2 edition of Antityphoid inoculation conducted at the Massachusetts General Hospital found in the catalog.
Antityphoid inoculation conducted at the Massachusetts General Hospital
Lesley H. Spooner
From the The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal Jan. 13, 1910.
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Since the introduction into the British army of the inoculation of bacterial vaccine as a prophylactic measure against typhoid fever, by Wright and Leishman, medical officers, both at home and abroad, have become thoroughly convinced of the value of the procedure in the military service; so that antityphoid inoculation (or vaccination) can no longer be said to be in the experimental . The archetypal zoonotic disease, rabies can spread between animals and humans as it has the ability to infect -- and kill -- all mammals. When my father was a boy, in the s, living in Clinton.
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Remarks on the Results which have been Obtained by the Antityphoid Inoculations and on the Methods which have been Employed in the Preparation of the Vaccine Br Med J ; BibTeX (win & mac) Download. Typhoid and paratyphoid (also known as enteric fever) are diseases caused by Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi (typhoid) or Paratyphi A, B and C (paratyphoid). Classic typhoid fever is a serious.
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The Lancet THE REPORT OF THE ANTITYPHOID COMMITTEE. PERSONNEL OF COMMITTEE AND SCOPE OF INQUIRY. ' THE Antityphoid Committee was appointed in by the Army Council, having as its object [quot] to investigate the prac- tical prophylactic and therapeutic value of current methods of immunisation against enteric fever.[quot] The.
In this series of twenty-four persons inoculated with antityphoid vaccine, the immune bodies in the blood reached their height within two months after the first inoculation, or one month after the third, then fell rapidly within the next two months.
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