Two tablet formulations of d-phendimetrazine bitartrate, Obex (35 mg non-sustained action) and Obex-LA (105 mg sustained action), were compared in terms of biological availability in 9 volunteers on the basis of serum level findings.
The efficacy of glucagon (Glucagon; Lilly) as a duodenal relaxant in tubeless and intubated duodenography was assessed in 21 patients.
Problems relating to analgesia in various situations are briefly discussed.
The more common injuries to the skin of the male external genital organs are descriptionbed; some of these mutilations are unique to the African continent.
Numerous recent reports have appeared dealing with the prevention of postoperative deep vein thrombosis.
Although cavitation of pulmonary metastases is not as frequent as that of primary involvement, it should always be considered in the differential diagnosis of multiple cavitary lesions.
The perinatal deaths which occurred during 1973 in the Harare perinatal service were analysed in relation to their obstetric associations.