Hygienic Laboratory bulletin. no. 81-83, 1912, Issues 81-83

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1912

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Page 283 - Report No. 3 on the origin and prevalence of typhoid fever in the District of Columbia.
Page 2 - Prof. William H. Welch, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. ; Prof. Simon Flexner, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York; Prof. Victor C. Vaughan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Prof. William T. Sedgwick, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass., and Prof. Frank F. Wesbrook, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. LABORATORY CORPS. Director.
Page 283 - Hymenolepis: by Ch. Wardell Stiles. No. 14. — Spotted fever (tick fever) of the Rocky Mountains; a new disease. By John F. Anderson. No. 15. — Inefficiency of ferrous sulphate as an antiseptic and germicide. By Allan J. McLaughlin.
Page 283 - was changed to the ' 'Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service of the United States, " and three new divisions were added to the Hygienic Laboratory. Since the change of name of the service the bulletins of the Hygienic Laboratory have been continued in the same numerical order, as follows: *No.
Page 27 - ... minutes is divided by the figure representing the degree of dilution of the weakest strength of the phenol control that kills within the same time. The same is done for the weakest strength that kills in 15 minutes. The mean of the two is the coefficient. The method of determining the coefficient will be seen in Table 17. TABLE 17. Name, "A.
Page 283 - No. 20. — A zoological investigation into the cause, transmission, and source of .Rocky Mountain "spotted fever." By Ch. Wardell Stiles. *No. 21. — The immunity unit for standardizing diphtheria antitoxin (based on Ehrlich's normal serum).
Page 32 - ... the former has four times the efficiency of the latter. The true cost of a disinfectant can only be determined by taking into consideration the phenol coefficient and the cost of the disinfectant per gallon. The cost of a disinfectant per 100 units of efficiency as compared with pure phenol is obtained by first dividing the cost per gallon of the disinfectant by the cost per gallon of pure phenol; the efficiency ratio...
Page 283 - The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature as applied to medicine. By Ch. Wardell Stiles. No. 25. — Illustrated key to the cestode parasites of man. By Ch. Wardell Stiles. No.
Page 283 - In citing these bulletins, beginning with No. 8, bibliographers and authors are requested to adopt the following abbreviations: Bull. No. , Hyg. Lab., US Pub.

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