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May 12, 1951

Progress Volume: Modern Developments in Therapeutics and Methods of Treatment to Accompany an Integrated Practice of Medicine [Volume V].

JAMA. 1951;146(2):220. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670020142034

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Abstract

This volume is designed primarily as a supplement to the first four volumes, bringing the text up to date on recent therapeutic measures. In addition to the actual text of this volume, three separate indexes are included: index of therapeutic agents, of clinical syndromes and of differential diagnosis, applicable to all five volumes.

Dr. Hyman has, by categorizing the possible stages of each clinical syndrome, attempted to guide the practitioner from the first visit to the patient to the final cure. Subdivisions include principles of diagnosis and therapy, immediate care, continuing care (favorable course, unfavorable course, progressively unfavorable course), probatory anti-infective therapy and desperation anti-infective therapy. This volume may serve as a "consultant" for the troubled general practitioner, though it should be pointed out that therein lies the danger of substituting the printed word of a textbook for the bedside judgment of an experienced specialist. The coverage of this volume,

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