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ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION MAINTAINED FOR TWO YEARS
In this day of complex mechanical devices for the care of the sick, it is refreshing to observe that the simple things at hand sometimes serve the purpose well. A unique example is found in a case of progressive...
This report concerns the ninety-three cities dealt with in the recent article on typhoid,1 and the rates are calculated on the basis of the population figures used in that article. The number of diphtheria deaths in each city has been reported to us by the respective health department.2...
In the wide publicity that has been accorded the subject of intestinal obstruction, little attempt has been made to separate high obstruction from low obstruction. In the average discussion of either type both the symptoms and the treatment are based on a summation of observations made...
Although psittacosis was known prior to 1929, the epidemic of that year and the attendant publicity brought the disease to the attention of almost every physician and health officer in the country. There have been repeated occurrences during the intervening years, but the fact that the...
This edition of Joslin's diabetic manual for the mutual use of doctor and patient is thoroughly revised and constitutes a valuable form of this standard textbook. It is packed full of useful information, encouragement for the patient with diabetes, and warnings against carelessness. It...
Successful chemical antidotes in the treatment of experimental cyanide poisoning are methylene blue, sodium nitrite, triose and sodium thiosulphate. Within limitations, all these agents, except triose, which has not been tried in man, have a demonstrated clinical usefulness. Their...
Venereal Disease Information
The U. S. Public Health Service wishes to call the attention of physicians to the monthly abstract journal Venereal Disease Information, published by the service for the past ten years for the information of physicians, health officers...
This is a reprint from the Journal of the Michigan State Medical Society of a series of lectures given by Dr. W. B. Cannon to commemorate the one-hundredth anniversary of the publication of Beaumont's essay on digestion. These lectures deal with thirst and hunger, the important relation...
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