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"Doctors at Work" is the title of the sixth annual series of dramatized radio programs being presented by the American Medical Association and the National Broadcasting Company.
The series opened...
The concept of gonadotropic action of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland arose from the experiments of Philip E. Smith in 1926, in which the treatment of immature rodents with implants of fresh anterior lobe produced follicular growth and the formation of corpora lutea. Similar effects...
Occupiers of factories in Great Britain are instructed by means of this pamphlet about the makeup and location of first aid boxes, instruction of workers in first aid technic, construction and equipment of dispensary facilities in factories, the value of good accident records and the...
Programs to reduce infant mortality must take into account particularly the prevention of neonatal deaths. Studies thus far published indicate clearly that the factors responsible for neonatal deaths in many instances also contribute to fetal mortality. This book, which is a survey of...
This short and excellent manual on the treatment of shock was prepared by the Medical Research Council in cooperation with the army medical service of Great Britain. In the eight pages of the text the mechanism, the clinical recognition and the treatment of wound shock are considered. A...
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Many Americans with little regard for health will take any kind of unauthoritative advice on the proper treatment of disease. Poorly educated cultists, radio announcers reading advertising scripts, and careless or unethical pharmacists do...
Demonstration by Henle and Chambers1 of the University of Pennsylvania that mammalian mitochondria are organ specific and not species specific may result in radical revisions in current theories in the fields of allergy, immunology and endocrinology. The possibility that the different...
Suppression of lactation in the puerperal breast frequently is desirable or necessary. After premature or still births, toxemia of pregnancy and some cesarean sections, when there is malformation or abscess of the breast or cracked nipples and in the presence of certain constitutional...
The peritoneum itself is very resistant to infection. In this it probably represents a bactericidal ability beyond any other tissue in the body. This bactericidal ability is especially marked with intestinal organisms, such as those of the coliform group. That the peritoneum is...
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