physicians were certified as specialists by the American Board of Pediatrics, after examinations held at Buffalo May 10 and 11, 1947.
Dr. Ruth Virginia Berney, Newark, N....
AMONG the anemias of infancy, and childhood, those due to hypoplasia or aplasia of the bone marrow are relatively uncommon. Early reports of "aplastic" anemias are clouded in obscure and often ambiguous terminology, and frequently the designation "aplastic" is based simply on the...
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