Bleeding from the Navel

1846 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
hook, if not large, demands serious slttdv, and with this will accomplish much to advance midwifery knowledge. The remaining lectures are on the practical application of the principles so admirably pointed out in the first. The author has omitted nothing which is really useful in midwifery practice, and we were glad to find he would teach so humble an office as making a bed. W. C.
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