Treat - these measurements are now customary in all the clinical establishments of Germany, in most of the hospitals, with a large number of the busiest practitioners, and are looked upon as an indispensable part of the observation of every case of fever." He then congratulates himself upon the spread of thermometry to other lands, and mentions the labours of Charcot, Porson, and Jaccoud, in France; of Simon, Sidney Ringer, and Aitken, in England; and of" Seguin in America." And now"the number of new works upon thermometry is so great that it is impossible for me to mention them all." A mode of physical examination requires a special instrument, and a particular mode of using it. As experience for increases, this will doubtless be overcome and a minimum of human error will be involved.
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