Life in the Deadly World of Medicine

Life in the Deadly World of Medicine To empower the patient and counter the fatal flaws of the gigantic medical system of the USA the author s first nonfiction work brings to the reader an inside picture of its failures and successes Ca

  • Title: Life in the Deadly World of Medicine
  • Author: Joseph T. McFadden
  • ISBN: 9781439209554
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • To empower the patient and counter the fatal flaws of the gigantic medical system of the USA, the author s first nonfiction work brings to the reader an inside picture of its failures and successes Can the per year preventable death rate of 100, 000 to 300.000, and perhaps even higher, be correct Maybe not, but regardless of the degree of accuracy the numbers do reveal tTo empower the patient and counter the fatal flaws of the gigantic medical system of the USA, the author s first nonfiction work brings to the reader an inside picture of its failures and successes Can the per year preventable death rate of 100, 000 to 300.000, and perhaps even higher, be correct Maybe not, but regardless of the degree of accuracy the numbers do reveal the existence of an out of hand problem in need of control The medical personnel, the drug industry, the hospital industry, and the insurance companies have not been able to remedy the faults On the contrary, each of these fields may perform to perfection and still leave a void where no one is in charge of the patient Only the patients and their families or guardians, using the wealth of information available to everyone here in the early twenty first century, can put an end to this deadly situation

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      Published :2018-09-17T04:18:33+00:00

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    1. Excellent go-to guide for families on how they can advocate for a safer hospital stay. Also a great reminder for current hospital staff on the importance of stopping to take the time to THINK before we act.

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