Diet Lists of the Presbyterian Hospital, New York City

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Saunders, 1913 - Diet - 129 pages
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Page 134 - EDITION This book contains all the information that a nurse requires to carry out any directions given by the physician. The Montreal Medical Journal says it is "cleverly systematized and shows close observation of the sickroom and hospital regime.
Page 136 - Edition THE FOUR EPOCHS OF WOMAN'S LIFE. By ANNA M. GALBRAITH, MD With an Introductory Note by JOHN H. MUSSER, MD, University of Pennsylvania.
Page 134 - The authors have laid particular emphasis on the immediate application of bacteriology to the art of nursing. It is an applied bacteriology in the truest sense. A study of all the ordinary modes of transmission of infection are included. Applied Bacteriology for Nurses. By CHARLES F. BOLDUAN, MD, Assistant to the General Medical Officer, and MARIE GRUND, MD, Bacteriologist, Research Laboratory, Department of Health, City of New York, 12mo of 166 pages, illustrated.
Page 132 - Miss Goodnow's work deals entirely with the practical side of first-year nursing work. It is the application of text-book knowledge. It tells the nurse how to do those things she is called upon to do in her first year in the training school — the actual •ward work.
Page 131 - The point about this work is this: It tells you, and shows you just how to do those little things entirely omitted from other nursing books, or at best only incidentally treated. The chapters on "Home Treatments" and "Every-Day Care of the Baby," stand out as particularly practical.
Page 135 - Dr. AM Seabrook, Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia, says: " It is a most admirable little book, covering in a concise but attractive way the subject from the nurse's standpoint.
Page 131 - Sanders' new book is undoubtedly the most complete and most practical work on nursing ever published. Everything about every subject with which the nurse should be familiar is detailed in a clean cut, definite way. There is no other nursing book so full of good, practical information — information you need. Modern Methods in Nursing. By GEORGIANA J. SANDERS, formerly Superintendent of Nurses at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Page 135 - EDITION The Trained Nurse and Hospital Review says: " This is one of the most practical and useful books ever presented to the nursing profession." The text is illustrated. Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing. By EDWARD P. DAVIS, MD, Professor of Obstetrics in the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, i .:mo volume of 480 pages, Illustrated.
Page 134 - Roberts' Bacteriology & Pathology This new work is practical in the strictest sense. Written specially for nurses, it confines itself to information that the nurse should know. All unessential matter is excluded. The style is concise and to the point, yet clear and plain. The text is illustrated throughout.
Page 134 - Fiske's The Body A NEW IDEA Trained Nurse and Hospital Review says "it is concise, wellwritten and well illustrated, and should meet with favor in schools for nurses and with the graduate nurse.

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