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Dr. White, dean of cardiology in this country if not the world, has written a delightful book. From its pages he emerges as a hard-working, dedicated physician and humanist; a missionary zealot for the preventive aspects of cardiology; a foe of sloth, obesity, and tobacco; and a devotee in the...
The value of influenza vaccine remains controversial in spite of its long availability and use. By the standards used for judging many other vaccines, its performance has not been good. Immunity is short-lived, and frequent revaccination is required. Also, it is not universally accepted that the...
To the Editor.—
It has been postulated that antiinflammatory, antipyretic, and analgesic effects may contribute to the clinical response that is often observed in the treatment of trichinosis with thiabendazole.1 These nonspecific pharmacologic effects, thus far demonstrated only in laboratory...
To the Editor.—
Nitroglycerin tablets are recognized in the United States Pharmacopeia. As such, they are required by the federal and state food and drug acts to be packaged in accordance with the requirements contained therein. Contrary to a common belief, this requirement is applicable not...
Any one examining the "prudent" diet recommended by the Inter-Society Commission for Heart Disease Resources1, will agree that the fare is no gourmet's delight. Recommended for all "from cradle to grave," the diet is low calories, restricted to less than 300 mg of cholesterol a day and limited...
One hundred and thirty-nine women who underwent closed mitral valvuloplasty and subsequently became pregnant have been followed up for 1 to 17 years (mean, 10 years) following surgery. The overall postoperative course of these women was not altered by childbearing, when compared with the courses...
Dr. White: This 52-year-old man had a four-month history of abdominal pain in the right upper quadrant, radiating to his back. There had been a 12.2-kg (27-lb) weight loss and, for three years, intermittent diarrhea. Results of physical examination and laboratory tests, including liver function,...
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