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In an article on the use of dramamine to control postoperative vomiting, in The Journal, Dec. 3, 1955, page 1342, the authors state that their statisticians at the University of Washington analyzed their results by the chi-square test and found p less...
• Acetazolamide, by inhibiting the carbonic anhydrase throughout the body, causes profound metabolic changes and affects the acid-base balance of blood and body fluids. Administered by mouth in a series of 126 patients with various forms of epilepsy, it gave practically complete control...
• Two patients exhibited profuse sweating limited to the temporal region on one side. The sweating accompanied salivation during the mastication of food and necessitated wiping the area repeatedly at every meal. In both patients there was a history of parotitis following abdominal...
Dr. Emerson Ward Blakney, Reform, pleaded guilty in the U. S. District Court at Birmingham to a violation of the federal narcotic law. On May 12, 1955, sentence was suspended, and he was placed on probation for...
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