The clinical principles underlying the management of comatose injured patients are set out.
Haemoglobin values and red-blood-cell counts of members of the first South African Antarctic Expedition to Queen Maud Land in 1960 showed a significant decrease within the first 5 months.
Speed is the most important factor in treating chemical burns, and fancy neutralizers should not be sought, since this search wastes valuable time.
Die B.M.S. Van 102 blanke mans tussen die ouderdomme 18 - 23 is bepaal.