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December 24, 1910

Walsh's Physicians' Combined Call-Book and Tablet.

JAMA. 1910;55(26):2265. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330260073038

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Walsh's Physicians' Handy Ledger. A Companion to Walsh's Physicians' Combined Call-Book and Tablet. Half Leather. Price, $3.50. Pp. 600. Washington, D. C.: Ralph Walsh, M.D., 1807 H Street N. W.

The Walsh system of medical bookkeeping employs a pocket call-book in the usual form used by physicians, which contains, in addition to the pages for entries, an obstetric record and cash account; an obstetric table; table of eruptive fevers; table of changes in the Pharmacopeia; dose table; table of metric equivalents; and a table of poisons and antidotes. To be used in connection with this is a ledger, each page of which, in addition to the space for the name and residence of the debtor, is arranged so that the transactions for each month are shown on a single line, the particular service being indicated under the date by a character. It also contains space for dates and amounts of

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