Baby ER: The Heroic Doctors and Nurses Who Perform Medicine's Tinies Miracles

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Simon and Schuster, May 19, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 336 pages
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"Tells the story of wonder and hope that lies at medicine's cutting edge, where extraordinary healers and extraordinary patients come together to make miracles in an place where lives are held, literally, in the palms of doctors' hands. For the parents of sick and premature babies, some weighing less than a pound and no bigger than a can of cola, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, the "Baby ER", is their one bastion of hope during the most terrifying moments of their lives, when their children's very survival hangs in the balance."--Jacket.

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Babies. Tiny babies. Babies small enough to fit in your hand. Babies born to cocaine-using mothers. Babies born suddenly, too soon for the mother to schedule an abortion. Babies born in multiples, all ... Read full review

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EL Dr. Richard S. Beaser es un muy reconocido autor de libros, conferencista y médico clínico especializado en diabetes, así cómo director del Comité de Educaci&#ón del Paciente del Centro Joslin para la Diabetes de Boston y profesor clínico asistente de medicina en la Escuela de Medicina de Harvard. Vive en Newton, Massachusetts.

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