The other patients on whom we have used the maneuver have been of similar type and have received no benefit from it or from blood transfusion. Stereogram of the knee, good rays.

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These findings suggest that the disease has been essentially due to an invasion of the respiratory tract by influenza bacilli, followed by and associated with other pharyngeal organisms, and that the fatal outcome, in most instances, has been brought about particularly by these secondary invaders, in some instances streptococci, in others pneumococci. A double or triple chin appears, the back of the neck is wrinkled, and the pendulous abdomen folds over upon itself: stress. It has generally been the custom for writers on the historj- depression of pneumonic fever to divide the time into two gT'eat periods; the one beginning with the era of Hippocrates and ending with that of Laennec, and the other the j'ears subsequent to the first. Berkeley History of Science and Technology Program EARLY HISTORY OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE An Interview Conducted by Sally Smith Hughes Appendix: Hevesy Nuclear Medicine Pioneer This interview with Professor WilUam G. I think more people are injured by the torniquet applied to wounds than are benefited. And even if we could always perform tracheotomy when indicated, it would be much more pleasant for all concerned to be able to save the patient without it.