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This book, which can be carried in the pocket, is designed to give interns a ready source of the kind of information they need in prescribing rationally for patients in their charge. The body of the book contains a list of drugs selected from the Pharmacopeia and New and Nonofficial...
Syphilis of Central Nervous System
Prof. Dr. M. Schacherl delivered, in the Medicinisches Doktoren-Collegium, an address on the treatment of syphilis of the central nervous system, which he divided into lues cerebrospinalis, and tabes dorsalis and dementia...
The sixth British pharmacopeia was issued in the latter part of 1932, marking the end of an eighteen year period during which the pharmacopeia of 1914 had provided standards. As might be expected after the lapse of this long interval, the current revision has been quite extensive. In...
Recent press dispatches have reported the use of methylene blue solutions in the treatment of cases of carbon monoxide poisoning in San Francisco. This brief note is presented for the purpose of correcting certain statements made in the newspapers and of clarifying impressions that may have been...
In Berlin, an organization of blood donors for the municipal hospitals is to be worked out after the pattern of that already existing in the state of New York. The need of such organization is widely felt, for transfusion for therapeutic purposes has...
To the Editor:
—In The Journal, April 23, 1932, page 1498 appeared a review of a pamphlet entitled Some Phases of Dental Education in the United States, by Alfred Owre, dean of the Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery. The pamphlet is notable as one...
Wells, Graham and Havens,1 have described the precipitation of diphtheria toxoid with aluminum potassium sulphate, following the method of Glenny and Barr.2 Havens and Wells3 have recently reported further work with completely precipitated toxoid. To the toxoid, prepared in the usual...
To the Editor:
—Two features of the high cost of medical care have been too much neglected in past discussions: unnecessary hospitalization of patients by physicians, and unduly high cost of hospital construction.
During the past two decades there has been...
To the Editor:
—In The Journal, Dec. 24, 1932, appeared an interesting article entitled "Cystine Nephrolithiasis," by George H. Ewell, M.D. Attention should, however, be directed to the following misstatements in Dr. Ewell's communication:
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