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The visiting lists for 1915 follow in general the style adopted in previous years. The make-up is the same as to arrangement of pages and sections for memoranda.
The Medical Record Visiting List contains a calendar, obstetric table, table of approximate equivalents, dosages, a list of solutions for subcutaneous injection and for atomization and inhalation, some miscellaneous hints, information on the treatment of poisoning and emergencies, artificial respiration, signs of death, and hints on the writings of wills.
The Practitioner's Visiting List gives information on dentition, a note on estimating the date of confinement, comparative scales of weights and measures, a section on the examination of the urine, a table of incompatibilities, a note on artificial respiration, a table of the eruptive fevers, a list of poisons and antidotes, a table of doses given in apothecaries' and metric systems, and a list of therapeutic reminders similar to that published in
The Medical Record Visiting List or Physician's Diary for 1915. JAMA. 1914;LXIII(26):2313. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570260049036
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