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The pediatric nurse has certain problems and consequent technics differing somewhat from those of her sister in general nursing. There are also a few disparities between the work of a nurse who takes care of children's eyes and that of her colleague who performs a like function for adults. To meet this situation, Doggart has written a little volume which he thinks "can be of some help." There are chapters on anatomy, etiology, inflammations, squint, injuries, instruments and dressings; but it must be admitted that the book overflows the limits inherent in its title. The format is convenient, and the illustrations are clear.
Bruce GM. Children's Eye Nursing.. Arch Ophthalmol. 1948;40(4):479. doi:10.1001/archopht.1948.00900030491007