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In this manual the author has endeavored to give some account of those portions of bacteriology which are of special interest in clinical medicine and hygiene. The preparation of tissue, methods of culture, description of pathogenic organisms and their detection, the examination of water, etc., have therefore been given at some length. The direction for staining and preparation of cultures, in the examination of air, water, blood, etc., are fully discussed.
This book will be very useful for those whose laboratory facilities are limited.
A Manual of Bacteriology, Clinical and Applied, with an appendix on bacterial remedies, etc. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(7):367. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450070045023
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