1924
DOI: 10.1177/003591572401700106 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Dr. J. F. HALLS DALLY (London) said that contrary to general belief recent work had shown that the ingestion even of large quantities of water failed to raise th9 blood-pressure of normal persons, and that there were reasonable grounds for belief that various portions of the kidney tissue exercised a selective action in the elimination of different substances, e.g., salts and nitrogenous bodies. Dr. J. B. BURT (Buxton). For many generations we have had clinical proofs of the specific action of mineral waters. … Show more

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