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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-267

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266 medical department ment at one o'clock daily and remain there until all the Out- Patients have been seen shall occupy separate desk and see such patients as are allotted to him by the Surgeon in attendance shall take charge of the instruments in the Out-Patient department and superintend the dressing and instruct the Out-Patient Dressers in their duties He shall also see that the Surgery is kept in good order Candidates for this office must have filled the office of Dresser to Out-Patients and are not eligible for examination later than five years and half from the date of their Matricu- lation in the Medical Department Candidates may be admitted to examination for this office before obtaining their diplomas but will not be allowed to enter upon their duties before they shall be members of British College of Surgeons Such Assistant House Surgeons as shall have performed their duties to the satisfaction of the Committee of Management and the Council during six months shall if otherwise eligible be considered as having ceeteris paribus claim to be elected to the office of House Surgeon Operations -The area of the theatre shall be reserved for the Medical Officers including those resident the In-Patient Dressers and such visitors as are specially introduced by the operating Surgeon The first row of the theatre shall be re- served for the remaining Dressers and the Clinical Clerks Midwifery -Pupils who have previously attended Course of Lectures are provided with large number of cases of Mid- wifery The patients are attended at their own houses in the neighbourhood of the Hospital under the superintendence of the Physician-Accoucheur and Physician's Assistant Every Student desiring to attend cases shall live within reasonable distance of the Hospital so that his services may be readily available In undertaking to attend Midwifery patients he is expected and is in duty bound to pay the same care to his Hospital Patients as if he were in private practice He is expected not to absent himself for amusement or
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