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Influenza Encyclopedia

ï~~I---- - M -- %p1 60 WEEKLY BULLETIN OF THE ST. LOUIS MEDICAL SOCIETY RepThe amendments to the By-Laws in regard to chang Morbidity and Mortality the meeting night was discussed by Drs. Joseph Grind0 WEEK ENDING, SATURDAY APRIL 5, 1919 Frank A. Glasgow, Henrietta A. S. Borck and Albert CASES DEATHS Hamel. Influenza 116 18 Adjournment 10:05 p. m..nfuezaAttendance 152. Oyhthalmia N eonatorum Trachoma Tetanus Smallpox Puerperal Fever Erysipelas Chickenpox Mumps Measles Diphtheria and Croup Scarlatina Consumption Total f 1 1 Albert F. Koetter, Secreta 4 27 13 12 38 14 34 I 14 14 261 35 Meeting of the General Society MARCH 29, 1919 The meeting was called to order at 8:35 p. m., by the president, Dr. Wm. Engelbach. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The scientific program consisted of the following: THERAPEUTIC MEETING "Small Doses of Atropine," by Dr. Frank Fry. "Small Doses of Veronal," by Dr. Horace W. Soper. "Small Doses of Thyroid," by Dr. Martin F. Engman. "Overlapping stitch for use in Operation on Ventral and Umbilical Hernia," by Dr. Harvey G. Mudd. "Apparatus for Wound Protection," by Dr. Hudson Talbott. "Venesection," by Dr. Louis H. Hempelmann. "A unique Surgical Procedure," by Dr. Harvey S. McKay. "A Curette or Bur for the Lacrimal Sac and Duct,", by Dr. John Green, Jr. "The Use of Calomel in Typhoid Fever," by Dr. Charles H. Neilson. "Post Operative Aid to Lung Expansion after Empyema," by Dr. Major G. Seelig. "'Use of Calomel in Small Doses," by Dr. Wm.. W. Graves. "The Quartz Lamp in Dermatology," by Dr. Joseph Grin don. "Incomplete Defacation," by Dr. David L. Penney. - Discussion by Drs. Carroll Smith, Robert M. Funkhouser, Wm. H. Stauffer, Joseph Grindon and Francis L. Reder. Dr. Aufderheide reported orally for the Committee on Control and Prevention of Crime in St. Louis stating that the committee had been organized and that Dr. Fuchs had been elected one of the vice-presidents and that he had been put on the Executive Committee. Applicants for Membership Any member of the Society who knows a good or su ient reason why anyone of the following applicants is I eligible for membership in our Society is requested to co municate at once with the Chairman or any member of Membership Committee at the headquarters of the Socie 3525 Pine St. The Membership Committee is composed the following: Drs. Wm. H. Vogt, Chairman, Charles Neilson and Richard H. Fuhrmann. First Publication Oswald P. J. Falk, St. John's Hospital. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1918. Sponsors: Wm. Engelbach, John Young Brown. Arthur Lawrence Fuerth, City Hospital. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1916. Sponsors: Carroll Smith, C. H. Neilson. Lloyd L. Heid, City Hospital. Nat'i University of Arts & Science, St. Louis, Mo., 19 Sponsors: Carroll Smith, C. H. Neilson. Frank Joseph Hellrung, City Hospital. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1916. Sponsors: Roland Hill, Carroll Smith. William Fred Stein, City Hospital. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1915. Sponsors: Carroll Smith, Roland Hill. Charles S. J. Tillmanns, City Hospital. Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1907. Sponsors: Ellis Fischel, Carroll Smith. Second Publication Carl Jacob Althaus, 5803 Easton Ave. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1917. Sponsors:Bransford Lewis, Neil S. Moore. Rodney Alexander Yoell, St. John's Hospital. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1918. Sponsors: Wm. Engelbach, John Young Brown. Otto J. Wilhelmi, 412 Humboldt Bldg. St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo., 1917. Sponsors: John R. Caulk, H. G. Greditzer. Tentative Program Saturday, April 19, 1919. Symposium on "Complications and Sequalae of the cent Influenza Epidemic, not Including Pneumon Saturday, April 26, 1919. The Relation of Wound Healing and the Resolutiol Pneumonia........................ Dr. M, T. Burr( Slight Elevations of Temperature and their Clin Significance.....................Dr. Chas. H. Neil La) 0 U -) U ai) 0 CL CcI) E -o c -O 0 -o ~0.O CO -o - 0 C 0 0 0 0 a) 0 ~0 ai) U) C C) 03 C ai)

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