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Procedures for studying isolation vary, and there is no typical laboratory isolation. The degree of contact between the isolated subject and his environment, especially his observers, must be defined in terms of distances, times, limitations of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic inputs,...
The authors of this admirable book dedicated themselves to the premise "that an understanding of normal physiology enables management of disease during pregnancy to be rational rather than empirical." This premise is ably and clearly developed. This book should be required reading for...
THE management of the diabetic-obstetric patient is an individual matter with each woman. The pregnant diabetic woman should be examined frequently, especially latter half of the pregnancy. She should then be seen once a week and, at times, twice a week. During pregnancy a normal blood...
Problems hitherto insoluble because of the formidable amount of calculation involved can now be left to machine computers of either the analog or the digital type. Both types are being applied to medical problems. They not only speed up calculations but can also be wired in such a way as...
Colonel Steinkamp Awarded Medal.—
Lieut. Col. George R. Steinkamp, chief, Department of Astroecology, Division of Space Medicine, School of Aviation Medicine, has been awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal. The citation...
Surgeons have been reluctant to perform ileostomy for intractable ulcerative colitis in young women because the existence of the ileostomy was believed to militate against pregnancy and subsequent parturition. This belief is unsettled by a study of seven patients with ileostomy and...
Dr. Fitch Wins Vitamin Award.—
Dr. Coy D. Fitch Jr., an intern at the University of Arkansas Medical Center, Little Rock, has won the three-year Russell M. Wilder Fellowship of the National Vitamin Foundation, given to one man in...
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