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In a case of profound hypothermia, peritoneal dialysis was utilized with a dual purpose, removing barbiturate and rewarming the "core" in advance of the "shell." Recovery without any sequela occurred from a body temperature of 69.8 F (21 C).
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In "Busulfan Treatment of Leukemia During Pregnancy" (199:131, 1967), Dugdale and Fort conclude, "Busulfan when used alone and in the usual dosage is not toxic to the human fetus." This conclusion is based upon two facts: (1) In all instances (ten...
The weights of insured persons are not representative of the weights of the general population; they appear to be appreciably lower. This is particularly marked in the case of women. The trend toward decreasing weight in insured women is contrary to the actual trend toward increasing...
Technological progress often generates anxiety. Fear of labor-saving machines, all-pervasive among factory workers during the earlier years of the industrial era, lingers on. And even now there are some who, seemingly secure in their jobs, view with apprehension the arrival of each new...
Jean Baptiste Emile Vidal was born in Paris and received his classical training at the Lycée Condorcet.1 With his parents he moved to Tours; there he began medical studies which were completed in the faculty of medicine in Paris. Then followed service as an extern and later as an intern...
This second edition includes material presented in the first, just five years ago, plus six additional chapters which describe recent electromyographic research. Slight reorganization of subject matter has improved the order of presentation. Some new illustrations have been added, and...
Mental Hospital Release Rate Increases
The number of patients in state and county mental hospitals has declined for the 11th straight year, according to the Public Health Service.
The resident patient population dropped from 475,202 in 1965 to 452,000 in...
Abstract To the Editor:— Adverse effects attributed to chloroquine therapy include agranulocytosis, dermatitis, hepatotoxicity, myopathy, neuropathy, psychosis, and retinopathy.1-3 The mechanism of these toxic reactions is unknown, but vascular spasm, possibly secondary to vasculitis, is...
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