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Australia Antigen test outlined
Faster blood bank assay for Hepatitis-Associated Antigen costs only $200 for equipment
Investigators from Mt. Sinai Hospital in Chicago have reported a screening procedure for Australia ( or Hepatitis-Associated) antigen...
The fluoroalkane gases used to propel aerosols were toxic to the hearts of 34 mice, sensitizing them to asphyxiainduced sinus bradycardia, atrioventricular block, and T-waue depression. Cardiac sensitization was rapid, long-lasting, and lethal. It also occurred in rats and dogs. The...
Two patients who received methoxyflurane anesthesia during abdominal surgery developed polyuric renal failure within 24 hours after their operations. Both patients died after complicated clinical courses which were dominated by renal failure. Toxic effects to the kidneys suspected of...
The concentrations of inorganic fluoride and nonvolatile organic fluoride were measured in a patient with nephrotoxic effects following methoxyflurane anesthesia. Concentrations of both were markedly elevated compared to two patients who received methoxyflurane without subsequent...
In a patient who had bilateral nephrectomy, methoxyflurane anesthesia produced elevated serum levels of inorganic fluoride and nonvolatile organic fluoride. The concentrations of both types of fluoride were significantly reduced by extracorporeal hemodialysis.
If current economic and technological resources were properly allocated in the United States, all citizens could be provided access to the appropriate level of health care. There are, however, several major barriers to the early attainment of this public policy goal. First, it is clear...
Megaloblastosis is characterized morphologically by delayed nuclear maturation1 and biochemically by defective DNA synthesis.2 The megaloblast has a "young" nucleus apparently due to a reduction in the ability to double the amount of nuclear DNA (DNA synthesis phase) in order for the...
Orally administered contraceptive agents have become an everyday medication for many women in the United States as well as many other countries. A number of untoward effects1,2 along with an ever increasing number of minor clinical or laboratory changes have been reported in women using...
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