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  • Treatment Kind and Fairby Perri Klass

    Basic Books 2008; US$ 22.00

    If you’ve ever sat on an examination table and wondered what is really going on in your doctor’s head, then this book is for you. New York Times contributor and beloved author Perri Klass addresses the primary issues in the life of any doctor and, by extension, the lives of those for whom they care. She explores the moral judgments of doctors, questions... more...

  • The Ritalin Fact Bookby Peter Breggin

    Da Capo Press 2009; US$ 20.00

    Known as the "Ralph Nader of psychiatry," Peter Breggin has been the medical expert in countless civil and criminal cases involving the use or misuse of psychoactive medications. This unusual position has given him unprecedented access to private pharmaceutical research and correspondence files, access that informs this straight-talking guide to the... more...

  • Hungerby Sharman Apt Russell

    Basic Books 2008; US$ 22.00

    Every day, we wake up hungry. Every day, we break our fast. Hunger is both a natural and an unnatural human condition. In Hunger , Sharman Apt Russell explores the range of this primal experience. Step by step, Russell takes us through the physiology of hunger, from eighteen hours without food to thirty-six hours to three days to seven days to thirty... more...

  • The Antidepressant Fact Bookby Peter Breggin

    Da Capo Press 2009; US$ 20.00

    Known as "the Ralph Nader of psychiatry," Dr. Peter Breggin has been the medical expert in countless court cases involving the use or misuse of psychoactive medications. This unusual position has given him unprecedented access to private pharmaceutical research and correspondence files, information from which informs this straight-talking guide to... more...

  • How Not to Be a Doctorby John Launer

    Gerald Duckworth & Co 2018; US$ 12.49

    How Not to Be A Doctor is a selection of essays by John Launer, doctor and medical columnist, on the practice and teaching of medicine. Taken together, they set out an argument that being a doctor a real doctor should mean being able to draw on every aspect of yourself, your interests, and your experiences, however remote these may seem from the... more...

  • The Public-private Health Care Stateby Rosemary A. Stevens

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 100.00

    The distinctive mixing and continuous remixing of public and private roles is a defining feature of health care in the United States. The Public-Private Health Care State explores the interweaving of public and private enterprise in health care in the United States as a basis for thinking about health care in terms of its history and its continuing... more...

  • Medical Devicesby Christa Altenstetter

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 57.95

    Medical devices are the bread and butter from which health care and clinical research are derived. Such devices are used for patient care, genetic testing, clinical trials, and experimental clinical investigations. Without medical devices, there is no clinical research or patient care. Without life-adjusting devices, there are no medical procedures... more...

  • Welfare Medicine in Americaby Rosemary A. Stevens

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 44.95

    The present study was undertaken for three reasons: Medicaid is a vital program-in the early 1970s it provided care for over one tenth of the American population. It is a huge program-in the same period it consumed over nine billion dollars of public funds. And Medicaid is, in many ways, the most direct involvement with the provision of medical care... more...

  • Time for Dyingby Graham McAleer

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 44.95

    This book has been written for those who must work with and give care to the dying. Our discussion is not simple narrative or description; it is a ""rendition of reality,"" informed by a rather densely woven and fairly abstract theoretical scheme. This scheme evolved gradually during the course of our research. The second audience for this volume is... more...

  • Transforming Healthcare with the Internet of Thingsby A. Ugon; B. Séroussi; C. Lovis

    IOS Press 2016; Not Available

    The current trend in health and social care systems is a shift from care provision to citizen-driven health. Only a few years ago, the high-tech devices used in healthcare were limited to health cards and personal portable devices. These have since evolved dramatically to include wearables, sensors and devices for measuring health values. The application... more...