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Physician's Pocket Account Book. By J. J. Taylor, M.D., 4105 Walnut St., Philadelphia. Containing Obstetric, Vaccination and Death Records and Cash Accounts. 4¼×6¾ Inches. Over 244 Pages. Leather, $1.00. Also bound in manila boards with separate leather case. Price of case and two manila books, $2.00. Subsequent manila books to use in the case, 60 cents each; two for $1.00; three for $1.40. Also large size for desk or office use, $4.00. Philadelphia: Published by the Author.
The Medical Record Visiting List of Physicians' Diary for 1905. New Revised Edition. Bound in Flexible Leather, with Flap and Pocket, Pencil and Rubber. Price, $1.25. New York: Wm. Wood & Co.
These three are neat, compact and well-bound pocketbooks for the recording of the names of patients and the services rendered day by day for a year. The two visiting lists contain in addition the usual summaries, the comparisons of scales, urinalysis
The Medical News Visiting List, 1905. Weekly (Dated for 30 Patients); Monthly (Undated for 120 Patients per Month); Perpetual (Undated for 30 Patients Weekly per Year); 60-Patients (Undated, for 60 Patients Weekly per Year). The Weekly, Monthly and 30-Patient Perpetual Contain 32 Pages of Data and 160 Pages of Classified Blanks. The 60-Patient Perpetual Consists of 256 Pages of Blanks Alone. Each in One Wallet-shaped Book, Bound in Flexible Leather, with Flap and Pocket, Pencil and Rubber, and Calendar for Two Years. JAMA. 1904;XLIII(22):1644. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500220054021
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