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L'Impiega Ipodermica e la Dosatura dei Remedi. Manuale Terapeutica del Dottore Gaetone Malacrida. Milano. 1895. (The Hypodermic Employment and the Dosage of Drugs.)
These two little books belong to the series of pocket-sized Italian hand-books published by Hoepli, a series which for extent and range of subjects has apparently hardly anything comparing with it in our own language. It includes at least some five hundred different publications, their subjects ranging over the fields of science, art, history, religion, etc., in cheap and convenient form. The medical publications include some fifteen or sixteen titles, which, judging from these present volumes, are meritorious handy compendiums of the fullest and latest knowledge of their subjects. The antiseptic manual gives the general principles of medical and surgical antisepsis, with a pretty full historic statement; and the other little volume, beside a general dose list of drugs, is a manual of hypodermic medication and includes
Manuale Pratica della Medicatura Antisettica. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(12):570. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440120044024
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