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The Final Diagnosis [Reading] ➼ The Final Diagnosis By Arthur Hailey – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Librarian's note An alternate cover edition can be found hereAll the drama color and explosive action of HotelThe whole fascinating story of a great hospital where life begins and life endsBIRTH A yel Librarian's note An alternate cover edition can be found hereAll the drama color and explosive action of HotelThe whole fascinating story of a great hospital where life begins and life endsBIRTH A yellow baby Get the operating room set up for a total transfusion EMERGENCY The nurse's urgent voice on the phone Doctor You patient is hemorrhagingLOVE The hurried embrace in a linen closetSURGERY Scalpel slices Blood spurts Diagnosis correct Hemostat hemostat uickAUTOPSY The The Final PDF/EPUB ² cadaver opened from sternum to pubic bone Doctor The nurse faintedThe dramatic techniues of modern medicine the crucial intimate scenes inside a big hospital.


10 thoughts on “The Final Diagnosis

  1. W W says:

    It was still early days in Hailey's writing career and his big blockbusters were yet to come This one is about the inner workings of a hospital The medical research is certainly dated but the major issues of medical ethics and accountability of doctors for wrong decisions are as relevant today as everDoctors can make errors which can have catastrophic conseuences for patients Just such an ageingobstinate doctor is at the centre of the action It isn't Hailey's most compelling book but is still a solid medical thriller I read it a long time before watching endless episodes of Grey's Anatomy With a few tweaks here and therethis could actually make for an interesting episode of a TV medical show


  2. Vishnupriya Vishnupriya says:

    I'm simply loving this one Unable to put down the book Once you are in to it you are hooked and the impact is great This book definitely is different from what i have used to read until now Not the traditional thriller fiction types It's always been one of my Dad's highly recommended books to me and for some strange reason i had only kept postponing and now i only wish i had not i recommend one to read to know what it takes to run the show in a hospital and you get a perspective on things at the back end What we get to see is the doctors nurses few admin clerical ppl but what it is like behind the scenes is truly a revelation at least to me I have honestly never thought about hospital administration and politics that might be involved Overall a good read


  3. Maria Velb Maria Velb says:

    reading Arthur Hailey is like swimming in a pool full of pleasant water His books don't make you think they make you feel After reading you have pocketful of emotions and new knowledge The Final Diagnosis is the best way to chill out after a hard day or to escape to the world full of other people's troubles and worries from your own This book shows some aspects of a chief job those aspects that sometimes hidden in a bunch of money and power


  4. Akshay S Dinesh Akshay S Dinesh says:

    Beautiful The duration of the story is short but the author has gone out to give life history of all the main characters Captivating As a medical student there were so many things I could relate to and I'm sure when I become a doctor the number will only increase Touching I had tears in my eyes twiceAbove all this book is a great lesson in understanding people and their actions


  5. Raksha Bhat Raksha Bhat says:

    Being a doctor myself who works with the laboratories in the hospitals there was not one thing I could not relate to with the issues that happen in the storyA point for Dr Pearson's advice to Dr Coleman in the end very practical stuff However it is very medically written therefore not everyone may get the flow


  6. Lilium Lilium says:

    This was an extremely easy book to read and yes medical facts in here are outdated but the theme and human relationships are universal This is not a type of book that thesis and essays will be based but still it will somehow always find a way to a reader It's a pretty lighthearted book despite it deals with sickness and deaths at least for me it was And although I'm not really completely head over heels mad for the book I think it's really good and it gave me a couple of enjoyable hours of reading


  7. Purbali Purbali says:

    Another medical fiction beautifully writtenThe final diagnosis takes the reader on the journey of the lives inside the hospitals which include not only the doctors but also the nurses technicians and the administrative staffSet in a timewhich in comparison to the present day medical field can be called outdated yet it portrays very vividly of what goes on in a hospital the truckload of work involved and the struggle of the patients as well as the doctorsThe book i found primarily focused on the need to be updated in case of medicine and being a medico myself i second this thought The title remains justified as back then THE FINAL DIAGNOSIS was given by the pathology department and any error on their part could cause havoc in a perfectly normal prognosis something which could have been handled in a better way ensuring survival or protection of the patientsThe various characters through their own parts reinforce the dignity and the responsibility which the people of the medical field ought to have Though medicine has advanced a lot yet the politics superiority complex of the seniors or experienced the incapability to adapt to the changes outside or in their domain still remainstill the day something unfortunate happensTruly a page turner with many medical procedures written in a way that is easily understood even by the lay people with a dignified ending which couldn't have been anything else with an intact conscience which a doctor should have


  8. VijayaRaghavan S N VijayaRaghavan S N says:

    With the amount of hype with which I started reading this book I thought I would never keep down this book But instead I found it hard to take the book again and turn the pages to the page I read last and then continue reading So I asked the people who instilled this false hype in me whether they read this particular book And then I came to know the bizarre truth They haven't read this particular book but they have read another one of the same authorThe books starts at a snail's pace I thought it couldn't get any worse I was proved right But the book didn't pick up pace once there was a clear view on where this story is heading It might have shifted from first to the second gear and huffed and puffed till the endThere are a lot of medical terms that a layman isn't aware of But to a large extent Mr Hailey took the pain to explain most of it So you wouldn't feel completely at sea Because of all these unknown medical terms I felt like I was reading the book version of the popular series Dr House but with less humor less sarcasm and less lot of other good ualitiesI don't know what else I should include here because this plot has a potential to strike gold but the author spurned the chance Goodreads should seriously consider providing users with the option to give half a star This deserved a 35 stars and since there was no option I had to give 3 stars it wasn't a sort of book which one would give 4 stars even though it's worth only 35


  9. Anupama Anupama says:

    Right and wrong are fuzzy in the field of medicine How lives can be made or shattered by a single decision How much can depend on a single test How dramatic the conseuences of one diagnosis can beA story through the lens of a pathology lab this had me riveted We don't uite value pathologists enough always reserving our praise for the kind physicians and fancy surgeons This should change A great read


  10. Jagadish Pai Jagadish Pai says:

    Gripping NovelFast paced story with extremely interesting characters woven into realistic episodes Descriptions are so vivid one can actually visualise things happening in front of your eyes Author must have done a lot of research Highly enjoyable book with a feel good factor


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