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In the Federal Register for November 301 is an order signed by John L. Harvey, acting commissioner, Food and Drug Administration, indicating the first permissible use of an antibiotic as a food preservative. Chlortetracycline has been cleared for use in the processing of fresh-killed...
• Twenty-six compounds have been compared with a placebo as to effectiveness in preventing seasickness in 16,920 soldiers and airmen crossing the Atlantic. The most significant benefit was obtained by using 50 gm. of meclizine once or thrice daily, 50 mg. of cyclizine thrice daily, or 25...
This compilation of 26 articles constitutes a supplement to the first series. Most of the contributors are from England, but some are from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Johannesburg, Ontario, Amsterdam, Stockholm, and Baltimore. Among the more interesting chapters are the following: The Mechanism...
HEPATITIS DUE TO CARBARSONE
REPORT OF TWO CASES
Col. Robert S. Nelson (MC), U. S. Army
Of the numerous arsenical compounds used in treating disease, the amebacides are usually conceded to be the least toxic, and carbarsone...
Medical research has become one of the widely discussed and probably one of the most important subjects of the day. With the growing interest of the public and government officials, as well as scientists in general, research is receiving ever-increasing support and its horizons are...
• Dislocation of the head of the radius without fracture of the ulna was observed in nine otherwise healthy children after various injuries and in three additional children with various neuromuscular disorders. The first four cases of the series were recognized early and reduced...
Dr. Harry Eagle, chief of experimental therapeutics, National Microbiological Institute, Bethesda, Md., will give the Morris Herzstein course of medical lectures March 12-16 at Stanford University School of...
FACTS AND FEELINGS ABOUT NEWSPAPER MEDICAL COVERAGE
2. SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION, EXAMPLES, AND PROBLEM OF MEDICAL ETHICS
Harry A. Wilmer, M.D., Ph.D., Menlo Park, Calif.
In the early part of this century the medical profession did...
• In one set of observations on 10 children with severe mental retardation, increased tendon reflexes, and resistance to passive motion, the dosage of zoxazolamine needed to produce a definite decrease in muscle tone was found to range from 30 to 140 mg. per kilogram per day. This dosage...
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