Annual report of “public health”

@article{Kershaw1956AnnualRO,
  title={Annual report of “public health”},
  author={John D. Kershaw},
  journal={Public Health},
  year={1956},
  volume={70},
  pages={101-103}
}
  • J. Kershaw
  • Published 1 October 1956
  • Medicine
  • Public Health
5 Citations

Idiopathic venous thromboembolism: a potential surrogate for occult cancer.

Patients with symptomatic VTE without an identifiable risk factor have a 6.89% incidence of subsequent cancer diagnosis in Taiwan, and an extensive screening for an occult cancer in an idiopathic VTE patient may be warranted.

Antioxidant and Apoptotic Effects of Korean White Ginseng Extracted with the Same Ratio of Protopanaxadiol and Protopanaxatriol Saponins in Human Hepatoma HepG2 Cells

It is assumed that ginseng extract acts as an antioxidant even when effective levels of ginsEng differ, and catalase (CAT) activity was easily reduced from the plateau induced by H2O2.

Out of sight, out of mind: Privy architecture and the perception of sanitation

Analysis of privy vault architecture reveals that misguided sanitary perceptions affected the ordinances pertaining to sanitary issues and the compliance of the ordinances by the public, which were manifested in the way privy vaults were constructed.

Current status of prehospital care of patients with acute myocardial infarction in Tokyo: analysis of 3-year experience with coronary care unit network.

Community oriented programs are required to more fully inform the population at risk of AMI to shorten the patient's decision time, and more effective means to treat patients with pump failure and to prevent the development of pump failure need to be established.

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DATA CONCERNING ONE YEAR OF A MALARIA SURVEILLANCE PILOT PROJECT IN SOUTHERN RHODESIA.

  • L. Wolfe
  • Medicine
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization
  • 1964
It was found in the area studied, where 98% of infections are due to P. falciparum, that even Africans who have previously attained a high level of immunity will produce typical fever and associated malaria symptoms on reinfection after several years.