THE USE OF CONVALESCENT AND NORMAL BLOOD IN THE TREATMENT OF SCARLET FEVER

@inproceedings{ZingherTHEUO,
  title={THE USE OF CONVALESCENT AND NORMAL BLOOD IN THE TREATMENT OF SCARLET FEVER},
  author={Abraham R. Zingher}
}
Beneficial effects have been obtained at the Willard Parker Hospital during the past seven months in the treatment of severe forms of scarlet fever with intramuscular 1 injections of fresh human blood, either convalescent or normal. In a number of such patients, in whom the prognosis seemed doubtful and occasionally even absolutely poor, the life saving effect of from 6 to 8 ounces of blood, repeated once or twice at intervals of four or five days, has encouraged us sufficiently to recommend… CONTINUE READING

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