VIRGIL H. MOON
Within the past five years renewed attention has been directed to the shock syndrome. Several investigators have obtained results at variance with interpretations previously held. Yet those interpretations were advanced by men of international standing and were based upon experimental work and observations which have been adequately verified by repetition at the hands of others. The dissenting views likewise are based upon experimental evidence of apparently equally high credibility. An attempt to correlate the contradictory phases of the evidence seems appropriate. All the facts which studies on shock have established may be assembled into an intelligible picture. This problem becomes
VIRGIL H. MOON. THE SHOCK SYNDROME IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY(THE SHOCK SYNDROME IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY*). Ann Intern Med. 1935;8:1633–1648. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-12-1633
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