Report of the Army Medical Department, Great Britain, Volumen35

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Página 294 - FRANKLAND— Micro-Organisms in Water, their Significance, Identification, and Removal. Together with an Account of the Bacteriological Methods involved in their Investigation. Specially Designed for those connected with the Sanitary Aspects of Water Supply.
Página 294 - It has also been shown that a considerable number of cases which are apparently false diphtheria, prove, on bacterial examination, to be true diphtheria. While in true diphtheria the mortality is very high and the danger of transmission to others is great, in false diphtheria the mortality is low and the danger of infection slight. The differential diagnosis between true and false diphtheria can be made by bacteriological examination within twelve hours, while without this the differentiation is...
Página 396 - Navy, and Indian Services of Executive Rank on full pay, with the exception of the Assistant Professors of the Army Medical School during their term of Office. Essays to be sent to the Secretary of the " Parkes Memorial Fund,t Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley, on or before the 31st day of December 1897.
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Página 23 - Serious answers to children's questions. Intern. J. of Ethics, July, 1898. Ages, heights, weights, and chest measurements of all recruits finally approved for service during the year. Army M. Dep. Rep.
Página 4 - From this table, combined with the data ih the preceding report, the average sick time to each soldier, and the average duration of...
Página 318 - The throats of fourteen families were investigated, in which there were forty-eight children. In 50 per cent of these virulent diphtheria bacilli were found ; 40 per cent developed later, to a greater or less extent, the lesions of diphtheria. It is noted in Park's paper that, in these families, the conditions were the best possible for the transmission of the bacilli from one to the other. In families where the case of diphtheria was well isolated, the bacilli were found in less than 10 per cent...
Página 294 - Recent bacterial investigations have shown that a considerable proportion of the cases of pseudo-membranous and exudative inflammations of the throat and upper air passages, commonly considered as diphtheria, and having the anatomical appearances found in diphtheria, are not true, but false diphtheria.
Página 318 - In fourteen families, with forty-eight children, where little or no isolation of a case of diphtheria in each family was undertaken, virulent diphtheria bacilli were found in 50 per cent, of the children, of whom 40 per cent, later developed diphtheria. The bacilli were found in less than 10 per cent, of the children in families where the case of diphtheria was well isolated. Antiseptic irrigation and cleasing treatment of the throat lessens the liability of those thus exposed to develop diphtheria.
Página 95 - Wales is shown in the following table : — It will be seen that the...

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