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Four editions of this book have appeared during the past ten years. The text has been particularly popular with general practitioners of medicine because of its organization and method of presentation. It is the only book that considers the sick infant exclusively. The first part of the book takes up the symptoms of disease as they are seen in infants. The second part is a consideration of disease by systems. The third division covers the methods of treatment used in diseases of infants, including formulas, recipes and drugs. The material is covered in a concise and clear manner. The clinical method of presentation features each discussion. It is a book that general practitioners will find most useful as a reference guide in intelligent care of the sick infant.
Management of the Sick Infant. JAMA. 1933;100(15):1203. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740150061035
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