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Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll – Memoir of a Police Doctor by Wesley Boff Pdf
I can claim to have enjoyed a satisfying and fulfilling medical career. British General Practice was the jewel in the NHS crown and I was a Family Doctor during its heyday before the Government decided to take control and tell the doctors how to do their job, demoralize the profession and seriously compromise patient care, destroying the respect between patients and their doctors and turning a vocation into a chore. I was fortunate that I began my career at the right time and got out at the right time. My almost thirty years working with the local police force was hard work but once I’d seen a few corpses and gained the respect of the local constabulary I enjoyed the work immensely even if I was so often denied a good night’s sleep. The case load varied from the gruesome to the amusing but looking back it was never boring. Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll – Memoir of a Police Doctor is an account of my experience as a Forensic Physician – a facet of the rich tapestry of medical practice that Joe Public never realized existed.
Transforming the Doctor's Office by Ann Sloan Devlin Pdf
From the parking lot to the exam room, doctors can improve the physical surroundings for their patients, yet often they do not. Given the numerous and varied duties doctors must perform, it may fall to the design profession to implement changes, many based on research, to improve healthcare experiences. From location and layout to furnishings and positive distractions, this book provides evidence-based information about the physical environment to help doctors and those who design medical workspaces improve the experience of health care. Along with its research base, a special aspect of this book is the integration of relevant historical material about the office practice of physicians at the beginning of the twentieth century. Many of their design solutions are viable today. In addition to improving the physical design of healthcare facilities, author Ann Sloan Devlin is the granddaughter, daughter, and niece of physicians, as well as the granddaughter and daughter of nurses. She worked in a hospital during college, and has visited a good many practitioners’ offices in medical office buildings and ambulatory care settings. This book addresses an overlooked location of care: the doctor’s office suite.
The Story of a Doctor's Telephone—Told by His Wife by Ellen Firebaugh Pdf
"The Story of a Doctor's Telephone—Told by His Wife" by Ellen M. Firebaugh. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
With a pair of magical eyes and tenacity, he is committed to being the best doctor. He is born with a pair of eyes that can clearly see through the human body in the dark. This special ability has made his dream of being a famous doctor. A pair of magical eyes can always find lesions that other doctors cannot see. But because he accidentally discovered the secret of his boss, his life was severely hit. The boss assigned him to work in a very remote place, where there were no family members and friends, and even his girlfriend broke up with him because of that. He was not defeated by setbacks, but strengthened his dream of becoming a famous doctor. His superb medical skills have been noticed by more and more people, and he has since been awarded the title of "the most powerful doctor". ☆About the Author☆ Yu Yang, an outstanding online novelist. His rich life experience has provided inexhaustible motivation for his novel creation, and his novel plot is as good as writing.
United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging. Subcommittee on Long-Term Care
Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee on Aging. Subcommittee on Long-Term Care Publisher : Unknown Page : 384 pages File Size : 55,7 Mb Release : 1970 Category : Nursing homes ISBN : UIUC:30112023361220
Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. A 3-year-old asks her physician father about his job, and his inability to provide a succinct and accurate answer inspires a critical look at the profession of modern medicine. In sorting through how patients, insurance companies, advertising agencies, filmmakers, and comedians misconstrue a doctor's role, Andrew Bomback, M.D., realizes that even doctors struggle to define their profession. As the author attempts to unravel how much of doctoring is role-playing, artifice, and bluffing, he examines the career of his father, a legendary pediatrician on the verge of retirement, and the health of his infant son, who is suffering from a vague assortment of gastrointestinal symptoms. At turns serious, comedic, analytical, and confessional, Doctor offers an unflinching look at what it means to be a physician today. Object Lessons is published in partnership with an essay series in The Atlantic.
It is the thirty-third century, and mankind has begun to colonise the solar system. With the development of cold fusion, he has even spread beyond the planets around Sol and reached the Star Proxima, although not without any unforeseen problems and setbacks. Yet though man has advanced technologically, he is still the same marred creature that he ever was. Conflict exists between different sovereignties, competitive companies, and the ever-present battle of the sexes. Though he has come so far since ancient times, he is still essentially capable of making the errors that he always did, but in new and fantastic ways and with new and ever more advanced devices. Then there is the problem of the androids and of course the Biotron! Here are twelve glimpses into the possible future created by one writers twisted imagination.
Brent admired the chimpanzee he sketched at the zoo. He regarded the animal as contemplative. He was unaware that similar animals in the wilds of Africa were the source of a virus that would lead to his death from AIDS. Brent became infected with HIV from the medicine he infused to treat his hemophilia. At six months of age, his parents were alarmed when they discovered bruises on his chest which led to the discovery of hemophilia. From that moment forward, he received frequent intravenous infusions of concentrate to treat recurrent bleeding episodes. Infusions of the medicine relieved pain and suffering from bleeding. His life seemed normal. Unexpectedly, Brent's life changed after the discovery of HIV contamination of the medicine. The medicine was manufactured from the plasma of paid blood donors. Unbeknownst to Brent, the plasma was polluted with HIV. The SIV in chimpanzees changed to become HIV in humans. But the chimpanzees were not the cause of the transfer of SIV in animals to HIV in humans. The change from SIV in animals to HIV in humans was the result of human activity. The change came about with the production of the hepatitis B vaccine. Who was responsible for the pollution of the hemophilia medicine with HIV and hepatitis viruses? Was Brent's death preventable?
From the HIV-infected girl who knows the future to the hilarious diktats of astrologers who can predict the exact time of birth, A Doctor’s Chronicles is a collection of short stories by paediatrician, Dr Bharath Reddy, who began writing about his most moving cases over the course of his clinical practice. What happens to the poor farmer who cannot afford his beloved daughter’s treatment? Why does a bright city boy eat his exam papers? Each story is a heart-warming look into the journey that patients and their families take on the road to wellness, as it unveils poignant insights hidden within sickness and health, life and death, human values, love, and humility.