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President's Health Message.—
President Johnson in a special health message to Congress urged approval of the King-Anderson bill.
The Chief Executive also asked that the Social Security medical-hospital plan for the elderly be supplemented with "adequate"...
Despite the wide variety of available cardiovascular drugs—nearly $122 million is spent for them annually—various pharmacologic needs remain unfulfilled, and there exists a certain confusion concerning mechanisms and rationale. To help physicians assess the current status of drug therapy...
All that is known about the action of digitalis is that it produces a positive inotropic effect on the cardiac muscle, Richard J. Bing, MD, professor and chairman of the department of medicine at Wayne State University, told the Cardiovascular Drug Therapy Symposium in Philadelphia....
Digitalis intoxication is, for the most part, no more than an extension of the drug's therapeutic effectiveness, Thomas F. McGarry, MD, instructor in the department of cardiovascular disease at Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, told the Cardiac Drug Therapy Symposium in...
"The ideal antianginal drug would be one which is selective in its action on the coronary arteries," according to Arthur M. Master, MD of Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, moderator of the panel on antianginal compounds at the Cardiovascular Drug Symposium sponsored by Hahnemann Medical...
A million-dollar high-pressure oxygen research and therapy center in Park Ridge, Ill, opened on Feb 5.
The hyperbaric facility, designed, constructed, and presently operated by the Borg-Warner Corporation, includes three interconnected pressure chambers. The chambers vary in...
"Since mental illness has been recognized as our nation's number one health problem, and because of the vast number of people in need of treatment, it behooves the nonpsychiatric doctor to improve his role in psychotherapy by improving his psychiatric knowledge," according to Howard...
In 1963, 12 outbreaks of botulism, accounting for 46 cases and 14 deaths, were reported in the US. This is the highest number of cases reported since 1939 and more of these cases (24) resulted from commercially processed foods than in any year since 1924. The products involved in the...
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