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Then they were given protective remedies against it, and were told that if, on their return to the ship, they promptly reported to the hospital orderlies if they had been exposed to infection, they would be put under treatment at once and neither punished nor docked of their pay even if the infection Theoretically, this method is open to the single objection that it teaches the men how they may run risks with comparative impunity.
The serum of the other four animals contained in all instances substances which completely neutralized the hemolysin of the gas bacillus in high dilution. If that produces no change in another four hours,' it may be repeated. For the side on wbieb there was a distiuct hydronephrosis as the result of a ureterovenous anastomosis of two months' duration as well as for the kidney in whicli these conditions had only obtained for a few days.