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The Senate Committee on Education and Labor, after what has obviously been extended and thoughtful consideration, has reported with approval a revised measure (S. 191) for federal aid in the construction of hospitals and related facilities. Several important amendments are suggested by...
(From Our Regular Correspondent)
Oct. 13, 1945.
Improved Medical Services in Industry
Important recommendations for the training of medical officers, nurses and others concerned with the problem of health in...
Dr. Thomas Malcolm Blake has been named health officer of Winston County to succeed Dr. Hugh C. McRee, Hamilton, who resigned September 1. Dr. Marvin S. White, Hamilton, has been named to a similar position in Marion...
Dry gauze used to stanch bleeding in the open wound has, in the experience of most surgeons, been both life saving and hazardous. Hemorrhage has been checked which might otherwise have proved fatal, but the subsequent removal of the gauze which stuck to the raw surfaces often resulted in...
In 1940 Smith1 of the Fearing Research Laboratory, Brookline, Mass., demonstrated that the normal human menstrual discharge is highly toxic for rats and rabbits. Subsequent studies2 have shown that its toxicity varies in direct proportion to the amount of endometrial débris. From this...
The basic role of the Rh factor in the pathogenesis of erythroblastosis fetalis is now well established. Concerning the prevention and treatment of this condition, however, such unanimity of opinion is lacking. All authorities agree that, for an infant born alive with manifestations of...
Laboratory1 and clinical2 studies have shown that penicillin is highly effective against the hemolytic streptococcus. It is more active than sulfonamides in protecting mice against lethal infections with this organism.3 There are also a number of reports of hemolytic streptococcic...
The author presents his material for the layman and makes a rather dramatic effort to explain the various diseases and anomalies of the visual organ and its adnexa in simple language and by example. At times the language isn't quite simple enough. In the preface he defines what he calls...
This edition has been thoroughly revised and brought completely up to date in all scientific and technical aspects of the subject. The author employs the theory of ophthalmic optics in such a way that clinical aspects merge logically and in orderly sequence from their bases of scientific...
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