By Diku P. Mandavia (editor), Edward J. Newton (editor), Demetrios Demetriades (editor)
This accomplished full-color atlas courses clinicians in spotting, prioritizing, and coping with trauma sufferers by using the actual cues appropriate to the emergency atmosphere. approximately seven-hundred photos convey the reader to the bedside of sufferers with an entire variety of irritating accidents, together with motorcar injuries, falls, lacerations, burns, impalements, stabbings, and gunshot wounds. geared up by means of significant physique components, the textual content discusses administration guidance, emergency workup protocols, and customary pitfalls. The Atlas is a vital source for these taken with trauma care.
By Philip K. Dick
It truly is the USA in 1962. Slavery is felony once more. the few Jews who nonetheless continue to exist conceal below assumed names. In San Francisco the I Ching is as universal because the phone book. All simply because a few twenty years prior the U.S. misplaced a war--and is now occupied together by means of Nazi Germany and Japan. This harrowing, Hugo Award-winning novel is the paintings that tested Philip okay. Dick as an innovator in technology fiction whereas breaking the barrier among technology fiction and the intense novel of principles. In it Dick bargains a haunting imaginative and prescient of historical past as a nightmare from which it might simply be attainable to wakeful.
By Jean Paul Sartre
“The Condemned of Altona is a reminder that ethical difficulties are actual, irreducible and important even if they're insoluble. it really is, accordingly, an occasion of great significance. it's the paintings of 1 who's either an ethical thinker and a dramatist, of a author who can current philosophical questions within the flesh and bones of concrete human situations.” ―Heinz Lubasz, The New Leader
The Condemned of Altona is an act of judgment at the 20th century, which would were an admirable period (the ultimate traces let us know) if guy had no longer been threatened by means of ‘the merciless enemy who had sworn to break him, that hairless, evil, flesh-eating beast―man himself. ‘All the characters within the play are defendants, trapped contained in the body of the proscenium as securely as Eichmann inside his glass cage in Jerusalem; their pass judgement on is the previous, and its verdict is with no mercy. loss of life consequences are imposed, and one sentence of solitary confinement for all times. The level, as so frequently in M. Sartre’s palms, turns into a spot of ethical inquisition, right now a court docket and a jail.
By Camilla Lackberg
The recent mental mystery from number one bestselling Swedish crime sensation Camilla Lackberg. a lady is located lifeless, it sounds as if the sufferer of a sad motor vehicle crash. it is the first in a spate of likely inexplicable injuries in Tanumshede and marks the top of a quiet iciness for detective Patrik Hedstrom and his colleagues. even as a truth television express is being shot within the city. As cameras shadow the celebs' each circulate, kinfolk with the locals are strained to brink. while a drunken occasion ends with a very unpopular contestant's homicide, the forged and staff are visible suspects. may perhaps there be a killer of their midst? because the nation tunes in, the our bodies mount up. below the serious glare of the media highlight, Patrik faces his hardest research but!