J D Sunavala

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Detailed invasive haemodynamic studies were performed in 27 of 32 patients with severe tetanus. Nineteen had severe uncomplicated tetanus and eight had associated major complications, chiefly infection and pulmonary complications. The results were compared with those obtained from 15 healthy male volunteers who served as controls. There were two deaths in(More)
Data on pulmonary function, with particular reference to flow-volumes, were obtained in 760 normal healthy Indians in Bombay, who had never smoked and who had no symptom or history of cardiorespiratory disease. Prediction equations were derived for spirometric parameters and for maximal expiratory flows. The maximal expiratory flow-volume curves showed(More)
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