FIVE PATIENTS ... The Hospital Explained by Michael Crichton, Alfred A. Knopf publishers, 1970 book club edition.
Red cloth pictorial hard cover, gold spine lettering, Foreword, Acknowledgements, Afterword, Glossary, Bibliography,
239 deckled pages. Non-Fiction
Five patients, five actual cases of men and women in urgent need of medical help rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital----To witness their treatment, the reader is taken into the receiving room, into the emergency ward, into the operating theater, on surgical rounds, into private rooms, and wards, as every kind of diagnostic or therapeutic equipment is put into action, as residents, interns, and senior staff diagnose, consult with each other, prescribe, and treat the cases of---the five patients.
---Book is clean, tightly bound with no writing, stamps, or torn pages. Dust jacket has light cover wear, no chipping or tears.
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