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DENMARK

DENMARK In the Canadian Sickness in the for need narcotics Survey, persons Recognizing experienced by selected households recorded a with has over he shunted period patients inoperable cancer, given all of illness in the and a such his episodes com- to At first he em- household, was patients colleagues. of their with the his parison barrassed to but figures figures by given by inability prescribe narcotics, in the showed that the disease now he does physicians not intend to reclaim this al- plan right fell There into three he has it categories to roughly groups. qualified though enjoy again. were conditions in which of more many episodes illness were the than were for reported patients Valvotomy by Pulmonary Stenosis.—Pulmonary seen the This included infec- closed with use of knives by physician. group valvotomy by methods, and the and tive diseases of dilators introduced the ventricle diseases, parasitic respira- through right diseases or of the iso- the has shown tory system, system, pulmonary digestive artery, unsatisfactory lated and ill-defined conditions. results. the was low and symptoms, senility, Although surgical mortality For the rate the a marked occurred in ventricular measles disclosed example, drop usually right by Sickness 39.9 whereas the over http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

DENMARK

JAMA , Volume 171 (3) – Sep 19, 1959

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1959 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1959.73010210009020b
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Abstract

In the Canadian Sickness in the for need narcotics Survey, persons Recognizing experienced by selected households recorded a with has over he shunted period patients inoperable cancer, given all of illness in the and a such his episodes com- to At first he em- household, was patients colleagues. of their with the his parison barrassed to but figures figures by given by inability prescribe narcotics, in the showed that the disease now he does physicians not intend to reclaim this al- plan right fell There into three he has it categories to roughly groups. qualified though enjoy again. were conditions in which of more many episodes illness were the than were for reported patients Valvotomy by Pulmonary Stenosis.—Pulmonary seen the This included infec- closed with use of knives by physician. group valvotomy by methods, and the and tive diseases of dilators introduced the ventricle diseases, parasitic respira- through right diseases or of the iso- the has shown tory system, system, pulmonary digestive artery, unsatisfactory lated and ill-defined conditions. results. the was low and symptoms, senility, Although surgical mortality For the rate the a marked occurred in ventricular measles disclosed example, drop usually right by Sickness 39.9 whereas the over

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 19, 1959

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