Matronized Nursing Service at Mobile City Hospital in the Mid-19th Century: A Paradigm of Altruism and Indigent Patient Care
Salley, Robert K.
Rodning, Charles B.
SOUTHERN MEDICAL JOURNAL 82(8): 1017-1025, August 1989
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