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Drug Advertising Standards.—
A plan for enforcement of the prescription drug advertising provisions of the Kefauver-Harris law has been put into effect by the Food and Drug Administration.
Under the law, prescription drug advertisements are required to show...
Investigations by the Federal Aviation Agency have uncovered evidence that disease states of pilots have caused aircraft accidents, M. S. White, MD, federal air surgeon, told the American Medical Association's 18th Clinical Convention in Miami Beach, Fla, Nov 30 to Dec 2.
A surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore has found that thrombectomy may become the treatment of choice for the relief of the acute symptoms of venous occlusion and may prevent the development of the crippling postphlebitic syndrome.
J. Alex Haller, Jr., MD, associate...
At the University of Southern California School of Medicine Shock Research Unit, computer monitoring of patients has proved an invaluable aid to the understanding of the nature of shock and to guiding therapy.
The shock unit, a four-bed ward in the Los Angeles County General...
Investigators at the University of Southern California Medical School have demonstrated that vasopressor agents, in addition to their recognized myocardial and arteriolar vasoconstrictor actions, have important effects on the venous circuit.
Moreover, these effects differ...
A New York anesthesiologist has suggested infusion of an octapeptide analogue of vasopressin (PLV-2) in rats in shock increases survival. S. G. Hershey, MD, working with V. D. B. Mazzia, MD, J. E. McKenna, PhD, and L. Gyure, New York University Medical Center, compared levarterenol...
A study of dogs in hypovolemic shock at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, has led to an evaluation of several anesthetic agents in regard to their efficacy in maintaining renal blood flow. William L. Collins, PhD, and Leonard W. Fabian, MD, Department of Pharmacology...
Cervical fusion definitely has a place in the treatment of some patients with severe extensionflexion injuries of the neck, two physicians from the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn, told participants at the annual meeting of the American Association for Automotive Medicine in Louisville,...
The medical profession can make its major contribution to reducing the number of auto accidents by helping to develop effective guidelines for driver licensing, said Paul V. Joliet, MD, chief of the Division of Accident Prevention of the US Public Heath Service.
Recent studies indicate that left atrial pressure elevation may be an important mechanism in increasing vascular resistance, according to one of the two pediatricians who won an E. Mead Johnson Award at the American Academy of Pediatrics in New York.
"The normal maturation...
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