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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Great Britain. Medical Research Committee.
Reports of the Committee upon anaerobic bacteria and infections.
London : His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1919
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Fraser; Alexander Fleming; William John Tulloch; Edgar Hartley Kettle; William Bulloch; Great Britain. Medical Research Committee.
|Notes:||At head of title: National health insurance. Medical research committee.
"The report as it stands is the conjoint work of the members of the committee. For the sake of completeness, however, several sections were written by others ... Thus the committee received a report on 'the clinical features and treatmentof anaerobic infection of wounds and gas gangrene', by Dr. John Fraser ... Dr. Alexander Fleming prepared a summary ... on the 'aerobic infections of wounds', while Major W.J. Tulloch gave the benefit of his wide experience on the bacteriology of tetanus. Dr. E.H. Kettle undertook ... an exact inquiry into the finer pathological anatomical changes in human and experimental gas gangrene. Prof. W. Bulloch compiled an extensive bibliography of the literature on anaerobic infections."--Introduction.
|Description:||vi, 182 pages illustrations, plates.|
|Series Title:||Special report series (Great Britain. Medical Research Committee), no. 39.|