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New Facilities for Research in Aviation Medicine
A temporary building is now under construction adjacent to the laboratories of the Division of Industrial Hygiene, National Institute of Health, at Bethesda, Md., to house new facilities for research on problems of...
In 1930 the Baker Memorial Hospital introduced a plan for the hospitalization of middle class patients. The patient day rates were to be between $4.50 and $6.50 and the medical bill limited to approximately $150 for any patient. In the ten years that followed, bed capacity has increased...
Erysipelas, a common bacterial infection of the skin caused by the hemolytic streptococcus, is a disease entity particularly suitable for the trial of new chemotherapeutic agents. This is true because the location of the lesion makes it available for accurate study and because methods of...
Interest in halitosis, or abnormally foul breath, has to a large extent been preempted by the oral surgeon and the rhinologist; from the references in the general literature one would surmise that it is a rare disease instead of a common condition, so little interest in the subject...
Grip strength, as measured with a hand dynamometer, and "vital" capacity, as measured with a spirometer, are two of the oldest and most popular tests for what is vaguely described as physical fitness. Precisely what is measured in each case and what may be the significance of the...
This book leaves the reader in some doubt as to whether it is intended to promote the health resorts of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or to extol the October Socialist Revolution. It consists mainly of descriptions of various health resorts in the different autonomous Soviet...
The author intends this volume to be of value to those beginning the study of the fundamental principles of immunity in relation to the parasitic forms of life, but he assumes that the reader is well versed in the fundamentals of both parasitology and immunology.
The contents of...
Synthetic testis hormone (testosterone propionate) is being used with increasing frequency in the treatment of a number of functional gynecologic conditions. We have previously reported on its use in the treatment of the menopausal syndrome,1 functional menometrorrhagia,2 dysmenorrhea,3...
THE ATLANTIC CITY SESSION
Special Exhibits on Fractures, Lame Backs, and Home and Hospital Delivery
The Committee on Scientific Exhibit announces that there will be three special exhibits at the...
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