THE FEEDING OF NORMAL INFANTS DURING THE SECOND YEAR

JOHN LOVETT MORSE
1920 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Unfortunate delays in the diagnosis of diabetes are still encountered even among practitioners of good repute, but are becoming less frequent. The damage in such a case is irreparable. The boy remains ema¬ ciated, weak and always more or less hungry. It is inconceivable that he should live to maturity, and during life he is cut off from practically all normal pursuits. Favorable features in his treatment may be thus enumerated: Actual suffering from hunger is prevented by the use of materials
more » ... use of materials to furnish bulk (bran, agar, celluflour, "India gum," liquid petrolatum, soups, small quantities of thrice boiled vegetables), 1.
doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02620090007002 fatcat:ukwzvvxiyfdjznttu22h32vboe