David W. Bond

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Premature triplets each developed late onset group B streptococcal disease over a period of nine weeks. The source of the organism appeared to be expressed maternal breast milk, in the absence of clinical mastitis. Asymptomatic excretion of group B streptococcus in breast milk may be an under-recognised cause of neonatal infection.
There was no general consensus among the orthopaedic surgeons we surveyed about how to cope with intraoperative death. The nature of the specialty is reflected in the division between deaths during elective surgery and those relating to trauma. We were not surprised to find that all but one of the surgeons continued to operate and that the prevailing(More)
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