F. H. Rodenbaugh

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Intestinal obstruction, as a rule, is associated with an increasing amount of non-coagulable nitrogen in the blood. With acute intoxication the rise in non-coagulable nitrogen may be rapid and reach as high as three or even ten times normal. With more chronic intoxication there may be little or no rise in the blood non-coagulable nitrogen. Closed intestinal(More)
Intestinal obstruction, a disorder that afflicts both children and adults, is associated with significant morbidity. Early recognition and appropriate management can prevent life-threatening complications; however, considerable controversies exist regarding the ideal method of diagnosis and treatment. This article provides a comprehensive overview of risk(More)
A definite intoxication develops as a result of a closed intestinal loop and toxic material accumulates in the closed loops. Much evidence has been submitted to show that this loop poison causes the intoxication observed after producing a closed intestinal loop. Sufficient evidence has been presented to prove that the essential poison is present in these(More)
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