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Leroy Upson Gardner - bibliography

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Biography

American pathologist and pneumologist, born 1888; died October 24, 1946, Saranac Lake, N.Y.

Bibliography

  • A study of Seelig & Gould's method of determining the efficiency of antiseptics ... 1914.
  • Tuberculosis, bacteriology, pathology and laboratory diagnosis, with sections on immunology, epidemiology, prophylaxis and experimental therapy.
    With Edward R. Baldwin and Strashimir Alburtus Petroff.
    Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1927. London, Baillière, Tindall & Cox, 1927.
  • Survey in seventeen cement plants of atmospheric dusts and their effects upon the lungs of twenty-two hundred employees.
    Baltimore : Williams & Wilkins Co., 1939.
  • Tuberculosis in industry; report of the symposium held at the Saranac Laboratory for the Study of Tuberculosis, Saranac Lake, N.Y., June 9-14, 1941.
    New York, National Tuberculosis Association, 1942.
  • Effects of daily exposures to arc welding fumes and gases upon normal and tuberculous animals.
    With Douglas S. McCrum.
    Pittsburgh, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc., 1942.
  • Industry, tuberculosis, silicosis and compensation, a symposium; current papers for physicians and administrators interested in industrial medicine and workmen's compensation.
    New York, National Tuberculosis Association, 1945.

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