The System of Physiologic Therapeutics, A Series of Eleven Volumes. Vol. I.—Electrotherapy—Apparatus and Method of Handling.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(25):1638. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480250032020.
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The forementioned volumes being those of the eleven which have been issued, are unique in their method of presenting the different subjects. The first and second volumes deal with the physics and therapeutics of the different forms of current and with electro-diagnosis. The second volume, thoroughly illustrated, contains interesting articles from such experienced men as Drs. Da Costa, Jackson, Scheppegrell, Martin and Ohmann-Dumesnil. The third and fourth volumes are devoted to climatology and health resorts. The first part of Vol. III treats of the factors of climate, and the second part describes health resorts and mineral springs and in this connection discusses the climatic treatment of various diseases. Volume IV also contains a special article on the Hawaiian Islands by Dr. Titus Munson Coan of New York. Volume VI, which should be in the hands of every general practitioner, is devoted to alimentary therapeutics and dietetics. This volume certainly fills


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