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This is not a book, but it takes the place of the books which most physicians use for the purpose. Card index records are taking the place of ledgers, journals and blank books through out the business world to a marked degree because of their superiority. This card index record is asserted to be an entirely new and modern method for keeping physicians' accounts, records, appointments and memoranda, and if we accept the warm recommendations of some of the prominent physicians and surgeons who have used it, it will be a valuable addition to any practitioner's equipment. A description is of little value without the cards to illustrate it, so we will merely say that this record seems very simple, accessible and practical and so compact, complete, easily kept and accurate that it is said to entirely overcome all difficulties of that bane of existence, "bookkeeping," and to stand the
Hegele's Physicians' Account Record.. JAMA. 1904;XLII(14):909. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490590043024
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