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Rh Immunoglobulin Dose Cut By 80%
An Rh immunoglobulin dose only one-fifth that currently in use appears to be effective in preventing maternal Rh sensitization.
Efficacy of single 1 cc injections of the γ-globulin provides at least a partial answer to the...
Retaining a distinctive personal style despite double authorship, this discursive book deals authoritatively with a wide range of clinical topics. The approach is often subjective. Personal preferences are reflected in selection and arrangement of subjects, in nuances of emphasis, and in...
John Jones, lithotomist of New York and Philadelphia, and one of five petitioners for the founding of a medical school under the aegis of King's College, occupied the chair of surgery upon approval of the petition; in keeping with the honor of such a post, he prepared the first text on...
For the most part medical texts either cover a narrow field exhaustively or review a broad subject in less detail, trying to emphasize key points. Sodemans' Pathologic Physiology exemplifies the latter.
That such a book exists today reflects the temerity of its authors and the...
To the Editor:—
Every ophthalmologist must have enjoyed reading the answer by Dr. Kaufman to the question about recurrent corneal erosion (200:1189, 1967). The most common error in patching an eye consists of using too little bandage, but too much is also not rare....
To the Editor:—
Dr. Hugh A. Johnson (201:143, 1967) stressed the hazard of blinding reflections from chromiumplated windshield wipers. He is so right, but he didn't go far enough.
The rule should be: "There must be no surface within the driver's visual...
This fine book is suitable for medical students and residents and for psychiatrists who wish assistance in their approach to patients. Conversational and personal in design, articulate in expression, it makes for pleasant reading.
The organization differs from most psychiatry...
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