The importance of doctor-to-doctor communication
from The New York Times
Allison Bond writes: I could tell my patient was dying. In the final stage of liver failure, she lay listlessly in her hospital bed, her skin ashen and her eyes dull. Intractable intestinal bleeding, likely related to her underlying disease, had landed her in the intensive care unit. Although all patients in intensive care are tenuous, it was clear she was worse off than most. Her daughter and granddaughter hovered worriedly near her bedside. "What is going to happen to her?" her daughter asked me, her voice wavering.
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