Wagner-Jauregg


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Wagner-Jauregg

Julius. 1857--1940, Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist; a pioneer of the use of fever therapy in the treatment of mental disorders. Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1927
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Contract award: lc / ms / ms system for the lnk wagner-jauregg.
Austrian scientist Dr Julius Wagner-Jauregg won the Nobel Prize in 1927 for using malaria to treat nine patients with the STI.
The most striking experimental studies done on humans in this context were carried out at the torn of the last century by Julius Wagner-Jauregg, who received the Nobel Prize in 1927 for his work on "pyrotherapy" (fever therapy).
The relationship between fever and "madness" had been discussed over the centuries, but Wagner-Jauregg made the critical step toward clinical experimentation when he began to treat patients by manipulating their immune systems.
Four Nobel prizes have been awarded for work associated with malaria: to Sin Ronald Ross ill 1909 for discovering the parasite; to Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran in 1907 for finding that it's a protozoa; to Julius Wagner-Jauregg in 1927 for treating people who had become paralyzed front syphillis with malaria; and to Paul Hermann Muller in 1948 for using insecticides to control mosquito-borne diseases.
Kastner, of the Wagner-Jauregg mental asylum in Linz, would not disclose any details of her report but sources close to the prosecution say it concludes Fritzl is not insane.
GESUNDHEITS- UND SPITALS-AG (GESPAG), LANDES-NERVENKLINIK WAGNER-JAUREGG