6 edition of To do no harm found in the catalog.
|Statement||Roberta J. Apfel, Susan M. Fisher.|
|Contributions||Fisher, Susan M., 1937-|
|LC Classifications||RA1242.D48 A64 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||84005089|
The expression "first do no harm," which is a Latin phrase, is not part of the original or modern versions of the Hippocratic oath, which was originally written in Greek. The Hippocratic oath, written in the 5th century BCE, does contain language suggesting that the physician and his assistants should not cause physical or moral harm to a patient. Do no harm Loved the book. His honestly and sincerity come through. As a doctor myself I share his frustration and the joy of treating patients. Bravo!!! Lmhemp6, 01/17/ Incredible Incredible book with powerful insights. Henry Marsh tells of his career which is so wonderfully, beautifully tragic/5().
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DO NO HARM offers an unforgettable insight into the highs and lows of a life dedicated to operating on the human brain, in all its exquisite complexity. With astonishing candour and compassion, Henry Marsh reveals the exhilarating drama of surgery, the chaos and confusion of a busy modern hospital, and above all the need for hope when faced /5(K). This book exists only because tens of thousands of people have taken up and contributed to the concepts, ideas, techniques, and tools of Do No Harm. Do No Harm has been circulating around the NGO and international communities for 20 years. The changes in practice and policy from the early days are immense.
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Im thinking whoever wrote that only read half the book. English neurosurgeon Henry Marsh does write beautifully about brain surgery/5.
I do believe this is the first time I have actively considered the end rating as I was reading but this was the kind of book that required such thinking. Do No Harm is all about neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, his patients, their outcomes and how the British health care system would frequently get Cited by: 6.
Do No Harm is a brilliant To do no harm book for anyone remotely interested in brain science. The book will force you to think of neurosurgeons as normal human beings, who despite their best intentions, can sometimes screw up/5(K).
Dr. Marsh would become one of Britain’s foremost neurosurgeons, and in this unflinching book, “Do No Harm,” he gives us an extraordinarily intimate, compassionate and sometimes frightening.
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Longlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction. Do No Harm is an utterly captivating thriller that is certainly going on my favorite reads for list.
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A good novel must start with a hook and this book certainly does/5. Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery review – 'a bloody, splendid book' Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh has written a brutally honest account of his work – Author: Euan Ferguson.
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Nettled by several errors in Heavner’s analysis, and even more by her willingness to share the gory details at a press conference, Tempe launches her own investigation, which Author: Max Allan Collins. Do No Harm provides unforgettable insight into the countless human dramas that take place in a busy modern hospital.
Above all, it is a lesson in the need for hope when faced with life's most difficult decisions. So you can’t tell ahead of time whether a test or treatment will “do no harm.” Your diagnosis is serious — for example, an inoperable cancer — and treatment can only cause harm.
Here, the “first, do no harm” mandate is irrelevant again. The only reasonable course of care is to offer comfort, support, and relief of suffering. Do No Harm is the latest mystery in the Nathan Heller series by New York Times bestselling author Max Allan Collins.
It's and Heller takes on the Sam Sheppard case--a young doctor is startled from sleep and discovers his wife brutally murdered/5. Start studying First, Do No Harm Study Review.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. First, Do No Harm is a real-life dramatization of the routine ethical dilemmas that healthcare professionals, patients and their relatives face on a day-to-day basis. The book reads like a novel, but author and New York Times writer Lisa Belkin maintains that every event in the book is true.
First, Do No Harm Lisa Belkin Simon & Schuster, New York Citypp., $ Houston's Hermann Hospital, a tertiary care hospital that attracts the critically ill and injured, has limited funding for patients whose care is uncompensated. Consequently, care providers in the hospital face many hard treatment decisions.
Start studying First, Do No Harm Characters Summary. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Do No Harm is an American medical drama television series that aired on NBC from January 31 through September 7, The network placed a series order in May On NovemNBC reduced its episode order for the series from 13 to 12 episodes, due to scheduling conflicts (13 episodes were produced and eventually aired).
On February 8,it was No. of episodes: 13 (list of episodes). The Barnes & Noble Review Gregg Andrew Hurwitz's first two novels, The Tower and Minutes to Burn, established him as a rising star among thriller Do No Harm, Hurwitz makes an impressive entry into the crowded field of medical suspense, delivering a fast-paced, often frightening story that will appeal to fans of Robin Cook, Michael Palmer, and Tess Gerritsen.
Do No Harm offers an unforgettable insight into the highs and lows of a life dedicated to operating on the human brain, in all its exquisite complexity. With astonishing candour and compassion, Henry Marsh reveals the exhilarating drama of surgery, the chaos and confusion of a busy modern hospital, and above all the need for hope when faced 5/5(14).
Do No Harm Max Allan Collins. Forge, $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. ARTICLES Buy this book. MWA Grand Master Collins’s Zelig. "Do No Harm is a fascinating look into the reality of life as a neurosurgeon. The personal patient stories are gripping, providing the public with an incredibly candid look into the imperfections and perfections of a dedicated neurosurgeon.
In Do No Harm, Dr. Marsh takes the reader into deep into a world of life, death, and everything in /5(5).Do No Harm provides interesting, educational, terrifying, and honest insights into neurosurgery, the patients that undergo the surgery, Britain's National Health Service, and the author himself.
Each chapter deals with a different condition - pineocytoma, meningioma, anaesthesia dolorosa, hubris - in which Mr. Marsh recounts his successes.