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The cause, prevention and treatment of puerperal sepsis have been discussed since obstetrics began to have a literature of its own. It is held as a reproach to the medical profession that puerperal sepsis still continues to take such a large toll of human life and that efforts for its...
In hands of average competence and ability, inflammation of the appendix represents a surgical condition that should not and usually does not involve mortality. Yet owing to the lack of appreciation of the significance of early symptoms and because of "home treatment" and delayed...
In recent years it has become customary to begin articles on acute appendicitis with an apology. Since appendicitis is still the most common acute abdominal lesion, and since its etiology is unknown and its mortality rate is higher than it was fifteen years ago, it would seem that it is...
Despite the almost innumerable tests of renal function that have been suggested, we feel justified in presenting a new procedure because of its distinct advantages. The essential criteria of a practical functional test of clinical value are: (1) simplicity, (2) safety, (3) specificity...
The relatively large number of articles concerning the adrenal1 "cortical hormone" that have been published during the past five or six years may lead clinicians to believe that such a hormone has been actually isolated and is available as an effective remedy for treatment of Addison's...
As early as 1868, Trousseau1 reported the observation that muscular exercise decreased the glycosuria of diabetic patients. Similar observations have been reported by Zimmer2 and by Mering and Finkler.3 Külz and Rumpf,4 on the other hand, found that while in some diabetic patients the glycosuria...
The purpose of this report is (a) to present summaries and discussions of (1) the experimentally determined facts relating to the bacteriophage phenomenon, (2) the laboratory and clinical evidence for and against the therapeutic usefulness of bacteriophage and (3) the relation of so-called...
Krim-Ko Company, Chicago, manufactures the Krim-Ko Chocolate Flavored Drink Base, and licenses its use, the name Krim-Ko, and standard advertising under definite contract conditions.
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