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.
“the richly imagined world of the novel is a place that hearkens both to a placid past and the unrelenting advent of a furious future” – The Doctor Reads (read full review here)
“imagines the shape healthcare might take in the years ahead and explores the profound ethical questions that advances in medicine will provoke worldwide” – Asian Books Blog
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.
FUNDAMENTALS OF OPHTHALMIC PRACTICE: A GUIDE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS, OPHTHALMOLOGY TRAINEES, NURSES, ORTHOPTISTS AND OPTOMETRISTS
Fundamentals of Ophthalmic Practice is written for new trainees and advanced practitioners in ophthalmology, to help provide a foundation of knowledge to build on. The aim of this book is to shorten the learning curve for people new to ophthalmology, particularly with relation to the skills and interpretation of key investigations used on a daily basis in ophthalmology clinics. The book covers contemporary technology and procedures in ophthalmology in a succinct manner, with emphasis on providing practical information needed for people new to the specialty. The handbook collates information from the authors’ personal experience, technical manuals for devices and curriculum information in a single concise source to act as a single point of reference for starting out in ophthalmology.
Available now on Amazon in all formats
FUNDAMENTALS OF GLAUCOMA: A GUIDE FOR OPHTHALMIC NURSE PRACTITIONERS, OPTOMETRISTS AND ORTHOPTISTS
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide. Robust screening alongside early diagnosis and prompt management is essential for preserving vision. Advanced ophthalmic nurse practitioners, optometrists and orthoptists are increasingly becoming part of a multi-disciplinary team approach that is designed to provide the best outcomes for our patients.
This full-colour book has been written by experienced ophthalmologists and optometrists, and details all that a practitioner needs to know about the condition. It will also serve as a useful reference for junior ophthalmic trainees and medical students.
FUNDAMENTALS OF INTRAVITREAL INJECTIONS: A GUIDE FOR OPHTHALMIC NURSE PRACTITIONERS AND ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Intravitreal Injections are now standard treatment for various ocular conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusions. Ophthalmic nurse practitioners and allied health professionals are increasingly becoming invaluable team members for delivering these injections, particularly as the clinical demand increases.
This full-colour handbook details all that a practitioner needs to know about safely performing the procedure. It will also be a useful reference for junior ophthalmic trainees.
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INTRAVITREAL INJECTIONS: A HANDBOOK FOR OPHTHALMIC NURSE PRACTITIONERS AND TRAINEE OPHTHALMOLOGISTS
Now out of print
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.