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" The results obtained in these series of one hundred cases are so definite that it seems safe to conclude that the removal of a considerable portion of the non-antitoxic globulins, as well as the albumins from the serum by the Gibson method, has eliminated... "
Pediatrics: Orthopedic surgery - Page 101
1907
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 29

Medicine - 1907 - 576 pages
...The results obtained by Park and Thorne in a series of 100 cases are so definite that they think it safe to conclude that the removal of a considerable...constitutional disturbances are less likely to occur from the antitoxic globulins than from the antitoxic serum from which it was obtained. The globulin preparation...
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Collected Studies from the Research Laboratory. Department of ..., Volumes 1-4

New York (N.Y.). Department of Health. Research Laboratory - Communicable diseases - 1905 - 854 pages
...and Conclusions — The results obtained in these series of one hundred cases are so definite that it seems safe to conclude that the removal of a considerable...constitutional disturbances are less likely to occur from the antitoxic globulins than from the antitoxic serum from which it was obtained. The globulin preparation...
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Collected Studies from the Research Laboratory. Department of Health, City ...

New York (N.Y.). Department of Health. Research laboratory - Communicable diseases - 1906 - 164 pages
...and Conclusions — The results obtained in these series of one hundred cases are so definite that it seems safe to conclude that the removal of a considerable...constitutional disturbances are less likely to occur from the antitoxic globulins than from the antitoxic serum from which it was obtained. The globulin preparation...
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Annual Report of the Department of Health of the City of New York for the ...

New York (N.Y.). Department of Health - New York (N.Y.) - 1907 - 524 pages
...and Conclusions — The results obtained in these series of one hundred cases are so definite that it seems safe to conclude that the removal of a considerable...constitutional disturbances are less likely to occur from the antitoxic globulins than from the antitoxic serum from which it was obtained. The globulin preparation...
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Immune sera

Charles Bolduan - 1907 - 192 pages
...conclude that " the removal of a considerable portion of the non-antitoxic globulins, as well as all the albumins from the serum by the Gibson method has eliminated much of the deleterious 1 See page 18. 1 Park and Throne, Am. Journ. of the Med. Sciences, 1906. matter from the serum, so...
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International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures

Clinical medicine - 1907 - 366 pages
...100 cases of diphtheria, which shows that the removal of a considerable proportion of the non-toxic globulins, as well as the albumins from the serum by the Gibson method, eliminates much of the deleterious matter from the sernm, so that severe rashes, joint complications,...
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Immune Sera; a Concise Exposition of Our Present Knowledge: Concerning the ...

Charles Bolduan - Immune serums - 1908 - 218 pages
...conclude that " the removal of a considerable portion of the non-antitoxic globulins, as well as all the albumins from the serum by the Gibson method has eliminated much of the deleterious 1 See page 18. * Park and Throne, Am. Journ. of the Med. Sciences, 1906. matter from the serum, so...
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Immune Sera; a Concise Exposition of Our Present Knowledge: Concerning the ...

Charles Bolduan - Immune serums - 1908 - 252 pages
...conclude that " the removal of a considerable portion of the non-antitoxic globulins, as well as all the albumins from the serum by the Gibson method has eliminated much of the deleterious 1 See page 18. 2 Park and Throne, Am. Journ. of the Med. Sciences, 1906. matter from the serum, so...
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United States Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1909 - 536 pages
...conclude from the results in 100 cases that the removal of a part of the nonantitoxic globulins and the albumins from the serum by the Gibson method has...of the deleterious matter from the serum, so that constitutional disturbances are less likely to occur. — J. Am. M. Ass.. 1906, v. 47, p. 1854; Am....
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Archives of Otology, Volume 36

Ear - 1907 - 694 pages
...preparation in the treatment of diphtheria. The results obtained in a series of one hundred cases show that the removal of a considerable portion of the...the serum by the Gibson method, has eliminated much deleterious matter from the serum, so that local complications and constitutional disturbances are...
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