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This book, published in India, is particularly interesting because of the local color introduced by the special featuring of "Roger's hypertonic saline infusion," which has reduced the cholera mortality to approximately one third, the "best results having been obtained with the largest number of injections per case." Following satisfactory chapters on arsphenamine therapy and blood transfusion, the author gives an alphabetical list of the various drugs in common use for intravenous medication, giving the practical detail for their successful intravenous administration.
Intravenous Therapy. JAMA. 1932;98(2):167. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730280075037
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