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March 27, 1915


JAMA. 1915;LXIV(13):1069. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.25710390004011e

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The device shown in the accompanying illustration is so simple that I hesitate to say a word in explanation of it. The C. M. Sorensen Company, New York, made the first one from plans described by me more than one year ago. Since then there has been quite a demand for it; hence it seems worthy of a wider notice than it has hitherto received.

DeVilbiss atomizers are commonly used by specialists and have given good satisfaction. Unfortunately, however, the bottle stands hold at most only six atomizers, which are always in the way and are frequently upset. That explains the origin of this "swinging spray bracket." The original model was planned to hold eight bottles, and is quite large enough for most specialists. It can now be had to carry six, nine or twelve atomizers, or in fact can be constructed to order for any desired number. A desirable

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