. Clinical gyncology, medical and surgical. Canton flannel sheet for instruments.. ^ V , ^ C ^ Instruments wrapped in canton flannel sheet. incuts may be kept in the larger and the knives and forceps in the smallerones. Three or four hard-rubber trays for the instruments should beincluded in the outfit, and should be made so that they may fit into oneanother (nests) and thus not occupy too much room. Brushes forscrubbing the hands and forearms are to be sterilized by steam and rolledup in a sterile towel, or they may be carried in a stoppered jar containinga 1 to 30 carbolic acid solution. Goo

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. Clinical gyncology, medical and surgical. Canton flannel sheet for instruments.. ^ V , ^ C ^ Instruments wrapped in canton flannel sheet. incuts may be kept in the larger and the knives and forceps in the smallerones. Three or four hard-rubber trays for the instruments should beincluded in the outfit, and should be made so that they may fit into oneanother (nests) and thus not occupy too much room. Brushes forscrubbing the hands and forearms are to be sterilized by steam and rolledup in a sterile towel, or they may be carried in a stoppered jar containinga 1 to 30 carbolic acid solution. Goo
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. Clinical gyncology, medical and surgical. Canton flannel sheet for instruments.. ^ V , ^ C ^ Instruments wrapped in canton flannel sheet. incuts may be kept in the larger and the knives and forceps in the smallerones. Three or four hard-rubber trays for the instruments should beincluded in the outfit, and should be made so that they may fit into oneanother (nests) and thus not occupy too much room. Brushes forscrubbing the hands and forearms are to be sterilized by steam and rolledup in a sterile towel, or they may be carried in a stoppered jar containinga 1 to 30 carbolic acid solution. Good soap in tin cases, air-tight screw-capped bottles containing potassium permanganate and oxalic acid, and agood supply of green or oleine soap, must not be forgotten. The steril-ized gauzes, cotton, sponges, and bandages are best rolled up in sterilizedtowels and encL >sed in sterilized a;auze or bass. It will be better to haveat the operation a few wide-mouthed sterilized glass jars which hold fromone-half to two litres and are fitted with air-tight covers. The ligatures