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The early laboratory and clinical experiences with streptomycin have already indicated that the problem of acquired resistance may be of considerably greater importance with this agent than with the sulfonamides or with penicillin.1 The rapid development of extreme degrees of...
With the introduction of new drugs there is always the possibility that an occasional patient will manifest an unpredictable toxic reaction. We are reporting a case of fatal aplastic anemia following the use of Tridione (3,5,5-Trimethyloxazolidine-2,4-dione, Abbott) and methylphenylethyl...
This textbook has been designed particularly to introduce to medical students the point of view of preventive medicine. It introduces the problems of public health from the community point of view, including the social aspects of medical care. The author recognizes that many of the...
Fourteen members of the faculty of the Graduate School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania have contributed to this volume on a system of gastroenterology. The present volume is concerned with the liver, the gallbladder, the pancreas, gastrointestinal parasites and a number of...
Organic microanalysis is an important tool in medical research and other biologic studies. As such this fourth English edition, based on the methods established by Pregl, should be welcomed by microchemical analysts. The book has been revised and edited with much more regard to...
STREPTOMYCIN IN TULAREMIA
CAPTAIN ABRAHAM M. GORDON Medical Service, Army of the United States
The clinician has diligently sought and, on occasion, direly needed a specific therapeutic agent for the treatment of Pasteurella infections. In this country the...
To the Editor:—
Mr. De Kruif states in his letter that the scientists who worked with Demerol were neither notified of the Congressional hearings held in connection with the introduction of the bill to bring isonipecaine under the provisions of the federal narcotic...
ARMY TO RECALL 1,000 NURSES AND 100 MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS
The War Department recently announced that 1,000 former Army Nurse Corps officers and 100 additional medical administrative corps officers would be recalled. Major Gen....
To the Editor:—
In Mr. de Kruif's article on Demerol in the Reader's Digest he admits that "the possibility does exist that the relaxing action of the drug can result in a person's desire to continue its use." However, he goes on to state that "this does not mean...
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