Sound like an advertising blitz?
Well, it isn’t.
Recently I ordered some books to use in conjunction with my Survival Medicine classes. Among them is Practical Plastic Surgery for Nonsurgeons by Nadine Semer, MD. When including her book as a reference, I bothered to look her up on the web. Lo and behold, she has a website where she offers her book as a FREE DOWNLOAD.
Please, please, please, take advantage of this opportunity.
The book is not just about plastic surgery. She’s not talking nose jobs and breast implants.
For example, some chapter titles include the following:
- Suturing: The Basics
- Local Anesthesia
- Gunshot Wounds
- Facial Lacerations
- Evaluating the Injured Hand
- . . . and 33 more chapters
The book is written at a level the layman can understand and, as the title suggests, is extremely practical. The medical advice is first rate. (I wish I’d written the book myself, but I’m not a plastic surgeon and don’t have her experience).
What more can I say to encourage you to click on over and check it out? Stop reading this and do it now! If you didn’t notice the links above, click the book image below.
Thank you, Dr. Semer, for your excellent contribution! God bless you and your work.