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June 11, 1938

Medical News

JAMA. 1938;110(24):2013-2018. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790240037017

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Symposium on Oxygen Therapy.—  The Jefferson County Medical Society sponsored a symposium on oxygen therapy at a meeting in Birmingham May 16. The speakers included:Allen D. Keller, Ph.D., professor of physiology and pharmacology, University of Alabama School of Medicine, Physiology of Oxygen Want.J. I. Banash, B.S., consulting engineer, Chicago, Mechanical Considerations of Oxygen Therapy Apparatus.Dr. James S. McLester, professor of medicine, University of Alabama School of Medicine, Clinical Response to Oxygen Therapy.


Plague Infection in Squirrels. —  According to Public Health Reports, plague infection has been proved by animal inoculation in one beecheyi squirrel from a ranch four miles east of Watsonville and in a pooled specimen of organs from five squirrels from a ranch six miles east of Watsonville, Santa Cruz County. These specimens were submitted to the Hooper Foundation for Medical Research, San Francisco, April 13.

Changes Among Health Officers.—  Dr. Ellis D.

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