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eBook Invasive Procedures: A Year in the World of Two Surgeons epub
  • ISBN: 0060151609
  • Author: Mark Kramer
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper & Row; 1st edition (1983)
  • Pages: 213 pages
  • ePUB size: 1895 kb
  • FB2 size 1561 kb
  • Formats mobi azw lit lrf


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Invasive Procedures: A Year in the World of Two Surgeons Paperback – 13 Dec 1984.

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Among the highlights: Kramer's visit to a surgical conference, where surgeons test an exhibitor's electric scalpels on raw steaks; Stearne's reiteration that ""you can justify at least three surgical procedures on anyone in America over the age of sixty-five""; reflections on terror in the hearts o. .

Among the highlights: Kramer's visit to a surgical conference, where surgeons test an exhibitor's electric scalpels on raw steaks; Stearne's reiteration that ""you can justify at least three surgical procedures on anyone in America over the age of sixty-five""; reflections on terror in the hearts of surgeons (""hidden, even from themselves""). The stereotypes of surgeons-""men of action,"" ""technically deft,"" ""impersonal""-are reasonably accurate, he concludes.

a year in the world of two surgeons. Published 1984 by Penguin Books in New York, . Surgeons, Surgery, Patients, Attitudes, Psychology, Practice, Biography, Protected DAISY, In library.

Mark Kramer "was the founding director of the Nieman Program on Narrative Journalism

Mark Kramer "was the founding director of the Nieman Program on Narrative Journalism. He has written articles for The Boston Globe, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, The Atlantic Monthly, Outside and other publications. His books include "Three Farms: Making Milk, Meat and Money from the American Soil," "Invasive Procedures: A Year in the World of Two Surgeons" and "Travels with a Hungry Bear: A Journey to the Russian Heartland. He was writer-in-residence and professor of journalism.

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. Dispossessed: Life in Our World's Urban Slums. The Pillars of the Earth. Telling True Stories: A Nonfiction Writers' Guide from the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University.

His books include "Invasive Procedures: A Year in the Life of Two Surgeons. He graduated from Brandeis University and received a master's degree in sociology from Columbia University. His previous marriage ended in divorce. His mother, Esther Kramer, owns the Remarkable Book Shop in Westport. His father, a founder of Bantam Books and a former president of New American Library, is a lawyer and the president of Mews Books, a literary agency in Westport. Continue reading the main story. It is a simple fact that there has never been a comparison made of the two operations by randomly performing one or the other on a single, well-defined population of patients. January 1986 · Anesthesiology. Halsted indeed demonstrated that radical mastectomy reduced the incidence of local recurrence in his patients as compared to that observed by other surgeons of that era, but to the best of my knowledge, he never presented information to indicate that the operation actually enhanced survival.

Kramer drew an example from his 1983 book Invasive Procedures: A Year in the World of Two Surgeons. I’m writing, and I’m writing fast, Kramer said, I’ve suddenly decoded the politics of the surgical staff. When asked what he tells interviewees who don’t end up being quoted in his stories, he replied, Not my problem.

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