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The introduction of the benzothiadiazine diuretics in 1957 revolutionized the therapy of edematous states. These compounds were the first truly effective and nontoxic diuretic drugs that could be taken orally over a prolonged period. Furthermore, they proved to be valuable adjuncts in...
A group of South American investigators have found that certain changes in fetal heart rate are consistently associated with acidosis and hypoxia in utero and should be considered reliable signs of fetal distress.
Previously, it has been suggested that measuring pH in utero and...
When a cell has been invaded by a virus, it produces something called "Interferon." This protein material appears in the virus-infected cell, diffusing out of it and into neighboring cells. These neighboring cells are then resistant to infection by viruses, sometimes to the same one that...
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In recent years studies of sleep deprivation have described numerous transient hallucinatory experiences and brief psychotic episodes following many hours of sleeplessness (Arch Gen Psychiat15:29, 1966, etc).
A recent case of an adolescent...
LIVE oral poliovirus vaccine is responsible for the almost complete elimination of paralytic polio-myelitis.1,2 Henderson et al's1 data reveal the risk of paralytic poliomyelitis from live oral vaccine to vary according to the vaccine type and age of the recipient. The rate for type I...
In the new fifth edition, Holzmann places current contributions to Clinical Electrocardiography in scholarly perspective, with older concepts often neglected. He thoroughly renovates the text, adding only 46 pages more than in the fourth edition. The sections on hypertrophy of the...
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