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This book represents the collaboration of twenty-one authors, including the editor, and covers every phase of hospitaltruction and equipment, with detailed information conceconcerningnt and feature of hospital work and management.
Each of the authors, physicians for the most part, but including nurses, engineers, pharmacists, architects and superintendents of hospitals, is experienced in the feature about which he or she writes. With the vastly increasing number of hospitals being established in the smaller cities and towns of the country, there is a demand for the information which this book attempts to give. It is profusely illustrated. The feature of open-air treatment is not neglected, and outdoor hospitals are described and pictured and their equipment and management also set forth.
Hospital Management. JAMA. 1911;LVII(4):336. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260070340033
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