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Elsewhere in this issue is a preliminary estimate, prepared by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals, of the probable demand for advanced graduate training by returning medical officers. The report suggests ways in which efforts may be applied to meet the need. Returns on the...
The methods of administering penicillin described in the current literature are (1) continuous intravenous infusion, (2) repeated intramuscular injections and (3) topical application. In none of this voluminous literature have I been able to find any description or recommendation for giving this...
Dr. Frank M. Hall has resigned as director of the Limestone County Health Unit in Athens to organize a similar unit in Gainesville, Fla., it is reported.
Condemnation Proceedings Started for...
Fetal erythroblastosis in by far most cases appears to be the result of Rh incompatibility on part of the father and the mother. Does the demonstration of such incompatibility bring with it practical means for the prevention and cure of erythroblastosis?
At present the main if...
Industrial Health in Wartime reviews recent pertinent literature under headings of silicosis, metal poisoning, insecticides and fumigants, carbon monoxide, carbon disulfide, benzene and its homologues, explosives, rubber, chlorinated naphthalenes and diphenyls, radioactive luminous...
Gregg reported in 1941 at the annual meeting of the Ophthalmological Society of Australia a series of 78 cases of congenital cataract occurring in babies between December 1939 and January 1941. With few exceptions their mothers had suffered during the early stages of pregnancy from an...
This book is written by members of the Michigan State Medical Society under the editorship of its cancer committee. The Michigan Department of Health contributed toward the expenses of publication. Like that of similar books in other states, its purpose is to "assist the physician in...
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