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Therapeutics

Therapeutics cardial should be and The Election of treated. Officers. insufficiency recognized new Oertel exhibited. was stethoscope The officers were Dr. following elected: C. E. President, Dr. A. J. said that condi¬ Patek, Milwaukee, myocardial Bowers, Drs. R. Ster¬ Wichita; vice-presidents, Ross, Harry if are amenable to treatment. tions, recognized early, quite John D. Riddell and ling; Samuel S. Glasscock, Enterprise, is not a test of de¬ reliable Arrhythmia perfectly myocardial Kansas Dr. Charles S. Columbus City; Huffman, secretary, but be to other dis¬ due or generation, gastrointestinal may (for three Dr. years) ; treasurer, Lewis H. Munn, Topeka; turbance. Dr. librarian, Samuel G. Stewart, councilors, Drs. Topeka; Clarence C. Millard Fort F. Jarrett, Infantile to Goddard, Leavenworth; with Reference Diagnosis. Scurvy, Special Frank M. J. Scott; Oliver Fürst, Daily, Beloit; Peabody; Dr. the and A. W. Gray, Milwaukee, gave history pathol¬ Herbert L. and Arthur L. Allure, Cludas, Topeka, Minneapolis; of of the the condition and the disease, ogy urged importance to the American Dr. Lawrence Medical delegate Association, its and treatment. The disease is diagnosis proper early Horton. Reynolds, caused children die on account by improper feeding. Many will its The hold next at society meeting Topeka. of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Therapeutics

JAMA , Volume XLV (1) – Jul 1, 1905

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1905 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.1905.02510010073030
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Abstract

cardial should be and The Election of treated. Officers. insufficiency recognized new Oertel exhibited. was stethoscope The officers were Dr. following elected: C. E. President, Dr. A. J. said that condi¬ Patek, Milwaukee, myocardial Bowers, Drs. R. Ster¬ Wichita; vice-presidents, Ross, Harry if are amenable to treatment. tions, recognized early, quite John D. Riddell and ling; Samuel S. Glasscock, Enterprise, is not a test of de¬ reliable Arrhythmia perfectly myocardial Kansas Dr. Charles S. Columbus City; Huffman, secretary, but be to other dis¬ due or generation, gastrointestinal may (for three Dr. years) ; treasurer, Lewis H. Munn, Topeka; turbance. Dr. librarian, Samuel G. Stewart, councilors, Drs. Topeka; Clarence C. Millard Fort F. Jarrett, Infantile to Goddard, Leavenworth; with Reference Diagnosis. Scurvy, Special Frank M. J. Scott; Oliver Fürst, Daily, Beloit; Peabody; Dr. the and A. W. Gray, Milwaukee, gave history pathol¬ Herbert L. and Arthur L. Allure, Cludas, Topeka, Minneapolis; of of the the condition and the disease, ogy urged importance to the American Dr. Lawrence Medical delegate Association, its and treatment. The disease is diagnosis proper early Horton. Reynolds, caused children die on account by improper feeding. Many will its The hold next at society meeting Topeka. of

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Published: Jul 1, 1905

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