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In general, it is more difficult to write about medicine for nurses than for physicians, as the former are less likely to have an adequate background in the fundamental sciences. This book seems to accomplish very well its purpose of explaining in a simple way the fundamental concepts of bacteriology and pathology for nurses. The illustrations are abundant and adequate, and there are a glossary and an index.
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