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Collateral Damage

Author : Dan Walter
ISBN : 1456471600
Genre : True Crime
File Size : 90. 69 MB
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"A Bombshell..." “Outstanding and a must read for anyone over 40 or anyone who is contemplating surgery. A real eye opener to say the very least. I am on my third reading…”“Five Stars. This book is an on-target indictment of dangerous, unethical, and money-driven factions within our health care industry. Many ill patients receive quality care in America, but far too many are also victims of the dark heart that poisons American healthcare. Read it. It could save your life.” – Patient Safety America“It lays bare an example of the issue that lies at the base of our skyrocketing medical costs and our skyrocketing rates of medical harm. I think it is a bombshell.”“A gripping narrative… a good read…” – Brad Wright, Wright on Health“A brilliant expose´ of the current role of industry in rapid technological advance and its need for profit from its efforts. Dan Walter highlights the uncomfortable relationship that industry now has with the medical profession… an eloquent indictment of the health care mess.” – Brian Todd, Author, The Third Lion“Riveting… A fascinating story, and a very important one… “ – UKAPress.com“It is, simply put, a must read for anyone who truly cares about patients. I have learned much by seeing this unique viewpoint.” - Hypocafeinemia“A great story, a must read by all interventional cardiologists and electrophysiologists. This is a real life experience of a patient who underwent a electrophysiology study and ablation procedure for atrial fibrillation. It describes the how the procedure became a nightmare. Written in a most readable fashion. Interventional cardiologists need not get hurt by this narration instead they should do a reality check on the dangers of the some of the complex procedures.” - Dr. S. Venkatesan“I highly recommend this book. It is a well-written study of one person's experience at the hands of the most exalted research hospital in our country. I am a medical malpractice defense attorney. I read Mr. Walter's book because I wanted to hear a patient's viewpoint… Mr. Walter brilliantly tells the story of how one of the foremost teaching/research hospitals in the country practiced on his wife without disclosing that they were doing so. I was riveted, and ultimately ashamed of what is an all too common practice. I wish that all of the physicians at Johns Hopkins would read it, and realize that their patients are not research rats.” – Amazon.com Customer Reviews“This is a high-speed read. The torture this patient endured is vividly told not to mention the heartache – so beautifully described – of both. It is well researched and diligently narrated. As I read it, I can feel a number of emotions ranging from sadness, frustration, fear and then anger. I didn't know whether to blow a big whistle or just cry. The voice is both clear and compassionate. I love this book.” – Claire Stibbe, Author, Chasing Pharaohs“It is very difficult to adequately explain to patients the complexity of this procedure, the uncertainties regarding success and the myriad of complications that can occur. I will recommend this book to every patient considering this procedure from now on.”“Good Writing! Intriguing style.”“I am a practicing cardiologistwho did electrophysiology training. Your story is honest, true and a very apt and telling description of a horror story.”“I work at Hopkins and unfortunately have experienced a similar situation. Your voice is important. Thank you for publishing this. We need to look at ourselves and understand if we're really performing as the BEST hospital. We have a long way to go. Your story needs to be heard by all.”“My knees and hands were trembling as I read the already published nine chapters.”” … scared the *&#% out of me!"

Collateral Damage

Author : Paul R. Kimmel
ISBN : 0275988260
Genre : Political Science
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Fifteen psychologists team up to show how anti-terrorism efforts are harming American mental health, and may well be spurring stronger motivations for terrorists.

Collateral Damage

Author : Elisabeth Grace
ISBN : 9781987925005
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***THIS BOOK CAN BE READ AS A STANDALONE*** Now trending. Hollywood It Girl, Francesca Leon, has just landed the biggest role of her career…one that could clinch an Oscar nomination and open doors. If she’s going to move her career to the next level and work with top directors, she has to nail this part — and keep her sexy, but unreliable leading man from screwing everything up. Team Calder Bad boy Calder Fox is the son of Hollywood royalty and fresh out of rehab after his best friend’s death sent him on a downward spiral of drugs and alcohol. While his fans still love him and the paparazzi stalk him, he’s never taken life, or anything about his career, seriously. He may be charming and drop-dead gorgeous, but if he doesn’t stay sober, he could ruin Frankie’s future and expose her long-hidden family secret to the voracious media. Behind the scenes. Things heat up during filming and have the potential to become hotter, deeper, and much more real. But can Frankie trust Calder with her secret? Or is he doomed to sabotage his own happiness yet again? ONE-CLICK TODAY TO MEET HOLLYWOOD'S BAD BOY, CALDER FOX.

Adoption Combat Zone

Author : Kathe Ray
ISBN : 1732042608
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 51. 2 MB
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Adoption Combat Zone presents the reader with real life adoption experiences from more than 350 families, including the author. This is hard-hitting, adoption realism and a must-read for anyone considering adoption. Invaluable insights into adoption and hosting agencies, police and child protection services, and much more.

Bugsplat

Author : Bruce Cronin
ISBN : 9780190849122
Genre : Political Science
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Why do states who are committed to the principle of civilian immunity and the protection of non-combatants end up killing and injuring large numbers of civilians during their military operations? Bugsplat explains this paradox through an in-depth examination of five conflicts fought by Western powers since 1989. It argues that despite the efforts of Western military organizations to comply with the laws of armed conflict, the level of collateral damage produced by Western military operations is the inevitable outcome of the strategies and methods through which their military organizations fight wars. Drawing on their superior technology and the strategic advantage of not having to fight on their own territory, such states employ highly-concentrated and overwhelming military force against a wide variety of political, economic, and military targets under conditions likely to produce high civilian casualties. As a result, collateral damage in western-fought wars is largely both foreseeable and preventable. The book title is derived from the name of a computer program that had been used by the Pentagon to calculate probable civilian casualties prior to launching air attacks.

Collateral Damage

Author : Cynthia Peters
ISBN : 0896084221
Genre : Political Science
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Written during and after the Persian Gulf War, this anthology includes original research and in-depth analysis of U.S. foreign policy and its domestic repercussions. The contributors look at the war abroad and at home, addressing race, gender, geo-politics, ecology, economics, and the movement for peace and justice.

Soldier S Heart

Author : Carol Tyler
ISBN : 1606995480
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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A single mother attempts to uncover and re-tell her father's experiences as a soldier in World War II while reconciling her relationship with him as well as her personal life.

Procedures In Cosmetic Dermatology Series Treatment Of Leg Veins E Book

Author : Murad Alam
ISBN : 9781437736175
Genre : Medical
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Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series: Treatment of Leg Veins by Murad Alam, MD and Sirunya Silapunt, MD, offers practical, step-by-step visual guidance as well as expert hints and tips for performing a full range of cosmetic procedures including ambulatory phlebectomy, sclerotherapy, foam sclerotherapy, and laser surgery. Edited by the foremost pioneers in the field, this edition provides coverage of timely topics and advancements and includes new chapters on ultrasound techniques and compression. Case studies with more "before and after" clinical photographs depict cases as they present in practice and enables you to immediately implement the newest surgical procedures into your practice. Optimize outcomes and improve your technique with guidance about common pitfalls and "tricks of the trade" from practically minded, technically skilled, hands-on clinicians. Implement the newest surgical procedures into your practice with the guidance of an expanded, comprehensive collection of techniques. Stay current with the emerging topics and newest developments in cosmetic surgery. New chapters cover the latest ultrasound-guided procedures and compression techniques. See things as they appear in practice thanks to an abundance of color illustrations and case studies, including more "before and after" clinical photographs.

Collateral Damage

Author : Sharon Lynn Nichols
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123347283
Genre : Education
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For more than a decade, the debate over high-stakes testing has dominated the field of education. This passionate and provocative book provides a fresh perspective on the issue and powerful ammunition for opponents of high-stakes tests.Drawing on their extensive research, Nichols and Berliner document and categorize the ways that high-stakes testing threatens the purposes and ideals of the American education system. Their analysis is grounded in the application of Campbells Law, which posits that the greater the social consequences associated with a quantitative indicator (such as test scores), the more likely it is that the indicator itself will become corruptedand the more likely it is that the use of the indicator will corrupt the social processes it was intended to monitor.Nichols and Berliner illustrate both aspects of this corruption, showing how the pressures of high-stakes testing erode the validity of test scores and distort the integrity of the education system. Their analysis provides a coherent and comprehensive intellectual framework for the wide-ranging arguments against high-stakes testing, while putting a compelling human face on the data marshalled in support of those arguments.

The Book Of Jonas

Author : Stephen Dau
ISBN : 9781101561058
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 86. 87 MB
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An exceptional debut novel about a young Muslim war orphan whose family is killed in a military operation gone wrong, and the American soldier to whom his fate, and survival, is bound. Jonas is fifteen when his family is killed during an errant U.S. military operation in an unnamed Muslim country. With the help of an international relief organization, he is sent to America, where he struggles to assimilate-foster family, school, a first love. Eventually, he tells a court-mandated counselor and therapist about a U.S. soldier, Christopher Henderson, responsible for saving his life on the tragic night in question. Christopher's mother, Rose, has dedicated her life to finding out what really happened to her son, who disappeared after the raid in which Jonas' village was destroyed. When Jonas meets Rose, a shocking and painful secret gradually surfaces from the past, and builds to a shattering conclusion that haunts long after the final page. Told in spare, evocative prose, The Book of Jonas is about memory, about the terrible choices made during war, and about what happens when foreign disaster appears at our own doorstep. It is a rare and virtuosic novel from an exciting new writer to watch.

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