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MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS INTERNAL MEDICINE with brain and anoxia, dehydration, electrolyte disturbances have The a diabetes part. may played of Coma: Glutamic Acid Treatment Report Hepatic was in the main under control and the func¬ renal of 127 Cases on 10 Patients Treated and Review tion was Treatment of good. malignant pseudo¬ in Literature. T. Bennike. Bibl. Reported laeger membranous enteritis of must first staphylococcus 150:317-330 1958 (No. 4) (In Danish) [Copenhagen]. all be directed the of to condition terminating shock and of fluid. Im¬ of coma in or providing Ten cases adequate supply middle-aged hepatic mediate of with a acid. start treatment anti¬ were treated with specific elderly glutamic patients biotic of vital resulted is Most A certain importance. pathogenic improvement, usually transitory, are still sensitive to in half the A factor cases. staphylococci erythromycin, possible precipitating but resistance is The demonstrated in 4 of these Of the 5 was increasing patients. reported. staphy¬ lococci in the case described became resistant to who did not to the treatment 4 respond patients after week's treatment. The 127 a were women erythromycin past menopause. published treated with acid cases of coma hepatic glutamic The Use of Transfusion Renal were in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS

JAMA , Volume 169 (5) – Jan 31, 1959

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1959 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1959.03000220107028
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Abstract

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS INTERNAL MEDICINE with brain and anoxia, dehydration, electrolyte disturbances have The a diabetes part. may played of Coma: Glutamic Acid Treatment Report Hepatic was in the main under control and the func¬ renal of 127 Cases on 10 Patients Treated and Review tion was Treatment of good. malignant pseudo¬ in Literature. T. Bennike. Bibl. Reported laeger membranous enteritis of must first staphylococcus 150:317-330 1958 (No. 4) (In Danish) [Copenhagen]. all be directed the of to condition terminating shock and of fluid. Im¬ of coma in or providing Ten cases adequate supply middle-aged hepatic mediate of with a acid. start treatment anti¬ were treated with specific elderly glutamic patients biotic of vital resulted is Most A certain importance. pathogenic improvement, usually transitory, are still sensitive to in half the A factor cases. staphylococci erythromycin, possible precipitating but resistance is The demonstrated in 4 of these Of the 5 was increasing patients. reported. staphy¬ lococci in the case described became resistant to who did not to the treatment 4 respond patients after week's treatment. The 127 a were women erythromycin past menopause. published treated with acid cases of coma hepatic glutamic The Use of Transfusion Renal were in

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 31, 1959

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