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DISEASES OF THE HEART: A REVIEW OF SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS MADE DURING 1940

DISEASES OF THE HEART: A REVIEW OF SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS MADE DURING 1940 Abstract The second World War is having an increasingly important effect in the field of medicine. Modern total warfare, which is directed against nations as a whole and is fought with psychologic, as well as the usual, implements of war, has created medical problems which, in magnitude and scope, are without parallel. A further consequence of this conflict is the interruption or subversion of many scientific endeavors. A number of the universities in Europe have been forced to suspend all their activities and others have become geared to the war machine. This change in emphasis has not been without its effect on problems relating to the cardiovascular system. Accordingly, a section of the review is devoted to brief consideration of some of these problems. HEART DISEASE AND THE WAR. Examination of the Heart. —Inasmuch as clinical examination of the heart has attracted the attention of most physicians for many years it References 1. Parkinson, J.: Cardiac Examination in Wartime , Brit. M. J. 1:428, 1940.Crossref 2. Bourne, G.: Examination of the Heart in Recruits , Brit. M. J. 2:442, 1940.Crossref 3. Examination of the Heart, prepared by the Committee on Leaflets and Pamphlets of the American Heart Association, New York. 4. It is important not to interpret as due to a diseased condition the continuous venous hum, heard in the neck in many healthy young persons, which is sometimes transmitted down as far as the base of the heart. This hum can be easily obliterated by light pressure over the jugular veins. 5. Effort Syndrome , Brit. M. J. 2:201, 1940.Crossref 6. Lewis, T.: The Soldier's Heart and the Effort Syndrome , ed. 2, London, Shaw & Sons, Ltd., 1940. 7. Neurotics in the Forces , Lancet 2:299, 1940. 8. Sargant, W.: The Hyperventilation Syndrome , Lancet 1:314, 1940.Crossref 9. Gordon-Watson, C.: Penetrating Wounds of the Chest: More Experiences in the Last War , Lancet 2:194, 1940.Crossref 10. Ryle, J. A.: Penetrating Wounds of the Chest: Experience in the Last War , Lancet 2:62, 1940. 11. Anderson, R. G.: Non-Penetrating Injuries of the Heart , Brit. M. J. 2:307, 1940.Crossref 12. Leinoff, H. D.: Direct Nonpenetrating Injuries of the Heart , Ann. Int. Med. 14:653, 1940.Crossref 13. Medical Treatment of Gas Casualties , Air Raid Precautions Handbook no. 3, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1940. 14. Goldman, L., and Cullen, G. E.: Some Medical Aspects of Chemical Warfare Agents , J. A. M. A. 114:2200 ( (June 1) ) 1940. 15. Maurer, F. W.: The Effects of Decreased Blood Oxygen and Increased Blood Carbon Dioxide on the Flow and Composition of Cervical and Cardiac Lymph , Am. J. Physiol. 131:331, 1940. 16. White, M. S.: The Effect of Anoxia in High Altitude Flights on the Electrocardiogram , J. Aviation Med. 11:166, 1940. 17. Armstrong, H. G.: Principles and Practice of Aviation Medicine , Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company, 1939. 18. Boothby, W. M.; Lovelace, W. R., II, and Benson, O. O.: High Altitude and Its Effect on the Human Body , J. Aero. Sc. 7:461, 1940.Crossref 19. Armstrong.13 20. von Diringshofen, H.: Medical Guide for Flying Personnel , translated by V. E. Henderson, London, Oxford University Press, 1940. 21. Armstrong.13 22. Johnson, L. W.: Medical Problems of Diving and Submarines , New York State J. Med. 40:1065, 1940. 23. Patek, P. R.: The Morphology of the Lymphatics of the Mammalian Heart , Am. J. Anat. 64:203, 1939.Crossref 24. Drinker, C. K.; Warren, M. F.; Maurer, F. W., and McCarrell, J. D.: The Flow, Pressure, and Composition of Cardiac Lymph , Am. J. Physiol. 130: 43, 1940. 25. Maurer, F. W.; Warren, M. F., and Drinker, C. K.: The Composition of Mammalian Pericardial and Peritoneal Fluids: Studies of Their Protein and Chloride Contents, and the Passage of Foreign Substances from the Blood Stream into These Fluids , Am. J. Physiol. 129:635, 1940. 26. Bloomfield, A. L.: Dysphagia with Disorders of the Heart and Great Vessels , Am. J. M. Sc. 200:289, 1940.Crossref 27. Johnston, F. D., and Kline, E. M.: An Acoustical Study of the Stethoscope. Arch. Int. Med. 65:328 ( (Feb.) ) 1940.Crossref 28. Segall, H. N.: A Note on the Measurement of Diastolic and Systolic Blood Pressure by the Palpation of Arterial Vibrations (Sounds) over the Brachial Artery , Canad. M. A. J. 42:311, 1940. 29. Segall, H. N.: Personal communication to the reviewers. 30. Wiggers, C. J.: The Mechanism and Nature of Ventricular Fibrillation , Am. Heart J. 20:399, 1940.Crossref 31. Wiggers, C. J.: The Physiologic Basis for Cardiac Resuscitation from Ventricular Fibrillation: Method for Serial Defibrillation , Am. Heart J. 20:413, 1940.Crossref 32. Gross, R. E.: Experiences with Surgical Treatment in Ten Cases of Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. A. M. A. 115:1257 ( (Oct. 12) ) 1940Crossref 33. Surgical Closure of the Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. Pediat. 17:716, 1940.Crossref 34. Jones, J. C.; Dolley, F. S., and Bullock, L. T.: The Diagnosis and Surgical Therapy of Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. Thoracic Surg. 9:413, 1940. 35. Eppinger, E. C., and Burwell, C. S.: The Mechanical Effects of Patent Ductus Arteriosus on the Heart and Their Relation to the X-Ray Signs , J. A. M. A. 115:1262 ( (Oct. 12) ) 1940.Crossref 36. Touroff, A. S. W., and Vesell, H.: Experiences in the Surgical Treatment of Subacute Streptococcus Viridans Endarteritis Complicating Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. Thoracic Surg. 10:59, 1940 37. Subacute Streptococcus Viridans Endarteritis Complicating Patent Ductus Arteriosus: Recovery Following Surgical Treatment , J. A. M. A. 115:1270 ( (Oct. 12) ) 1940.Crossref 38. Thomson, S., and Innes, J.: Haemolytic Streptococci in the Cardiac Lesions of Acute Rheumatism , Brit. M. J. 2:733, 1940.Crossref 39. Stone, S.: Treatment of Sydenham's Chorea by Fever and Vitamin B Therapy , New England J. Med. 223:489, 1940.Crossref 40. Hedley, O. F.: Rheumatic Heart Disease in Philadelphia Hospitals: Study of 4,653 Cases of Rheumatic Heart Disease, Rheumatic Fever, Sydenham's Chorea and Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis Involving 5,921 Admissions to Philadelphia Hospitals from January 1, 1930, to December 1, 1934 41. III. Fatal Rheumatic Heart Disease and Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis , Pub. Health Rep. 55:1707, 1940.Crossref 42. Altschule, M. D., and Budnitz, E.: Rheumatic Disease of the Tricuspid Valve , Arch. Path. 30:7 ( (July) ) 1940. 43. Stroud, W. D., and Twaddle, P. H.: Fifteen Years' Observation of Children with Rheumatic Heart Disease , J. A. M. A. 114: 629 ( (Feb. 24) ) 1940. 44. Klein, R. I.; Levinson, S. A., and Rosenblum, P.: Weltmann Reaction and Sedimentation Rate During Rheumatic Fever of Childhood , Am. J. Dis. Child. 59:48 ( (Jan.) ) 1940. 45. Walsh, B. J.; Bland, E. F., and Jones, T. D.: Pure Mitral Stenosis in Young Persons , Arch. Int. Med. 65:321 ( (Feb.) ) 1940.Crossref 46. Sosman, M. C.: Subclinical Mitral Disease , J. A. M. A. 115:1061 ( (Sept. 28) ) 1940.Crossref 47. Boas, E. P., and Ellenberg, M.: Rheumatic Pericarditis with Effusion Treated with Salicylates , J. A. M. A. 115:345 ( (Aug. 3) ) 1940.Crossref 48. Brown, M. G., and Wolff, L.: Recovery from Acute Rheumatic Fever Without Permanent Cardiac Damage , New England J. Med. 223:242, 1940.Crossref 49. Bennett, G. A.; Zeller, J. W., and Bauer, W.: Subcutaneous Nodules of Rheumatoid Arthritis and Rheumatic Fever , Arch. Path. 30:70 ( (July) ) 1940. 50. Swift, H. F.: Rheumatic Heart Disease, Pathogenesis and Etiology in Their Relation to Therapy and Prophylaxis , Medicine 19:417, 1940.Crossref 51. Wasson, V. 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DISEASES OF THE HEART: A REVIEW OF SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTIONS MADE DURING 1940

Archives of Internal Medicine , Volume 67 (5) – May 1, 1941

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Abstract The second World War is having an increasingly important effect in the field of medicine. Modern total warfare, which is directed against nations as a whole and is fought with psychologic, as well as the usual, implements of war, has created medical problems which, in magnitude and scope, are without parallel. A further consequence of this conflict is the interruption or subversion of many scientific endeavors. A number of the universities in Europe have been forced to suspend all their activities and others have become geared to the war machine. This change in emphasis has not been without its effect on problems relating to the cardiovascular system. Accordingly, a section of the review is devoted to brief consideration of some of these problems. HEART DISEASE AND THE WAR. Examination of the Heart. —Inasmuch as clinical examination of the heart has attracted the attention of most physicians for many years it References 1. Parkinson, J.: Cardiac Examination in Wartime , Brit. M. J. 1:428, 1940.Crossref 2. Bourne, G.: Examination of the Heart in Recruits , Brit. M. J. 2:442, 1940.Crossref 3. Examination of the Heart, prepared by the Committee on Leaflets and Pamphlets of the American Heart Association, New York. 4. It is important not to interpret as due to a diseased condition the continuous venous hum, heard in the neck in many healthy young persons, which is sometimes transmitted down as far as the base of the heart. This hum can be easily obliterated by light pressure over the jugular veins. 5. Effort Syndrome , Brit. M. J. 2:201, 1940.Crossref 6. Lewis, T.: The Soldier's Heart and the Effort Syndrome , ed. 2, London, Shaw & Sons, Ltd., 1940. 7. Neurotics in the Forces , Lancet 2:299, 1940. 8. Sargant, W.: The Hyperventilation Syndrome , Lancet 1:314, 1940.Crossref 9. Gordon-Watson, C.: Penetrating Wounds of the Chest: More Experiences in the Last War , Lancet 2:194, 1940.Crossref 10. Ryle, J. A.: Penetrating Wounds of the Chest: Experience in the Last War , Lancet 2:62, 1940. 11. Anderson, R. G.: Non-Penetrating Injuries of the Heart , Brit. M. J. 2:307, 1940.Crossref 12. Leinoff, H. D.: Direct Nonpenetrating Injuries of the Heart , Ann. Int. Med. 14:653, 1940.Crossref 13. Medical Treatment of Gas Casualties , Air Raid Precautions Handbook no. 3, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1940. 14. Goldman, L., and Cullen, G. E.: Some Medical Aspects of Chemical Warfare Agents , J. A. M. A. 114:2200 ( (June 1) ) 1940. 15. Maurer, F. W.: The Effects of Decreased Blood Oxygen and Increased Blood Carbon Dioxide on the Flow and Composition of Cervical and Cardiac Lymph , Am. J. Physiol. 131:331, 1940. 16. White, M. S.: The Effect of Anoxia in High Altitude Flights on the Electrocardiogram , J. Aviation Med. 11:166, 1940. 17. Armstrong, H. G.: Principles and Practice of Aviation Medicine , Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company, 1939. 18. Boothby, W. M.; Lovelace, W. R., II, and Benson, O. O.: High Altitude and Its Effect on the Human Body , J. Aero. Sc. 7:461, 1940.Crossref 19. Armstrong.13 20. von Diringshofen, H.: Medical Guide for Flying Personnel , translated by V. E. Henderson, London, Oxford University Press, 1940. 21. Armstrong.13 22. Johnson, L. W.: Medical Problems of Diving and Submarines , New York State J. Med. 40:1065, 1940. 23. Patek, P. R.: The Morphology of the Lymphatics of the Mammalian Heart , Am. J. Anat. 64:203, 1939.Crossref 24. Drinker, C. K.; Warren, M. F.; Maurer, F. W., and McCarrell, J. D.: The Flow, Pressure, and Composition of Cardiac Lymph , Am. J. Physiol. 130: 43, 1940. 25. Maurer, F. W.; Warren, M. F., and Drinker, C. K.: The Composition of Mammalian Pericardial and Peritoneal Fluids: Studies of Their Protein and Chloride Contents, and the Passage of Foreign Substances from the Blood Stream into These Fluids , Am. J. Physiol. 129:635, 1940. 26. Bloomfield, A. L.: Dysphagia with Disorders of the Heart and Great Vessels , Am. J. M. Sc. 200:289, 1940.Crossref 27. Johnston, F. D., and Kline, E. M.: An Acoustical Study of the Stethoscope. Arch. Int. Med. 65:328 ( (Feb.) ) 1940.Crossref 28. Segall, H. N.: A Note on the Measurement of Diastolic and Systolic Blood Pressure by the Palpation of Arterial Vibrations (Sounds) over the Brachial Artery , Canad. M. A. J. 42:311, 1940. 29. Segall, H. N.: Personal communication to the reviewers. 30. Wiggers, C. J.: The Mechanism and Nature of Ventricular Fibrillation , Am. Heart J. 20:399, 1940.Crossref 31. Wiggers, C. J.: The Physiologic Basis for Cardiac Resuscitation from Ventricular Fibrillation: Method for Serial Defibrillation , Am. Heart J. 20:413, 1940.Crossref 32. Gross, R. E.: Experiences with Surgical Treatment in Ten Cases of Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. A. M. A. 115:1257 ( (Oct. 12) ) 1940Crossref 33. Surgical Closure of the Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. Pediat. 17:716, 1940.Crossref 34. Jones, J. C.; Dolley, F. S., and Bullock, L. T.: The Diagnosis and Surgical Therapy of Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. Thoracic Surg. 9:413, 1940. 35. Eppinger, E. C., and Burwell, C. S.: The Mechanical Effects of Patent Ductus Arteriosus on the Heart and Their Relation to the X-Ray Signs , J. A. M. A. 115:1262 ( (Oct. 12) ) 1940.Crossref 36. Touroff, A. S. W., and Vesell, H.: Experiences in the Surgical Treatment of Subacute Streptococcus Viridans Endarteritis Complicating Patent Ductus Arteriosus , J. Thoracic Surg. 10:59, 1940 37. Subacute Streptococcus Viridans Endarteritis Complicating Patent Ductus Arteriosus: Recovery Following Surgical Treatment , J. A. M. A. 115:1270 ( (Oct. 12) ) 1940.Crossref 38. Thomson, S., and Innes, J.: Haemolytic Streptococci in the Cardiac Lesions of Acute Rheumatism , Brit. M. J. 2:733, 1940.Crossref 39. Stone, S.: Treatment of Sydenham's Chorea by Fever and Vitamin B Therapy , New England J. Med. 223:489, 1940.Crossref 40. Hedley, O. 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