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PROGRESS IN PEDIATRICS |

REVIEW OF THE 1911 STUDIES IN THE NORMAL METABOLISM OF CHILDREN

J. P. SEDGWICK, M.D.
Am J Dis Child. 1912;III(5):318-335. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1912.04100170043006.
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Langstein and Meyer: Infant Feeding and Metabolism (Sedgwick Ab.), 1910, Bergman, Wiesbaden.
Grulee: Infant Feeding , 1912, Saunders, Philadelphia.
Ott, I., and Scott, J. C.:  The Action of Animal Extracts upon the Secretion of the Mammary Gland , Arch. Pediat. , xxviii, No. (10) , p. 1029.
Helbich, H.:  Is the Physiological Stimulus Necessary for Starting and Maintaining Lactation? Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , x, No. (8) , p. 391.
Pfaundler, M.:  Virginal Lactation , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , iii, No. (3) , p. 191.
Basch, K.:  The Mammary Secretion of the Child as an Index of the Secretory Capability of the Mother , München. med. Wchnschr. , lviii, No. (43) , p. 2266.
Talbot, Fritz B.:  Two Methods of Obtaining Human Milk for Hospital Use , Boston Med. and Surg. Jour. , 1911, clxiv, 304.
Frank, Robert T., and Unger, A.:  An Experimental Study of the Causes which Produce the Growth of the Mammary Gland , Arch. Int. Med. , 1911, vii, 812.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1911.00060060094005]]
Knape, Walter:  Breast Milk Conserved by Perhydrol , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, x, No. (6) , p. 281.
Grulee, Clifford G. and Buhlig, Walter B.:  Sodium Benzoate in Artificially-Fed Children , Arch. Pediat. , xxviii, No. (10) , p. 869.
Kleinschmidt, Hans:  The Biological Differentiations of the Proteins of Milk , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , x, No. (8) , p. 402.
Filia, A.:  Elimination of Uric Acid by the Milk , Brit. Jour. Child. Dis. , 1911, viii, p. 463.
Seventh Congress of the Italian Pediatric Society, held at Palermo, April, 1911.
Barbier, M.:  Session Society of Pediatrics of June 20, 1911 , Arch. de méd. d. enf. , 1911, xiv, p. 559.
Schloss, Ernst:  The Chemical Composition of Human Milk , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , x, No. (10) , p. 500.
Plauchu, E., and Rendu, Robert:  Study of Fat in Breast Milk , Arch. de méd. d. enf. , 1911, xiv, p. 601.
Autenrieth, W., and Funk, Albert:  Concerning the Colorimetric Determination of Sugar, Creatin and Creatinin in the Urine , München. med. Wchnschr. , vol. lviii, page 899.
Best, F.:  Concerning the Influencé of Preparation of the Food upon its Digestibility , Deutsch. Arch. f. klin. Med. , civ, No. (1) , 94.
Allaria, G. B.:  The Chemical Reaction of the Infant's Saliva , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , x, No. (4) , p. 179.
Allaria, G. B.:  Concerning the Action of Saliva in the Beginning of Digestion in the Infant , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , xxiv, No. (3) , p. 252.
Salle, V.:  The Effect of the Air Temperature upon the Secretory Activity of the Stomach , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , xxiv, No. (6) , p. 697.
Bahrdt, H., and Bamberg, H.:  Animal Experiments upon the Action of the Lower Fatty Acids upon Duodenal Peristalsis , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, iii, 313.
Bahrdt, H., and Bamberg, H.:  Animal Experiments upon the Action of the Lower Fatty Acids upon Duodenal Peristalsis , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, iii, 350.
Huldschinsky, K.:  Concerning the Volatile Fatty Acids in the Stomach Content of Normal Infants , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, iii, 366.
Schmidt, Adolf:  Concerning the Comminuting Function of the Stomach in the Normal and Diseased Stomach , Deutsche med. Wchnschr. , 1911, xxxvii, No. (10) , 435.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1055/s-0028-1130510]]
Davidsohn, Heinrich:  Contribution to the Chemistry of the Infant Stomach , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , ii, No. (5) , p. 420.
Kleiner, Israel:  The Excretion of Dextrose in the Stomach and the Small Intestine , Jour. Exper. Med. , 1911, xiv, 274.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1084/jem.14.3.274]]
Sedgwick, J. P., and Schlutz, F. W.:  Relationship of Gastric to Pancreatic Fat Digestion in Infants , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 243.
Cowie and Lyon:  Further Observations of the Acid Control of the Pylorus in Infants , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 252.
Klotz, M.:  Studies on Starch Digestion , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxiii, 391.
Edelstein, F., and Csonka, F.:  The Qualitative (Quantitative) Determination of Volatile Fatty Acids , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, iii, 321.
Bauer, J.:  Concerning Casein Curds in Infants' Stools , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, x, No. (5) , p. 239.
Brennemann, J.:  Etiology and Nature of Hard Curds in Infants' Stools , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, i, 341.
Ibrahim, J.:  Curds in Connection with the Feeding of Raw Milk , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, x, No. (2) , p. 55.
Pfaundler:  Discussion of Uffenheimer's Paper Before the Münchener Gesellschaft für Kinderheilkunde , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxiv, No. (1) , p. 82.
Stolte, Karl:  Concerning the Conditions Requisite for Formation of Solid Stools of Infants , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxiv, No. (4) , p. 367.
Saito, Hideo:  On the Fat Content of the Feces of Infants , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxviii, 222.
St. Engel and Turnau, L.:  A Reaction Given by the Urines of Breast-Fed Children , Berl. klin. Wchnschr. , 1911, xviii, No. (1) , p. 18.
Boschan, F.:  The Character of the Engel-Turnau Reaction , Berl. klin. Wchnschr. , 1911, xviii, No. (7) , p. 302.
Woodyatt, R. T., and Helmholz, H. F.:  The Use of Blood Charcoal as a Clearing Agent For Urine Containing Glucose , Arch. Int. Med. , 1911, vii, 598.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1911.00060050020002]]
Amberg, Samuel, and Knox, J. H. Mason:  Hippuric Acid in the Urine of Normal Breast-Fed Infants , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 248.
Fleischner, Charles:  The Relationship of Meat Ingestion to Indicanuria in Children , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 262.
Reuss, A.:  Indicanuria in the New-Born , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , iii, No. (1) , p. 12.
Hamill, Samuel McClintock, and Blackfan, Kenneth D.: Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, i, 139.
Simon, S.:  The Nitrogen Partition in the Urine of the New-Born , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, ii, 5.
Hadlich, Richard, and Grosser, Paul:  The Amino-Acid Content of the Urine of Children and Infants , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxiii, 421.
Reuss, A.:  Concerning the Presence of Glycocoll in the Urine of the New-Born Infant , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , iii, No. (3) , p. 286.
Birk, W.:  Contribution to Physiology of the Newborn Child , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, No. (1) , p. 5.
Lawrence, Charles H.:  A Method of Collecting Urine from Female Infants , Boston Med. and Surg. Jour. , 1911, clxiv, 309.
Dubois, Eugene F.:  An Apparatus for the Collection of the Excreta of Infants , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 415.
Howland and Koch:  A Metabolism Bed for Infants , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 419.
Salle, V.:  Blood-Pressure in Children , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxiii, 273.
Rusz, Emerich:  Physiological Variations in the Viscosity and Refraction of the Blood of Infants , Monatschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, x, No. (7) , p. 36.
Michael, May:  A Study of Blood-Pressure in Normal Children , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, i, 272.
Mills, Lloyd, H.:  The Utilization of Fats and Oils Given Subcutaneously , Arch. Int. Med. , 1911, vii, 694.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1911.00060050116009]]
Carpenter, Thorne M., and Murlin, John R.:  The Energy Metabolism of Mother and Child Just Before and Just After Birth , Arch. Int. Med. , 1911, vii, 184.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1911.00060020049004]]
Samelson, S.:  The Contribution to the Physiology of the Feeding of Premature Infants , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, ii, 31.
Hess, J. H.:  A Study of the Pyloric Needs of Premature Infants , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , 1911, ii, 302.
Niemann, Albert:  The Total Metabolism of an Artificially-Fed Infant , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , 1911, lxxiv, No. (6) , pp. 22, 650.
Salge, B.:  Concerning the Physical Properties of the Blood of Infants , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , 1911, ii, No. (5) , p. 347.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1007/BF02087166]]
Adler, Herman M., and Blake, Gerald:  The Retention of Alkali by the Kidney with Special Reference to Acidosis , Arch. Int. Med. , 1911, vii, 479.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1911.00060040040003]]
Rulon, S. A., Jr., and Hawk, P. B.:  Studies on Water-Drinking , Arch. Int. Med. , 1911, vii, p. 536.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archinte.1911.00060040097007]]
Mendelssohn, A.:  Observations Concerning the Surface Temperature of Infants , Ztschr. f. Kinderh. , iii, No. (3) , p. 292.
Koeppe, Hans:  Studies in the Mineral Metabolism , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , lxxiii, 9.
Schloss, Ernst:  Progress in the Field of Mineral Metabolism of Infants During the Past Three Years , Jahrb. f. Kinderh. , xxiv, No. (1) , p. 91.
Wiggers, Carl J.:  The Physiology of the Pituitary Gland and the Actions of Its Extracts , Am. Jour. Med. Sc. , 1911, cixl, 502.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00000441-191104000-00003]]
Schloss and Crawford:  The Metabolism of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and the Purin Substances in the New-Born; With Special Reference to the Causation of the Uric Acid Infarcts of the Kidney , Am. Jour. Dis. Child. , i, 203.

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