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This is a reprint of the translation of Auenbrugger's original treatise by John Forbes in 1824, to which there is a brief introduction by Henry E. Sigerist. It took Auenbrugger seven years to work out his method, and half a century passed before the method had general adoption. In 1821...
The purposes of this paper are first to reemphasize the importance of body mechanics as a necessary part of preventive pediatrics, second to review the mechanics of the body which determine efficiency and third to present a simplified and practical method of teaching which can be carried...
The first edition was published in 1935. The advances made in our study of the blood since that time are represented in this book by thirty-five extra pages and seven new illustrations and also some 400 changes in the bibliography. The authors point out that this edition stresses the...
This handsome tome is a fine contribution to the history of medicine magnificently printed, illustrated and bound. Its detail, however, is so great that it must ever remain, except for those intimately concerned with Liverpool, a work of reference. It is supplemented with numerous tables...
To the Editor:—
My attention has been called to an editorial comment appearing on page 132 of the January 8 issue of The Journal. This item refers to and quotes from a statement of one of the Cornell trustees—Mr. Babcock, representing the New York State Grange—with...
The fact that this is the seventh revised and reset edition of this standard book on materia medica, pharmacology and therapeutics for nurses is in itself proof of its established value. It aims to teach nurses "to observe the effects of drugs on patients, to recognize the earliest toxic...
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