The efficacy of a bronchodilator, hexoprenaline, was evaluated in 65 patients with bronchospasm in association with asthma, bronchitis and emphysema.
One hundred and twenty patients paced since 1963 are reviewed.
A comparison has been made between the effectiveness of infusing prostaglandin F2a with Syntocinon for the induction of labour, in the presence of intact membranes.
An outline of key factors influencing human sexual behaviour is presented, with reference to the literature.
Verapamil was given intravenously to 30 patients.
Tests for gastric acidity using the Diagnex blue test, and where indicated, the pentagastrin stimulation test, were done on 91 consecutive admissions of Indian patients to a medical unit at King Edward VIII Hospital, Durban.
In 26 consecutive cases of cancer of the oesophagus, both cigarette smoking and alcohol intake were significantly higher than in the control group.
The results of an aggressive surgical policy in 44 patients over the age of 70 years are presented.
In trying to piece together the facts concerning the medical history of the Orange Free State, one is compelled to rely upon the documented evidence available, mostly in the Archives.