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The Health of the Physician
In an inaugural address to a course of "Industrial Diseases" Dr. E. Graham Little, dermatologist and member of parliament for London University, spoke on "The Health of the Medical Practitioner." He said that the "decennial supplement to...
(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.)
This is one of the most important volumes of the new comprehensive treatise on histology. It deals with epithelium, connective tissues, hematopoietic organs and blood. Schaffer's scholarly chapter describes in detail all kinds of epithelial cells, cilia and similar formations, cuticulae,...
In this paper there might properly be considered the preventive treatment of heart disease. This would include the proper management of acute and chronic general and focal infections whose relation to acute carditis and so-called chronic fibrous myocarditis is rationally assumed, rather...
To the Editor:
—I was much interested in reading Dr. Magnuson's article "Fractures of the Metacarpals and Phalanges" (The Journal, November 3). In fractures of the metacarpals and first phalanges, I use a crossbow traction splint adjustably attached to a plaster cast...
The increasing tendency toward specialization in surgery as well as in every other branch of modern medicine has resulted in the evolution of new forms of publication. So detailed is knowledge in many fields that the monograph is required to a greater and greater extent for presenting...
Hospital Finance in Australia
The continual inadequacy of funds for public hospitals is reflected in the appeals for increased government grants and voluntary subscriptions and the shortage of bed accommodation. In New South Wales the minister for health recently...
Abstract This communication is called forth by the repetition of statements to the effect that "no satisfactory evidence has been brought forward to show that the synergism. of magnesium sulphate and morphine occurs in animals or in man."1 To my knowledge, the following definition of synergism...
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