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As Gail McBride writes in the MEDICAL NEWS section of this issue of The Journal (p 583), knowledge about the antibody molecule has spread rapidly and extensively. Indeed, information has increased at a rate so fast that the uninitiated reader may find himself like a man viewing a...
To the Editor.—
In this year before the bicentennial of the United States' independence, the penchant of the mass media for seeking to commemorate the daily happenings of 200 years ago has inspired one colleague (M.E. Silverman) to label the phenomenon "memoraphilia." Such new-found reverence...
The third edition of Cotes' well-known text continues in the same format as previous editions. The first 14 chapters are valuable overviews of the different facets of pulmonary physiology and pathophysiology, as well as brief descriptions of the testing methods used to demonstrate functional...
Dr Paulshock's letter raises an important point: that it may be extremely difficult to distinguish between diazepam withdrawal symptoms and recurrence of the original anxiety. Several characteristics of the patients described led me to conclude that tolerance to diazepam and...
HEAT STROKE, if it occurs following strenuous exercise, particularly in unacclimatized individuals, may be complicated by rhabdomyolysis and hypocalcemia.1 Under these circumstances, serum phosphorus levels have often been elevated. We report a patient in whom heat stroke and myoglobinuria in...
The effects of acetaminophen and aspirin on the hemostatic process were compared. First, a single 975-mg or 1,950-mg dose of acetaminophen had no effect on bleeding time, platelet aggregation, or platelet factor 3 release in normal volunteers, in contrast with the significant increase in...
To the Editor.—
The article by Dryden (233:1297, 1975) stressed the concept of aseptic technique in inducing anesthesia teams to develop bacterially clean systems for each patient.
The use of sterile, disposable equipment, such as endotracheal tubes, masks, breathing bags, and circuits, is the...
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