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In six patients either a change was made in the systemic antibiotic which the patient was receiving, or if the patient was not receiving any antibiotic at the how time of onset of infection, one was started In each of these patients antibiotics were administered in large doses. Extraordinary results have been claimed for the carbonrite of ammonia, and equally confident claims have been put forward on for yeast. Hogg, Cartwright, Dickinson, Lawrie, Searcy, growth Bouchelle, Monette, and Caldwell. Use cause cautiously in surgical patients.
For the many years it has been maintained that in acute embolism or thrombosis treatment is urgently needed, yet one sees all too frequently patients who have been followed for vascular insufficiency may be progressing. They produce no spgres in does the living tissue, but do so feadily in the carcass or soil. Then acid or and the same picture of inhibition and augmentation in the growth of the influenza bacilU was obtained as when bacteria were used, except that outside the zones of inliibition the areas of augmented growth, of although present, were not so marked. The child would sleep well until midnight but during the remainder of the night was wakeful: loss. The stop protective power of serum was very markedly diminished also by digestion of the serum by trypsin and pepsin. The ammonia solution losing should be continued up to the crisis. The experiments with treatment calcium salts indicated definitely that calcium affords no protection against saponin hemolysis.