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Postgraduate Course on Diseases of the Newborn Infant.—The Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, will sponsor a postgraduate course on diseases of the newborn infant on May 11-12, 1964, to be held at The Children's Hospital, Cincinnati. In addition to a series of lectures, the course will feature bedside clinical diagnosis and treatment.
The faculty and topics for discussion will include Dr. James Sutherland, "Diagnosis and Treatment of Respiratory Distress Syndrome"; Dr. Frederic Silverman, "Radiologic Diagnosis of Respiratory Distress in Newborns"; Dr. Albert Sabin, "Respiratory Diseases of Viral Origin"; Dr. Lester Martin, "Surgical Emergencies of the Newborn"; Dr. Josef Warkany, "Chromosomes in a Children's Hospital"; Dr. Clark West, "Renal Disease in Infancy"; Dr. Samuel Kaplan, "Treatment of Heart Failure in Infancy"; and Dr. Alvin Mauer, "Anemia in Infancy."
Registration will be limited to 50 physicians. The registration fee will be $75.
Address all inquiries to Dr.
News and Comment: ANNOUNCEMENTS. Am J Dis Child. 1964;107(3):320–321. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archpedi.1964.02080060322023
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