|Export of Haffkine polio vaccine results in record turnover of Rs 300 crore|
Apart from this, HBPCL will also expand the Anti Snack Venum project, develop a TB vaccine, and start producing a gas gangrene anti-toxin medicine to treat patients suffering from gangrene. According to information provided by HBPCL, till 2009 the ...
Mumbai Mirror - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 20:41
|From the archive, 22 January 1980: Casbah curse for British WW2 troops|
... developing penicillin for the treatment of wounds, Brigadier Hugh Cairns and Professor Howard Florey, were against sending supplies to North Africa, arguing that they had not even been able to assess its full value for the prevention of gas gangrene.
The Guardian - Wed, 21 Jan 2015 21:31
|Starving babies, sterilisation and slaughter: Life inside a women-only ...|
He then infected their legs with gangrene and bacteria, or chemicals such as petrol and phenol. He created wounds on their legs, and added dirt, glass and splinters, which were then left untreated or treated with different drugs. 'Experiments' and gas ...
Telegraph.co.uk - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 02:54
|If This is a Woman: Inside Ravensbrück: Hitler's Concentration Camp For ...|
Healthy legs were sliced to the bone and gas gangrene and dirt inserted into the wounds in abhorrent and futile experiments to see if the sulphonamides cured gas gangrene. They didn't. Some died, others were left lame. Prisoners who were pregnant had ...
The Independent - Sat, 17 Jan 2015 04:02
|Today's letters: Terrorists are responsible for their own actions|
We called it gas gangrene caused by the Clostridium group of colonic bacteria — the first cousins of C. (Clostridium) difficile. These flesh-eating bacteria can intermingle with the normal bowel bacteria. Like C. difficile, they can also acquire ...
National Post - Mon, 19 Jan 2015 21:01
|Gas gangrene, shell shock and flinty women: BBC One's new Sunday night ...|
With the BBC's latest Sunday-night offering, comfort takes on a new guise: one that includes gas gangrene, shell shock, flinty women and war-damaged men. It won't rock you to sleep. The Crimson Field, BBC1's latest six-part drama, took us to the ...
Spectator.co.uk - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 20:05
|Kevin Myers on Ireland's Great War|
Glimpsing such appalling statistics is, however, like a doctor peeling back a bandage, noticing a wound but then smelling gas-gangrene, for there's far worse than you can see. It has been the besetting sin of belligerent Anglophone countries, in which ...
Irish Times - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 07:36
|Year in Review: 2014 marked by elections, celebrations, triumphs and losses|
An employee at Scrap Solutions was drilling a hole a vehicle gas tank to drain it, and the gasoline was ignited by the electric drill he was using. • When the Tivy Antlers kicked off their first home football game, of all the recent renovations to the ...
Community journal - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 00:22