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December 1923


Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1923;32(6):972. doi:10.1001/archinte.1923.00110240165011

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Carefully written, optimistic throughout, admirably compiled, brief, accurate in its statements, none of which are so technical or involved as not to be easily comprehended by the average patient, and particularly offering a reasonable common sense explanation for each and every suggestion made, this volume should be helpful to both patient and physician.

Any intelligent tuberculous patient would profit greatly by reading this book, and every patient who is being treated at home should have the opportunity to read and reread its contents. The latter portion consists of weekly record charts for recording the temperature, pulse rate, weight, general notes, and questions to ask the physician during his visits. There are enough of these charts to cover a period of two years.

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