The week-by-week diary of a young doctor during his year of hospital internship. Frank, sometimes shocking, and completely honest, it is the first inside account of modern medical and hospital practice that has ever been presented to the American public. Intern gives the reader a gripping picture of hospital routine, of treh exhaustion that round the clock dury inflicts, of teh conflicts, incredible blunders, frantic improvisations, heroic efforts that occur every day.......This is an unprecendented document. Every event is completely true; only actual names and places have been concealed to protect the privacy of the individuals involved.
Specifications of Intern
|Author||Doctor X, (Alan E. Nourse)|
|Number Of Pages||404|
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