ON THE IDENTITY OF YELLOW FEVER AND ACUTE MALARIA—CONSEQUENT CONTAGIOUSNESS OF MALARIA AND CURABILITY OF YELLOW FEVER

VIEIRA DE MELLO
1885 Journal of the American Medical Association  
the respiratory movements; that it restored the con¬ sciousness from delirium, and that it produced free sweating; that. its administration was not accompa¬ nied by any alarming symptoms; that there was no vomiting ; that its effects did not last longer than six hours; that there was no lowering of the daily max¬ imum temperature; and that there was no apprecia¬ ble effect upon the course of the disease proper. To Dr. Kolipinski and the courteous gentlemen of the library of the
more » ... he Surgeon-General's Office, U. S. A., I return my sincere thanks for their valuable as¬ sistance in making a complete examination of the bibliography of this subject. ON THE IDENTITY OF YELLOW FEVER AND ACUTE
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