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Reports of deaths due entirely to transfusion of whole blood are fairly rare. Reports of deaths due entirely to transfusion of plasma are still more rare. I have been unable to find any report of a fatality due to plasma transfusion in the English literature between the years 1927 and 1940. The...
The number of obituaries of physicians published in The Journal during 1940 was 3,633, of which 3,450 were of the United States and 183 of Canada. Four died in Puerto Rico, 3 each in China and Mexico, 2 each in Italy and Hawaii, 1 each in Africa, Brazil, India and the Philippine Islands....
This textbook is written primarily for the medical student so that he can follow daily assignments in class work. The description of the various conditions are clearly and briefly done. The reading of the text is unusually easy. There are twenty-four chapters, starting with diseases of...
This work represents an attempt to present for the physician, pharmacist or student an index of the nonpharmacopeial medicinal and other preparations which have found more or less favor in the practice of therapeutics. The therapeutic agents described therein are presented with varying...
The national defense program, which contemplates the training of an army of 1,400,000 men, will require, according to the statement made by Major Swift before the Senate Committee on Military Affairs, from seven to eight thousand reserve medical officers for each of the next three or...
This is a somewhat unusual book on mental hygiene. Intended primarily for nurses, it is simply written and suitable for the general reader. The writer assumes the attitude of a kindly and understanding adviser who attempts to explain the biologic bases of behavior and the nature of...
Malarial parasites were discovered in birds only a few years after the description of malarial parasites in man by Laveran. Not only has work on them been closely related with the work on the parasites of man but they have played an amazing part in the development of knowledge regarding...
To the Editor:—
I am enclosing a record of a medical family which I think rather interesting.
I am staying at the home of the last name, Dr. Richard M. Titterington, who supplied me with these facts.
Grandfather: Adam L. Titterington M.D. Born...
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