Book Review School Janitors, Mothers, and Health . By Helen C. Putnam, A.B., M.D. Easton, Pa.: American Academy of Medicine Press. 1913

1913 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
and remained good for 24 hours or so, when the condition again became serious. Without omitting the strychnine, various other stimulants were ordered. The patient responded always with definite improvement such as I have never seen equaled by any other pneumonia patient. Although these observations were not controlled by blood pressure tests, which were seldom used at that time, most of them were corroborated by one or more persons, and they made so strong an impression on my mind that I
more » ... e to believe that there are no conditions in which strychinine is of value as a stimulant. Dr. J. M. Knox : I am much interested in this
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