The Trained Nurse and Hospital Review, Volume 41

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Lakeside Publishing Company, 1908
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A monthly magazine of practical nursing, devoted to the improvement and development of the graduate nurse.

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Page 172 - That the nurse corps (female) shall consist of one superintendent, to be appointed by the Secretary of War, who shall be a graduate of a hospital training school having a course of instruction of not less than two years...
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Page 204 - The surgical bag in the future will hardly be complete without one of these cups, which will give happy results in many an emergency. It will be found invaluable for treating Ophthalmia, Conjunctivitis, eye strain, ulceration and all inflammatory conditions affecting the eye. DIRECTIONS. — Drop into the eye bath ten to thirty drops of GlycoThymoline, fill with warm water; holding the head forward, place the filled eye bath over the eye, then open and close the eye frequently in the Glyco-Thymoline...
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Page 206 - ... has been done. Under the circumstances, rapid treatment has to be resorted to if fatalities are to be avoided. The main point is to modify the diet, suppressing objectionable food, particularly milk not properly modified in strength and sterilized. Meanwhile the bowels should be kept in a thoroughly aseptic condition. An experience of ten years or more has demonstrated that this is better accomplished through the use of Tyree's Antiseptic Powder; one teaspoonful or less of this Powder diluted...

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