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The vast increase in knowledge of the inflammatory process necessitated expansion of the original work from the one-volume edition of 1965 to three volumes. The first of these has now appeared and it maintains the high standard of excellence set in the original edition.
In volume 1, four...
A new classic is off the press! A logical integration of the basic sciences and clinical medicine is now handily available in one volume. The book makes no attempt to be encyclopedic and excludes the details of laboratory methodology and the bulk of morphology. What it does is integrate a...
THE EXPLOSION in the number of available "broad-spectrum" antibiotics in the last few years has mainly been due to the proliferation of the members of the cephalosporin family. In the near future, many more antibiotics will be released for use, and these will probably be penicillin derivatives....
THE HUGE variety and volume of available laboratory tests confronts the physician with a major dilemma. What tests should he order on what patients? When, how, how often, at what cost, grouped or individually, and in what sequence? What is the interpretation of the results and what steps then...
Fluid and electrolyte abnormalities can become life-threatening in ambulatory or hospitalized patients. Their prevention or prompt and safe correction is a challenge to the hospital and clinic as well as to the many health professionals, including physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and laboratory...
With the support and participation of area homosexual organizations and a local bar, the City Health Department developed an outreach/ education/screening program for venereal disease (VD) control. Venereal disease education and blood testing were conducted during four sequential Wednesday...
Scientists deal with risks posed by gene-grafting research
Molecular biologists have reached a critical point in their attempts to get the genes of one biological species to express themselves inside the cells of another.
The potential benefits of such work are considerable, but so are the...
The criticism by Radford, while provocative, fails in its mission because it does not deal scientifically with several critical factors essential to the correct interpretation of the COHb survey data. Dr. Radford advances the hypothesis that the mean COHb saturation values reported...
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