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Endotracheal intubation has sometimes been followed by laryngeal granuloma in spite of the best prophylactic measures. This occurrence does not necessarily reflect unfavorably upon the anesthesiologist. Two cases here cited show that some patients tolerate an endotracheal tube for days...
This is a series of lectures given before the staff of the North Shore Hospital in Winnetka, Ill., where the author is the medical director. One of three such monographs, it is written in understandable terms by physicians who specialize in the subjects presented. An attempt is made to...
The growing interest in fitness and its evaluation makes this a timely volume. The author has geared the book to the level of prospective teachers of physical education. At the same time, he has included sufficient statistical method to permit students to become capable of scientific...
RURAL HEALTH CONFERENCE
"Rather than drive a car into a bustling metropolis for medical care [some rural folks] would rely on home remedies..."
"We need less people in agriculture..."
"The student in his years of training sees a preponderance of...
Prednisone was used in the treatment of 30 consecutive patients with ITP (idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura) under conditions that permitted the establishment of a satisfactory base line for metabolic and hematological studies, especially as to platelet count and other coagulation...
The efficiency of ethoheptazine as an analgesic was investigated in two series of observations. The first series, involving 71 patients with arthritis and other painful conditions, was set up to compare the effects of lactose as a placebo), aspirin, aspirin plus codeine, aspirin plus...
This report presents another case of vitamin A deficiency in an infant treated for eczema with a formula of soybean milk without vitamin A supplement (Mull-Soy). The Vitamin A deficiency developed by the third month of life, probably because of low prenatal stores of Vitamin A. The mother was on...
Observations of the course of peripheral vascular disease were made in 1,198 patients who satisfied certain criteria as to signs and symptoms. The patients with coexistent diabetes were found to have a 10-year mortality rate of about 38 % compared to 11 % for nondiabetic patients....
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