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Council on Physical Therapy

JAMA. 1936;107(15):1215-1221. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770410037010.
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Krusen, F. H.:  A Recently Developed Method of Artificial Fever Production by Physical Means , M. Rec. 140:248-250 ( (Sept. 5) ) 1934.
Atsatt, R. F., and Patterson, L. E.:  Fever Therapy Apparatus , Arch. Physical Therapy 18:108-110 ( (Feb.) ) 1936.
Bishop, F. W.; Lehman, Emmy, and Warren, S. L.:  A Comparison of Three Electrical Methods of Producing Artificial Hyperthermia , J. A. M. A. 104:910-915 ( (March 16) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1935.02760110038009]]
Johnson, C. A.; Osborne, Stafford, and Scupham, George:  Studies of Peripheral Vascular Phenomena , Am. J. M. Sc. 190: 485-491 ( (Oct. 1) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00000441-193510000-00007]]
Kuhns, R. H.:  The Present Status of Fever Therapy for Dementia Paralytica in the State Hospitals of Illinois, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 96-97.
Neymann, C. A., and Osborne, S. L.:  Artificial Fever Produced by High Frequency Currents: Preliminary Report , Illinois M. J. 56: 199-200 ( (Sept.) ) 1929.
Kimble, H. E.; Holmquest, H. J., and Marshall, J. G.:  Electropyrexia with the Inductotherm , Physiotherapy Rev. 15: 14-16 ( (Jan.) -Feb.) 1935.
Kendell, H. W.; Webb, W. W., and Simpson, W. M.:  Artificial Fever Therapy of Gonorrheal Arthritis: Report of Thirty-One Cases , Am. J. Surg. 29:428-435 ( (Sept.) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1016/S0002-9610(35)91082-0]]
Epstein, N. N., and Cohen, Maurice:  The Effects of Hyperpyrexia Produced by Radiant Heat in Early Syphilis, with a Description of a Simple Method of Producing Hyperpyrexia , J. A. M. A. 104:883-889 ( (March 16) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1935.02760110011003]]
Haddon, S. B., and Wilson, George:  Thermic Treatment of Neurosyphilis , Pennsylvania M. J. 36:829-831 ( (Aug.) ) 1933.
Rogers, J. C.:  Some Further Studies and Observations of Hyperthermia (Fever Treatment) Cases , Kentucky M. J. 33: 149-151 ( (March) ) 1935.
Desjardins, A. U., and Popp, W. C.:  Our Experience with Fever Therapy, Abstract Papers and Discussions Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 7-8.
Simmons, E. E.:  Some Unusual Cases Treated with the Kettering Hypertherm, Abst. Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 20-21.
Sheldon, J. J.:  Results of Fever Therapy in Intrinsic Intractable Asthma: Preliminary Report, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 83-85.
Bennett and Austin.19 Simmons.13
Rogers.11 Desjardins and Popp.12 Ebaugh, Barnacle and Ewalt.17 Freund and Watts."
Ebaugh, F. C.; Barnacle, C. H., and Ewalt, J. R.:  Experience with Fever Therapy at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Hospitals, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , p. 17.
Schnabel, T. C., and Fetter, Ferdinand:  Fever Therapy in Gonorrheal Arthritis and Chorea, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 36-37.
Hoverson, E. T.:  The Use of the Electric Cabinet as the Source of Heat for the Production of Artificial Fever in the Treatment of General Paresis and Chorea , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 97-98.
Sutton, Lucy P., and Dodge, Katharine G.:  The Effect of Fever Therapy on Rheumatic Carditis Associated with Chorea , J. Pediat. 6:494-511 ( (April) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1016/S0022-3476(35)80037-1]]
Neymann, C. A.:  Treatment of Disease by Means of Electropyrexia , Proc. Roy. Soc. Med. 29: 151-162 ( (Dec.) ) 1935.
Wetchler, Samuel:  Chorea in Children , M. Rec. 142:30-33 ( (July 3) ) 1935.
Bennett, A. E., and Austin, Bruce:  Preliminary Report of the University of Nebraska Research Project, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 23-24.
Alderson, H. E.:  Fever Therapy in Dermatitis Herpetiformis , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 32:468-469 ( (Sept.) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/archderm.1935.01470030110014]]
Desjardins and Popp.12 Bennett and Austin.19 Ebaugh, Barnacle and Ewalt.17
Hench, P. S.:  A Clinic on Some Diseases of Joints: I. Gonorrheal Arthritis: Results of Fever Therapy; II. Acute Postoperative Arthritis: Its Identification; III. Acute Postoperative Gout: Its Treatment and Prevention; IV. The Inactivating Effect of Jaundice in Chronic Infectious (Atrophic) Arthritis and Fibrositis , M. Clin. North America 19:551-583 ( (Sept.) ) 1935.
Hench, P. S.; Slocumb, C. H., and Popp, W. C.:  Results of Fever Therapy for Gonorrheal Arthritis, Chronic Infectious (Atrophic) Arthritis and Other Forms of "Rheumatism," Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 9-13.
Kendell, H. W., and Webb, W. W.:  Artificial Fever Therapy of Gonorrheal Arthritis: Report of Thirty-One Cases , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 108-110.
Stecher, R. M.:  Results of Fever Therapy in Acute and Chronic Arthritis , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 13-14.
Whitney, E. L.:  Artificial Fever Therapy in the Treatment of Corneal Ulcer and Acute Iritis , J. A. M. A. 104: 20-1794-1797 ( (May 18) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1935.02760200016004]]
Bierman, William, and Horowitz, E. A.:  Gonococcal Infection in the Female Treated by Means of Combined Systemic and Additional Pelvic Heating, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 30-31.
Egan, W. J., and Piaskoski. Ray:  A Preliminary Report on Early Experiences with the Kettering Hypertherm at the Milwaukee County Hospital, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 62-63.
Desjardins, A. U.; Stuhler, L. G., and Popp, W. C.:  Fever Therapy for Gonococcic Infections , J. A. M. A. 104:873-878 ( (March 16) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1935.02760110001001]]
Egan and Piaskoski.26 Bierman and Horowitz.25
Huber, C. P.:  Fever Therapy in Gynecology; a Preliminary Report of Immediate Results, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 81-82.
Hench, P. S.:  Clinical notes on the results of fever therapy in different diseases , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 10:662-666 ( (Oct. 16) ) 1935.
Tenney, C. F., and Snow, W. B.:  Therapeutic Effects of Electrically Produced Fever in the Treatment of Arthritis, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 46-51.
Metz, M. H.:  Some Unusual Cases Treated with Fever Therapy, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio. May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 101-103.
Bennett and Austin.19 Whitney.24
Neymann, C. A.:  L'emploi de l'éctropyrexie dans le traitment des maladies , Liége méd. 28:641-664 ( (June 9) ) 1935.
Klauder, J. V.:  Fever Therapy of Mycosis Fungoides , J. A. M. A. 106:201-205 ( (Jan. 18) ) 1936.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1936.02770030031008]]
Peyri, Jacques:  Quelques commentaires à notre casuistique de mycosis fungoides , Ann. de dermat. et de syph. 6:481-495 ( (June) ) 1935.
Doub, H. P.:  Osteogenic Sarcoma Treated with Radiation and Fever Therapy, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 77-78.
Rogers.11 Hefke.40 Riesman.61
Freund, H. A., and Watts, F. B.:  The Treatment of Peripheral Vascular Disease by Means of Hyperpyrexia, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 85-86.
Peck, W. S.:  Organization of Fever Therapy Studies at the University Hospital, University of Michigan, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 78-80.
Bennett and Austin.19 Simmons.13
Hefke, H. W.:  Report on the First Year of Fever Therapy at the Milwaukee Hospital, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 29-30.
Desjardins and Popp.12 Metz.31
Krusen, F. H.:  Therapeutic Fever with High Frequency Current in Treatment of Syphilis , Physiotherapy Rev. 12:288-289 ( (Nov.) -Dec.) 1932.
Culler, A. M.:  Artificial Fever Therapy of Ocular Syphilis, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 105-106.
Gordon, R. G., and Gerhard, Jacoby:  General Paresis: Treatment with Diathermy , Delaware State M. J. 7:102-104 ( (May) ) 1935.
Meninger, W. C.:  Juvenile Paretic Studies , Am. J. Syph. & Neurol. 19:257-271 ( (April) ) 1935.
Nelson, O. L.:  Diathermy in the Treatment of Neurosyphilis , M. Bull. Vet. Admin. 11:223-238 ( (Jan.) ) 1935.
Krusen, F. H.:  Studies of the Blood Picture Before and After Fever Therapy, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 91-96.
Benjamin, J. E.:  One Year's Experience in the Use of the Kettering Hypertherm at the Cincinnati General Hospital, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 99-100.
Major, R. C.; Doub, H. P., and Hartman, F. W.:  The Effect of Accurately Controlled Artificial Fever on Acute Tuberculosis , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 63-66.
Warren, S. L.:  Study of Effect of Artificial Fever in Hopeless Tumor Cases , Am. J. Roentgenol. & Radium Therap. 33:75-87 ( (Jan.) ) 1935.
Simmons.13 Prickman and Popp.65
Freund, H. A., and Watts, F. B.:  The Treatment of Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis with Excessive Hyperpyrexia, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 86-87.
Desjardins and Popp.12 Hefke.40 Phillips and Shikany.69 Sheldon.14
Desjardins and Popp.12 Schnabel and Fetter.18 Metz.31 Hoverson.18 Sutton and Dodge.18 Neymann.18 Wetchler.18
Warren, S. L.; Carpenter, C. M., and Boak, Ruth A.:  The Basic Principles for the Cure of Gonococcal Infections by a Single Fever Treatment, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 5-6.
Hench, P. S.:  Clinical Notes on the Results of Fever Therapy in Different Diseases, Report of the Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , Minnesota Med. 19: 151-156 ( (March) ) 1936.
Strickler, C. W. Jr.:  Results of Treatment of Arthritis with Fever Therapy: A Preliminary Report, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , p. 83.
Metz.31 Whitney.24
Anderson, T. B. H.; Arnold, R. C., and Trautman, J. A.:  The Treatment of Gonococcal Infections in the Male with Pyretotherapy, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 33-34.
Bierman and Horowitz.25 Huber.29
Short, C. L., and Bauer, Walter:  Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis with Fever Induced by Diathermy , J. A. M. A. 104:2165-2168 ( (May 18) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1935.02760240025009]]
Desjardins and Popp.12 Bennett and Austin.19 Hefke.40 Neymann.33
Klauder.34 Peyri.34
Schmidt, W. H.:  Fever Therapy and Other Recent Developments in Physical Therapy , New England J. Med. 209:419-425 ( (Aug. 31) ) 1933.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1056/NEJM193308312090901]]
Riesman, David:  Encephalitis Lethargica, with Report of Cases , Ann. Surg. 101:303-312 ( (Jan.) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00000658-193501000-00029]]
Neymann, C. A.; Lawless, T. K., and Osborne, S. L.:  Treatment of Early Syphilis by Electropyrexia , J. A. M. A. 107: 194-200 ( (July 18) ) 1936.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1936.02770290022006]]
Hinsie, L. E., and Blalock, J. R.:  Treatment of General Paresis with Combined Electropyrexia and Tryparsamide, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 26-29.
Solomon, H. C., and Epstein, S. H.:  Experiments with Tryparsamide, Malaria and Diathermy , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 35-36.
Cullins, J. G.; Morgan, H. P., and Seymour, W.:  Superdiathermy in Treatment of Dementia Paralytica , M. Bull. Vet. Admin. 11:217-223 ( (Jan.) ) 1935.
Metz.31 Benjamin.46 Duncan and Mariette.67 Major, Doub and Hartman.46
Prickman, L. E., and Popp, W. C.:  Treatment of Brucellosis by Hyperpyrexia Induced by the Simpson Kettering Hypertherm , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 11: 506-510 ( (Aug. 5) ) 1936.
Boak, Ruth A.; Carpenter, C. M., and Warren, S. L.:  The Thermal Death Time of 130 Strains of Neisseria Gonorrhoeae, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , p. 5.
Duncan, G. R., and Mariette, E. S.:  Report on Artificial Hyperpyrexia in Tuberculosis as Carried Out at Glen Lake Sanatorium, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 1-2.
Thompson, Luther; Sheard, Charles, and Larson, Nora:  The Effect of Heat at 107 F. (41.8 C.) on Various Bacteria , Proc. Staff Meet., Mayo Clin. 11:319 ( (May 13) ) 1936.
Phillips, Kenneth, and Shikany, S.:  The Value of Hyperpyrexia in the Treatment of Bronchial Asthma , South. M. J. 28:801-814 ( (Sept.) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1097/00007611-193509000-00006]]
Simpson, W. M.:  Artificial Fever Therapy of Syphilis, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 110-114.
Bierman, William, and Vesell, Harry:  The Electrocardiogram in Fever, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2-and 3, 1935 , pp. 32-33.
Hench, P. S.; Slocumb, C. H., and Popp, W. C.: Fever Therapy:  Results for Gonorrheal Arthritis, Chronic Infectious (Atrophic) Arthritis and Other Forms of "Rheumatism," J. A. M. A. 104: 1779-1790 ( (May 18) ) 1935.
Link to Article[[XSLOpenURL/10.1001/jama.1935.02760200001001]]
Krusen.45 Hargraves and Doan.74
Hargraves, M. M., and Doan, C. A.:  The Physiologic Response of the Hemopoietic Tissues to Artificially Induced Fever, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 51-58.
Grant, W. H., and Medes, Grace:  Creatinine Clearance During Hyperthermia of Diathermy and Fevers , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 20: 345-349 ( (Jan.) ) 1935.
Stoessor, A. V., and McQuarrie, Irvine:  Influence of Acute Infection and Artificial Fever on Plasma Lipids , Am. J. Dis. Child. 49:658-671 ( (March) ) 1935.
Danielson, W. H., and Stecher, R. M.:  Acid-Base Balance of Blood in Hyperthermia , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 32:1015-1016 ( (April) ) 1935.
Lepore, M. J.:  Chloride and Water Metabolism in Patients with Artificial Fever, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 38-39.
Desjardins and Popp.12
Jung, Ruth W.:  Immunologic Studies in Hyperpyrexia , Arch. Physical Therapy 16:397-404 ( (July) ) 1935.
Hadjopoulos, L. G., and Bierman, William:  Effects of Hyperpyrexia Induced by Physical Means upon Complement-Fixing Antibodies , J. Lab. & Clin. Med. 20:227-230 ( (Dec.) ) 1934.
Phillips and Shikany.69 Hench, Slocumb and Popp.72
Phillips and Shikany.69 Egan and Piaskoski.26
Sittler, E. C.:  The Kettering Hypertherm, Abstract Papers and Discussions , Fifth Annual Fever Conference, Dayton, Ohio, May 2 and 3, 1935 , pp. 115-117.
Hartman, F. W., and Major, R. C.:  Pathological Changes Resulting from Accurately Controlled Artificial Fever , Am. J. Clin. Path. 5: 392-410 ( (Sept.) ) 1935.

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