Forty Years of Medical Research

“Does scientific truth age and die like animals and plants, like people?” - Dr. Tom Brewer

  1. Mellanby, Edward: “Nutrition and childbearing.” Lancet 2:1131,1933.
  2. LaRoss, R.A.: “Relation of vitamin deficiency to toxemias of pregnancy.” South.Med.J.28:120, 1935.
  3. Strauss, M.B.: “Observations on etiology of toxemias of pregnancy.” Am.J.Med.Sci.190:811, 1935.
  4. Tompkins, Winslow: “The significance of nutritional deficiency in pregnancy.” J.Internatl.Coll.Surg. 4:147, 1941.
  5. Burke, Bertha, et al.: “Nutrition studies during pregnancy.” Amer.J.Obstet.Gynecol. 46:38, 1943.
  6. Ebbs, John H., et al.: “The influence of improved nutrition upon the infant.” Canadian Med. Assoc. J.46:6, 1942.
  7. Antonov, A.N.: “Children born during the siege of Leningrad.” J. Pediatrics 3O:250, 1947.
  8. Ferguson, J.H.: “Maternal death in the rural South.” J.A.M.A. 146:l388, 1950.
  9. Hamlin, R.H.J.: “The prevention of eclampsiaA-convulsive-state:-an-attack-of-convuls... and pre-eclampsia.” Lancet 1:64, 1952.
  10. Robinson, Margaret: “Salt in pregnancy.” Lancet 1:178, 1958.
  11. Brewer, T.H.: “Limitations of diuretic therapy in the management of severe toxemiaAs-defined-by-the-1997-Merriam-Webster-M...: significance of hypoalbuminemia.” Amer.J.0b.Gyn. 83:1352, 1962.
  12. Pike, Ruth: “Sodium intake during pregnancy.” J.Amer. Dietet. Assoc. 44:176, 1964.
  13. Brewer, T.H.: Metabolic Toxemia of Late Pregnancy: A Disease of Malnutrition, Springfield, Thomas, 1966.
  14. Brewer, T.H.:”Metabolic toxemia of late pregnancy: a disease entity.” Gynaecologia 167:1, 1969.
  15. Eastman, N.J. & Jackson, E.:”Weight relationships in pregnancy.” Ob-Gyn.Survey 23:lOO3, 1968.
  16. Brewer, T.H.: “Human pregnancy nutrition: an examination of traditional assumptions.” Aust. N.Z.J. Obstet. Gynaecol. 10:87, 1970.
  17. Bletka, M. et al: “Volume of whole blood and absolute amount of serum proteins in the early states of late toxemias of pregnancy.” Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol. l06:l0, 1970.
  18. Platt, B.S. & Stewart, R.J.: “Reversible and irreversible effects of protein-calorie deficiency on the central nervous system of animals and man.” World Rev. Nutri. Dietet. 13:43, 1971.
  19. Brewer, T.H.: “Human maternal-fetal nutrition.” Obstet. Gynecol. 40:868, 1972.
  20. Chesley, Leon: “Plasma volume and red cell volume in pregnancy.” Amer.J.Obstet.Gynecol. 112:440, 1972.
  21. Williams, Sue R.: Nutrition and Diet Therapy 2nd Edition, St. Louis, Mosby, 1973, Chap. 17.
  22. Cloeren, Stella, et al.: “Hypovolemia in toxemia of pregnancy: plasma expander therapy.” Arch Gynak. 215:123, 1973.
  23. Dobbing, John: “The later growth of the brain and its vulnerability.” Pediatrics 53:2, 1974.
  24. Brewer, Tom: “Toxaemia - a disease of prejudice?” World Med. J. 21:70, 1974.
  25. Brewer, Tom: “IatrogenicCaused-by,-or-originating-with,-the-doct... starvation in human pregnancy.” Medikon 4:14, 1974. (Ghent)
  26. Brewer, T.H.: “Consequences of malnutrition in, human pregnancy. Ciba Review: Perinatal Medicine, 1975, pp. 5,6. (Ciba-Geigy, Basel)
  27. Higgins, Aqnes C.: “Nutritional status and the outcome of pregnancy.” J. Canadian Dietet. Assoc. 37:17, 1976.
  28. Brewer, Tom: “Role of malnutrition in preeclampsiaA-toxic-condition-developing-in-late-pre... and eclampsia.” (Editor’s title to a letter) Amer.J. Obstet. Gynecol. l25:28l, 1976.
  29. Brewer, T.H.: “Etiology of Eclampsia” Ibid. 127:448, 1977.
  30. Brewer, T.H.: Metabolic Toxemia of Late Pregnancy, Not “PIH”, Keats Publishing, Inc., New Canaan. pp. 146-149.

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