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The mortality rate in Hemophilus influenzae meningitis was until recently above 92 per cent. Following the introduction by Alexander1 of rabbit serum containing antibody against type B organisms, which she employed in combination with sulfadiazine, a reduction in the mortality rate to 26...
To the Editor:—
In reference to the communication from Novak in The Journal, October 26, page 472, suggesting that cold packs would be a protection for the testes in the orchitis of mumps, it should be pointed out that the pathologic process in "mumps orchitis" is...
HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
MORRIS FISHBEIN, M.D. Editor, Journal of the American Medical Association and Hygeia, the Health Magazine Chicago
Following is the sixth chapter of a history of the American...
The use of p-aminobenzoic acid (PABA) in the treatment of several of the rickettsial diseases has been reported recently. Following the experimental work of various investigators, Yeomans, Snyder, Murray, Zarafonetis and Ecke1 gave the clinical results of the effect of p-aminobenzoic...
THE ATLANTIC CITY SESSION
Applications for Space in the Scientific Exhibit to Close January 13
The Committee on Scientific Exhibit of the Board of Trustees las authorized four special exhibits for...
This is a complete handbook, including chapters on skin tests, pediatric procedure, tropical medicine, legal medicine and toxicology, histologic technic and such recently developed procedures as penicillin assay and kidney clearance tests with inulin and diodrast. An appendix with...
Since Fleming's1 observations on the antibacterial action of penicillium in 1929, toxic reactions produced by and accompanying the clinical use of this medicament have constituted an important part of the extensive literature on penicillin. The observations by my associates and me are...
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