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September 30, 1933

Obstetrics for Nurses.

JAMA. 1933;101(14):1101. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740390059039

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This is still the most popular book on obstetrics for nurses, as testified to by the fact that ten editions and numerous reprintings have appeared since it was written twenty-nine years ago. Its reputation is richly deserved because it is in every sense of the word a practical book based on the author's extensive experience as a practicing obstetrician and as a teacher. There is in the book for nurses the same personal touch that characterizes the author's textbook for medical students and practitioners. The language is in terms which any nurse can understand and easily remember. The illustrations are abundant and unsurpassable for their clearness and instructiveness. The typography is excellent. The material, which contains all that a nurse should know about obstetrics, has been brought down to date, so that the book contains information about the most recent scientific as well as practical advances, including the highly useful

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