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This book is material proof of the stupendous growth of the literature since 1895, when Baumann discovered iodine as a normal element of the thyroid. The contents are thoughtfully arranged in four chapters: (1) historical review, (2) methods of iodine determination, (3) physiology of...
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A common method of connecting the patient to apparatus for a basal metabolism test is by means of a rubber mouthpiece. The nose is closed by means of a nose clip. With some patients this works very well but with many patients with large or irregularly...
Pharmacognosy as a separate branch of pharmacy has lost ground in schools of pharmacy during the last twenty-five years. Rarely is a pharmaceutic chemist nowadays called on to identify botanic drugs. This task is left to the expert possessing the necessary technical and practical...
Practically every case of granulocytopenia can be traced to an underlying sensitivity to certain drugs, such as aminopyrine, arsphenamine, dinitrophenol and, more recently, sulfanilamide. The introduction of sulfapyridine as a therapeutic agent in pneumonia has led to its widespread use....
GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
A PROGRESS REPORT OF THE FIELD STUDY ON GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES BEING CONDUCTED BY THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND HOSPITAL
Cancer Institute Lends Radium
Hospitals in twenty states and the Territory of Hawaii will shortly receive loans of about 8.5 Gm. of radium from the National Cancer Institute, the U. S. Public Health Service has announced. The radium is now being tested by the U. S....
The Seventy-Sixth Congress adjourned sine die August 5 without acting on the Wagner Health Bill, S. 1620. The Senate Committee on Education and Labor, however, submitted a preliminary report1 August 4 and announced its intention to submit a definite report soon after the next session of...
The first significant advance in the study of the metabolism of tumors was made by Warburg,1 who developed evidence of an altered carbohydrate metabolism of tumors. Thus was shown the ability of tumors to ferment aerobically from 90 to 95 per cent of available dextrose with the formation...
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