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Page 123 - A monument of historical research and industry. Only a few copies now remain. FIRST HELP IN ACCIDENTS AND SICKNESS. A Guide in the absence or before the arrival of Medical Assistance. Illustrated with numerous cuts. i2mo. Cloth. 265 pages. $1.50. "A very useful book, devoid of the quackery which characterizes so many of the health manuals.
Page 116 - The names in full and addresses of two persons to be referred to. State how long each has known you. If previously employed, one of these must be the last employer.
Page 116 - Are you a single woman or widow? 3. Your present occupation or employment ? 4. Age last birthday, and date and place of birth. 5. Height? Weight? 6. Where educated ? 7.
Page 115 - When nursing in families where there are no servants, if their attention be not of necessity wholly devoted to their patient, they are expected to make themselves generally useful. They are also most earnestly charged to hold sacred the knowledge which, to a certain extent, they must obtain of the private affairs of such households or individuals as they may attend. . " Communications from or on the subject of nurses may be made, personally or by letter, to the Lady Superintendent, Nurses' Home,...
Page 125 - MEDICAL WORKS. HACKER. DIRECTIONS FOR THE ANTISEPTIC TREATMENT OF WOUNDS, as employed at Prof. Billroth's clinic. By Dr. VICTOR R. v. HACKER. Translated by FW TAYLOR, MD 8vo. Paper $0.50 WILLIAMS. THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF THE EYE. By HW WILLIAMS, MD, Professor of Ophthalmotology in Harvard University. With illustrations. I vol. Svo 4.00 An important work by one of the most distinguished of living oculists. It embodies the scientific researches and...
Page 115 - ... as Christian nurses. They are to take the whole charge of the sickroom, doing everything that is requisite in' it, when called upon to do so. When nursing in families where there are no servants, if their attention be not of necessity wholly devoted to their patient, they are expected to make themselves generally useful. They are to be careful not to increase the expense of the family in any way.
Page 125 - Handbook for the Instruction of Attendants on the Insane. Prepared by a Committee of the Medico-Psychological Association. Price 2s. Lunacy. Handbook for Attendants', on the Insane.
Page 3 - MONTHLY NURSING, By A. WORCESTER, AM, MD, Fellow of the Massachusetts Medical Society ; Physician to the Waltham Hospital. SECOND EDITION. 12mo, 250 pages. Cloth, $1.25.
Page 79 - ... training schools to have at least the partial service of a trained nurse in teaching others to be nurses. Such a teacher can be the queen of the miniature hospital, and at the same time, at the option of the physicians, can follow them on their rounds, visiting the bedsides where the student-nurses are employed, to teach them there whatever in her more experienced eyes is needed. In times of unusual healthfulness, the superintendent nurse can teach them how to write good clinical reports, how...