Captopril (SQ 14,225), an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor, was used in combination with propranolol, a beta-adrenergic blocking agent, in the treatment of mild and moderate hypertension.
Clinical data on 54 consecutive patients presenting with primary anorexia nervosa were analysed under three main headings - demographic and family composition, patient personality and attitudes, and quality of family interaction.
The treatment of children suffering from cerebral paresis differs widely from that of children with polioomyelitis, since we deal with active spastic muscles which are influenced by many factors.
Human chondrosarcoma of low-grade malignancy was cultured in the presence of 35S-sulphate and 3H-glucosamine.
The driving skills of 10 dental students were evaluated on three occasions on a driving simulator after exposure to air and 50% and 70% nitrous oxide in oxygen.
It is argued that the traditional form of health care delivered by the traditional healers meets some important community-felt needs which modern or Western medicine does not meet.
Two siblings had suffered from cyanosis since birth owing to the presence of Hb MIwate.
A case of neonatal tetanus in an infant with myelomeningocele is descriptionbed, and the possible action of tetanus toxin is discussed.