Hurt: The Inspiring, Untold Story of Trauma Care

[Catherine Musemeche MD] ✓ Hurt: The Inspiring, Untold Story of Trauma Care ✓ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Hurt: The Inspiring, Untold Story of Trauma Care Interesting Book! Holly Flora Hurt is a book that explains more of what being a trauma surgeon is really like. Even though this is a book that explains in detail about certain accidents or traumas, its not filled with blood and gore which is perfect for someone who wants to learn more about the topic without being totally grossed out. My only problem with this book is the fact it would start a personal story, then interru. Ruthie said Entertaining and enlightening!. Hurt is so much more than th

Hurt: The Inspiring, Untold Story of Trauma Care

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Rating : 4.62 (739 Votes)
Asin : 1611687969
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 268 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-03-22
Language : English

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Interesting Book! Holly Flora Hurt is a book that explains more of what being a trauma surgeon is really like. Even though this is a book that explains in detail about certain accidents or traumas, it's not filled with blood and gore which is perfect for someone who wants to learn more about the topic without being totally grossed out. My only problem with this book is the fact it would start a personal story, then interru. Ruthie said Entertaining and enlightening!. Hurt is so much more than the typical non-fictional account of trauma care. Divided into three parts (Transport, Treatment, and Post-Trauma), Hurt is well written and fast paced and covers a lot of historical ground and shows how that history has shaped so many aspects of the medical industry. I’ve always had a non-professional fascination with healthcare, so reading Hurt has been both e. StoreyBook Reviews said We learn from the past and perfect the future with knowledge. Educational and Entertaining - two things you may not expect to find in a non fiction book about Trauma Care. Or maybe you would. The information is presented in such a way that it kept me interested from start to finish.While I know that medical care has come a long way, I never really thought about how traumas are handled in hospitals, or even out in the field. There were so many doctors tha

None of this happened on its own.Told through the eyes of a surgeon who has flown on rescue helicopters, resuscitated patients in trauma centers in Houston and Chicago, and operated on hundreds of trauma victims of all ages, Hurt takes us on a tour of the advancements in injury treatment from the battlefields of the Civil War to the state-of-the-art trauma centers of today.. Trauma is a disease of epidemic proportions that preys on the young, killing more Americans up to age thirty-seven than all other afflictions combined. Every year an estimated 2.8 million people are hospitalized for injuries and more than 180,000 people die.We take for granted that no matter how or where we are injured, someone will call 911 and trained first responders will show up to insert IVs, stop the bleeding, and swiftly deliver us to a hospital staffed by doctors and nurses with the expertise necessary to save our lives

“Musemeche’s fast-paced medical history mixes the gritty reality of treating life-threatening injuries—including her own heart-pounding experiences as surgeon—with an unfettered optimism about what trauma care can now promise: an assurance that most people will survive even a devastating injury.”—Publishers Weekly

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