Botulism was first reported (as 'sausage poisoning') in Germany in 1834; in America in 1900; in Britain in 1922; in S. Rhodesia (Gatooma) in 1959. It is unknown in the Republic except in cattle.
Physiological responses to 5 hours of moderate work in a heat chamber were studied in 10 sufferers from chronic miliaria and 12 control subjects.
We subscribe to the view of Graham3 that although methysergide is by no means as active a vasoconstrictor as ergotamine tartrate, it should be used with caution in patients with arterial disease.
The material for this survey was extracted from routine general practice and should therefore give a fair measure of the true incidence of anaemia among Africans.
Gastric freezing is a very safe and simple procedure for the treatment of intractable duodenal ulcer and other conditions mentioned above.
300 patients admitted to the Non-European Section of the General Hospital, Johannesburg, in 11 months, who sustained major injuries, rendering them unfit for travel, are discussed.