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Medical research and hospital experience in the past ten years have indicated the value of air conditioning as an aid in certain therapeutic procedures. The experience of nearly fifty institutions using air conditioning in one or more wards has been reviewed in a recent report1 of the American...
Dr. Treadway Placed in Charge of Narcotic Farm
Dr. Walter L. Treadway, assistant surgeon general, U. S. Public Health Service, Washington, D. C., has been appointed medical officer in charge of the federal narcotic farm at Lexington, Ky., succeeding Dr. Lawrence...
From two state boards of health come announcements indicating changes in the quarantine regulations for scarlet fever. The Oregon State Board of Health1 promulgates a modification of scarlet fever quarantine, with the statement that it "has found it necessary to require more rigid...
The author has attempted to describe fully but concisely the clinical features of disorders of the hemopoietic system and the associated changes in the blood and tissues. This objective has necessitated much simplification without attendant inaccuracy, and on the whole the author has met...
Symposium on Oxygen Therapy.—
The Jefferson County Medical Society sponsored a symposium on oxygen therapy at a meeting in Birmingham May 16. The speakers included:
Allen D. Keller, Ph.D., professor of physiology and...
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