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The exhaustion of the first two editions of this excellent manual shows that there was a place for it, and that the place was filled. The suggestions given by the author are simple and practicable, and the layman that understands and carries them out may be of material service both to the physician on his arrival, and to the patient. It would be well if such a book could have a permanent and conspicuous place in every factory, machine shop, steamer, and railway train. It is a book for the layman, and should be where he can easily see it and learn something of its contents.
Accidents and Emergencies.. JAMA. 1888;X(17):539. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400430031016