Pupils

An Eye Opening Account of Medical Practice Without Standards

Bernard Sussman

 
Date Published :
April 2016
Publisher :
Bartleby Press
Language:
English
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9780910155496
Pages : 208
Dimensions : 9 X 6 inches
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Overview
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In a time when standards are being applied to everything from the manufacture of your car to the management of your investment portfolio, it is hard to imagine that your health and well-being are in the hands of men and women who follow no professional, accepted standards.

This book will open your eyes to the risks you take as a patient while your doctors, quite free to act entirely on their individual discretion, administer to your medical and surgical needs. It will open your eyes to how doctors, either through arrogance, carelessness, or indifference, feel they can act with impunity.

Dr. Bernard J. Sussman, a professor of neurosurgery, passionately argues that implementing standards for the medical profession will prevent the dire consequences of reckless and negligent medical practices. Such standards will assure patients the high level of medical care which Sussman insists we all deserve.

About The Author
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Bernard Sussman is a neurological surgeon with special training and long clinical experience in electroencephalography, the interpretation of brain waves. As a professor and medical researcher, he has authored many well-regarded scientific articles. He is a pioneer in the treatment of stroke and herniated discs with enzyme therapy. This is his first novel. Sussman recently completed another novel about obsessive compulsive disorder and a non-fiction work about medical standards in healthcare delivery.With his wife, Dr. Clare Stein, he lives in Washington, D.C.

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