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October 1942

Ear, Nose and Throat Nursing.

Arch Otolaryngol. 1942;36(4):618. doi:10.1001/archotol.1942.03760040172019

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Abstract

The author presents a set of nursing notes on the ear, nose and throat, trachea and bronchial system. Much information is compressed in 126 pages, bound in paper covers.

Though the text is written especially for senior nurses, as stated in the foreword, the author feels that it may also be of value to resident medical officers because of the time-saving element and may serve as a guide to the general routine of the department. It is evident that he has happily succeeded in all these points.

The print is smaller than that of the average book, so that much material is found on each page. Preventive and nursing instruction is covered extensively; anatomic and physiologic data are presented at the appropriate places, and therapy is well detailed. Diagrams and illustrations serve to explain more fully the text matter.

The entire subject is presented in a sound and conservative manner,

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