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The rate of the heart varies widely in normal persons and may be increased temporarily by many different causes. Among them are excitement, exertion, pain, the ingestion of food, the drinking of coffee or tea and the smoking of tobacco. Acceleration is observed also in numerous states of...
STREPTOMYCIN AND PROMIN IN EXPERIMENTAL TUBERCULOSIS
Guinea pigs infected with tuberculosis were employed by Smith and McClosky1 to determine whether streptomycin has any beneficial effect, to compare the results of streptomycin therapy with the sulfone promin and to...
The major portion of this book is devoted to discussions of anatomy, physiology and some of the pathologic processes of the various systems of the body. The discussion follows the classification of the Standard Nomenclature of Disease. The remainder treats of such subjects as vitamins,...
In order to evaluate the local use of penicillin in infections of the ear, nose and throat, a study of a group of patients was begun in February 1945 for the purpose of taking advantage of the seasonal peak in the incidence of upper respiratory infections. The study continued for three...
In April 1944 the preliminary report by the members of the Commission on Influenza on the prophylactic value of vaccination against influenza appeared in The Journal.1 The virus for the preparation of the vaccine was obtained from allantoic fluid of embryonated hen's eggs inoculated...
REPORTS OF OFFICERS
REPORT OF THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL SERVICE AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
To the Members of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association:
Immediately after the final session of the House of Delegates in June...
Considerations Governing Location of Physicians in California.—
With the approval of the Council of the California Medical Association, the state chairman for the physicians Procurement and Assignment Service, Dr. Harold A....
My first object in this paper is to describe a particular variety-of delirium, one which differs from other varieties in the extent of the patient's disorientation: Whereas in other varieties the patient is disoriented in the three spheres of time, place and person, disorientation in the...
This volume is written by an experienced food and drug consultant on problems relating to the laws governing food manufacture and marketing. The laws themselves are not reproduced but their application to all aspects of food labeling is discussed in detail. Following a brief historical...
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