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"These notes," says the author, "represent the essence of the lectures on military hygiene delivered to the class of 1889 at the Infantry and Cavalry School. It was originally prepared for the convenience of the student officers, but it was afterwards thought that it might be acceptable to officers of the line generally. The new edition changes the original edition to correspond with the present army regulations and the progress of sanitary science."
The volunteer officers, particularly of the Medical Department as well as the line, will find very much useful information in this work. Indeed, it will be well nigh indispensable to those for the first time having the responsibility and care of troops.
Notes on Military Hygiene for Officers of the Line.—A Syllabus of Lectures formerly delivered at the United States Infantry and Cavalry School. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(4):193. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450040043017
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