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June 9, 1923

LONDON

JAMA. 1923;80(23):1704-1705. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640500046022

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Abstract

International Congress of Refrigeration  The fourth International Congress of Refrigeration will be held in London about June, 1924. The subjects to be discussed will be verification of experiments undertaken before the war by the Russian scientist, Bakhmetieff, relating to the action of cold on living organisms; cryotherapy in the treatment of certain skin diseases; use of refrigeration inanatomy; biologic study of milk preservation by refrigeration; bacteriology of ice cream; biologic study of chilled and frozen foods; use of frozen eggs in food preparation; refrigeration by the circulation of defibrinated blood; refrigerating installations in hospitals and dwelling houses; operation and maintenance of refrigerating installations from the point of view of health and hygiene; handling of frozen produce; molds in cold stores, and the means of combating them; and molds in meat and other frozen produce. D'Arsonval proposes to contribute a report on the preservation of serums and vaccines by refrigeration. As

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