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The third edition, coming ten years after the first, emphasizes both the flowering of biochemical research and the prodigious effort by busy teachers and scientists to keep up to date this popular text and reference. A growing number of physicians know biochemistry primarily through its...
Whereas physicians are familiar with patients' emotional reactions to a variety of diseases, a communication in a recent issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine1 focuses attention on emotional responses to a specific form of treatment —anticoagulant therapy.
From a series of...
AMINOPYRINE is one of the more potent of the nonnarcotic analgesics and antipyretics.1 Its once extensive use has diminished markedly because of its toxic effects on the bone marrow which produce leukopenia, neutropenia, and agranulocytosis, and sometimes result in death.2 In a special...
To the Editor:—
Communications have appeared and others are being submitted for publication (I have seen several finished manuscripts) which report a single case wherein withdrawal of meprobamate has caused convulsions in (and here is the catch) an epileptic. Such...
For viral vaccines to have prophylactic effectiveness against certain respiratory diseases, the infant must be protected against respiratory syncytial (RS) virus by 2 months of age, and parainfluenza and adenoviruses by 6 months of age, Robert M. Chanock, MD, E. Mead Johnson Award...
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...
Organization of an independent Section on Proctology of the American Medical Association represents another milestone in the recognition of our specialty. As chairman of the section's first meeting, I feel at the same time greatly honored and sincerely humble when I recall the arduous...
IMPLANTABLE CARDIAC PACEMAKERS are being used with increasing frequency in the management of patients with symptoms of a complete heart block. Although electromechanical control of heart rate would seem to demand a high level of both knowledge and professional concern regarding...
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