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I could go on, however I will save the book for your reading.
As a practicing family doctor, I believe that our healthcare system can do better in providing all of us the best care consistently and routinely across the country.
Having thoroughly enjoyed Complications, I decided to check out Dr. Gawande's other writings and was pleasantly surprised to find this collection of stories.
Gawande applies logic to medicine, humbling acknowledging that even experienced surgeons can benefit from improving efficiency and care of patients.Published 13 days ago by M. J. Herman
The good doctor probably makes more money writing books than in his practice. This one is not his best, but it's interesting.Published 16 days ago by Jersey guy
Hard to believe one man can be sooo good. Good info in book for us all. Starts with how hard it is to control hand washing between patients in hospitals. Very impressive.Published 21 days ago by D. Glover
Interesting book, but I recommand this book for those who are going to the medical field.Published 1 month ago by yetem
As a RN, I was disappointed in this book. Skipped several chapters because they were boring. I find it interesting that he has a problem with doctors and nurses participating in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by SK