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The areca nut chewing habit and oral squamous cell carcinoma in South African Indians. A retrospective study
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1993-06)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: A retrospective study (1983-1989) of oral squamous carcinomas and concomitant oral habits was undertaken in South African Indians from Natal. Information came from hospital records and interviews with ...
An analysis of the appropriate use of the Caledon ambulance service in the Overberg : a short report
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1995-11)
The objective of this study was to determine the possible extent of the inappropriate use of the ambulances of the Caledon station of the Overberg Regional Services Council. The trip sheets of the ambulances for the period ...
The development of passive health surveillance by a sentinel network of family practitioners in South Africa
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1998)
Objective. For the South African Sentinel Practitioner Research Network (SASPREN), a volunteer network of family practitioners in South Africa, to develop a health surveillance system through the surveillance of important ...
Rural medicine : a specialty in its own right?
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1992)
In the rural areas, where more than 50% of the South African population still lives, there is a severe shortage of adequately trained medical personnel.