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Annual Report on Health of the Army
Loss of time in the U. S. Army during the calendar year 1939 was the lowest for over twenty years, with a noneffective rate of 26.6 per thousand of army strength, according to the report of the surgeon general for the fiscal year...
The use of heparin as prophylactic against thrombosis has arisen through our increased knowledge of this substance gained during the last few years. The latest developments in this field have been reviewed in two monographs of recent date.1 The chemical nature of heparin is known. Being...
The rapidly increasing use of high pressure appliances in industry, in which oil or grease under 4,000 to 7,000 pounds pressure is forced through small caliber openings generating an energy when misdirected, will undoubtedly result in severe tissue damage, often resulting in necessity for...
The important role that electrocardiography is coming to play in clinical medicine is exemplified by the rapid succession of books on electrocardiography, of which this one by Graybiel and White is the most recent. It follows the plan already established in several preceding books of...
In recent years, atabrine (dihydrochloride of methoxychlorodiethyl amino-pentyl amino-acridine) has been described as a specific parasiticide for Giardia lamblia. Our clinical experience has substantiated this claim, and we are of the opinion that it is now possible to study the effects...
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CLEVELAND SESSION
MINUTES OF THE NINETY-SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, HELD IN CLEVELAND, JUNE 2-6, 1941
MINUTES OF THE SECTIONS
The recent increased interest in the importance of plasma in the treatment of surgical shock has focused attention again on the question of the origin of the proteins in the plasma. Unlike tissue proteins, which are manufactured by each cell for its own purposes, the plasma proteins must...
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