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PETER A. LINDSEY,∗†† L. G. FRANK,† R. ALEXANDER,‡ A. MATHIESON,§ AND S. S. ROMAÑACH∗ ∗Tropical Resource Ecology Programme, University of Zimbabwe, Box 167, Mt. Pleasant, Zimbabwe †Museum of… (More)
Allopurinol is a drug which could be valuable in the treatment of stone patients. In 29 subjects treated with 300 mg of the drug per day it has been found that there was a significant fall in urine… (More)
The recent launch of a report on infant weaning offers health visitors and nurses a blueprint for advising parents on this crucial stage in child development. This article looks at some of the main… (More)
A variety of substances have been used to prevent recurrence of stone disease. Recently there has been considerable interest in the ability of allopurinol to prevent stone recurrence. This article… (More)
St Joseph's is a grand 19th century mansion, set in beautiful grounds some six miles south of Edinburgh.
One of Scotland's best known nurses is heading home after three years at the helm of England's highest profile nursing development unit.
Libby Campbell, Executive Director of Nursing and Quality in West Lothian NHS Trust, has resigned from the UKCC due to 'professional commitments', claiming her resignation questions the viability of… (More)
Illegal restraint of people who have learning disabilities in some sectors of acute care is commonplace, a conference heard.