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This work is written from the standpoint of the obstetrician, who is interested not only in the problems offered by the mother but in those of the newly born infant. The immediate care of the new-born, as well as the requirements of the first days of life, is given full consideration. In this it serves a much neglected field. Further chapters on breast feeding, modified feeding, dietary disorders, birth injuries, infectious disorders of special systems and the premature infant are covered. The whole work is handled in a practical manner.
The New-Born Infant: A Manual of Obstetrical Pediatrics. JAMA. 1929;93(9):716. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02710090056036
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