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To the Editor:
—For a number of years I of been collecting anesthetic records with the object in view of being able some day to present to the profession what might possibly be accepted as a standard chart—at least as to contents. With this in view I have written to many hospitals for copies of the charts they use, and have been gratified at the number of responses which were received. In order now to reach my colleagues who have their own private blanks, I must have recourse to this general request. I would ask those who are interested in this subject kindly to send me four copies, one for the Long Island Society of Anesthetists, one each for the King's County and the New York Medical libraries, and one for my own collection. I shall be glad to correspond with any one on the matter and to send our
Erdmann AF. Anesthetic Records. JAMA. 1911;LVII(16):1304. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260100130034
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