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To the Editor.—
I would like to applaud Eichhorn et al1 for their article on standards for patient monitoring during anesthesia. This article should provide a powerful impetus for the adoption of mandatory standards, as is currently being encouraged by the American Society of Anesthesiologists...
To the Editor.—
The article by Cello et al1 provides an excellent update on the drug and nondrug management of patients with hemorrhaging esophageal varices. In discussing vasopressin therapy, the authors mention that nitroglycerin can ameliorate some of the side effects of vasopressin;...
We thank Mr Dasta for his kind comment concerning our article.1 The two reports he cites2,3 describing clinical trials with nitroglycerin in addition to vasopressin are of considerable interest, but appeared after our article was already in press. Not withstanding these two favorable...
We fully agree with Kalish and coworkers that it is "imperative to use all possible methods to remove high-risk donors from the population prior to testing." We did not, in any way, intend to denigrate the importance of voluntary self-exclusion in assuring a safe blood supply, and...
After a retreat to an Oregon farm, 19 of 31 college students developed an acute gastrointestinal illness. Campylobacter jejuni infection was recognized in all the ill students and caused asymptomatic infections in three others. In total, 22 (88%) of 25 students who consumed raw milk for the...
Sympathy and Science:
Women Physicians in American Medicine is an impressive historical feat in which the themes of the "history of women" (as the women's movement might be called), the history of medicine itself, and the history of women in American medicine are skillfully woven.
The 100 most-cited JAMA articles were identified using the 1955 through 1983 Science Citation Index of the Institute for Scientific Information. The most-cited article received 705 citations, while the least-cited article received 158. The oldest was published in 1910 and the most recent in...
The study that McCain and Ebrahim refer to showed LC50 values of isobutylene and butane to be 415 mg/L and 680 mg/L, respectively.1 They fail to state that this article also reported that 16% of the animals died when exposed to concentrations as low as 250 mg/L of isobutylene and 530...
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