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Of all patients that come to the general practitioner, including the rich, the poor and those of moderate means, less than 10 per cent require hospital care, and of the 10 per cent many are referred to some specialist.
It is evident, therefore, that the concern of the general...
The administration of a teaching hospital usually involves a system designed to serve a generous portion of part pay and free patients. It is with this sort of institution in mind that the views here expressed are formulated.
Usually, when hospital executives foregather, there is...
In the capital city of the nation, where I have the privilege and good fortune to practice my profession, medical men are confronted with a situation which has to be met in other cities of our country but which I think prevails to a much greater degree in Washington than elsewhere;...
In 1847 the American Medical Association was organized, listened to reports on the deplorable conditions in medical education, and adopted resolutions suggesting improvements. Like most resolutions, these had but little effect. Americans are much given to adopting resolutions on all...
Medical education cannot be discussed without consideration of other fields of education and of the community needs for medical service. More than 90 per cent of graduates go into clinical medicine, and it seems logical to examine some of the general problems with which clinical medicine...
This week The Journal presents the ninth annual compilation of statistics regarding hospital service in the United States. The information is based on complete returns from all hospitals, the figures have been checked, and the statistics are believed to be accurate....
The control of the health hazard due to abnormal air conditions causing silicosis is a matter of serious consideration in industry. In a summary of recent investigations, R. R. Sayers1 found that silicosis is a disease of slow evolution, seldom appearing in those under 40 years of age...
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