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MULTIPLE ANTIGEN IMMUNIZATION OF INFANTS AGAINST POLIOMYELITIS, DIPHTHERIA, PERTUSSIS, AND TETANUS
The results indicate that four doses of DPT-polio combined antigen given at monthly intervals will overcome the interference of high levels of maternal antibody in respect to poliomyelitis immunization and that the primary series of injections may be started as early as the third month of life.
Leptospiral infections; a survey.
Despite this wealth of data, however, leptospiral infections still challenge the public health officer, the clinician, the bacteriologist, the laboratorian.
[SYMPOSIUM on poliomyelitis].
Jaundice in Detroit.
It became evident that the distribution of cases was city-wide, although there was a definite tendency of these cases to aggregate, as has been noted in a previous publication.
Multiple antigen for immunization against poliomyelitis, diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus. II. Response of infants and young children to primary immunization and eighteen-month booster.
Recovery of the Virus of Poliomyelitis from the Stools of Healthy Contacts in an Institutional Outbreak.
Detroit poliomyelitis epidemic-1958; preliminary report.
Epidemics of poliomyelitis in Wayne County, Michigan, showed no sharp differences in distribution, either racial or regional, before 1958. In that year, however, the overwhelming majority of cases…
AN OUTBREAK OF JAUNDICE IN DETROIT: PRELIMINARY REPORT
Following the recognition of a disease characterized by fever and jaundice by Weil in 1886, series of similar cases were reported by other investigators, and it was concluded that the etiologic agent was a spirochete.
Multiple antigen for immunization against poliomyelitis, diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus. I. Response of infants and young children to primary immunization: preliminary report.
The use of triple antigen (diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus combined, or DPT) in pediatric practice is well established, and the possibility of incorporation of the poliovirus antigens into DPT has aroused considerable interest.