WEMJ Volume 117 No. 2 June 2018
1. Case Report: Possible cross-over of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Virus (v2) to a young human boy with subsequent near fatal thrombocytopenia and sepsis.
PR Goddard**, LM Tutton, JPG Goddard, L Hildebrandt. WEMJ Volume 117 No 2 Article 1 June 2018
A case is reported of haemorrhagic rash from severe thrombocytopenia due to Acinetobacter lwoffii septicaemia in a six year-old boy (Patient B). His pet rabbits both died simultaneously, almost certainly from Rabbit Hemorrhagic Virus (v2)
2.Agatha Christie, Queen of crime and her deadly dispensary of poison, Janet Sellick. WEMJ Journal Vol 117 No 2 Article 2
“Surrounded by poisons I suppose it was natural I should use poison as the murderer’s weapon in my very first book,” said Agatha Christie about the start of her remarkable career.
3. Psychological Adjustment to Illness and Injury, Dr James Brennan. WEMJ Volume 117 No 2 Article 3 June 2018
Transitions involve psychological and emotional processes. Mental adjustment (to the illness and disease) may take time and be emotionally exhausting, but it is necessary, psychologically restorative, and even useful. And it is going on all the time.