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This monographic study is on venous circulation which has been the subject of previous publications by the author and his pupils. After describing a new apparatus for continuous recording of the venous pressure in man, the author applies the results of the method to the interpretation of...
This work is one of the best examples of Latin-American typography that has come to view. The illustrations are excellent, the type attractive. The general make-up of the book commends favorable attention. The author, whose father was a famous medical teacher of Barcelona, has made a...
This well written book comes at a time that is most auspicious because of the discussions in speech and writings, much of which are unsound, of the nursing problem. It separates clearly the duties of the practical nurse as distinguished from the professional nurse, ward maids and...
During the decade just elapsed the importance of physical medicine in the treatment of fractures has become increasingly recognized by the rank and file of the medical profession. In the past the attention of the surgeon has been focused primarily on the bone itself, and treatment has...
To the Editor:—
I cannot agree with your comment in its entirety, specifically where you state that Dragstedt claims that the vagotomized stomach will secrete in response to insulin stimulation. In the November 1947 issue of Annals of Surgery, page 687, he makes the...
First Q Fever in San Francisco.—
Dr. Jacob C. Geiger, director of public health, City and County of San Francisco. on April 20 reported a case of Q fever in a man, a resident of California for three years. Presumably this is the...
To The Editor.—
I have just received from Dr. H. Earle Conwell of Birmingham, Ala., a reprint of his note to THE JOURNAL with regard to nomenclature of fractures. Dr. Conwell recommends the term "complex simple fracture" for "complicated simple fracture" and quotes...
The normal physiologic processes of the body are greatly altered during pregnancy and lactation, and additional demands are imposed on the maternal organism during each period. Digestion and absorption from the intestinal tract are frequently impaired, especially during the early months...
The use of blood and blood derivatives in medical practice is increasing. The intelligent application of existing knowledge and research into the value of blood substitutes during the war was à great contribution to medical science. Many lives in the armed forces were saved by human...
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