Extra-oral Nerve-block Analgesia for Dental Extractions

H. M. Wood, K. M. Rains, P. A. Bramley
1946 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
The consumption of most foods, and especially protective foods, was considerably greater among famiiies with high than among those with low food expenditure per head. The intake of all nutrients except protein was inadequate among the groups with food expenditures of less than about 9s. per head weekly, and the calcium intake was inadequate among all groups, irrespective of the level of food expenditure. Particularly deficient were the intakes of calcium, vitamin A, and ascorbic acid. Data are
more » ... bic acid. Data are presented on the types of meals eaten by persons of different ages in the various food expenditure groups. A summary cannot succinctly be made, but it is shown that the diets of the poor families were much less varied than those of better-off families.
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.4456.835 fatcat:fixm7hkd6zhczjc2ani4bchs3e