Book Reviews of The Medicine of ER: Or, How We Almost Die

The Medicine of ER: Or, How We Almost Die
The Medicine of ER Or How We Almost Die
Author: Alan Duncan Ross, Harlan Gibbs
ISBN-13: 9780060977320
ISBN-10: 0060977329
Publication Date: 10/1997
Pages: 240
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Perennial
Book Type: Paperback
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If you're a fan of the show ER and are into medical stuff, you might enjoy this book. I LOVED it. But then, I LOVE ER and medical stuff.
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If you are a fan of the show, you will love this audio. It was so great listening to this and saying, Hey, I remember that show! Oh, this was one of my favorites! And they did cover one of the favorites of most fans, the show when Mark Greene delivers that baby in the ER when no one from L&D would come (?? never made sense, and the authors agree) and so unexpectedly, the mother dies. They really cover just what is realistic about the show, and what isn't, and really, many of these things you will probably recall saying, "Huh? Now would they really do that in an ER?" And usually, the answer is no. And, remember the shows where George Clooney saves the boy drowning in the sewer? They are covered, too. Highly recommend this book!
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The book on two cassettes, the medicine of ER --or, how we almost die. Haven't heard, still in shrinkwrap.