§ Dr. David Kerr
asked the Minister of Health how many artificial kidney machines were supplied in 1965 to patients occupying National Health Service beds and to patients occupying private beds in National Health Service hospitals.
§ Mr. K. Robinson
At the end of 1965 there were about 70 patients suffering from chronic renal failure being treated on artificial kidney machines in National Health Service hospitals. None of these patients was occupying a private bed.