What is in the general practitioner’s ‘black bag’ is a very individual matter. The contents reflect the style of the doctor’s practice and the type of area served and are a compromise between provision for any eventuality and the need to keep the bag down to a convenient size. The contents can be classified as diagnostic, therapeutic and administrative (forms, notepaper etc.).
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