THE BACTERIOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS OF TYPHOID FEVER

FRANCIS W. PEABODY
1908 Journal of the American Medical Association  
ment, for typhoid patients which are worthy of consideration at this time. As I pointed out earlier, the average typhoid patient receives at present 50 per cent, or less of his energy requirement. This is half starvation; and we know that starvation is harmful even in health, in that it leads to weakness and to an increased susceptibility to many
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