Harry Eisenberg

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The sodium and chloride retaining effect of suprarenal cortical extracts and of crystalline compounds derived from the suprarenal cortex parallels their effectiveness in maintaining suprarenalectomized dogs. All of the active compounds thus far studied produce a potassium diuresis when injected into normal dogs. The injection of a synthetic compound,(More)
A controlled, prospective, randomized study of 457 patients undergoing colonic surgery was done to compare systemic cefamandole therapy to neomycin-erythromycin in reducing postoperative septic complications. Parenteral cefamandole and cephalothin were given before, during, and after surgery to achieve maximal antimicrobial coverage in the blood, tissues,(More)
Sequential electrocoagulation followed by resection of carcinoma of the rectum provides better survival results than have been previously obtained. More than 200 patients have been treated by this combined approach during the past ten years. The over-all five year survival rate is 67 per cent. The preferred method of treatment is sequential(More)
In earlier studies (1-3) we have observed that subcutaneous injections of suprarenal cortical extract affected the renal excretion of sodium, chloride and potassium in normal subjects and in normal dogs as well as in suprarenalectomized dogs and patients suffering from Addison's disease. With the isolation of steroid compounds from the suprarenal cortex(More)
In earlier studies (1-3) we have observed that subcutaneous injections of suprarenal cortical extract affected the renal excretion of sodium, chloride and potassium in normal subjects and in normal dogs as well as in suprarenalectomized dogs and patients suffering from Addison's disease. With the isolation of steroid compounds from the suprarenal cortex(More)
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