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Measles continues to be one of the ever present communicable diseases that baffle the effort of preventive medicine. The outlook for some mastery over its perennial incidence, however, is growing brighter. Ten years ago the possibility of immunizing susceptible children to measles with...
Urologists generally exercise caution in emptying the overdistended bladder because grave complications may follow a rapid, complete evacuation of urine. Sir Henry Thompson1 tells how he wasonce summoned to help defend a brother practitioner who was charged with manslaughter because his...
ABSTRACT OF MINUTES OF MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, HELD IN CHICAGO, SEPT. 7, 1928
A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association was held in Chicago, Friday, Sept. 7, 1928.
DISCONTINUATION OF SPANISH EDITION...
An experience gained by operating on fifty thousand cataracts is not negligible. The views expressed by Colonel Smith deserve serious consideration, though they are radically opposed to the views that have gained universal ophthalmic acceptance with time, experience, experimental work,...
Dr. Yandell Henderson's article "The Prevention and Treatment of Asphyxia in the New-Born"1 is a friendly challenge to the physician to do better work in resuscitation than he has done in the past, or to yield to the supremacy of the fire department.
If the physician is to be...
An intimate relation exists between the activity of the heart and muscular exertion. An adequate supply of oxygen is necessary for the reparative processes of muscle that follow contraction; and for the suitable distribution of the respiratory element the circulatory mechanism is brought...
Public Health Services in Amsterdam
The communal service celebrated recently the twenty-fifth anniversary of its establishment. In 1903 the new institution began to function, and the quarter of a century that has since elapsed has witnessed considerable development....
Improved Social Conditions in London
Dr. R. King Brown, health officer for Bermondsey (a large riverside working class district), takes occasion in the report for 1927 to make a survey of the public health since his appointment twenty-seven years ago. Many changes...
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