The causes of failure of pacing in 29 patients treated before December 1964, are analysed.
Of 75 consecutive cases with acute glomerulonephritis admitted to the medical wards, 44 had infected scabies, 12 had other skin infections and 19 had no skin disease.
The causes of the conflict between religious and psychiatric thinking is discussed; a rapprochement via modern existential philosophy is suggested.
A case of thoracic ectopia cordis with attempted operative correction is reported and a second similar but untreated case is mentioned.
A readily available non-return anaesthetic circuit, at no extra cost, may be used whenever any standard Boyle's anaesthetic machine with circle CO, absorber is available.