Thirty-four cases of tetanus neonatorum seen over a period of 2 years are analysed as regards severity, place and mode of birth of the affected infant and level of antenatal care.
Twenty consecutive patients with ulcerative colitis were evaluated at the Gastro-intestinal Clinic.
Haemoglobin A1C (HbA1c ) levels were measured in 71 Black and Indian insulin-dependent diabetic outpatients.
Cardiac disease in pregnancy is the most important non-obstetric cause of maternal death; such patients should be assessed by a cardiologist before considering pregnancy.
A new type of guar-containing biscuit has been developed and incorporated into the diabetic diet in both short- and medium-term studies.
The relationship between gastric acid secretion and ulcer healing was analysed in 168 patients with endoscopically proven duodenal ulceration.
An analysis of four double-blind endoscopically controlled trials carried out in 1978 - 1980 is presented.
Effective use of the 'C-arm' X-ray fluoroscopy machine in the intensive care unit (ICU) is often prevented by the design of the ICU bed.
A patient suffering from prolymphocytic leukaemia was found to have extremely high serum potassium levels.