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The theories with regard to the utilization of the energy of the different foodstuffs in muscular activity are experiencing some demands for revision. The assumption has been generally accepted that, while the work production—the muscular contraction—is primarily brought about by the...
This book is apparently the result of a long and painstaking study of the subject. Case histories, profusely illustrated by tables and charts, rather than theorizing, comprise its bulk. Evidence is presented to show that the usual clinical criteria of renal diabetes, such as the...
This is a compilation of the details of urologie practice employed by the author. While some of the personal views of this experienced urologist are interesting, this publication offers nothing that is not contained in the pertinent textbooks of former years. The illustrations are not up...
Artificial respiration by the prone pressure method is an important life-saving measure in cases of drowning, electrical shock, and acute artificial gas (carbon monoxide) poisoning. The patient must be kept warm. Inhalation of a mixture of 93 per cent oxygen and 7 per cent carbon dioxide...
The medical autobiographies that have become classic are already considerable in their number. Indeed, Garrison in the third appendix of his notable "History of Medicine" indicates references to more than a score of important contributions of this character. Of the intimate biographies...
(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.)
The Recording of Statistics on Disease
In place of the detailed blanks heretofore in use for recording disease statistics, certain leagues of Rhenish krankenkassen, taking account of the inaccuracies of medical diagnosis and the use of deceptive terms on the sickness...
The isolation of a streptococcus having peculiar neurotropic1 and immunologic properties,2 from the throat,3 spinal fluid,4 and brain and cord in poliomyelitis, its demonstration in the throat by the precipitin reaction,5 its microscopic demonstration in the lesions after death3 and in...
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