HISTORY The Woolley and Roe case

@inproceedings{Maltby1999HISTORYTW,
  title={HISTORY The Woolley and Roe case},
  author={John R. Maltby and C. D. D. Hutter and Kellie Clayton},
  year={1999}
}
Albert Woolley and Cecil Roe were healthy, middle-aged men who became paraplegic after spinal anaesthesia for minor surgery at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital in 1947. The spinal anaesthetics were given by the same anaesthetist, Dr Malcolm Graham, using the same drug on the same day at the same hospital. The outcome for the patients and their families was… CONTINUE READING