The Dressing Station: A Surgeon's Odyssey

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Picador, 2001 - Medicine, Military - 407 pages
The Dressing Station is a book from the medical front line which shatters any preconceptions we may have about the nature of surgery. Kaplan describes what its like to face pain and death on a regular basis and plunges the reader into the frenetic world of the operating theatre.

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Part travel writing, part confession, part reporting and part dissection of different aspects of the medical profession, Dr Kaplan's book is a whirlwind tour from one intense crisis spot to another ... Read full review

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