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Some eye drops can imperil low birth weight infants
An agent widely used in newborn nurseries to prepare infants for routine funduscopic examination has been found to cause "a significant and consistent rise" in both systolic and diastolic blood pressures.
When just one drop of 10%...
A prospective study of rubella vaccine-associated joint, muscular, and neuritic reactions was conducted in Louisiana and North Carolina. Children, ages 1 to 12 years, received one of three currently licensed rubella vaccines. Vaccinates were then surveyed by mail during a 60-day postvaccination...
A rubella sero-immunity survey of 1,004 nonvaccinated adolescents, grades 8 to 12, attending urban, suburban, and rural-suburban schools was conducted in DeKalb County (Atlanta), Georgia. The overall immunity rate(hemagglutination inhibition [HI] ≥ 1:8) was 76.6%. Immunity rates were highest in...
Twenty-five percutaneous needle aspiration biopsies were performed with fluoroscopic guidance in 21 patients with pulmonary infectious lesions. All patients were immunologically compromised due to immunosuppressive therapy or malignant disease. In none of the patients was the etiologic diagnosis...
The hospitalized patient is in jeopardy from the electrical devices that surround or are attached to him. He is at a special risk because he is frequently grounded by monitoring devices and his protective skin barrier breached. Poorly designed electrical devices and inadequate or improper...
In the SPECIAL COMMUNICATION, "Manpower Needs by Specialty," published March 20 (219:1621-1626, 1972) an error occurred in Table 6. In the last column of the Table (page 1624), "Population per Obstetrician-Gynecologist," the entry for the state of Nebraska should be 19,270 not 1,270.
The incidence of gonorrhea has reached epidemic proportions. It is the most common of the venereal diseases, the most prevalent bacterial infection of adults in the United States, and the number one reported communicable disease occurring in our country today. There were 624,371 cases of...
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