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During the commencement exercises occurring on the campuses of institutions of higher education throughout the nation this year, nearly 7,000 senior medical stduents will be awarded the degree of doctor of medicine. Soon thereafter they will initiate their graduate education as interns....
Of the many books that have appeared in recent years on the general subject of fluid therapy, this is probably the best. Although the author's purpose in writing this volume is "to present a concise discussion of total fluid therapy," the material covered is much wider than this,...
With the introduction of the blood bank in this country in 1937,1 the administrative responsibilities of blood replacement in patients have become centralized and organized. Placing the onus of adequate cross matching in the hands of a few has reduced the technical hazards of transfusion...
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Epidemics of poliomyelitis appear to start in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas, usually in March, and spread from there eastward and northward. Unfortunately, the Salk vaccine was not released until after April 12, when the epidemic had...
Each year since 1938 at its Annual Meeting the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association has chosen an outstanding physician to receive its Distinguished Service medal. The Board of Trustees submits three names to the House, and the final selection is made from these. This...
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Dr. Lawrence M. Williamson has been missing from his residence in Garvin County, Oklahoma, since April 15. At the time of his disappearance he was enroute to St. Louis to inquire about a position in that city and had also mentioned that he might go on...
The menopause is a period in the life of a woman that is characterized by gradual cessation of ovarian function plus emotional factors associated with advancing years. The exact proportion of such women who require treatment is difficult to ascertain but has been variously estimated....
This comprehensive manual is designed to assist the Air Force flight surgeon in his professional and administrative duties. The section on aircrew effectiveness is the largest and takes up the various stresses on the normal human body brought about by combat flying. This is the section...
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