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Many bills of interest to the medical profession have been advancing in Congress.
The controversial $6 billion medicare bill has passed the House and is now being considered behind closed doors by the Senate Finance Committee following three...
A technique for percutaneous cervical cordotomy using standard hospital equipment has been reported by a group of investigators from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
Hubert L. Rosomoff, MD, said the technique is a modification of that described by John F. Mullan,...
The co-founder of the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology and a Nobel laureate have been appointed to the Committee of Scientific Advisors of the American Medical Association Education and Research Foundation's Institute for Biomedical Research.
When a computer is used to monitor patients in intensive care units, it is usually programmed to record data at predetermined intervals. Continuous monitoring and read-out, despite the advantage of providing a constant check on the patient's condition, is usually impractical because of...
The survey confirmed what most physicians—plagued by shortwinded but sometimes interminable complaints of patients, family, friends, and even colleagues—could have guessed:
"The number of smokers in the general population who have tried at some time to stop is exceeded only by...
An outbreak of staphylococcal enterocolitis in a large hospital called attention to the high incidence of staphylococcal pneumonia, surgical-wound sepsis, and other infections. The strain responsible was untypable with the international bacteriophages and appears to be a newly recognized...
Juvenile osteochondrosis of the hip is a peculiar childhood affliction. Although it has been studied extensively, little more is known than the clinical course of the disease and roentgenographic findings. An extensive study of 186 children with 204 diseased hips reflected all previous...
Adequate grounding of an electromechanical injector does not exclude the delivery of an electrical shock to a patient during injection of contrast substance. Seven episodes of ventricular fibrillation which occurred during cineangiocardiography indicated the possibility that they were...
There are divergent opinions about the etiology of iatrogenic heart disease and certain common precipitating causes which need to be stressed to physicians at this period of high public awareness and fears of heart disease. The manifestations of the syndrome (cardiac neurosis) are a...
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