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A humidifying device typical of the apparatus generally used in connection with oxygen therapy was studied bacteriologically as a possible source of contaminant organisms in the hospital. Samples of water taken from the reservoirs of the humidifier revealed a marked degree of...
Gift for Memorial Laboratories at Stanford.—
Establishment of the William A. Ross Memorial Laboratories in the Medical Center under construction on the Stanford University campus after an initial gift of $100,000 from Mr. Ross'...
Farmer's lung is a potentially serious and crippling disease that results from handling a variety of dusty, moldy organic materials. The symptoms are shortness of breath, cough, fever, chills, weight loss, and hemoptysis. This condition differs from silo filler's disease in both...
During the years 1952 and 1953, the Office of Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York investigated eight fatal reactions after penicillin injection, and I published a report in the New York State Journal of Medicine of May 15, 1954, entitled "Eight Fatal Anaphylactic Reactions to...
BLUE SHIELD AND EDUCATION
What are the effects of Blue Shield on graduate medical education? Dr. Edward L. Turner, Secretary of the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals, and Dr. Ward Darley, executive director of the Association of American Medical Colleges,...
There is so much difference of opinion among psychiatrists and so many facets to the total field of psychiatry that it is impossible to write a definitive textbook. For this reason, several monographs, such as this one, covering one aspect of the subject have been published. The editor...
The frequency of pulmonary complications after surgery has been such as to indicate strongly the need of prophylactic measures, especially against postoperative atelectasis. Among etiological factors to be watched for are narcotics that suppress the cough reflex, dehydration, prolonged...
This book is a continuation of the publication of brief communications presented in the sections referred to as the "Surgical Forum" that are now an established part of the Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons. Most of the papers are excellent. They are brief and...
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