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The simple method of culture of human marrow1 is well adapted for the evaluation of therapeutic agents. It permits determination of their effect on living human cells, of the toxic dose and of the minimum effective therapeutic dose, and accurate control of concentration. Sulfanilamide...
Sulfanilamide has shown remarkable results in controlling many gonorrheal and streptococcic infections. Past experience with drugs synthesized on a benzene base prompted predictions of toxic manifestations involving the hemopoietic tissues, and this theoretical prognosis has been borne out in...
Approximately 2,000 men and women were employed in the fur-cutting industry in 1934, preparing the fur of rabbits and hares so that it could be used subsequently in the manufacture of felt hats. At an early stage in the manufacturing process the pelts are treated with a solution...
To the Editor:—
Recently it was brought to my attention that two proprietary bismuth-iodine products are being distributed to the medical profession for oral use in the treatment of syphilis. These two products are Bismuth-Iodine Compound, distributed by S. E....
Innumerable reports now testify to the effectiveness of sulfanilamide in the treatment of infections with the beta hemolytic streptococcus and with other organisms. Many published reports also indicate that toxic reactions frequently follow the therapeutic use of sulfanilamide. In a...
In the preface to this edition the author states that "from the medical press, as from many other sources, the author has received valuable suggestions, of which, in the preparation of this second edition, he has attempted to avail himself." As in the first edition, the references are...
There have been atlases of hematology published in the past the chief aim of which has been to aid the reader to identify various types of blood cells. While this volume serves that purpose well, it goes beyond that function. It is apparent from the organization and manner of...
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