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Ways and Means Will Vote on King-Anderson. —
Congressional hearings on the King-Anderson bill ended Jan 24 and the important Ways and Means Committee is slated to vote on the measure in February or March.
On the final day of the hearings, a California...
Possible areas of high priority for future studies were discussed in Chicago on January 31, by the five man research committee of the Education and Research Foundation of the AMA. It was the consensus that research endeavors can be conducted in three major divisions: (1) clinical, (2)...
At Baylor University Hospital, a box - of curved white plastic tubes sits among other surgical equipment, ready for use. The tubes are small—about 10 inches long and with a diameter of one and one-half inches —yet each one, when surgically anastomosed to the left atrium and the thoracic...
Approval of the Statement of Guiding Principles on the Operation of the Hospital Formulary System has been announced by the AMA, American Hospital Association, American Pharmaceutical Association, and the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists.
The formulary system is a method...
"Anticoagulant drugs utilized in patients with coronary artery disease may serve as the harbinger of a serious condition which may be unrelated to the primary disease," David A. Nathan, MD of the University of Miami School of Medicine said at the International Symposium on Anticoagulants...
"It's now fairly clear that factors other than the clotting properties of blood control the extent of bleeding into atherosclerotic plaques," J. C. Paterson, MD, of the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada, told the International Symposium on Anticoagulants in Ischemic Heart...
"The accumulated evidence of many years—scattered all over the world—suffices to maintain that anticoagulant therapy is of great usefulness in the treatment of ischemic heart disease in the prevention of thromboembolic complications," said Samuel Zajarias, MD, of the National Heart...
Awards, Grants, Fellowships
Work in the development of artificial heart valves will be undertaken at the Temple University Medical School, with a two-year grant of $124,920 from the John A. Hartford Foundation.
Julio C. Davila, clinical professor of surgery...
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