Miscellany

1899 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
It is well illustrated and is full of good common-sense instruction. If any criticism is called for, it is that it goes into the subject of treatment in some instances a little more fully than is necessary. This instrument is a modification of the "French" intubator. The modification consists of the angle put in the instrument. The angle at A in the shaft of the instrument brings the handle to the right and throws the hand of the operator out of his line of vision. The pistol handle B, which is
more » ... handle B, which is turned downward and to the right, gives the operator an easy grasp of the instrument. The "French" instrument
doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450410051035 fatcat:nvuhugam2va5zmn32j734gtop4