AN INSTRUMENT FOR ACCURATELY REGULATING THE AMOUNT OF FLUIDS GIVEN SLOWLY BY RECTUM

GEORGE B. LAWSON
1908 Journal of the American Medical Association  
white and glossy, and the object is ready to cut. No attention need be paid to the brine and freezing. Attention can be concentrated on the cutting. No brine is spilt, there is no splashing-all is neat and clean. When one is finished cutting, all that is necessary is to remove the box and transfer it to a basin of water. Rinse and
doi:10.1001/jama.1908.25310420035002d fatcat:k2g4dk7oujhshpaghwjz6yatum