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THE TREND OF PEDIATRIC OPINION CONCERNING THE ARTIFICIAL FEEDING OF INFANTS
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
The dilutions made were two-thirds, one-half, onethird, one-fourth, one-eighth milk. Results. -All experiments were repeated many times. The accompanying summary is a tabulation of results. The time recorded is the average of the results. CONCLUSIONS 1. Sodium citrate in .25 per cent, or more retards, and very high percentages will inhibit coagulation. 2. The presence of HCI hastens coagulation. 3. Diluting milk generally retards coagulation. 4. Gruels appear to have little or no effect indoi:10.1001/jama.1906.25210140019001e fatcat:qsr5binjo5b3noy7b6guc3nv5m