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This is an admirable exposition of the physical principles involved in roentgen-ray work. It also enters into the details of construction of the individual items of apparatus used in the production of roentgen-ray exposures. The author states that the several chapters presented are an...
Urinary derivation is the name coined by the French for the diversion of urine when conditions require that another outlet for this product be furnished, either temporarily to permit the healing of a wound, or permanently in case of incurable injuries or organ removal. In this brief...
(Physicians will confer a favor by sending for THIS department items of news of more or less general interest: such as relate to society activities, new hospitals, education, public health, etc.)
Tributes to Physicians.
Ethyl chlorid is a serviceable anesthetic, though it has limitations. Its proper field is in the induction stage, as a preliminary to ether anesthesia for children. For adults, I have found that nitrous oxid is better; but it may also be used as an adjunct to ether for adults. Its greatest field...
Dismissal of Medical Officers of the Hospital Staffs
In view of the financial stress in the new era of the republic, which necessitates a sharp reduction of all expenditures incurred by the state, the hospitals also will be considerably affected by the activities of...
The acute anaphylactic shock in dogs is characterized by a sudden pronounced fall in arterial blood pressure. This fall usually begins about forty seconds after the beginning of the intravenous protein injection. The pressure usually reaches a minimum of about 25 mm. of mercury by the...
To the Editor:
—In the editorial on "Intestinal Worms and Appendicitis" (The Journal, January 27, p. 256), which gives a review of recent work on the agency of worms, particularly the ordinary pinworm, in the production of this trouble, no reference is made to work...
—In the item published under the foregoing head (The Journal, Jan. 20, 1923), it should have been stated that Prof. A. J. Carlson, University of Chicago, was elected president of the American Physiological Society, C. W. Green, Missouri, reelected secretary, and Drs. John R. Murlin,...
To the Editor:
—The statement in the editorial on the deaths of physicians in the United States in 1922 (The Journal, January 6) was to the effect that the death rate of physicians in 1922 was 17.73 per thousand, making it appear that this was a rate comparable in...
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