IRRITABLE BLADDER IN WOMEN

CHARLES A. L. REED
1919 Journal of the American Medical Association  
powder. The correction of the formula diminished the number of positive cultures. It was the surgeon, Major Moschowitz, who suspected that the error lay in the Dakin's solution, as the wounds showed too much secretion, and the granulations did not look healthy. When the plates begin to show sterile conditions, cultures are made more frequently than twice a week ; and when persistent negative results are obtained, the surgeon allows the empyema cavity to close. As to the number of sterile
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doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610050014007 fatcat:7m44zsc5d5fejlyi4iakgxtvpi