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A long interval has elapsed since the last edition, and the list of new drugs and of new methods has been proportionately great. A special chapter has been introduced on serum therapeutics and, in connection with the invalid dietary, a short section upon the use of the digestive fermenta.
In the early part of the work brief reference is made to the Nauheim (Schott) treatment.
Ringer's Handbook of Therapeutics has been so long before the public, and so established a favorite, that little need be said in regard to it, except that the present edition has been brought down to date, and refers to the recent addition to armamentarium, and it has retained those features which made it so long a favorite in England and in this country.
A Handbook of Therapeutics. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(23):1181–1182. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1897.02440490047022
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