Published in Volume
23, Issue 5
(September 1944)J Clin Invest.
1944, The American Society for
ELECTROLYTE AND FLUID STUDIES DURING WATER DEPRIVATION AND STARVATION IN HUMAN SUBJECTS, AND THE EFFECT OF INGESTION OF FISH, OF CARBOHYDRATE, AND OF SALT SOLUTIONS 12
Aero-Medical Laboratory, Wright Field, Dayton, OhioDepartment of Internal Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven
1 Lt. Col. D. B. Dill, Q.M.C., A.U.S., was responsible for the inception of this work. Capt. J. M. Quashnock, M.C., A.U.S., assisted in the management of the experiments and in the analysis of the data, as well as serving as a volunteer subject. Capt. Wilson, A.C., A.U.S., Lt. Holmes, Sn.C., A.U.S., Lt. Chovnick, A.C. A.U.S. Sgts. Tressler and Roberts, and Pvts. Perzanowski, Leyzorek and McHugh, all of the A.C., A.U.S., served as volunteer subjects. Mrs. T. Mintz did much of the work of chemical analysis, assisted by other members of the laboratory staffs at Wright Field and at Yale. Dr. A. J. Eisenman made all observations dealing with changes in blood cells. Miss Barbara Russell of the Yale University School of Nursing and Dr. S. C. Harvey of the Department of Surgery provided facilities for the care of the subjects. The work was carried out in connection with an Army Air Corps Contract.
2 This article has been cleared for publication by the War Department Bureau of Public Relations. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect official views of the War Department.
Published September 1944
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