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National Museum of Health & Medicine Guide to the Collections 2009 By Michael Rhode
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An overview of the holdings of the five main departments of the National Museum of Health and Medicine (previously the Army Medical Museum and the Armed Forces Medical Museum), located around... More > Washington, DC. Includes a basic listing of the major collections in the archives, anatomical, historical, neuroanatomical and embryological departments. A record will look like this sample: OHA 25 Curatorial Records: Smithsonian Correspondence, 1867-1887 .5 cubic foot, 1 box. Finding aid available, arranged, inactive, unrestricted. Incoming correspondence, mostly from Smithsonian Secretaries Joseph Henry and Spencer Baird, relating primarily to the exchange of specimens between the Museum and the Smithsonian. George A. Otis, D.L. Huntington, and John S. Billings were curators of the Museum during this time. See Museum Records: Accession Records and Curatorial Records: Letterbooks of the Curators for related correspondence. Sold for the cost of printing.< Less
The Good, The Bad, and the Two-Bagger Ugly: My Drunken Adventures With Wyatt on the Frontier of Alternative Medicine Quackary! By Doc Quack
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A believer in power of the pen over tyranny of the state, Dr. Quack has influenced the minds and practice of about 100,000 physicians, researchers, and patients in his field with about 40,000 reached... More > regularly. The reader will learn the straight scoop on the good, the bad, and the ugly to homeopathy. Along with information on cancer treatment, you will learn how to defend yourself, friends, and family from Swine Flu and other strains of the future among a "taboo" field of medicine that squashes plague with dirt cheap remedy. Chapter 1 covers an intro to homeopathy. Chapter 2 and the Appendix are massive sections devoted to its science, physics, and ongoing research. Chapter 3 covers a plan, remedies, and methods for defense of the United States from plagues. 250 pages. Including a very powerful index which makes this book a valuable physician's desk reference for decades to come! PRINT VERSIONS OF THIS BOOK MAY ALSO BE FOUND ON AMAZON.COM< Less
Personal Protective Measures against Insects and Other Arthropods of Military Significance: Armed Forces Pest Management Board Technical Guide No. 36 By Armed Forces Pest Management Board
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This Technical Guide provides preventive medicine information and guidance to personnel who may come into contact with nuisance or disease-carrying arthropods (disease vectors), or who are... More > responsible for protecting the health of personnel. It describes techniques that provide maximum, safe protection from arthropod attack. These techniques include the use of protective clothing and equipment, repellents, pesticides, and other strategies. Originally published by the U.S. Army.< Less
A Night with Saddam By Mark E. Green MD
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A Special Operations Flight Surgeon's interview with Saddam Hussein on the night of his capture, and the missions which led to their meeting.
A Night with Saddam By Mark Green
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A Special Operations Flight Surgeon's interview with Saddam Hussein on the night of his capture, and the missions which led to their meeting.
A Night with Saddam By Mark Green
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A Special Operations Flight Surgeon's interview with Saddam Hussein on the night of his capture, and the missions which led to their meeting.
A Night with Saddam By Mark E. Green MD
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A Special Operations Flight Surgeon's interview with Saddam Hussein on the night of his capture, and the missions which led to their meeting.
A Soldier's Pocket Therapist By Ginny Sartini, MSW, LCSW
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This is a book of interventions for various emotional problems common to soldiers, i.e., homesickness, depression, anxiety, anger, etc. It was written for the soldier who will not go for help for... More > fear it will harm their career. It is also meant to provide assistance when there is none, due to shortages or distant locations of support personnel. In July 2004 the New England Journal of Medicine examined mental health problems among 3671 soldiers and Marines three to four months after their return from Afghanistan or Irag. Up to 17% of these soldiers screened positive for major depression, generalized anxiety or PTSD. Of these 17%, only 23% sought treatment. This would make a great gift to give to your favorite hero.< Less
A Doctor's Vietnam Journal By Carl E. Bartecchi, M.D.
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Merriam Press Military Monograph 97. Second Edition (October 2012). Vietnam may be the only war we ever fought, or perhaps that was ever fought, in which the American soldier added to their heroism a... More > humanitarianism unmatched in the annals of warfare. The kinds and quality of our humanitarian work in Vietnam is documented in this book. Join Dr. Bartecchi in his remarkable journey through Vietnam from the time of the French, the Japanese, and the French again, through the war up to the present day. You will meet some of the truly great heroes and heroines of any war. And whatever your experience in combat, in medicine, in Vietnam - you will learn. 63 photos, 2 illustrations, 5 maps. Full contents listing can be seen in the Book Preview along with additional sample pages.< Less
But a Moment In Time By Robert Essex
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A love story about time and very special human beings, who, when confronted with an emergency requiring neurosurgery, find they are not technologically advanced enough to carry out the... More > procedure. Decisions will have to be made requiring great professionalism, unshakeable teamwork and above all, a major step into the unknown. When Simone is diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour, the prognosis is death. Research has been taking place to perfect a life support system that is capable of holding a person in a state of preservation over a period of time, but the technique is difficult to achieve. As Mary and Michael continue their work, a devastating scenario presents and a chain of events that public opinion, the establishment and the law may find unacceptable, is about to unfold. The great love of one person for another will not stop to consider anything other than saving the life of Simone and it is then that disaster strikes again.< Less