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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 isdoi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450410051035 fatcat:nvuhugam2va5zmn32j734gtop4