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This is based on the required course in the Medical School of the University of Chicago. The author notes the current need for greater emphasis on this field in the curriculum of medical schools than has been accorded in the past. The war, the shrinkage in the time and distance relations...
This article describes the successful employment of the sodium salt of penicillin in a case of Staphylococcus albus osteomyelitis and septicemia, with a description of the technic employed, and comments on the side reactions when the drug was given intravenously and intramuscularly.
Dr. Roy Kracke Named Dean at Alabama.—
Dr. Roy R. Kracke, professor of pathology and bacteriology and chairman of the department at Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ga., has been named dean of the new Medical College...
At no time in medical history has the economics of obstetric care been of greater importance than at the present. Preserving maternal and infant life and decreasing maternal and infant mortality are vital to the continuation of our nation in the face of the destruction of life wrought by the...
The revised edition contains an increase of seventy-six pages and fifteen illustrations. The volume is unique in the content of so many color photomicrographs of histopathologic processes. Many improved pictures replace previous photographs and are presented in colors strikingly similar...
Modern skill has brought no more useful aid to humanity than the artificial limb, or.prosthesis, which transforms a helpless dependent into a useful member of society. The modern limb maker is a highly skilled artisan who is eager to aid the surgeon in the rehabilitation of his patient....
To the Editor:—
On page 568 of the February 26 issue of The Journal Dr. E. B. Potter of Seattle makes a statement about a previous publication of mine (New England J. Med. 227:594-602 [Oct. 15] 1942) to which I object on the ground that it is incorrect.
The term shock has been loosely applied to a number of apparently unrelated conditions. Many regard it as a state of acute circulatory failure characterized by prostration, apathy or stupor, tachycardia, feeble regular pulse and diminished blood pressure. The effects of syncope, fright,...
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