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DURING the past 18 months, there have been sporadic references in the literature and in the popular press to the ingestion of the lowly morning glory (Ipomoea) seed. This phenomenon is apparently one more evidence of man's search for substances that will profoundly affect his thinking...
Factors involved in the controversy over single unit blood transfusions were discussed by E. E. Muirhead, MD, Detroit, during the American Medical Association's Conference on Blood and Blood Banking, Dec 11 and 12, in Chicago.
Muirhead, who is director of the Department of...
ALTHOUGH it had been recognized earlier that the peritoneum was a semipermeable membrane, its utilization for dialysis in the treatment of uremia was not described until 1923.1,2 Technical problems and infection prevented popular adoption of peritoneal dialysis for more than 20 years,3...
The complexity of modern medical care and, more directly, the shortage of highly trained personnel present a need for increased interdependence of nurse and physician. Whereas a poor delineation of duties between physician and nurse has emerged, a clearer delineation between the...
On p 306 of the Oct 26 issue of The Journal, the name of one of the members of the Committee on Aerospace Medicine was inadvertently omitted. Don Flickinger, MD, Washington, DC, should be added as a member of the committee.
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