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The Exhibit of the American Medical Association at the St. Paul Meeting.
A museum of medical and surgical instruments, apparatus and dressings, pharmaceutical preparations, food and drink for the sick and for infants, utensils for chemical, microscopical and biological laboratories, sanitary and hygienic appliances and devices, ambulances, hospital and office furniture, and of the literature of the medical and allied sciences, has for many years been held in connection with the annual meeting of the American Medical Association.This medical bazaar should be one of the most interesting features of the meetings, where every member can see the newest instruments, and the most recent additions to the pharmacopeia; where he can inspect books, and place his orders for any professional supplies he may be in need of. The time devoted to a careful study of such an exhibition is always profitably spent, as something must be seen which is new
Association News. JAMA. 1900;XXXV(22):1422. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460480042019
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