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HAZARDOUS conditions may result from interactions of drugs that can substantially increase or decrease a patient's response to warfarin sodium. The interaction between warfarin and ethacrynic acid has been demonstrated in vitro, but apparently, no clinical evidence has been reported in the...
A mixture of aqueous solutions of National fast blue, a copper-phthalocyanine dye, and pyronin B, a red xanthene dye, when added to fresh urinary sediment, supravitally stains benign or malignant cells and the various types of casts and their inclusions. The stain facilitates identification of...
A 24-year-old black woman was admitted to the hospital with a complaint of persistent cough of three months' duration. She had had normal chest roentgenograms approximately 12 and 6 months before admission for similar complaints.
Physical examination demonstrated a comfortable, obese...
Professor Vince has created an innovative approach in four sections to pediatric cardiology. First, he reviews normal and then disturbed function. Next, he considers causes of disturbed function. Finally, he addresses some remarks to treatment. In his efforts to keep the approach simple, Dr....
To the Editor.—
The EDITORIAL by Dr. Hussey, "Drug Automatism: A Myth," (230:265, 1974) is partly right and partly wrong. Therefore, I believe that the editorial was mistitled. For example, if "a patient takes a dose of a barbiturate, forgets about it, takes another dose, and so on," the...
To the Editor.—
It has long been the clinical impression of ophthalmologists familiar with retinal pigmentary degeneration (retinitis pigmentosa) that some women suffering from this slowly progressive and potentially blinding disease have an accelerated loss of periphal visual field during...
Concentrated potassium chloride produces ulceration of the gastrointestinal mucosa. Dilute solutions are frequently not acceptable to the patient. A tablet containing potassium chloride crystals suspended in a waxy matrix has been developed to avoid these drawbacks. We measured fecal blood loss...
AS one of the more desperate of medical emergencies, torrential upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage demands close teamwork between several medical workers: clinicians, nurses, radiologists, laboratory technicians, electrocardiographers, blood bank personnel, and chaplains. Because each may have an...
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Dr. Margolis is correct in the special situation where the transmural pressure is directed outward, as in the usual vascular case. However, the P in Laplace's Law1,2 T=P×R for an infinitely long, infinitely thinwalled cylinder is defined to be the transmural pressure Ptm, which...
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