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The term "professionalization" as employed in this discussion refers to the establishment of suitable educational and professional standards for public health personnel. In the older professions of medicine, law and dentistry, it became necessary to protect the public against unqualified...
Through the kindness of the Frigidaire Division of General Motors, the opportunity was afforded to study the effect of air-conditioned atmosphere on individuals suffering with symptoms of hay fever and pollen asthma.
A room large enough to accommodate four bed patients was...
During the autumnal hay fever season of August and September 1932, further studies were carried on to determine the effects of filtered air on patients suffering from autumnal hay fever and hay asthma.1
In this experiment the air for the eight bed ward was filtered by two special...
The literature of recent years is replete with articles dealing with the early pneumonic complications following anesthesia and operation. The frequency and gravity of these conditions have everywhere been recognized. But as their etiology was obscure, the suggested means for prophylaxis...
A knowledge of the disorders of motility of the iris is frequently of considerable help in pointing to, if not determining, many abnormal conditions of the body as functional and organic disturbances, especially toxic and central nervous system diseases. The knowledge should be used by...
Abstract It is the widespread prevalent opinion that the economic strain and material loss of the present financial crisis has been provocative of a great increase in mental ill health. There have been many statements in the lay press and a few in the medical press regarding this relationship,...
The incidence of malaria in Nebraska is exceedingly rare, and the following explanation of how one new case originated seems quite interesting for that reason:
B. R., a man, aged 37, was seen, January 17, by students in the outcall service of the University of Nebraska College of Medicine, at...
Three years ago I1 published a short report of progress on the use of ephedrine in a case of myasthenia gravis. The correspondence that has developed with physicians and relatives of patients having myasthenia gravis seems to make a further report desirable.
In the past three years, except for...
The recent reports on the use of methylene blue (methylthionine chloride, U. S. P.) in carbon monoxide poisoning and in cyanide poisoning prompted us to prepare and have available for use in the accident ward and on the ambulance 50 cc. units of a sterile, aqueous 1 per cent solution of the dye....
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