EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF RHEUMATIC VALVULAR DISEASE IN RECRUITS.
GRADE cows fed a commercial 50 per cent wettable DDT powder developed symptoms of DDT poisoning following a minimum dose of 514 mgm/kg actual DDT and recovered from maximum of 1100 mgm/kg. Each cow received a total of 720 grams (25 oz) of the wettable powder which is far in excess of the quantity which is likely to be ingested following the spraying of barns.
Authors :-Parkinson J, Hartley J,
Keywords :-HEART/disease--in soldiers, RHEUMATIC FEVER/cardiac complications,
Mesh Headings :-Early Diagnosis, Heart, Heart Diseases, Heart Valve Diseases, Humans, Military Personnel, Rheumatic Fever, Rheumatic Heart Disease,
Chemical List :-Salts, brine, Sodium Chloride,
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Parkinson J, Hartley J, .EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF RHEUMATIC VALVULAR DISEASE IN RECRUITS. British heart journal 1946-Oct;8()212-32 DOI:
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Journal Title - British heart journal
ISSN - 0007-0769
Volume - 8
Issue - 4
Publish date - 1946-Oct
Language - eng
Country - England
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