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These papers by Crile and his associates present the data and results of the work of eleven years in research and clinical observation. Much of the material has been previously published, but the convenience of the reader or investigator has been well served by the collection in compact form, with the most complete details, of this large mass of experimental and clinical experience. The literature of the subject is thoroughly considered. Dr. Crile has analyzed the evidence of his own experience and that of others in the most thorough and logical fashion, covering every point, so that, so far as information on these subjects is obtainable, his conclusions represent the most scientific views of to-day. The technic of transfusion is clearly presented and by the improved method of the author reduced to the simplest and most practical form. The book, though large, will amply repay careful study.
Hemorrhage and Transfusion. JAMA. 1909;LIII(22):1857. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550220069033
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