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Number 1, September-October 1942

EDITORIALS
     Symposium - War Casualties
     9

     First Anniversary
     9

     Navy "E"
     10

SYMPOSIUM---DISPOSITION OF WAR CASUALTIES
WAR WOUNDS
     Lt. Col. A. W. Spittler, M.C., U.S.A
     17

SHOCK
     Lt. Col. C. T. Young, M.C., U.S.A
     22

ABDOMINAL WAR WOUNDS
     Lt. Col. L. D. Heaton, M.C., U.S.A
     26

CHEST WOUNDS
     J. E. Strode, M.D.
     29

HEAD INJURIES
     R. B. Cloward, M.D.
     32

ORTHOPEDIC WOUNDS
     Lt. J. D. Macpherson, M.C., U.S.N.R.
     37

BURNS: A treatment plan for large numbers
     Lt. Comdr. P. C. Spangler, M.C., U.S.N.R.
     40

BLAST INJURIES OF THE LUNGS, with comment on immersion blast injury
     Lt. Comdr. Joseph Palma, M.C., U.S.N.R..
     42

INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
     47

 

Number 2, November-December, 1942

TYPHUS FEVER IN HONOLULU CERTAIN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ASPECTS
     Joseph E. Alicata, Ph. D., and Virginia Breaks, A. B., Honolulu
     59

PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS IN WARTIME HAWAII
     Edwin E. McNiel, M. D., Honolulu
     63

VENEREAL DISEASE CONTROL
     Eric A. Fennel, M. D., Honolulu
     67

BILATERAL DERMOID CYST OF THE OVARY, COMPLICATING PREGNANCY
     (A supplementary report)
     H. R. Seiler, M. D., Paia, Maui
     72

TREATMENT OF TETANUS: I
     Steele F. Stewart, M. D., Honolulu
     73

TREATMENT OF TETANUS: II
     F. J. Halford, M. D., Honolulu
     74

PREVENTIVE ASPECTS OF TETANUS
     Donald C. Marshall, M. D., Honolulu
     78

EDITORIALS
     Should Prostitution "Go?"
     81

     Solvents Condemned for Removing Gas!
     81

     There Aren't Enough Nurses
     82

     &q uot;Professional Advertising"
     82

     You Can't Get Malaria Here
     83

PROGRESS IN INTERNAL MEDICINE
     Diabetes
     S. E. Doolittle M.D., Honolulu
     85

RECENT ADVANCES IN SURGERY
     Neurogenic Appendicitis
     K. Hosoi, M.D., Honolulu
     89

CLINICO-PATHOLOGIC COMMENT
     Fee Schedules
     Pathologists Needed
     Blood Bank
          Eric A. Fennel, M.D., Honolulu
          91

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
     Progress Report-H. L. Arnold, M.D.
     95

     Physician Assignments by Hospitals (Oahu)
     98

     Blood Typing 30,000 civilians
     William B. Patterson, M.D., Maui
     99

     Island of Kauai Report
     100

     Island of Hawaii Report
     100

COUNTY SOCIETY REPORTS
     103

NOTES AND NEWS
     111

LIBRARY NOTES
     Complete catalogue of medical books in the Charles R. Adams library, including recent assessions
     115

 

Number 3, January-February, 1943

LEPTOSPIROSIS (WEIL'S DISEASE)
     Robert J. Hoagland, Major M.C., U.S.A., Frank H. Harris, Captain, M.C., A.U.S.,
     Steven S. Chinen, Honolulu
     131

A SURVEY OF LEPTOSPIROSIS IN HONOLULU
     Joseph E. Alicata, Ph. D., and Virginia Breaks, B.A., Honolulu
     137

TREATMENT OF BRONCHIECTASIS: I
     Discussion and Report of a Case
     S. E. Doolittle, M.D., Honolulu
     143

TREATMENT OF BRONCHIECTASIS: II
     Review of the Literature and Discussion, of Surgical Techniques
     J. E. Strode, M.D., Honolulu
     146

S0CIAL ASPECTS OF MATERNITY CARE
     A Study of 203 Cases under Care at the Queen's Hospital
     Virginia Chatfield Ott, A B., M.S, Honolulu
     149

CORPUS LUTEUAI CYST IN OVARIAN TRANSPLANT
     Lyle G. Phillips, M.D., Honolulu
     149

EDITORIALS
     Diabetic Identification Cards
     158

     Surfing in Sewage
     158

     The Diet Clinic
     159

     Food Handlers' Certificates
     159

     Silly Censorship
     158

     "For the Duration"
     160

PROGRESS IN INTERNAL MEDICINE
     Splenomegaly
     S. E. Doolittle, M.D., Honolulu
     161

RECENT ADVANCES IN SURGERY
     Sister Kenny's Pilgrimage
     A. L. Craig, M.D., Honolulu
     165

CLINICO-PATHOLOGIC COMMENT
     Whole Blood Bank
     Eric A. Fennel, M.D., Honolulu
     167

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
     Medical Preparedness on the Mainland
     F. J. Pinkerton, M.D., Honolulu
     171

     Island of Hawaii
     H. M. Patterson, M.D
     173

COUNTY SOCIETY REPORTS
     175

NOTES AND NEWS
     179

 

Number 4, March-April, 1943

INSECTS AND OTHER ARTHROPODS OF MEDICAL INTEREST IN HAWAII
     C. E. Pemberton
     191

PRIMARY ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA
     H. J. Frachtman, Major, M. C., A.U.S.
     195

PRIMARY ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA IN HAWAII
     Albert G. Bower, Commander, M.C.V (S), U.S.N.R.
     198

SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE EPAIR OF FACIAL INJURIES
     Michael Gudlin, Lieutenant, M.C., U.S.N.R.
     199

EDITORIALS
     Politics versus Health?
     203

PROGRESS IN INTERNAL MEDICINE
     Coronary Artery Disease
     S. E Doolittle, M.D., Honolulu
     207

RECENT ADVANCES IN SURGERY
     Simplified Treatment of Fractures of the Humerus
     C. C. Burgess, M. D., Honolulu
     215

CLINICO-PATHOLOGIC COMMENT
     Reveries of a Clinical Pathologist
     E. A. Fennel, M. D., Honolulu
     217

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
     Progress Report
     H. L. Arnold, M. D., Honolulu
     223

COUNTY SOCIETY REPORTS
     227

 

Number 5, May-June, 1943

ACID-FAST BACILLI IN THE SPUTUM
     Dr. R. Chisholm, M. D.
     237

BACILLUS TUBERCULOSIS-VIEWS REGARDING THE DIAGNOSTIC AND PROGNOSTIC IMPORTANCE OF ITS PRESENCE IN THE SPUTUM
     Otto W. Fennel, M. D. (1884)
     244

CIGARETTE SMOKING AS A FACTOR IN STERILITY
     Lyle G. Phillips, M. D.
     249

EDITORIALS
     Prental Serologic Tests for Syphilis
     251

     Continuous Caudal Anesthesia Is Not Safe Yet
     251

     Tuberculosis Survey in Hawaii School Personnel
     253

     Food Handlers Certificate: II
     253

PROGRESS IN INTERNAI, MEDICINE
     Therapeutic Notes on a Few New Drugs,
     S. E. Doolittle, M. D.
     255

RECENT ADVANCES IN SURGERY
     Appendicitis Simulating Malignancy of the Caecum
     J. E. Strode, M. D.
     259

CLINICO-PATHOLOGIC COMMENT
     Reveries of a Senescent Pathologist: II
     E. A. Fennel, M. D.
     263

     Hawaii Society of Clinical Pathologists
     I. L. Tilden, M.D.
     266

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
     Report at Annual Meeting, Honolulu County Medical Society
     H. L. Arnold, M. D.
     261

COUNTY SOCIETY REPORTS
     273

 

Number 6, July-August, 1943

DENGUE FEVER: I
     James R. Enright, M. D., Honolulu
     293

DENGUE FEVER: II
     F. D. Nance, M. D., Honolulu
     295

BUBONIC PLAGUE ON THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
     C. L. Carter, M. D., Honokaa, Hawaii
     296

GLOMUS TUMOR OF THE WRIST
     Ralph B. Cloward, M. D., and I. L. Tilde n, M. D., Honolulu
     299

AN INVESTIGATION OF TATTOOING IN HONOLULU
     Bernard Witlin, B. Sc., Honolulu
     302

EDITORIALS
     Politics in Health: II
     307

     Ophthalmologic Fee-Splitting
     308

     Don Baxter, Inc., Army-Navy "E"
     308

PROGRESS IN INTERNAL MEDICINE
     Dengue Fever
     L. Clagett Beck, M. D., Honolulu
     311

RECENT ADVANCES IN SURGERY
     Five Year Cure of Carcinoma of Stomach With Regional Metastases
     Shoyei Yamauchi, M. D., Honolulu
     315

HOSPITAL NEEDS
     321

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
     Report for fiscal year ending June 30, 1943
     H. L. Arnold, M. D.
     325

COUNTY SOCIETY REPORTS
     329

FIFTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING HAWAII TERRITORIAL MEDICAL
     333

INDEX TO VOLUME 2
     342

 

Index to Volume 2


A-D   E-H   I-L   M-P   R-Y  


Abdomen
     war wounds, 26
Advertisers (see Index)
Alicata, J. E. and Breaks, Virginia
     survey of leptospirosis in Honolulu, 137
     typhus fever in Honolulu, 59
American specialty board diplomates, 111
Anesthesia
     continuous caudal, editorial, 251
     ether near open flames, 114
     war wounds, 20
Appendicitis
     neurogenic, 89
     simulating malignancy of the cecum, 259
Arnold, H. L.
     emergency medical services, 97, 117, 225, 270, 326

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Bacteriology (see also Tuberculosis)
     the stepchild of the laboratory, 263
     bacterial respiratory needs, 263
     vs. histopathology, 217
Banti's disease, 161
Batten, G., discussion, tetanus, 76
Beek, L. C., dengue fever, 311
Benyas, N. M.
     HCMS reports, 279, 330
Blood (see War, blood)
     dicoumarin, as anticoagulant, 256
Bolles, Elizabeth D., HCMS report, 108
Bower, A. G., primary atypical pneumonia in Hawaii, 198
Breaks, Virginia (see Alicata)
Bronchiectasis
     treatment of, 143, 146
Bronson, discussion, burns, 41
Burgess, C. M., simplified treatment of fractures of the humerus, 215
Burns (see War, burns)
By-Laws
     Maui county, 103
     Hawaii county, 273, 330

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Cancer (see also Tumors)
     five-year cure of carcinoma of stomach with regional metastasis, 315
     committee report, 338
Cardiovascular Diseases (see also War, wounds)
     cardiac injuries, 30
     coronary artery disease, 207
     digitalis, variation of potency, 256
     digitoxin in heart disease, 256
Carter, C. L., bubonic plague on Hawaii, 296
Cecum
     appendicitis simulating malignancy of, 259
Censorship, editorial, 158
Chang, M. L., Hawaii county society reports, 105, 176, 228, 275, 330
Chest (see Thorax; War, wounds)
Chinen, S. S. (see Hoagland)
Chisholm, D. R., acid-fast bacilli in the sputum, 237
     prologue to Fennel, 0. W., bacillus tuberculosis, 241
Chung-Hoon, E. K., appointment to OCD, 95
Clinico-Pathologic comment
     fee schedules, 91
     blood bank, 92
     Hawaii society of clinical pathologists, 221, 266
     notes on a journey, 319
     pathologists needed, 91
     reveries of senescent pathologist, 217, 263
     whole blood bank, 167
Cloward, R. B., head injuries, 32
     and Tilden, I. L., glomus tumor of the wrist, 299
Communicable Diseases (see Epidemiology; Public health)
     primary atypical pneumon ia in Hawaii, 198
     bubonic plague on the Island of Hawaii, 296
Corpus luteum (see Ovary)
Craig, A. L., Sister Kenny's pilgrimage, 165
Curare in tatanus, 75

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Delagates
     A. M. A., 334
Dengue Fever (see also Insects), 293, 295, 311
Diabetes
     etiology, acidosis, treatment of, 85
     identification card, 158
Dicoumarin, anticoagulant, 256
Digitalis, variations in potency, 256
Digitoxin in heart disease, 256
Don Baxter, Navy "E", editorial, 309,
Doolittle, S. E., bronchiectais, 143
     discussion of shock, 25
     progress in internal medicine
          diabetes, 85
          splenomegaly, 161
          therapeutic notes on a few drugs, 255
          coronary artery disease, 207
Downes, T. W., discussion, war wounds, 20
Drugs (see Sulfa compounds)
     therapeutic notes on a few new drugs, 255
          sulfadiazine, succinyl-sulfathiazole,
          promin F, pencillin, digitals, dicoumarin
Dues and assessments
     Maui county, 103
     Hawaii county, 104

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Economics (see Medical service plans)
     fee schedule for laboratory work, 91
     industrial fee schedule revision, .107, 176, 278, 336
     group insurance, 108, 176, 276
     medical care department of welfare patients, 277, 329, 331
     ophthalmologic fee-splitting, 308
     Hawaii Medical Service Association, 330
Editorials
     continuous caudal anesthesia is not safe-yet, 251
     diabetic identification card, 158
     first anniversary, 9
     food handlers' certificates, 157, 253
     Navy "E", Don Baxter, Inc, 309
     Navy "E" for Wyeth, 10
     ophthalmologic fee-splitting, 308
     politics vs. health, 203, 307
     prenatal secrologic test for syphilis, 251
     professional advertising, 82
     should prostitution "go", 81
     silly censorship, 158
     solvents condemned for removing mustard gas surfing in sewage, 83
     symposium-war casualities, 9
     there aren't enough nurses, 82
     tuberculosis survey in Hawaii school personnel, 253
     you can't get malaria here, 83
     we need the blood bank, 309
Education, post graduate course, 336, 337
     health education committee report, 339
Emergency Medical Services (see War)
Enright, J., discussion, tetanus, 77
     degue fever: I, 293
Epidemiology (see also under names of diseases)
     dengue fever, 293, 295
     leptospirosis (Weil's disease), 131
     leptospirosis in Honolulu, a survey, 137
     malaria, editorial, 83
     mumps, enteritis, diarrhea, 176
     pertussis, 228, 275
     rat control program, HCMS report, 106
     typhus fever in Honolulu, 59

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Fee Schedules (see Economics, medical)
Fennel, E. A.
     chest wounds, discussion, 31
     clinico-pathologic comment:
          blood bank, 92
          fee schedules, 91
          Hawaii society of clinical pathologist, 217, 263
          pathologist needed, 91
          reveries of a senescent pathologist, 217
          whole blood bank, 167
     epilogue to Fennel, O. W., 248
     veneral disease control, 67
Fennel, O. W., bacillus tuberculosis . . . in thesputum, 224
First Aid (see War)
Foodhandlers
     examinations, 331, 157, 253
Frachtman, H. J., primary atypical pneumonia, 195
Fractures (see Orthopedics)

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Gage, Helen, letter nursing council for war services, 183
Gas (see War, chemical warfare)
Gas Gangrene (see War, wounds)
Glomus tumor of the wrist, 299
Gynecology (see also Obstetrics)
     corpus luteum cyst in ovarian transplant, 154
     bilateral dermoid cyst of the ovary complicating pregnancy, 72
Gurdin, M., special considerations in the repair of facial injuries, 199

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Halford, F. J., burns, discussion, 41
     tetan us, treatment of, 74
     tetanus, discussion, 76,. 77
Hamlin, H., discussion, head and blast injuries, 35
Hamre, E. K., tetanus, discussion, 77
Harris F H. (see Hoagland)
Hawaii Medical Service Association (see Medical service plans)
Head injuries (see War, wounds)
Heart (see Cardiovascular diseases: war wounds)
Heaton, L. D., abdominal war wounds, 26
Hepatitis, cute infectious, 133, 329
Hirsch, L., letter to editor re pathologist, 179
     notes on a journey, 319
     tetanus, discussion, 77
Histopathology
     bacteriology vs, 218
Hoagland, R. J., Harris F. H., and Chinen, S. S., leptospirosis, 131
Hosoi, K., neurogenic appedicitis, 89
Hospitals (see War, emergency medical services)
     civilian hospital and bed shortage, 321, 331
     expansion obstetrical facilities, 177
     need for nursing home, 276
Humerus (see Orthopedics)

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Index, advertisers, 47, 107, 183, 228, 279
Infections (see also Tetanus, names of diseases)
     Pencillin, in treatment of, 255
     Succinyl-sufathiazole, in treament of, 255
     Sulfadiazine, in treatment of, 255
Infectious Diseases (see Communicable diseases, Epidemiology, Public health)
     acute infectious hepatitis, 144, 320
Immersion Blast Injury (see War, blast injuires)
Immunization
     tetanus, 77
     tetanus, campaign, 107
     tetanus prevention aspects of, 78
Insects and other arthropods of medical interest in Hawaii, 191
Insulin, new variations in treament of diabetes, 85
Insurance (see Economics, Medical service plans)
     malpractice insurance for army medical officers, 227

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Journal
     committee report, 337
     first anniversary, 9
     professional adverting, editorial, 82
Judd, J. R., abdominal war wounds, discussion, 27

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Kenny, pilgrimage of, 165

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Laboratory (see Clinico-pathologic comment, Pathology)
     bacterial respiratory needs, 265
     bacteriology vs. histopathology, 217, 264
     chemistry, photelometric, 218
     Difco, et al, 254
     Hawaii county report, 275
     hematology, 218
     molded bottle caps, 265
     parasitology, 217
     pH, 264
     prenatal serologic tests for syphilis, 251
     serology, 218
     sulfa compounds, 264
Lam, J., tetanus, dsicussion, 76
Lee, R. K. C., editorial re qualifications, 307
Legislation
     department of welfare patients, 277
     politics vs health, editorial, 203, 307
     premarital examination, 273
     prenatal serologic tests for syphilis, 251, 273
     qualifications commissioner public health, 274, 276, 334
Leptospirosis (Weil's disease), 131
     survey of in Honolulu, 137
Leslie, W. F., foodhandlers' certificates, editorial, 253
Library
     accessions, 115
     catalogue, 116
     committee report, 176
     Hawaii county report, 104, 175, 176, 273, 275
     Honolulu county report, 106, 276, 279, 331
     Kalihi hospital library acquisition, 176
     Maui county report, 103, 275
Liquor, prescritions, 276
Lobectomy (see Thorax)
Lungs (see Thorax and War)

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McNeil, E. E., psychiatric problems in war time Hawaii, 63
     tetanus discussion, 77
McPherson, J. D., orthopedic wounds, 38
Mabel Smyth Building, board of management report, 39
Malaria, editorial, 83
Marshall, D. C., preventive aspects of tetanus, 78
Maternity (see Obstetrics)
Medical Service Plans
     firemen, 107 176
     Hawaii medical service association, 106
     Hawaii vacational school, 175
     policemen, 107
     U.S. engineers-Hawaiian constructors, 107, 177, 278
Membership
     classes, 106
     exemption dues, 106
     new, 111, 179, 330
     report of secretary, HTMA, 337
Milk Commission, 278, 336
Molded Bottle Caps, 265
Mosquitoes (see Insects, Dengue fever, Malaria)

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Nance, F. D., dengue fever, 295
Notes and News, 111, 179
Nurses
     shortage of, editorial, 82
     HCMS report, 107
     letter, nursing council for war services, 183
Nutrition
     diet clinic, 176, 180

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Obituary
     Hollman, Hemry T., 278
     McLean, Charles R., 107
Obstetrics
     bilateral dermoid cyst of the ovary, complicating pregnacy, 72
     cigarette smoking as a factor in sterility, 249
     committee report, 339
     continous caudal anesthesia is not sate-yet effect of war, 152
     prenatal serologic tests for syphylis, editorial, 251
     social aspects pf maternity care, 149
O.C.D. (see War, emergency medical service)
Officers
     HCMS, elected 1943-1944, 277
     HTMA, elected 1943-19944, 334
     listed, 4, 56, 128, 188, 234, 190
Ophthalmology
     ophthalmologic fee-splitting, 308
Orenstein, A., report Hawaii OCD, 100
Orthopedic Wounds (see also War)
     simplified treatment of fractures of the humerus, 215
Osmers, Wm., Maui county report, 103
Ott, V. C., social aspects of maternity care, 149
Ovary
     bilateral dermoid cyst of, 72
     corpus luteum cyst in ovarian transplant, 154

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Palma, J., blast injury of the lungs, 42
Pathology (see Clinico-pathologic comment, Laboratory)
     Hawaii society of clinical pathologist, 221, 266
     letter to editor re pathologist, 179
     pathologists needed, 91
     reveries of a senscent pathologist, 217, 263
Patterson, H. M.
     Hawaii county report, 106
     Hawaii OCD report, 173
Patterson, W. B.
     blood typing 30,000 civilians, 100
     Maui county report, 276, 329
Pemberton, C. E., insects of medical interest in Hawaii, 191
Penicillin, 255
Perlstein, R. N.
     blast injuries, discussion, 46
     Fennel, O. W. comment on, 247
Peters, Maruerite, resolution, 177. 183
Phillips, L. G., Cigarette smoking as a factors inserility, 249
     corpus luteum cyst in ovarian transplant
Pinkerton, F. J., medical preparedness on the mainland, 171
Plague, bubonic, on the island of Hawaii, 296
Plasma (see War, blodd)
Plastic Surgery (see Surgery, plastic)
Pneumonia, primary atypical, 195
     primary atypical in Hawaii, 198
Poliomyelitis
     emergency OCD hospital, 326
     nurse training in Kenny treatment, 275
     Sister Kenny's pilgrimage, 165
Pregnancy (see Obstetrics, Gynecology)
Procurement & Assignment
     HCMS report, 106
     Hawaii county report, 104
Progress in Internal Medicine
     coronary artery disease, 207
     degue fever, 311
     diabetes, 85
     splenomegaly, 161
     therapeutic notes on a few new drugs, 255
Promin F, 255
Prostitution
     Hawaii county report, 228
     no prostitutes on Maui, 276
     resolution Hawaii county, 274
     should prostitution "go"?, editorial, 81
     venereal disease control, 67
Psychiatry (see War psychiatry)
     committee report, 338
Public Health (see Epidemiology, Communicable diseases)
     foodhandlers' certificates, 157, 253
     legislation re qualification of commissioner of public health, 274, 276
     politics vs health, 203, 307
     prenatal serologic tests for syphilis, 251
     surfing in sewage, editorial, 158
     tuberculosis survey in Hawaii schools personnel, 253
Publicity
     HCMS report, 106

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Recent Advances in Surgery
     appendicitis simulating malignancy of the cecum, 259
     five year cure of carcinoma of the stomach with regional metastasis, 315
     neurogenic appendicitis, 89
     simplified treatment of fractures of the humerus, 215
     Sister Kenny's pilgrimage, 165
Reports
     county societies
          Hawaii, 103, 175, 227, 273, 329, 330, 334
          Honolulu, 106, 176, 276, 277, 330
          Kauai, 334
          Maui, 103, 275, 329
     emergency medical services
          annual meeting HCMS. 269
          Hawaii, 100, 173, 227
          Kauai, 100
  &nb sp;       Maui, 99
          Oahu, 95, 223, 325
     fifty-third annual meeting HTMA, 335
Resolutions
     committee report, 278
     delegate to A.M.A., 334
     qualifications Board of Health, 335
     Peters, Maruerite, 183
     senate, re service December 7th, 277
Robertson R. C., orthopedic wonds, discussion, 38

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Sanitation, surfing in sewage, editorial, 158
Schattenburg, O. L., continuous caudal anesthesia is not safe-yet, 251
Sewage (see Sanitation)
Seiler, H. M., bilateral dermoid cyst of ovary, 72
Shanahan, W., tetanus, discussion, 77
Sharpnel, meaning of, 34
Shock (see War, wounds)
Spangler, P. C., burns, a treatment plan for large numbers, 40
Spleen splenomegaly, 161
Spittler, A. W., War wounds, 17
Sterility, cigarette smoking as a factor in, 249
Stewart, S. F., treatment of tetanus, 73
Stomach
     five-year cure of carcinoma, 315
Strode, J. E.
     appendicitis simulating malignancy of the cecum, 259
     chest wounds, 29
     treatment of bronchiectasis: II, 146
Sulfa Compunds
     Sulfanilamide in
          bacteriology, 265
          burns, 112
          abdominal wounds, 27
          compound fractures, 38
          head wounds, 35
          primary atypical pneumonia, 197, 198
          war wounds, 17, 18, 20
     Sulfadiazine
          burns, 41
          pneumonia in blast injury, 43
          abdomina; wounds, 27
          value of, 255
     sulfathiazole, succinyl, 255
     sulfasuxidine, 255
     sulfa drugs plus sulfur salve, 112
Surgery (see War, wounds; Rrecent advances)
     bronchiectasis, treatment of, 146
     carcinoma of stomach, five-year cure, 315
     facial injuries, special considerations in the repair of, 199
     tetanus, treatment of, 73
Syphilis (see Venereal disease)

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Tattooing, an investgation in Honolulu, 302
Tetanus
     curare, 75
     immunization, 107
     preventive aspects of, 78
     treatment of, 73, 74
     toxoid, 18
Thorax (see Tuberculosis; Pneumonia; War, wounds)
     blast injury to the lung, 42
     bronchiectasis, treament of, 143, 146
     chest wounds, 24
     pneumothorax, 30
     valve, 31
Tilden, I. (see Cloward)
     Hawaii society of clinical pathologists, 221, 266
Trichinosis, educational program, 273
Tuberculosis
     acid-fast bacilli in the sputum, 237
     bacillus tuberculosis . . . in the sputum, 244
     foodhandlers' certificates, editorial, 253
     promin F in treatment of, 255
     survey in Hawaii school personnel, editorial, 253
     x-ray survey school personnel, 176, 273
Tumors (see Cancer)
     glomus tunior of the wrist, 299
Typhus Fever (see Epidemiology)

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Venereal Disease (see also Prostitution)
     prenatal serologic tests for syphilis editorial, 251
     venereal disease control, 67

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Walker, H. H., chest wounds, discussion, 31
Wassell, C. M., war experiences, 112
War
     blast injuries
          to the lung, 42
          immersion blast, 42
     blood
          blood bank, 92, 105, 227, 228, 309, 331
          blood banks, mainland, 171
          blood typing 30,000 civilians on Maui, 99
          Bronson, discussion, 41
          plasma for burns, 40, 41
          whole blood bank, 167
     burns
          Bronson, discussion, 41
          Halford, discussion, 41
          treatment plan for large numbers, 40
          Wassell, war experiences, 112
     censorship--editorial, 158
     chemical warfare
          solvents condemned for removing mustard gas, 81
     emergency medical services
          a mbulance service, 97, 325
          Baehr's visit, 223, 274
          bulletin preparedness commitee to HCMS, 177
          first aid stations, 96, 107, 227, 228
     hospitals
          petition to retain Army doctors in hospitals, 277
          physician assignments to hospitals, 98
          poliomyelitis hospital closed staff, 277
          surgical practice in OCD hospitals, 95, 277, 325
     nurses
          letter, nursing council for war services, 183
          not enough nurses, editorial, 82
     plans and training, 95
     preparedness on the mainland, 171
     reports
          annual meeting HCMS, 269
          Hawaii, 100, 173, 335
          Kauai, 100
          Maui, 99
          Oahu, 95, 228
     supplies, 95, 107
     psychiatric--problems in wartime Hawaii, 63
     symposium--war casualties, editorial, 9
     wounds
          abdominal, 26
     anesthesia for, 20, 26
          chest, 29
          head, 32
          heart, 30
          gas gangrene, 20
          orthopedic, 38
          repair of facial injuries, 199
          shock, 22, 40, 43
          sulfanilamide in, 17, 18, 20, 27, 35, 38
          sutures, 19, 35
          war wounds, 17
War Workers
     releases, 107
Wilbar, Charles L., editorial re qualifications, 307
Winter, W., tetanus, discussion, 77
Witlin, Bernard, an investigation of tattooing in Honolulu, 302

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Yamauchi, Shoyei, five year cure of carcinoma of stomach with regional metastasis, 315
Yellow Fever (see Insects), 134
     vaccination for, causing hepatitis, 329
Young, C. T., shock, 22

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