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Confirmation of the current theory of subclinical infection is reported by Kalter1 of State University, Syracuse, N. Y. This is based on a study of the development of influenzal antibodies in eight students engaged in research with influenza virus. Three stains of virus (PR8, Lee, and Fm-1) were...
Nontuberculous Pulmonary Diseases and Incapacity to Work.
—Drs. Durval Amorim, Ayrton Laroca, and Carlos Santos, of the Instituto dos Empregados em Transportes, an institution devoted to provide medical care, retirement, and pensions for the 135,000 workers of the transportation services of the...
Many physicians believe bromides have fallen into disuse and newer drugs have completely replaced them. This is far from the truth—people take large amounts of these "old-fashioned" remedies continually. Authorities tell us bromides should be discarded, but physicians still prescribe them, and...
During intensive x-ray therapy of structures close to the brain or spinal cord, sufficiently large amounts of radiation may be received by the brain or cord to produce serious damage.1 That this complication occurs more frequently than is generally realized is indicated by several studies made...
Rural Health Conference.
—The rural health committee of the Arkansas Medical Society, with the assistance of the Farm Bureau Federation, the Arkansas Dental Association, the Council of Home Demonstration Agents, and the Extension Service of the University of Arkansas, is sponsoring a...
The editor, Dr. Holzer, restricts himself to a general medico-philosophical introduction and relegates the main task to his associates. This treatise covers all types of therapeutic procedures, such as pharmacotherapy, physical therapy, therapeutic operations on the central and peripheral...
To an old radiologist trained in the Holzknecht (Vienna) and the Levy-Dorn (Berlin) early schools of roentgenology, there is a nostalgic and comforting thrill to this author's attempt to arouse or revive an interest in fluoroscopy. The technological triumphs of modern radiography would seem to...
The purpose of this study is (a) to examine critically the present methods of resuscitation of the asphyxiated newborn infant and (b) to present the results of a new method of resuscitation using positive pressures in an oxygen air lock for oxygenation and the expansion of gases to expel...
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