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Those who have attempted to teach a course in bacteriology to nurses will appreciate the difficulties involved, particularly that of the very brief time allowed for laboratory work. A specially prepared textbook should be of service for such instruction, and Dr. Kilduffe's little volume is the latest to be made available. The book is attractively printed and fully illustrated, is written in simple language, and will undoubtedly be used. It is not evident why the discussion of practical applications of immunity belongs in the general section of "Bacteriology," while water and milk examination are found under "Applied Immunology."
Bacteriology and Applied Immunology for Nurses.. JAMA. 1926;86(22):1718. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670480048035