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Unilateral Lung Lavage Clears Obstruction
Unilateral pulmonary lavage has been found to be safe and therapeutically useful in some patients with obstructive airway disease, report three North Carolina physicians.
Fifteen clinical trials have been performed...
A high incidence of anemia has been found among Biafran refugee children arriving at the Ivory Coast. A previous Medical News article (JAMAMedical News207:2366 [March 31] 1969) erroneously referred to many instances of leukemia. Only one child with leukemia has been discovered thus far,...
Between August 1962 and May 1968, 140 renal transplantations were performed. Of the patients in this series, prior to transplantation, three were found with severe epiphysiolyses of the femoral heads, one with stress fractures of the femoral necks, and three with avascular necrosis of...
Two elderly women had hemothorax as a complication of anticoagulant therapy for pulmonary infarction. To our knowledge, this complication has not previously been reported. Both patients were treated with heparin sodium and warfarin sodium following pulmonary infarction. Excess...
A state medical association can have a strong role in continuing medical education if it represents the physician, bears the responsibility and privilege for continuing education of its members, and recognizes today's needs and inadequacies in this field. It can act as a catalyst between...
Electrocardiograms were recorded continuously during 103 consecutive oral surgical procedures in 65 apparently healthy individuals anesthetized with intravenously administered methohexital (Brevital) sodium followed by inhalation of halothane-nitrous-oxide-oxygen mixture. Cardiac...
Weakness, vomiting, severe hypokalemia, and cardiac arrhythmias developed in an obese 19-year-old boy on a weight-reduction regimen of thyroid preparations, digitalis, amphetamines, and diuretics. The patient died despite attempts to replace potassium, cardioversion, and cardiac massage....
Chromatographic DEAE-adsorbed prothrombin complex (Hemoplex) was administered to 14 patients with disorders involving depression in the levels of factors II, VII, IX, and X. These included patients with Christmas disease, liver disease, and hypoprothrombinemia induced by...
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