This book contains true stories about patient care, and treatments in a variety of Healthcare settings. The disease process is illuminated with details about the causes of diseases. The book chronicles real patients describing their symptoms and how they were cured. The knowledge gained by the reader could save his life, or the life of someone he loves. Learn how to manipulate Doctors and Hospital administrators to ensure the best care possible, at the lowest price. Read about the real people, how they and the family handle the final moments. Learn the secrets of life and death from people who have returned. Hear their stories, full of lively interaction and humor with the Hospital professionals. You can even learn how to get free services, if that's what you need. The author worked as a registered nurse for twenty years, and handled every job from a Flight Nurse, E.R., I.C.U. Surgical floor, and Nursing Home. You'll share the tense drama of CODES, full of screaming pain, grinding bones, and panic. If you've ever wondered what really goes on in a hospital, this is your ticket to adventure. What are the Doctors thinking; what do they keep from their patients? You will not believe your eyes as the truth is detailed in whistle blower fashion. What do nurses really say about their patients, when they're in the report room? Do they really care? What diseases do you really have to worry about; which ones can be cured, and how are they cured? How can you avoid getting sick to begin with? How can you avoid uneccessary surgery? What tests are risky? Are you paying for procedures that are uneccessary? What is the psychology of diseases? Can diseases be caused by depression? What drugs are overpriced? What drugs are ineffective? How fraudulent are some of the treatments? You can find out, now, all is revealed.
The author is a healthy, happy, adventure seeking man. Knowledge is power. Learning about Good Health can help a person achieve a healthy, happy life. Working in a high pressure setting, hospitals full of tense, pumped up adrenaline, the author was quite a character, though, continually making up jokes to ease the stress and pressures of the job for the amusement of his patients and collegues. This book will have you laughing, crying, and it even might make you angry as you learn about the real corruption and fraud at our hospitals. You won't be able to put this book down.