35 haider warraich a physician originally from pakistan trained at harvard and is now a fellow in cardiovascular medicine at duke university in north carolina like ed yongs i contain multitudes or atul gawandes being mortal modern death is a learned but engaging book that intersperses science history medicine and personal stories warraich addresses death as a biological . The essential pivot point of western medicines decision making revolves around the tenet to do no harm this becomes the unspoken subtext of the book implicitly challenging the reader to confront the construct of harm within the context of modern medical practice wherein almost every death in the icu at least is choreographed around withdrawal of some form of life support. Haider warraichs recent book modern death how medicine changed the end of life 1 is timely at a time when we strive for simple answers to complex questions often utter the phrase i have an app for that and condense our thoughts into a 140 character bite warraich a cardiovascular fellow at duke engages a complex topic what does death look like in our modern medical world. Modern death how medicine changed the end of life hkumed mehu follow jul 9 2020 1 min read nothing is more certain in life than death yet recent advances in medicine and technology have . Modern death how medicine changed the end of life is published by duckworth overlook gbp20 claire black is a gestalt therapist based in edinburgh get the latest news on the coronavirus
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