A prominent politician, and close friend of the Prime Minister, has died during routine heart surgery. Is this simply a case of extreme medical negligence or are more complex events unfolding?
The year is 2030.
Advanced robotic systems are commonly utilised for surgery in the National Health Service. Mortality and complication rates are non-existent, even in operations that were once considered perilous.
Join Professor Daniyaal Ashraf, a prominent surgeon, as he teams up with the General Medical Council, Scotland Yard and GCHQ to stop the culprit, before more innocent lives come to harm. His fast paced journey will take you through a maze of medical fiction ground in scientific reality, leading to the inevitable debate about the future of medicine and the National Health Service.
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THE SIX FRIENDS WE MEET IN LIFE
What is the secret to a life of happiness, purpose and contentment?
It is an eternal question which can take a lifetime to understand.
Join young Eko as he embarks on a fantastic and mesmerising journey to find the answer. On the way he travels through enchanting cities, foreboding jungles and treacherous mountains to meet six people who will change his life, in an amazing story that will inspire both children and adults alike.
INTRAVITREAL INJECTIONS: A HANDBOOK FOR OPHTHALMIC NURSE PRACTITIONERS AND TRAINEE OPHTHALMOLOGISTS
Intravitreal injections (injections into the eye) are a new form of treatment for various conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease and vascular eye problems. This book is an easy to carry handbook detailing all that an ophthalmic nurse practitioner needs to know about performing the procedure safely and efficiently.
REFRACTION AND RETINOSCOPY: HOW TO PASS THE REFRACTION CERTIFICATE
In order to become a Consultant Ophthalmologist it is necessary to learn the skill of refraction and retinoscopy which requires a great deal of skill and practice. This full-colour, comprehensive revision guide has been specifically tailored for candidates of the mandatory Refraction Certificate Examination assessed by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.