A Laboratory Guide in Pharmacology. By Torald Sollmann, M.D., Professor of Pharmacology in the School of Medicine of Western Reserve University. Cloth. Price, $2.50 net. Pp. 355, with 62 illustrations. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1917.
The manual, the larger of the two books, is intended for both study and reference. According to the preface:
Pharmacology comprises some broad conceptions and generalizations, and some detailed conclusions, of such great and practical importance that every student and practitioner of medicine should be absolutely familiar with them. It comprises also a large mass of minute details which would constitute too great a tax on human memory, but which cannot safely he neglected. It is the ambition of this book to present both types of information without confusion. The matter in the larger print aims to give a connected and concise statement of the essentials of pharmacology. The smaller print need not be