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James Malcolm GrahamThomas Hastings MacdonaldMamdouh Nadeem (“Toni”) NasriJames Rochester (“Jimmy”) NelsonYvonne Maria Teresa PawulskiJohn William Patrick (“Dr Pat”) Salt

BMJ 1997; 314 doi: (Published 07 June 1997) Cite this as: BMJ 1997;314:1696

James Malcolm Graham

Consultant anaesthetist Chesterfield group of hospitals 1948-73 (b 1913; q Sheffield 1939; DA, FFARCS), died after long incapacity from widespread vascular disease on 17 November 1996. The son of a rural and colliery general practitioner, he spent a brief spell at the Royal Hospital, Sheffield, before joining his father's practice, continuing an early interest in general anaesthetics as a GP anaesthetist at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. He was refused permission to join the Royal Navy during the war. On the inception of the National Health Service he became a consultant anaesthetist at Chesterfield, where he instituted preanaesthetic clinics, a postoperative recovery room, and drug inquiry forms. A keen sportsman in his earlier years, Malcolm played village cricket, social tennis, and golf with a single figure handicap, and later he took up dinghy sailing. Predeceased by his wife, he leaves one son. [D H Harley, J A K Wightman]

Thomas Hastings Macdonald

Former consultant paediatrician Royal Hospital for Sick Children Glasgow (b 1944; q …

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