This darkly humorous fictional debut concerns the plight of Werner Ernst, a second-year medical resident, and the dilemmas he confronts in caring for patients in the intensive care unit of a major metropolitan hospital. The novel captures the terrible isolation of a young doctor wrestling with his conscience.
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Critical careUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This novel moves between the extremely vivid realities of a hospital's intensive care unit to the surreal dreaming of terminally ill patients. It describes the hospital setting from the viewpoint of a ... Read full review
Review: Critical Care: A NovelUser Review - Garland McQuinn - Goodreads
This book could be "The House Of God" for my generation. Wickedly funny, but I'm not sure I would recommend this to anyone who isn't familiar with critical care medicine. Most of the book could sound ... Read full review