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Medicare Bill Advances.—
The Senate Finance Committee approved an expanded medicare bill costing $6.8 billion per year, $800 million more than the House-passed bill.
The Senate was slated to begin debate on the measure after the Fourth of July holiday, and...
Much effort has been directed toward investigation of early gestational influences responsible for cardiac and vascular malformations. Less well appreciated is the fact that late gestational influences also can alter cardiovascular development, and that these resultant cardiovascular...
In a series of 35 femoropopliteal arterial homografts reviewed by a group of University of Rochester investigators, all grafts patent beyond one year eventually became aneurysmal.
"This finding has led us to believe that all similar sized homografts that remain patent will...
Charles L. Hudson, MD, Cleveland internist, was named president-elect of the American Medical Association by the House of Delegates at the 114th Annual Convention in New York.
Hudson had served on the AMA's Board of Trustees since 1961, when he was named to fill an unexpired...
The illness or injury is terminal. The patient is comatose. Extraordinary medical measures are maintaining life, but how extensively and for how long should they be employed?
About 130 professional persons, almost equally divided between clergy and physicians, took part recently...
Studies of 117 patients on long-term sodium heparin therapy disclosed cumulative evidence of a relationship between prolonged use of large amounts of heparin and osteoporosis. No symptoms of osteoporosis developed in 107 who received 10,000 units of concentrated sodium heparin once daily...
In a study of the social class background of students in four medical schools, it was found that approximately 12% of the students came from the lowest social classes. Approximately 54% of the total US population is classified similarly. The school with the least expensive tuition fees...
Variations in the absorption pattern of aspirin in enteric-coated tablets and in solution were compared between subjects and between doses in any one subject. Absorption of enteric-coated tablets was complete but the rate was extremely variable. On the other hand, administration of...
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