WHICH TYPE OF M&B WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE IMPORTANT IN 1943?
“This admirable ‘M+B’ from which I did not suffer any inconvenience, was used at the earliest moment and after a week’s fever the intruders were repulsed.”
(After being prescribed M & B for pneumonia in 1943.)
if you are a doctor in the NHS you will have heard of May and Baker and you will know about this important infection milestone, but the chances are you have never heard of Myers and Briggs.
Unless you are a psychiatrist or a medical director.
The consultants in The NHS Pantry have, though.
Some of them are experts in this, but they would not have been able to cure Churchill’s pneumonia.