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'Scalded skin' syndrome tied to staphylococcus infection
Methicillin treatment prevents skin changes in mice experimentally infected with Phage II staph, while cortisone, advocated as routine treatment, seems to enhance infection and toxin production
MS-1 serum, previously shown to produce hepatitis in infants, produced hepatitis in three of ten adult male volunteers when 0.05 ml of infectious serum was introduced orally. One plasma sample, taken before the period of rising transaminase levels from one of the volunteers who developed...
Although most lasers are in scientific research laboratories, a growing number are finding their way into field use in the military, and their associated ocular hazards have been of concern. Laser hazards are easier to define and control in the laboratory than in the field. This results...
In a double blind study in naval recruits, rifampin reduced the percentage of meningococcal carriers by 80%, compared with controls. It was well tolerated in four daily 600-mg doses. Levels of rifampin in serum samples exceeded the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) of rifampin...
—In the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION, "An Open Community Trial of Live Rubella Vaccines: Study of Vaccine Virus Transmissibility and Antigenic Efficacy of Three HPV-77 Derivatives," published Sept 14 (213:1829-1836, 1970) a word was misspelled on page 1836. The sentence beginning on line 9 in...
A genetic and clinical study was conducted on nine families. There were 16 clinically affected individuals and 43 carriers. A predominance of males in our study and from the literature was noted. Two families showed transmission of the trait from a carrier to an affected individual to a...
Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia was diagnosed in 19 children with cancer. The diagnosis was made in 14 children by pulmonary needle aspiration and demonstration of the organism by methenamine silver nitrate stain. Two children had tension pneumothorax and one had postaspiration hemoptysis...
The first large outbreak of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia reported in the United States occurred at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. Seventeen cases were documented during 1968 through 1969; only two cases had been identified in the preceding six years. All 19 affected...
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