Brief case reports are presented of 6 patients who suffered death or disablement following the use of currently fashionable methods of endotracheal anaesthesia. The circumstances strongly suggest that the technique is at fault.
A series of 15 cases of pyogenic pericarditis occurring over a 4-year period have been studied. Seven were recognized clinically and treated.
A case of spontaneous rupture of a 14-week pregnant uterus is reported.
A highly infected tuberculous herd of dairy cows, heifer and calves was submitted to isoniazid (INH) therapy over a period of 2.5 years.