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November 1, 1930

Intern's Handbook: A Guide to Rational Drug Therapy, Clinical Procedures and Diets.

JAMA. 1930;95(18):1369. doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02720180063036

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Abstract

This book has been prepared by members of the faculty of Syracuse University with a view to encouraging the proper use of drugs by interns and with a view to providing the intern with a ready reference to the subjects which he might be called to know in an emergency. The list of drugs is essentially a list of useful drugs somewhat more abbreviated than that which appears in the volume prepared under the auspices of the Council on Pharmacy and Chemistry. Following the list of drugs is a section on the treatment of poisoning and a section on such essentials of clinical pathology as might occupy the attention of the intern in the average general hospital. The rules governing roentgenology are planned to aid the intern with his work in that department. The section on diagnosis consists essentially of outlines of the most used procedures. There are also sections

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