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Engels | Druk: 1 | Paperback | 9781501338175
Boek cover Doctor van Dr. Andrew Bomback (Paperback)
Object Lessons
Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. A 3-year-old asks her physician father about his job, and his inability to provide a succinct and accurate answer inspires a critical look at the profession of modern medicine. In sorting through how patients, insurance companies, advertising agencies, filmmakers, and comedians misconstrue a doctor's role, Andrew Bomback, M.D., realizes that even doctors struggle to define their profession. As the author attempts to unravel how much of doctoring is role-playing, artifice, and...
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Engels | E-book | 9780323641388
Boek cover Renal Involvement in Rheumatic Diseases , An Issue of Rheumatic Disease Clinics of North America van Andrew S. Bomback (Onbekend)
This issue of Rheumatic Disease Clinics, guest edited by Drs. Andrew Bomback and Meghan Sise, will cover several key aspects of Renal Involvement in Rheumatic Diseases. The Consulting Editor for the series is Dr. Michael Weisman. The topics discussed in the issue will include: ANCA, Lupus GN, proliferative and non-proliferative, Renal manifestations of RA, Secondary amyloidosis, Nephrotoxicity of select rheumatology drugs, Acute and chronic TI nephritis, rheumatology etiologies, TMAs with rheum etiologies, Anti-GBM, Autoimmune manifestations of viral infections, and Renal manifestations of...
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Engels | E-book | 9780262370813
Boek cover Long Days, Short Years van Andrew Bomback (Onbekend)
A Cultural History of Modern Parenting
How parenting became a verb, from Dr. Spock and June Cleaver to baby whispering and free-range kids. When did “parenting” become a verb? Why is it so hard to parent, and so rife with the possibility of failure? Sitcom families of the past—the Cleavers, the Bradys, the Conners—didn’t seem to lose any sleep about their parenting methods. Today, parents are likely to be up late, doomscrolling on parenting websites. In Long Days, Short Years, Andrew Bomback—physician, writer, and father of three young children—looks at why it can be so much fun to be a parent but, at the same...
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