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Courses in Cardiac Problems and in Treatment of Poisonings.—Courses in the most modern and practical means of treating children with cardiac problems and recent advances in the diagnosis and treatment of poisonings, will be offered by the New York University Post-Graduate Medical School during the month of December.
Recent Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Poisonings will be presented for three days, full time, from Dec. 5 through 7. Designed for the practicing physician, the course will cover the newer methods of treatment combining physiological and chemical antidotes. Actual testing of materials will be undertaken in the laboratories of the Chief Medical Examiner and the Toxicologist of the City of New York.
Pediatric Cardiology consists of five days of full-time instruction, beginning Dec. 5. It will include an intensive review of the most recent advances of pediatric cardiology and the various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
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