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Sulfa drugs may sometimes render leukocytes more effective
Sulfonamide therapy apparently enhances the bactericidal activity of leukocytes in children with chronic granulomatous disease, Southern investigators report.
The response was slight to moderate in four of five patients—but well beyond...
A recent story about current views on the treatment of urologic cancer contained an inadvertent reference to "the late" Charles Huggins, MD. (JAMA Medical News 224:579 [April 30] 1973). Dr. Huggins is alive and well.
A total of 347 school children in Manhattan had verified attacks of rheumatic fever in 1963, 1964, and 1965. The average annual incidence in children aged five through 14 years was 61/100,000(49/100,000 first attacks and 12/100,000 recurrences). Incidence in the lowest income area was more than...
Diloxanide furoate, an investigational, amebicidal drug in the United States, was given in a ten-day course of 500 mg three times a day. This therapy led to parasitologic and symptomatic cure in all 12 asymptomatic cyst carriers and in 52 of 65 patients with nondysenteric, symptomatic,...
Since the introduction of the rabies duck embryo vaccine, largely replacing the rabies nerve tissue vaccine formerly used, neurological complications of rabies vaccination have become very infrequent. We report the results of studies on a patient who developed myelopathy following vaccination...
To avoid sodium iodide I 131-induced hypothyroidism, Graves disease patients were treated with sodium iodide I 131 supplemented with antithyroid drugs (ATD) as needed, and evaluations were done at one year and thereafter. Eighty-five patients were followed up for 12 to 60 months. At one year...
An automated medical record system for ambulatory care has been developed for a prepaid group practice. It has been operational for two years, maintaining the medical records for 20,000 people who have made a total of 80,000 visits. The principal data source is a structured encounter form that...
Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) in the environment is a source of potential danger to a patient dependent on a cardiac pulse generator. We exposed a variety of demand pulse generators to a wide range of EMR. Reversion to "fixed rate" and occasionally complete cutoff was observed in several...
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