Life In The Deadly World of Medicine Joseph T. McFadden

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Life In The Deadly World of Medicine  by  Joseph T. McFadden

Life In The Deadly World of Medicine by Joseph T. McFadden
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Retired neurosurgeon, Joseph T. McFadden, M.D. F.A.C.S., has written an experiential litany of treatment gone wrong, misread X-rays, incorrect reporting, misuse of drugs, faulty anesthesia, mistakes with gases and blood transfusions, hospitalMoreRetired neurosurgeon, Joseph T. McFadden, M.D. F.A.C.S., has written an experiential litany of treatment gone wrong, misread X-rays, incorrect reporting, misuse of drugs, faulty anesthesia, mistakes with gases and blood transfusions, hospital acquired infections, and other misadventures.

This latest release (November 2, 2009, Booksurge Publishing) is full of case studies featuring real life tragedies, omitting the names of victims. Many of these stories include terrible tales of patients who either died (100,000 to 300,000 preventable deaths per year), or were horribly maimed, injured, and forever left disabled or deformed.In his first non-fiction release, Dr.

McFadden brings to the light many of the issues surrounding our modern healthcare system. Life in the Deadly World of Medicine is not conjecture or opinion, it is filled with facts figures and statistics meant to bring information to the public in order to educate and inform- and to ultimately protect ones self from becoming another fatal statistic.Life in The Deadly World of Medicine is a guide to the wealth of information available to all people in the 21st century. Armed with this knowledge patients and guardian become empowered to fight back. Blame placing will not change the fatal flaws of this gigantic system: the insurance industry, the hospital industry, and the drug companies riding on the shoulders of the medical profession.The book also explains how the original HMOs were born out of concern for the employees of companies or other groups of people and served patients well as nonprofit organizations until they were taken over by private ownership and the insurance industry.What the reader can expect to learn:Who are your best advocates and what you can do to ensure your safetyWhat questions to ask about any advised or planned procedureWhy bad things happen to good peopleWhere to look for possible problemsHow to prevent common medical errors by being an informed advocate



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