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Author :Paul A. Ruggieri M.D.
ISBN :9781101554043
Genre :Medical
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As an active surgeon and former department chairman, Dr. Paul A. Ruggieri has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of his profession. In Confessions of a Surgeon, he pushes open the doors of the O.R. and reveals the inscrutable place where lives are improved, saved, and sometimes lost. He shares the successes, failures, remarkable advances, and camaraderie that make it exciting. He uncovers the truth about the abusive, exhaustive training and the arduous devotion of his old-school education. He explores the twenty-four-hour challenges that come from patients and their loved ones; the ethics of saving the lives of repugnant criminals; the hot-button issues of healthcare, lawsuits, and reimbursements; and the true cost of running a private practice. And he explains the influence of the 'white coat code of silence' and why patients may never know what really transpires during surgery. Ultimately, Dr. Ruggieri lays bare an occupation that to most is as mysterious and unfamiliar as it is misunderstood. His account is passionate, illuminating, and often shocking-an eye-opening, never- before-seen look at real life, and death, in the O.R.

Confessions Of A Surgeon

Author :SurgeonGeorge Brown Mair
ISBN :OCLC:220583634
Genre :Surgeons
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Confessions Of A Doctor

Author :Stanley Feldman
ISBN :9781782190073
Genre :Biography & Autobiography
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Professor Stanley Feldman decided to write his memoirs when, in 2008, he was pronounced dead. Fortunately, however, this was not by one of his fellow doctors but instead by an Australian medical journal - prompting much shock the next time he visited his friends down under! He has been a doctor with the NHS for over 60 years now, and has presided over the transition of medicine into the modern world. His career has seen both the sublime and the ridiculous; Stanley has worked with some of the greatest doctors in the world on pioneering new heart surgeries that have changed medicine forever - and he has been the guinea pig for experiments that have ended in temporary paralysis! Stanley's career is a microcosm of the developments of the medical system in the UK over the last 60 years - from the birth of the NHS onwards - and he has obtained many hilarious anecdotes along the way, all of which can be found in Confessions of a Doctor

Confessions Of A Knife

Author :Richard Selzer Confessions Of A Surgeon PDF Free Download
ISBN :0671413856
Genre :Surgeons
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Merging art and religion with science, these largely autobiographical essays delve deeply into the emotional territory of medicine commonly avoided by other writers. Never hesitant to admit his own frailties, Selzer draws on his experiences as a surgeon with integrity and wit, allowing readers a first-hand glimpse into the medical world.

Confessions Of A Surgeon

Author :George B. Mair
ISBN :0860072215
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Confessions Of A Plastic Surgeon

Author :Thomas T. Jeneby
ISBN :1945875704
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You are about enter the wild and wonderful world of one of San Antonio's most respected and beloved board-certified plastic surgeons. He takes you behind the scenes of his successful practice and tells all, especially the 'stuff' nobody tells medical school residents when they decide to go into plastic surgery! Get ready for your jaw to drop.

Confessions Of A Park Avenue Plastic Surgeon

Author :Cap Lesesne
ISBN :9780007382132
Genre :Biography & Autobiography
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All that you ever wanted to know – and never imagined – about what goes on behind-the-scenes at one of the world's most prestigious plastic surgeon's office.

Confessions Of A Healer

Author :O. T. Bonnett
ISBN :1878448617
Genre :Health & Fitness
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Argues that most physicians are poorly trained, narrow-minded, and resort too quickly to surgery when there is a problem, and suggests that alternative medicine and a focus on wellness and quality of life are in order

The Wounded Surgeon Confession And Transformation In Six American Poets The Poetry Of Lowell Bishop Berryman Jarrell Schwartz And Plath

Author :Adam Kirsch
ISBN :9780393243284
Genre : Literary Criticism
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'One of the most promising young poet-critics in America' (Los Angeles Times) examines a revolutionary generation of poets. Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath, John Berryman, Randall Jarrell, and Delmore Schwartz formed one of the great constellations of talent in American literature. In the decades after World War II, they changed American poetry forever by putting themselves at risk in their poems in a new and provocative way. Their daring work helped to inspire the popular style of poetry now known as 'confessional.' But partly as a result of their openness, they have become better known for their tumultuous lives—afflicted by mental illness, alcoholism, and suicide—than for their work. This book reclaims their achievement by offering critical 'biographies of the poetry'—tracing the development of each poet's work, exploring their major themes and techniques, and examining how they transformed life into art. An ideal introduction for readers coming to these major American poets for the first time, it will also help veteran readers to appreciate their work in a new light.

Laughter Is The Best Medicine Confessions Of A Young Surgeon

Author :Peter Sykes
ISBN :1800312857
Genre :Biography & Autobiography
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It is said that a surgeon must have 'the eyes of a hawk, the heart of a lion, and the hands of a lady, ' but have you ever wondered how a surgeon learns to operate, how he 'cuts his teeth' progressing from naive newly-qualified doctor to competent surgeon? In this collection of medical tales, the training of one slightly naive young trainee is viewed through the experiences of the patients he treats as he embarks on this most challenging of careers. We share his joy when things go well, his anguish when they don't and learn that, at the end of the day, compassion and a sense of humour make wonderful medicine.

Confessions Of An English Maid ; The Amatory Experiences Of A Surgeon

Author :British Institute of Radiology
ISBN :0352317884
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Last Night In The Or

Author :Bud Shaw
ISBN :9780698187412
Genre :Biography & Autobiography
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For readers of Henry Marsh's Do No Harm, Paul A. Ruggieri's Confessions of a Surgeon, and Atul Gawande's Better, a pioneering surgeon shares memories from a life in one of surgery’s most demanding fields The 1980s marked a revolution in the field of organ transplants, and Bud Shaw, M.D., who studied under Tom Starzl in Pittsburgh, was on the front lines. Now retired from active practice, Dr. Shaw relays gripping moments of anguish and elation, frustration and reward, despair and hope in his struggle to save patients. He reveals harshly intimate moments of his medical career: telling a patient's husband that his wife has died during surgery; struggling to complete a twenty-hour operation as mental and physical exhaustion inch closer and closer; and flying to retrieve a donor organ while the patient waits in the operating room. Within these more emotionally charged vignettes are quieter ones, too, like growing up in rural Ohio, and being awakened late at night by footsteps in the hall as his father, also a surgeon, slipped out of the house to attend to a patient in the ER. In the tradition of Mary Roach, Jerome Groopman, Eric Topol, and Atul Gawande, Last Night in the OR is an exhilarating, fast-paced, and beautifully written memoir, one that will captivate readers with its courage, intimacy, and honesty.

A Treatise On Crimes And Misdemeanors

Author :Sir William Oldnall Russell
ISBN :UOM:35112104605839
Genre :Criminal law
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The Cost Of Cutting

Author :Paul A. Ruggieri
ISBN :0425272311
Genre :Business & Economics
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Why is surgery so expensive? Surgeon Paul A. Ruggieri reveals little-known truths about his profession—and the hidden flaws of our healthcare system—in this compelling and troubling account of real patients, real doctors, and how money influences medical decisions behind the scenes. Even many well-informed patients have no idea what may be contributing to the cost of their surgery. With up-to-date research and stories from his practice, Ruggieri shows how business arrangements among hospitals, insurance companies, and surgeons affect who gets treatment—and whether they get the right treatment. Pulling back the curtain from the hospital bed, he explains how to safeguard one’s own health (and finances), and how America can make surgery more affordable for all without sacrificing quality care.

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Confessions Of A Surgeon PDF Free DownloadAuthor :Bruce Donaldson
ISBN :OCLC:959770452
Genre :Smoking
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Complications

Author :Atul Gawande
ISBN :0312421702
Genre :Medical
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In gripping accounts of true cases, surgeon Atul Gawande explores the power and the limits of medicine, offering an unflinching view from the scalpel's edge. Complications lays bare a science not in its idealized form but as it actually is--uncertain, perplexing, and profoundly human. Complications is a 2002 National Book Award Finalist for Nonfiction.

Confessions Of Emergency Room Doctors

Author :Rocky Lang
ISBN :9780740789601
Genre :Humor
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Rocky Lang and Dr. Erick Montero offer up more than 200 firsthand accounts of emergency room dramas along with bizarre and insightful medical facts and stats inside Confessions of Emergency Room Doctors. Sample entries include: * Strange Disease Fact: A melcryptovestimentaphilliac is someone who compulsively steals ladies underwear. * Dr. Brown, Chicago Hospital, writes: 'A woman came into the ER, ready to give birth, followed by her husband and about ten kids. Their last name was King. We took her to the operating room and soon I came out and announced that he was the proud father of a baby boy--I told him his wife said that he should name the little one. Mr. King scratched his head and said, 'Gee I just don't know, I've just about used up all the names I can think of.' He glanced up at a sign that read, 'No Smoking.' 'That's it,' he says, 'I'll name him Nosmo--Nosmo King.'

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The Cost Of Cutting

Author :Paul A. Ruggieri M.D.
ISBN :9780698143814
Genre :Business & Economics
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Why is surgery so expensive? Surgeon Paul A. Ruggieri reveals little-known truths about his profession—and the hidden flaws of our healthcare system—in this compelling and troubling account of real patients, real doctors, and how money influences medical decisions behind the scenes. Even many well-informed patients have no idea what may be contributing to the cost of their surgery. With up-to-date research and stories from his practice, Ruggieri shows how business arrangements among hospitals, insurance companies, and surgeons affect who gets treatment—and whether they get the right treatment. Pulling back the curtain from the hospital bed, he explains how to safeguard one’s own health (and finances), and how America can make surgery more affordable for all without sacrificing quality care.

Surviving Arrogance

Author :S. David Nathanson MD
ISBN :9781646107964
Genre :Biography & Autobiography
File Size : Surgeon46.93 MB
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SURVIVING ARROGANCE By: S. David Nathonson This memoir shows how an arrogant surgeon, whose worldview was entirely dependent upon scientific dogma, was startled into a new way of thinking, a new way of understanding himself, his patients, and the world, and how he became grateful, more human, more compassionate and more creative, enhancing his ability to heal patients with potentially lethal cancers and to use his creative research thoughts to introduce new ideas into his profession. The key to his transformation was provided by a young woman, dying of a rare abdominal tumor, but who miraculously survived after aggressive Western-style treatment. She believed the most important part of her treatment and recovery was the mindset she developed from alternative non-medical treatments, and he, initially skeptical of her beliefs, discovered truths that his medical training had not taught him. The author hopes that readers will see how modern medicine can and should incorporate empathy from doctors for their patients and a belief that they are not superior, despite their more advanced education.

Confessions Of A Corporate Slut

Author :Jacqueline Gum
ISBN :1452017484
Genre :Family & Relationships
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In CONFESSIONS OF A CORPORATE SLUT, Roberta conquers a bare-knuckle, male-dominated industry and achieves unparalleled success as an overachieving sales pro, entrepreneur, and corporate manager. But something is missing in her life. Marriage. Family. Purpose. When Roberta finds love, she is oblivious to the astronomical losses she will sustainincluding pride, self-esteem and moneythe tradeoff she makes to help her CEO husband push his manufacturing company to the pinnacle of its industry. When Roberta moves out of the family home at seventeen, her only working experience is a $1.35 gig at Dairy Queen. Unqualified and underage, she cajoles her way into managing a new restaurant and bar. Eventually she realizes the sales profession offers the best way to maximize her income, so she hits the road in hose and heels and a fifty-pound sample case of glassware, stir sticks, and beverage napkins. Little did she know her success would someday propel her into the unfamiliar role of the ideal corporate wife. Roberta is the polar opposite of a victim as she faces each challenge with her trademark mixture of spunk and grace. Her wry sense of humor intertwines with conflict, weaving a tapestry rich in humor and irony. Inspired by a true story CONFESSIONS OF A CORPORATE SLUT, is a tale of ambition and failurea tale of emotional connection and disconnection of support and about-faces of fear and loathingof love and hate. And a story that is all too often being played out in todays corporate culture.

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