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In August of 1955 the Central Artery Bank of the Chicago Heart Association issued its first lyophilized human vascular segments for transplantation to patients. Under the direction of the cardiovascular surgery committee of the Chicago Heart Association this bank has supplied vascular segments...
In most patients treated earlier with chlorothiazide, maintenance of the previous status was obtained with a dose of hydrochlorothiazide one-tenth that of chlorothiazide. An important advantage appears to be absence of complaints of weakness during early weeks of treatment. Intravenous...
Acute pancreatitis was diagnosed in three women, all 50 years of age or older, who had been taking 0.5 to 1.0 Gm. of chlorothiazide daily for two or three months in the course of treatment for cardiovascular disease. In no case was there a history of conditions usually considered as...
In the United States antibiotics are probably our most important and most widely used therapeutic agents, and it is unlikely that any one of us will pass from "cradle to grave" without having one or more administered to us for some sound medical reason.
Background to the Problem
In 1957, total...
According to its preface this volume sets forth a new way to look at preventive medicine and is intended for medical students, general practitioners, specialists, and workers in health agencies. It endeavors, through the contributions of 29 experts, to discuss the prevention of disease...
Chlorothiazide is a new orally given diuretic whose potency equals that of the parenterally given mercurial diuretics.1 While in vitro it appears to be a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, the latter effect is not strikingly evident in vivo.2 It acts directly on the renal tubules3 in a manner similar...
Professor Elek's new book is written for scholars in the field of bacteriology. It is not a compendium of information of general interest to clinicians. On the other hand, it should be read with great care by any clinician to whom the responsibility for staphylococcic infections has been...
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