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This book, the author hopes, will "increase medical knowledge among nurses, orderlies and Red Cross workers." As much of the first aid work falls to the share of the male nurses and orderlies, first aid in the field has been very fully dealt with, especially the various form of bandages, moving and lifting the injured singlehanded and with help, carrying by stretcher, improvising stretchers, loading and unloading the wounded, and artificial respiration. Except for these special subjects, the work differs little from other books on nursing.
A Nursing Manual for Nurses and Nursing Orderlies. JAMA. 1915;LXIV(25):2088. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570510064036
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