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Complications Complications Free Author Atul Gawande Capitalsoftworks 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 National Book Award Finalist For Nonfiction

Atul Gawande is author of three bestselling books Complications, a finalist for the National Book Award Better, selected by .com as one of the ten best books of 2007 and The Checklist Manifesto His latest book is Being Mortal Medicine and What Matters in the End He is also a surgeon at Brigham and Women s Hospital in Boston, a staff writer for The New Yorker, and a professor at Harvard Atul Gawande is author of three bestselling books Complications, a finalist for the National Book Award Better, selected by .com as one of the ten best books of 2007 and The Checklist Manifesto His latest book is Being Mortal Medicine and What Matters in the End He is also a surgeon at Brigham and Women s Hospital in Boston, a staff writer for The New Yorker, and a professor at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health He has won the Lewis Thomas Prize for Writing about Science, a MacArthur Fellowship, and two National Magazine Awards In his work in public health, he is Executive Director of Ariadne Labs, a joint center for health systems innovation, and chairman of Lifebox, a nonprofit organization making surgery safer globally He and his wife have three children and live in Newton, Massachusetts

[PDF / Epub] ☁ Complications  ✎ Atul Gawande – Girlnailart.us
  • Paperback
  • 270 pages
  • Complications
  • Atul Gawande
  • English
  • 17 March 2017
  • 0312421702

10 thoughts on “Complications

  1. says:

    A year orago, I mistakenly placed a review for Gawande s book Better under this title I have fixed the mix up, and I have now read Complications.Gawande is pure pleasure to read His writing is fluid and full of germane examples as he addresses big issues like error and incompetence as well as topics that seem less significant but which he makes worthy of consideration such as blushing and nausea The headings for each section of the book Fallibility, Mystery, and Uncertainty are themat A year orago, I mistakenly placed a review for Gawande s book Better under this title I have fixed the mix up, and I have now read Complications.Gawande is pure pleasure to...

  2. says:

    This book wss filled with about 25 anecdotes flimsily tied together by Gawande s less than inspiring reflections I have the book in front of me at the moment and I am paging through rereading sections that I noted along the way I had come into residency to learn how to be a surgeon I had thought that meant simply learning the repertoire of move and techniques involved in doing an operation or making a diagnosis In fact, there was also the new and delicate matter of talking patients through t This book wss filled with about 25 anecdotes flimsily tied together by Gawande s less than inspiring reflections I have the book in front of me at the moment and I am paging through rereading sections that I noted along the way I had come into residency to learn how to be a surgeon I had thought that meant simply learning the repertoire of move and techniques involved in doing an operation or making a diagnosis In fact, there was also the new and delicate matter of talking patients through their decisions something that somet...

  3. says:

    Complications is a book of anecdotes about a surgical resident s experiences and impressions of the current health care environment Gawande divides his stories into three sections fallibility, mystery, and uncertainty The fallibility section demonstrates that doctors can make mistakes Some fallibility arises from there being a learning...

  4. says:

    Although I am interested in the medical profession, motivation to learnabout it often elludes me Gawande was able to keep my attention and present points that I could understand in spite of my limited medical knowledge.Admittedly, some of his information scared me After reading some points about surgery, I wondered how I ever allowed anyone to cut into me and place a plate and seven screws in my leg Also, some of his writing made me squeemish I had to pause or skip places that became t Alt...

  5. says:

    Not quite a 4 star read, but close enough It s fairly short does make his major points fairly well They boil down to medicine isn t perfect.Doctors are humans, so need to learn will make mistakes, even with the best intentions Do I want a doctor to learn on me or mine Hell no Gawande admits that he doesn t either he makes sure they don t, BUT we won t get any new ones if they don t start somewhere So what s the solution There isn t a good one Deal with it.Patients are h Not quite a 4 star read, but close enough It s fairly short does make his major points fairly well They boil down to medicine isn t perfect.Doctors are humans, so need to learn will make mistakes, even with the best intentions Do I want a doctor to learn on me or mine Hell no Gawande admits that he doesn t either he makes sure they don t, BUT we won t get any new ones if they don t start somewhere So what s the solution There isn t a good one Deal with it.Patients are humans, so they re complicated They do things that are bad for them all demand the highest level of care Since the mid 80 s, they ve been gettingsay in what their treatment is often they re not well equipped to do so either due to ignorance or just feeling l...

  6. says:

    Atul Gawande writes for The New Yorker, and I always read his articles as soon as I spot the by line I read Better last year and think it is even, yes, better But both books have rare qualities Gawande is...

  7. says:

    Read these sentences and tell me that this writer isn t an unbearable idiotIf choice of one s surgeon cannot go to everyone, maybe it is better when it is not allowed at all Taking time to bond with patients is fine, but every X ray must be tracked down and every drug dose must be exactly right Hospital lawyers warn doctors that, although they must, of course, tell patients about injuries that occur, they are never to intimate that they were at fault, lest the confession wind up in co Read these sentences and tell me that this writer isn t an unbearable idiotIf choice of one s surgeon cannot go to everyone, maybe it is better when it is not allowed at all Taking time to bond with patients is fine, but every X ray must be tracked down and every drug dose must be exactly right Hospital lawyers warn doctors that, although they must, of course, tell patients about injuries that occur, they are never to intimate that they were at fault, lest the confession wind up in court as damning evidence in a black and white morality tale This was not guilt guilt is what you feel when you have done something wrong What I felt was shame I was what was wrong And yet I also knew that a surgeon can take such feelings too far One surge...

  8. says:

    Hmmm I love surgery, it means. when a handy book ofhumanity and less cut of surgery was published. how can i resist Well. for being honest, it makes me feel bored when i ve red the middle part it turns in again in a few last chapter I agree to middle rating, in Indonesia means, lumayanlah. bukan buku sampah of this book but i truly disagree when sumone gave only one star rating to this stuff Cari deh di tinjauan lain Huh You make me angry dude. pelit amat sih Gue nggak Hmmm I love surgery, it means. when a handy book ofhumanity and less cut of surgery was published. how can i resist Well. for being honest, it makes me feel bored when i v...

  9. says:

    Wow I loved this and I love Dr Gawande The first section is about how it is necessary for medical residents to learn how to do procedures on people, but how it s just as necessary to sort of glide over that fact with patients This was the most exciting part of the book because he went over his own early surgeries an...

  10. says:

    this was a very interesting book i liked his writing style, too it was farengaging than the stupid tree book isn t this author bio a bit sickening, though atul gawande, a 2006 macarthur fellow, is a general surgeon at the brigham and women s hospital in boston, a staff writer for the new yorker, an assistant professor at harvard medical school, and a frequent contributor to the new england journal of medicine gawande lives with his wife and three children in newton, massachusetts t this was a very interesting book i liked his writing style, too it was farengaging than the stupid tree book isn t this author bio a bit sickening, though atul gawande, a 2006 macarthur fellow, is a general surgeon at the brigham and women s hospital in boston, a staff writer for the new yorker, an assistant professor at harvard medical school, and a frequent contributor to the new england journal of medicine gawande lives with his wife and three children in newton, massachusetts the fact th...

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