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December 1, 1917

The Treatment of Emergencies.

JAMA. 1917;LXIX(22):1904. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590490068026

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Abstract

This book is essentially an enlargement of the author's lectures to policemen, firemen and nurses, and as such it is a commendable addition to first aid work, especially for all those, whether professional or lay, who wish to make a more comprehensive study of the subject. The author has aimed, in each instance, to give the underlying principle of each dressing and the reason for a particular method of application. The language used is plain and clearly descriptive, and no exception can be taken to the treatment of the subject or the correctness of the teachings.

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