Plasma electrolytes and nutrition status were assessed in 101 Bantu infants with acute gastro-enteritis admitted to H. F. Verwoerd Hospital.
Plasma electrolyte and urea levels of 68 Bantu male infants admitted to hospital with acute gastro-enteritis were determined on admission as well as on the 2nd, 4th and 6th days following admission.
A review of the incidence of tetanus among casualties presenting at Edendale Hospital treated with or without ATS as a prophylactic shows no significant difference between these two groups.
Between 1962 and 1967, the number of children attending the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital as outpatients increased by more than 100%.
Three fatal cases of methyl alcohol poisoning in Bantu subjects are reported.