Browse publications by year: 1963

  1. Kadri ZN
    Singapore Med J, 1963 Sep;4(3):113-8.
    PMID: 14075734
    MeSH terms: China/ethnology; Humans; India/ethnology; Malaysia/ethnology; Schizophrenia*; Singapore; Statistics as Topic*; Universities*
  2. SCHMIDT KE
    Nervenarzt, 1963 Sep;34:397-401.
    PMID: 14163217
    MeSH terms: Asia, Southeastern; Borneo; Developing Countries*; Hospitals*; Hospitals, Psychiatric*; Humans; Malaysia
  3. FURTADO JI
    Z Parasitenkd, 1963 Sep 4;23:219-25.
    PMID: 14083695
    MeSH terms: Acanthocephala*; Animals; Cyprinidae*; Fishes*; Malaysia; Nematode Infections*
  4. HERMANN JD
    Can Med Assoc J, 1963 Oct 12;89:766-9.
    PMID: 14060168
    MeSH terms: Education, Medical*; Hospitals*; Humans; Malaysia; Medicine*; Medicine, East Asian Traditional*; Social Conditions*
  5. ROHDE K
    Z Parasitenkd, 1963 Oct 29;23:324-39.
    PMID: 14095066
    MeSH terms: Animals; Chiroptera*; Malaysia; Trematoda*; Trematode Infections*
  6. INGLIS WG, DUNN FL
    Z Parasitenkd, 1963 Oct 29;23:354-9.
    PMID: 14095069
    MeSH terms: Animals; Malaysia; Culicidae*; Nematoda*; Oxyuroidea*
  7. Montgomery R, Eyles DE
    Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg., 1963 Nov;57:409-16.
    PMID: 14081295
    About 10 per cent. of troops involved in jungle operations along the Thai-Malayan border in North Perlis during August to October, 1962, developed malaria in spite of proguanil prophylaxis. The majority of these had Plasmodium falciparum infections, many of which relapsed after larger than usual dosages of chloroquine. Ten of the cases were studied in more or less detail, and clinical evidence of chloroquine as well as proguanil resistance was obtained. In two cases, laboratory confirmation of the clinical evidence was obtained as relapse occurred in the presence of plasma chloroquine levels generally considered
    therapeutic.
    MeSH terms: Animals; Proguanil*; Chloroquine*; Drug Resistance*; Drug Resistance, Microbial*; Humans; Malaria*; Malaysia; Culicidae*; Plasmodium falciparum*; Malaria, Falciparum*
  8. Contacos PG, Lunn JS, Coatney GR
    Trans. R. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg., 1963 Nov;57:417-24.
    PMID: 14081296
    1) Five strains of P. falciparum suspected of being chloroquine resistant were established in eight prisoner volunteers. Two of these strains originated from Cambodia and are referred to as Cambodian I and II. Three are from natural infections in Malaya and are referred to as Malayan I, II and III.
    2) These strains were studied for their response to one to five anti-malarial drugs; namely, chloroquine, proguanil, mepacrine, pyrimethamine and quinine.
    3) The Cambodian I strain was susceptible to chloroquine when the 1.5 gramme regimen of the base was given.
    4) The Cambodian II and the Malayan II strains were resistant to chloroquine, proguanil, mepacrine and pyrimethamine but susceptible to quinine.
    5) The Malayan I strain was resistant to chloroquine and to proguanil but susceptible to pyrimethamine and to quinine.
    6) The Malayan III strain was resistant to chloroquine, proguanil and pyrimethamine but susceptible to mepacrine and to quinine.
    7) Quinine was the only anti-malarial to which all strains were susceptible. A comparison between these strains and the chloroquine resistant strains from Colombia and Thailand is presented.
    MeSH terms: Animals; Cambodia; Proguanil*; Chloroquine*; Drug Resistance*; Drug Resistance, Microbial*; Humans; Malaria*; Malaysia; Culicidae*; Plasmodium falciparum*; Pyrimethamine*; Quinacrine*; Quinine*; Malaria, Falciparum*
  9. Reid HA, Thean PC, MARTIN WJ
    Br Med J, 1963 Nov 30;2(5369):1378-80.
    PMID: 14063030
    In Northern Malaya conditions are exceptionally favourable for studying human victims of the pit viper Ancistrodon rhodostoma (Boie). The results of a double-blind controlled therapeutic trial in moderate poisoning following bites of this snake are described.
    The purpose of the trial was to see if specific antivenene given within six hours of the bite and prednisone started within six hours of the bite produced better results than control treatment.
    The trial was carried out at Sungei Patani Hospital: 105 patients aged 10 to 69 years inclusive were admitted to the trial, but subsequently five subjects were withdrawn. Patients were allocated at random to one of three treatment schedules: (1) specific antivenene 50 ml. with 1 ml. of hyaluronidase by intramuscular injections, dummy tablets; (2) distilled water 50 ml. with 1 ml. of hyaluronidase by intramuscular injection, prednisone tablets totalling
    120 mg. within three days of the bite; and (3) distilled
    water 50 ml. with I ml. of hyaluronidase by intramuscular injection, dummy tablets. Statistical analysis shows that the difference between
    incidence and severity of systemic poisoning in the antivenene group and in the groups receiving prednisone or control treatment was highly significant. In contrast, there was no statistically significant difference between the clinical features of local poisoning in these three groups. Thus specific antivenene is very effective in combating systemic poisoning following bites of the pit viper A. rhodostoma but does not appear to help local poisoning. Prednisone seems to benefit neither systemic nor local poisoning.
    MeSH terms: Humans; Malaysia; Prednisone*; Snake Bites*; Statistics as Topic*; Venoms*; Clinical Trial*
  10. MURPHY HB
    J Soc Psychol, 1963 Dec;61:201-31.
    PMID: 14084801
    MeSH terms: Adolescent; Child; China; Culture*; Humans; India; Juvenile Delinquency*; Malaysia; North America; Occupations*; Singapore; Statistics as Topic*; Asian Continental Ancestry Group*
  11. KOVACS M
    Nurs Outlook, 1963 Dec;11:890-4.
    PMID: 14089137
    MeSH terms: Humans; International Cooperation*; Malaysia; Nurses*; Nursing*; United States; Peace Corps*
  12. HOLLINSHEAD WH
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:103-6.
    PMID: 14117277
    MeSH terms: Hospitals*; Humans
  13. LAU KS, SINGH N
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:107-15.
    PMID: 14117278
    MeSH terms: Anticoagulants*; Blood Coagulation Tests*; Phenindione*; Prothrombin Time*; Biomedical Research*
  14. STEIN J, STEIN B, YU M, CHEE M, CHEW BK
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:116-21.
    PMID: 14117279
    MeSH terms: Autoantibodies*; Autoimmune Diseases*; Humans; Malaysia; Singapore; Thyroid Diseases*; Thyroid Gland*; Thyroiditis*; Thyroiditis, Autoimmune*; Biomedical Research*; Asian Continental Ancestry Group*
  15. BALASEGARAM M
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:122-4.
    PMID: 14117280
    MeSH terms: Diet*; Humans; Intestinal Obstruction*; Intestine, Small*; Intestines*; Malaysia; Surgical Procedures, Operative*; Asian Continental Ancestry Group*; Intestinal Volvulus*
  16. BALASEGARAM M
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:125-8.
    PMID: 14117281
    MeSH terms: Adolescent; Child; Gastrectomy*; Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage*; Humans; Infant; Infant, Newborn; Pathology*; Peptic Ulcer*; Pyloric Stenosis*; Radiography*
  17. HOO CC
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:129-30.
    PMID: 14117282
    MeSH terms: Animals; Blood Specimen Collection*; Coloring Agents*; Humans; Malaria*; Parasites*; Plasmodium*; Staining and Labeling*
  18. TAN ES
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:72-6.
    PMID: 14117283
    MeSH terms: Civilization*; Humans; Hysteria*; Malaysia; Neurotic Disorders*
  19. SINNATHURAY TA
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:77-82.
    PMID: 14117284
    MeSH terms: Carcinoma*; Uterine Cervical Neoplasms*; Cytodiagnosis*; Female; Humans; Mass Screening*; Neoplasms/diagnosis*; Neoplasms/epidemiology*; Scotland; Vaginal Smears*
  20. CHONGTONG MUN
    Med. J. Malaysia, 1963 Dec;18:83-6.
    PMID: 14117285
    MeSH terms: Anesthesia*; Anesthesia, Obstetrical*; Female; Humans; Hypnosis*; Pregnancy; Delivery, Obstetric*
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