Hva folk mener - Skriv en omtale
Vi har ikke funnet noen omtaler på noen av de vanlige stedene.
Andre utgaver - Vis alle
Supplement to the Journal of Venereal Disease Information, Utgaver 20-22
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1945
action activities additional agencies areas Army become believe bismuth blood centers Chairman civilian clinical complete concerned conference considerable considered continue cooperation course culture cure determine diagnosis discussion early effective efforts epidemiologic established examination experience fact false positive field FIGURE finding forces further given gonorrhea health department health officer important improvement incidence increase indicate individual infection interest less measures meeting ment methods months Navy necessary negative normal observation officers organization patients penicillin percent period persons physicians population possible practical present problem procedures promiscuity prostitution protection Public Health Service question rapid treatment reactions reason recommendations regard representative responsibility serologic serums sexual social spinal fluid spread suggested syphilis tests therapy tion treated treatment United venereal disease control
Side 32 - The opinions or assertions contained herein are the private ones of the authors and are not to be construed as official or reflecting the views of the Navy Department or the naval service at large. The experiments reported herein were conducted according to the principles set forth in the "Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals...
Side 132 - The work described in this paper was done under a contract, recommended by the Committee on Medical Research, between the Office of Scientific Research and Development and the President and Fellows of Harvard College.
Side 114 - Control of syphilis and gonorrhea in the Scandinavian countries and Great Britain. A report of the New York City Commission to investigate the prevention and control of syphilis and gonorrhea in Scandinavian countries and in Great Britain.
Side 126 - No health department, State or local, can effectively prevent or control disease without knowledge of when, where, and under what conditions cases are occurring.
Side 81 - ... to streams that had been sterile for years, and public water companies began to see an improvement in their source of supply. The mileage of reclaimed streams in West Virginia and Pennsylvania was appreciable when the work was stopped, in spite of the fact that only a small fraction of the possible work had been completed. To give some idea of the work that was actually done, the following figures from Pennsylvania should be of interest...
Side 207 - Decrease as far as possible the opportunities for contacts with infected persons. The local police department is responsible for the repression of commercialized and clandestine prostitution. The local health departments, the State Health Department, the Public Health Service, the Army, and the Navy will cooperate with the local police authorities in repressing prostitution.
Side 205 - ... isolation. (6) Opportunities for contacts with persons reasonably suspected of being infected with venereal disease should be decreased as far as possible. The local police department is responsible for the repression of commercialized and clandestine prostitution. The local health departments, the State health departments, the United States Public Health Service, the Social Protection Division, the Army, Navy, and Coast Guard will cooperate with local police authorities in repressing prostitution....
Side 17 - ... a critical evaluation of our current control measures with a view towards their strengthening and expansion, and a recognition of the changing aspects of venereal disease control brought about by more effective therapeutic weapons and by the mass wartime experience with educational and case-finding procedures. It is believed that in the planning for postwar venereal disease control the Army has much to offer in the way of material assets and experiences. It is our intention in this paper to discuss...