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In this book the public is given information in easily understandable form regarding the development of the sulfonamide compounds, new anesthetics and surgical procedures used in the war. Several of the chapters concern the work of the Russians. Much of this report is so incomplete as to...
GENERAL HOSPITALS DESIGNATED FOR SPECIAL SURGICAL TREATMENT
The War Department, Washington, D. C., on March 6 issued the following memorandum:
It has become evident that certain diseases and injuries will require treatment...
To the Editor:—
With American medicine girded for the war effort, the unlimited and unrestricted use of so valuable an edible animal as the rabbit for pregnancy tests seems to be exceedingly wasteful. Even if attempts are made to operate on the rabbits in an effort...
DOCTORS AT WAR
Radio broadcasts of Doctors at War by the American Medical Association in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Company and the medical department of the United States Army and the United States Navy are...
Forces generated by underwater explosions incidental to marine disasters due to operations of war have produced physical injuries which we call the syndrome of "hydraulic abdominal concussion." The outstanding feature of this condition is the forceful compression of the abdomen...
Much has been said about the rationing of foods in Great Britain, and the present volume describes some of the food problems which that country is meeting. There is a chronology of all food control orders issued in Great Britain from Aug. 31, 1939 to the early part of 1942. It is pointed...
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