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1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Wash. 17. Serum Diagnosis of Pregnancy.-Jellinghaus and Losee do not recommend the dialysation method for diagnostic pur¬ poses. It is entirely a laboratory procedure, the many sources of error make it absolutely unsuited for an office test, although the little box containing the reagents, etc., put up by a well-known drug firm would lead one to believe that it is. The box contains two dialysers, powdered placental albumen, etc. The powdered albumen is absolutely useless, as the authors have
more » ... the authors have convinced themselves by personal trial.
doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560430060041 fatcat:3qanvgtecfet3j5la23gsluea4