This review deals with the clinical assessment and management of patients with prosthetic cardiac valves.
Blood pressures were measured in a sample of Johannesburg Blacks consisting of 5018 men and 5028 women attending the local Labour Bureau.
From 1 January 1977 to 30 June 1978, 504 patients with tibia and fibula fractures were treated at the Department of Orthopaedics, Kalafong Hospital and University of Pretoria.
In 1978, after a party in a Cape Town suburb attended by several hundred people, 69 persons were treated for typhoid fever.
The' unique documentation by ultrasonography of a cardiac conduction abnormality in a fetus resulting in 'missed beats' is presented.
An eruptive form of erythema multiforme subsequent to BCG vaccination seen in a young Black nurse is reported.