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Although much of the usual material concerning water and electrolytes is presented in this monograph, emphasis has been placed on physiology pertaining to particular operations or anatomic segments. This is commendable. Of particular interest is the section entitled "Philosophy in the...
To the Editor:—
In Medical News in The Journal of Dec. 20, 1958, on page 2160, a statement appears which is frequently made and is not quite correct. It is in regard to the Elizabeth Blackwell award, and it states that Elizabeth Blackwell was "reportedly the first...
A new book entitled "Digest of Official Actions of the American Medical Association House of Delegates—1846 thru 1958" is now ready for publication. It should be of great value as a reference work to all state, county, and local medical societies; all medical school administrative...
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MINNEAPOLIS MEETING
ABSTRACT OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AT THE CLINICAL MEETING IN MINNEAPOLIS, DEC. 2-5, 1958
The actions of the House of Delegates at the Minneapolis Meeting are...
A physician, aged 63 in 1958, consulted one of us (P. D. W.) in November, 1933, because of symptoms of fatigue and a daily precordial ache dating back six months. There was no angina pectoris on effort. Nitroglycerin had no effect on this ache. He had always been well and active and had suffered...
The nucleus of medical scientists existing in every hospital can serve as a valuable source of energy, enthusiasm, and ideas if it is properly organized. The plan here described started with a scientific advancement committee appointed by the medical staff. Its activities have discovered...
The material in the second edition of this annual publication is presented in abstract form for each drug under its official or otherwise recognized nonproprietary (generic) designation, with synonyms, including trademarks, shown parenthetically. The drugs are arranged alphabetically...
ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION
Brookhaven Medical Research Center.—
The nation's newest atomic medical research center, including the world's first nuclear reactor designed specifically for medical use, was dedicated at Brookhaven National...
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