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(b) X-ray therapy: I. X-ray therapy, deep: 15 to 40 treatments.

$25.00 All additional series.

12.50 II. X-ray therapy, superficial: 1 to 15 treatments.

10.00 All additional series...

5.00 (c) Bacteriological examinations: Agglutination tests.

$5.00 Bacterial culture..

3.00 Bacterial culture with animal inoculation.--

10.00 Blood culture.--

5.00 Culture for G. C. organisms..

3.00 Feces examination (for causative organisms)

5.00 Feces examination (for parasites and ova),

2.00 G. C. smear.

2.00 Penicillin assay

5.00 Pneumococcus typing

3. 00 Sputum smear..

2.00 (d) Blood chemistry: A/G ratio.---

$5.00 Amylase

3.00 Ascorbic acid..

3.00 Bilirubin (Van den Bergh).

2.00 Calcium

3. 00 Chemical examination of blood

(creatinine, glucose, non-protein nitrogen or urea nitrogen, uric acid).

7. 50 Chlorides

3. 00 Cholesteral....

3.00 CO, combining power..

2.00 Galactose tolerance..

5.00 Glucose tolerance..

5.00 Icterus index.---.

2.00 Lipase determination..

3.00 Non-protein nitrogen.

3.00 Phosphatase --

5.00 Phosphorus

2.00 Proteins (Kjeldahl)-

3. 00 Proteins (Falling Drop).

1. 50 Prothrombin..

2. 00 Spinal fluid proteins--

1.00 Sugar, blood...

2. 00 Sulphonamide determination..

2.00 Thiocyanate----

2.00 Urea clearance.

5. 00 Urea nitrogen..

3.00 Uric acid.--

2.00 (e) Hemotology and urinalysis: Bleeding time.

$1.00 Blood platelet--

1.00 Blood typing----

2.00 Blood typing with serology

4.00 Coagulation time.--

1. 00 Complete hemogram (hemoglobin,

red and white, sed. rate, hematocrit, and differential).

5.00 Differential count..

2. 00 Hemoglobin estimation..

1.00 Red and white blood count_

2. 00 Reticulocyte count.

2.00 Sedimentation rate and hematocrit--- 2.00 Urinalysis

1. 50

(f) Serology: Cophlain cholesterol...

$2.00 Cold agglutination test..

6.00 Colloidal gold on spinal fluid.

8.00 Colloidal gold on spinal fluid with Kahn test.-

5.00 Combination Berologic test for syphilis

3.00 Kahn test for syphilis.

2.00 (g) Plaster casts: Arm

$2.50 Chest

5.00 For disease or injury of vertebrae. 7. 50 Thighs and hips..

7.50 Thigh and leg

2. 50 Torso

7. 50 Torso and hips..

7.50 Torso, entire body (chest to feet)--- 10.00

(h) Miscellaneous: Basal metabolism..

$5.00 Repeat examination..

3. 00 Bronchoscopic examination..

5. 00 Circumcision

5.00 Cystoscopic examination.

5. 00 Electro-cardiography

5.00 Repeat examination.----

3.00 Gastric analysis.-

3. 00 Pneumothorax

1.00 $ 401.11 Out-patients-(a) Clinic patients. The fee for care or treatment at a clinic shall be $1.00 per visit, such fee to include all necessary X-rays, laboratory tests and special services, but not prescriptions. The fee for prescriptions shall be $0.35 each.

The following clinic patients shall not be required to pay any fees:

(1) Patients receiving care and treatment at the Tuberculosis, Venereal Disease, or Maternal and Child Welfare Clinics.

(2) Patients certified by the Social Service Department of the Hospital to be unable to pay the prescribed fees.

(b) Emergency patients. The fee for emergency treatment not requiring hospitalization shall be $1.50 per treatment, but if suturing is required, the fee shall be $2.00. If X-rays, laboratory tests or other special services are required, they shall be paid for at the rates prescribed under $ 401.10. The fee for prescriptions shall be $0.35 each.

Emergency patients shall be required to pay the prescribed fees only if they are determined by the Collections Office of the Hospital to be able to do so. (13 F. R. 295]

§ 401.12 Payments. Payments are to be made weekly, in advance, except in those cases where the patients enter the

Hospital for a definite number of days constituting less than a week. In such cases payment shall be made in advance for the number of days the patient expects to remain in the hospital. (11 F. R. 7506, as amended at 13 F. R. 295]

$ 401.13 Change in rates. In those cases where it is found that a patient must be hospitalized for a long term and in which the patient or his responsible representative is found, upon investigation, to be unable to pay for care for the full period of hospitalization required, the Superintendent is authorized to re

duce the schedule of rates in 88 401.7 and 401.8 or continue to render hospital services at no charge. Reduced rates shall not go into effect until after the first 14 days of hospitalization. The Superintendent shall establish the effective date in each case. (11 F. R. 7506, as amended at 13 F. R. 295]

§ 401.14 Officers and employees. No officer or employee of the Hospital shall receive and retain for his personal use any fee collected from full or part pay patients. (11 F. R. 7506, as amended at 13 F. R. 295]

INDEX

А
Accidents, to inmates of Federal prisons; payment of compensation for injurles

resulting from, regulations respecting. See Federal Prisons Industries.
Accounting supply (specialty) industry; minimum wage determinations. See Public

Contracts Division.
Admission to public health hospitals and stations; regulations respecting. See

Public Health Service.
Agricultural products, certain; statutory exemption of Government contracts for,

from provisions of Public Contracts Act. See Public Contracts Division.
Air commerce regulations with respect to foreign quarantines; joint regulations

prescribed by Customs Bureau, Immigration and Naturalization Service, and

Public Health Service. See Public Health Service.
Air Force, commissioned officers of Public Health Service detailed for service with;

regulations respecting. See Public Health Service.
Air lines, Government contracts with; statutory exemption from provisions of

Public Contracts Act. See Public Contracts Division.
Aircraft engaged in foreign or interstate traffic; quarantine regulations. See Public

Health Service.
Aircraft manufacturing industry; minimum wage determinations. See Public Con-

tracts Division.
Alaska, grants to, for maternal and child health and welfare services; regulations

respecting. See Children's Bureau.
Aliens:
Filipino trainees in public health methods; regulations respecting. See Public

Health Service.
Medical care and examination of, public health. See Public Health Service.
Allowances for commissioned officers of Public Health Service. See Public Health

Service.
Animals, surplus, owned by Government agencies; reporting and disposal of. See

Federal Supply Bureau.
Apparel industries; minimum wage determinations. See Public Contracts Division.
Arms, ammunition, etc.:
Small arms, ammunition, explosives and related products industry; minimum

wage determinations. See Public Contracts Division.
Surplus arms, ammunition and implements of war, owned by Government

agencies; reporting and disposal of. See Federal Supply Bureau.
Army, commissioned officers of Public Health Service detailed for service with;

regulations respecting. See Public Health Service.
Arsenicals, standards for. See Public Health Service.
Articles produced by patients in course of public health treatment, disposition of;

regulations respecting. See Public Health Service,
Autopsies, performance of, in public health hospitals; regulations respecting. See

Public Health Service.
Aviation textile products manufacturing industry; minimum wage determinations.

See Public Contracts Division.

B
Bedding (used), surplus, owned by Government agencies; reporting and disposal of.

See Federal Supply Bureau.
Belts industry; minimum wage determinations. See Public Contracts Division.
Bills of health; quarantine measures at foreign ports. See Public Health Service.
Biologic products, production of; licensing establishments, standards for products,

etc. See Public Health Service.
Blind, National Industries for; distribution of Government purchase orders among

agencies for the blind. See Blind-Made Products, Committee on Purchases of.

Blind-Made Products, Committee on Purchases of:
Agencies for the blind, restrictions on, as prerequisite to participation in

Government orders, 41 $ 301.9
Accounting system, financial reports, and operating statements, 41

$ 301.9 (d)
Certificates of incorporation, constitution and bylaws, filing of, 41

$ 301.9 (c)
Eye record card file, 41 $ 301.9 (b)
Labor of production of commodities; 75% to be performed by blind per-

sons, 41 $ 301.9 (a)
Production and sale of commodities 6 months prior to delivery, 41

§ 301.9 (a)
Federal Prison Industries, Inc.; agreement with, respecting allocation of orders

for products similar to products made by agencies for blind, 41 $ 301.5
Federal Supply Bureau; coordination of purchases of blind-made products,

41 $ 301.3
National Industries for the Blind:
Delegation of, as agency to facilitate distribution of orders among agencies

for the blind, 41 $ 301.2
Reports of purchases, 41 $ 301.10
Procedures, 41 Part 302

Basic procedures under Wagner-O'Day Act, 41 $ 302.1
Schedule of blind-made products, issuance of, through Federal Supply

Bureau, 41 $ 302.2
Violations of regulations, 41 § 302.3
Purchases of blind-made products, 41 Part 301
Agencies for the blind, restrictions on, as prerequisite to participation in

Government orders; accounting system, reports, records, etc., 41 $ 301.9
Allocation, clearance, and purchase procedure, 41 $$ 301.6–301.8
Clearance, purchase procedure, etc., 41 $$ 301.6–301.8
Definitions; "agency for blind", "blind", and "ordering office", 41 $ 301.1
Federal Prisons Industries, Inc.; agreement with, respecting allocation of

orders for products similar to products made by agencies for blind,

41 $ 301.5
Federal Supply Bureau to coordinate purchases, 41 $ 301.3
National Industries for the Blind:
Designation of, as agency to facilitate distribution of Government

purchase orders among agencies for the blind, 41 $ 301.2
Reports of purchases, 41 $ 301.10
Purchase procedure; allocations, clearances, etc., 41 $$ 301.6–301.8
Reports of purchases, by National Industries for the Blind, 41 $ 301.10

Schedule of blind-made products, 41 $ 301.4
Reports of purchases of blind-made products, by National Industries for the

Blind, 41 $ 301.10
Schedule of blind-made products, 41 $$ 301.4, 302.2

Violations of regulations, 41 $ 302.3
Boards of review of matters respecting commissioned officers of Public Health

Service. See Public Health Service.
Boats and vessels, surplus, owned by Government agencies; reporting and disposal

of. See Federal Supply Bureau.
Bonds, in connection with Government procurement contracts; regulations respect-

ing. See Federal Supply Bureau.
Border quarantine; public health inspection at ports of entry. See Public Health

Service.
Burial payments for commissioned officers and other personnel of Public Health

Service; regulations respecting. See Public Health Service.
Bus lines:
Busses engaged in foreign or interstate trafic; quarantine regulations. See

Public Health Service.
Government contracts with; statutory exemption of contracts from provisions

of Public Contracts Act. See Public Contracts Division.
Buy-American Act, Government agencies under; regulations respecting. See Fed-

eral Supply Bureau.

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