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In June 1942 an intern at the Philadelphia General Hospital suffering with subacute bacterial endocarditis was treated unsuccessfully by us with penicillin. The total dosage was 225,000 units given over a period of seven days. Similar results with relatively small dosage were observed by...
Although the agents available for the treatment of diabetic acidosis have remained the same for many years, there is today no universally accepted procedure in the management of this common medical emergency. No one will deny that the two most urgently needed substances are insulin and...
This tremendously practical and easily understandable book should become more popular in the medical schools of the United States. It is made up of twenty-nine chapters divided into two parts. Part one takes up the general principles of neurologic diagnosis and part two gives a...
Although rheumatoid spondylitis is one of the most crippling of the chronic diseases affecting the spine, it has evoked but little interest except among rheumatologists and orthopedists. Contrary to general belief, the disease is a fairly common cause of chronic back complaints in young...
APTITUDE TESTS FOR VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE
Tests for the appraisal of aptitudes and interests of high school students, with special reference to education and choice of a vocation, have achieved wide recognition. Certainly much useful information can be derived from the...
The discovery that a deficiency of niacin is directly related to the development of pellagra in man and blacktongue in dogs has not completely clarified the etiology of these conditions. For example, the relatively high incidence of pellagra in maize-eating populations is not entirely...
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