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The 1969 complaints of the Plenary consultation of the ecu association for examine on remedy of melanoma were divided among volumes of a com­ pletely varied nature. quantity 29, Aseptic Environments and melanoma therapy, offers not just with the remedy of every kind of melanoma but additionally with aplastic therapy of bone marrow and sure different pathological stipulations, resembling immunological insufficiency, bums and so forth. consequently the quantity can be of curiosity not just to carcinologists and haematologists but additionally to paediatricians, surgical devices, intensive-care devices, health facility directors and designers and engineers who concentrate on sanatorium layout and gear. quantity 30, Advances within the remedy of Acute (Blastic) Leukemias, offers with a selected kind of melanoma and may have a extra constrained readership of carcinologists focusing on leukemia and all haematologists. Paris, April 1970 GEORGES MATHE Contents advent. G. MATHE. 1 5 Years adventure of the medical Use of a Pathogen-Free Isolation Unit. G. MATHE, M. SCHNEIDER, 1. SCHWARZENBERG, J. 1. AMIEL, A. CATTAN, J. R. SCHLUMBERGER, M. HAYAT, F. DE VASSAL, CL. JASMIN, and CL. ROSEN- FELD. With three Figures . three safe Environments and using Antibiotics. H. E. M. KAY, J. BYRNE, B. JAMESON, and J. LYNCH . 14 secure surroundings, Prophylactic Antibiotics and melanoma Chemotherapy.

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Several regimens eombining orally administered, minimally absorbed, broad speetrum antibioties have been sueeessfully employed [3, 9, 12]. These mixtures have the disadvantage of being in themselves somewhat toxie to the gastrointestinal mueosa. Baeterial suppression has been generally effeetive, when the drugs eould be tolerated, and, in most eases, when autoclaved or Studies of Components of Patient Protection Programs 27 otherwise sterilized food was administered concurrently. Such a program of antibiotics and diet is usually costly and time-consuming to conduct, and may, because of the decrease in palatability of the diet, aggravate the anorexia or more serious gastrointestinal discomfort experienced by the patient.

For daily routine nursing of the infant the frontpanel of the bench was opened by an assisting nurse after increasing the airvelocity to 50 cm per sec. The front part of the working table was cleaned with 70010 alcohol. All items to be brought in were sterilized either by ethylene oxide or by autoclaving: linen, clothes, toys, comb, basin, scale, feeding bottles, teats etc. Medical and laboratory instruments e. g. stethoscope, and connecting cables e. g. for electrocardiography, temperature measurements etc.

The filtration system thereafter maintains excellent sterility. Air contamination during occupancy by patients not receiving antibiotics is minimal, and approximately 2log orders lower than the ambient. On most occasions sampled air has been sterile. Since the rooms are highly efficient for preserving a sterile environment, we have set about a randomized study of their efficacy in preventing morbidity and mortality in patients with leukemia. Patients are randomized to care on the open ward, to care in a single room with full gown techniques for reverse isolation with suppressing antibacterial drugs and sterile food, or to the laminar flow units with or without gut Protected Environmental Rooms in Buffalo 33 sterilization.

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