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January 20, 1917

Tue Medical Record Visiting List, or Physicians' Diary for 1917.

JAMA. 1917;LXVIII(3):217. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.04270010217027

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The Physician's Visiting List (Lindsay & Blakiston's) for 1917. Leather. Price, $1.25. Phildadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co.

These lists have been issued for 1917 with revised tables of dosages in apothecary and metric systems, based on the new pharmacopeia. They contain the usual ruled pages for entering daily calls and visits, memorandums, consultations, obstetric engagements, vaccinations, deaths, addresses, and cash account. Extra pages are devoted to tables of weights and measures, duration of pregnancy, treatment of poisoning, etc. The books are nicely prepared in leather covers with a pocket for extra papers and a pencil in each. Perhaps three fourths of the general practitioners of the country use these books as the first step in daily bookkeeping. They are a valuable accessory to businesslike practice.

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