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Occupational health in South Africa.
Occupational health is concerned with health in its relation to work and the working environment. This study was undertaken to present an overview of occupational health in South Africa, with national and international ...
Control of prostaglandin biosynthesis by the intrauterine tissues in primary dysfunctional human labour.
No abstract available.
The syntactic features of South African Indian English among students in Natal, with regard to use and attitudes towards usage.
Two tests were developed and administered to 122 South African students of Indian descent and 70 South African students of European descent. One test elicited use of certain syntactic constructions through requesting ...
Quality of paediatric care at King Edward VIII hospital.
The purpose of health service research is to produce knowledge that will contribute to the improvement in the delivery of health care and it is in this spirit that this study of the quality of paediatric care at King ...
The prevalence of infertility in women attending a general practice in Katlehong.
A study to determine the prevalence of infertility in females in a patient population attending a general practice in Katlehong was done over seven weeks in 1985. In this study 40.6% out of a total of 143 patients interviewed ...
Outpatient catchment populations of hospitals and clinics in Natal/KwaZulu.
Catchment populations and cross-boundary flow characteristics of health facilities in Natal and KwaZulu have not previously been determined. As this information is essential to objective health service planning the present ...
The application of DNA hybridisation methods to a determination of the association of hepatitis B virus with cirrhosis and hepatoma.
Autopsy liver material from patients having died of chronic liver disease, cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and causes unrelated to liver diseases was examined by dot blot hybridisation for the presence of HBV ...