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she prepare and give one of the powders, and put the other in her pocket. The accoucheur shall not inspect the preparation nor administration of the draught, but shall remain ignorant of which was given. When he returns home let him enter his remarks in his common place book. On his next visit he shall demand the unused powder of the nurse, and fill up the blank with ergot or coffee, as the case may be. When his twenty four powders are all used, let him read his remarks on his twenty four casesdoi:10.1056/nejm181804010070206 fatcat:ystr2uh6m5bx3o5mohqz2aksxi