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Ways and Means Again Takes Up King-Anderson Issue.—
Hearings on the King-Anderson bill resumed Jan 20 before the House Ways and Means Committee with George Meany, President of the AFL-CIO, the lead-off witness.
Meany told the committee King-Anderson was...
Information such as this precisely indicating the exact size, shape and orientation of a lesion would be of value to the cardiac surgeon before he opens the chest. A "highly practical" method of viewing and photographing the heart in three dimensions has been developed in the...
"There is an involuntary conspiracy in the United States to bury the physician beneath a deluge of charts, forms, and other paper work," according to Carl F. Baumeister, MD, of the department of internal medicine at MacNeal Memorial Hospital and the Suburban Medical Center in Berwyn,...
Two technological advances—monitoring and telemetry—are aiding the cardiologist in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatement of coronary disease. Essentially, the two techniques inform the physician of his patient's cardiac activity, both in the hospital and in the patient's normal...
Awards, Grants, Fellowships
A $300,000 grant from the National Heart Institute has been awarded to William Hollander, MD, of the Boston University Medical Center. The fiveyear grant was made for study of the relationship between hypertension, atherosclerosis, and...
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