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NURSING IN

ABDOMINAL SURGERY

AND

DISEASES OF WOMEN.

FULLERTON.

A HANDBOOK

OF

OBSTETRICAL NURSING;

Comprising the Course of Instruction in Obstetrical Nursing
given to the Pupils of the Training School for Nurses
connected with the Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia.

BY ANNA M. FULLERTON, M.D.,
Demonstrator of Obstetrics in the Woman's Medical College of Pennsyl.
vania; Physician-in-Charge and Obstetrician and Gynæcologist to the
Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia, and Superintendent of the
Nurse Training School of the Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia.

38 Illustrations. 12mo. Handsome Cloth, $1.25.

SYNOPSIS OF CONTENTS.—The Pelvis and Genital Organs-
Signs of Pregnancy-Management of Pregnancy-Accidents of
Pregnancy-Germs and Antisepsis-Application of Antisepsis to
Confinement Nursing— Preparations for the Labor—Signs of Ap-
proaching Labor and the Process of Labor-Duties of the Nurse
during Labor-Accidents and Emergencies of Labor-Care of the
New-born Infant-Management of the Lying-in-Characteristics
of Infancy in Health and Disease—The Ailments of Early In-
fancy-Index.

“ It is a book that I have recommended since I first saw it, and we are using
it for our nurses at the N. Y. Infirmary, where we have a branch of our School,
our nurses going there for instruction in obstetrics.”—Mrs. L W. QUINTARD,
Supt. Connecticut Training School for Nurses, New Haven, Conn.

“It is the most modern and complete book I have ever read for the care of
obstetrical patients. I shall take pleasure in recommending it to this school for
study.”- E. L. WARR, Supt. Training School for Nurses, City Hospital, St.
Louis, Mo.

I have looked it over and read it with care, and think it is the best book I
have ever seen on the subject. It is practical, with plain instructions, nothing
superfluous. A good book for nurses and teachers of nurses.”—Miss ANNA
G. CLEMENT, Supt. of Nurses, The Henry W. Bishop Memorial Training
School for Nurses, Pittsfield, Mass.

I consider the book excellent in every particular. Would recommend it to
every nurse, whether she did obstetrical nursing or not.”—GertrudE MONT-
FORT, Supt. of Nurses, New England Hospital for Women and Children,
Boston, Mass.

“What is to be learned in a maternity training school is the way to nurse as a
profession. *** Can recommend it as a valuable manual.”-From the Amer-
ican Journal of Medical Sciences.

ABDOMINAL SURGERY

AND

DISEASES OF WOMEN.

A SERIES OF LECTURES DELIVERED TO THE PUPILS OF THE
TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES CONNECTED WITH
THE WOMAN'S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA,
COMPRISING THEIR REGULAR COURSE OF

INSTRUCTION ON SUCH TOPICS.

BY

ANNA M. FULLERTON, M.D.,

PHYSICIAN-IN-CHARGE OF AND OBSTETRICIAN AND GYNÆCOLOGIST TO THE

WOMAN'S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA, ETC.

SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND ENLARGED. WEDIGAL LIBRARY

ILLUSTRATED.

LAN

1783/

SAN FRANCISCO

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PHILADELPHIA:
P. BLAKISTON, SON & CO.,
1012 WALNUT STREET,

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