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The second edition of Dr. Sollmann's work contains all the admirable features which made the first contribution preeminent. But the present work also contains the author's estimates of the advanced therapeutic and pharmacologic data up to January, 1922. There have been incorporated...
I have found the folded towel shoulder-cap here described useful to retain dressings on wounds of the shoulder, the axillary region and the groin. It has been used successfully as a shoulder-cap in combination with a swathe following operations on the breast, especially to complete the dressing...
The Jenner Centenary
The centenary of the death of Jenner has been commemorated in various ways. This notice in memoriam appeared in the Times:
—In honoured memory of Edward Jenner, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Physician...
International Conference on Standardization of Serums
In December, 1921, an international health conference was held in London, under the auspices of the League of Nations, to discuss the standardization of serums and serum reactions; in December, 1922, a second...
During a period of nine years (1913-1921), 2,322 patients with scarlet fever were treated at the Durand Hospital, with a total mortality of eighty-five, or 3.7 per cent. In two instances, death occurred suddenly and unexpectedly with only slight premonitory signs, and when each patient...
The patient, G. S. W.,1 who was born, Oct. 12, 1876, had attained the age of 46 years in 1922. His father, a physician, died in 1898 at the age of 64, from prostatic hypertrophy complicated by a mitral regurgitation and nephritis. His mother died in 1918 at the age of 70 years, from...
On December 17, a meeting in honor of Pasteur was held in the Atheneum. Sr. Salvatella, secretary of education, Professor Carracido, president of the Central University, Dr. Gimeno, professor of medicine, former cabinet member and Spanish...
It is well known that the frequency, severity and mortality of many diseases vary with different seasons of the year. That acute respiratory infections reach a peak in the late winter months, with a minor peak in the late autumn, is attributed to a lowered local resistance to infection...
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