Dr. James R. McCord talks about the treatment of syphilis in prospective mothers in the United States.
United States USA Date:1935 Duration:5 min 44 sec Sound:Yes
Dr. James R. McCord gives a lecture in the United States on the diagnosis, treatment and general care taken during syphilis. Dr. James R. McCord from Emory University speaks on the treatment of syphilis in prospective mothers. A chart explains the outcome of latent untreated syphilis during pregnancy. Dr. McCord says that syphilis should be diagnosed during pregnancy by routine blood test. A chart depicts 95% healthy babies without syphilis and 5% with congenital syphilis. A 5 month pregnant woman seated in a chair for the diagnosis of congenital syphilis. Blood pressure of the woman is taken. A chemist works in a laboratory. A pregnant woman is examined by a doctor. A sign on a poster reads "Syphilis kills babies, Control syphilis". The poster depicts that proper treatment of the expectant mother prevents infection in the unborn child. A woman gives instructions about the prevention of syphilis.
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