Friday, 13 March 2020

#4/2020 Admissions: Life as a Brain Surgeon




‘Admissions’ are filled with insightful comments of an experienced British brain surgeon as he approaches the end of his professional career. Having worked in completely different counties such as Nepal or the Ukraine, he has seen both the best and the worst practices. His reflections on the current state of medicine and his past are strikingly honest. I found his comments of handling worst cases where patients are either dying (and not always aware of it ), or face serious and lasting consequences of surgery such as loss of eyesight or loss of... personality due to severe brain damage.

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