Mortes naturais Uma s rie de casos de mortes por hemorragias em mulheres gr vidas levantam suspeitas e t m de ser investigadas

  • Title: Mortes naturais
  • Author: Michael Palmer
  • ISBN: 9724220966
  • Page: 270
  • Format: None
  • Uma s rie de casos de mortes por hemorragias em mulheres gr vidas levantam suspeitas e t m de ser investigadas.

    • [AZW] ☆ Mortes naturais | By ☆ Michael Palmer
      Michael Palmer

    About "Michael Palmer"

    1. Michael Palmer

      Michael Palmer, M.D 1942 2013, was the author of Political Suicide, Oath of Office, A Heartbeat Away, The Last Surgeon, The Second Opinion, The First Patient, The Fifth Vial, The Society, Fatal, The Patient, Miracle Cure, Critical Judgment, Silent Treatment, Natural Causes, Extreme Measures, Flashback, Side Effects, and The Sisterhood His books have been translated into thirty five languages.He trained in internal medicine at Boston City and Massachusetts General Hospitals, spent twenty years as a full time practitioner of internal and emergency medicine, and served as an associate director of the Massachusetts Medical Society s physician health program Michael died unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 30, 2013 in New York He was 71 His 19th novel RESISTANT will be released on May 20, 2014.He trained in internal medicine at Boston City and Massachusetts General Hospitals, spent twenty years as a full time practitioner of internal and emergency medicine, and was an associate director of the Massachusetts Medical Society s physician health program.Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.

    698 thoughts on “Mortes naturais”

    1. Natural Causes by Michael Palmer3.5 sFrom The Book Dr Sarah Baldwin races to a Boston hospital with a young woman whose normal labor has suddenly become a matter of life and death As she struggles to save both mother and baby, she doesn t know that two other women have already died under horrifying identical circumstances And so begins Sarah s own nightmare, as she learns that the prenatal herbal vitamins she prescribed are the only thing these women have in common Soon Sarah is fighting to save [...]


    2. Sarah s patients are dying in labor and it may be connected to the herbal supplements she s been prescribing I hated every character in this book Their science was bad and their ethics were bad A lot of their other dimensions were also bad, but I think they re generally covered by those, because life is generally covered by those.



    3. Medical thriller Dr Sarah Baldwin is a fast track OB GYN resident at the Medical Center of Boston, a hospital which seems ideally suited to her holistic healing background When one of her patients is stricken with sudden, almost unstoppable bleeding, Sarah saves her life with a combination of acupuncture and meditation techniques, briefly becoming a heroine Then, it turns out that this patient and two others who died under similar circumstances were all taking a natural herbal vitamin supplement [...]


    4. I finished this book last night, and I am kind of pissed at what a let down it was This book hooked me from the first few pages It was so interesting that I couldn t put it down About three quarters of the way through the author must have had visions of a Hollywood thriller The characters are thrown in to ever implausible and stupid situations The plot went from amazingly believable to eye rollingly awful Think Bourne Identity on top of James Bond layered with Mission Impossible If half that cra [...]




    5. If you have never read a Michael Palmer book, this would be an enjoyable read It is a national bestseller but it is in line with each of the other six Palmer books that I have read, all written prior to this one This involves a female doctor who is respected in her field and who also dabbles in Eastern medicine Of course, as is the case with Palmer novels, someone in the medical community is involved in heinous activities resulting in the death of multiple women during labor prior to giving birt [...]


    6. For the most part, this was an enjoyable read It had all the parts necessary to make a medical thriller tick , including an imaginative link between a privately marketed weight loss powder and a sudden epidemic of uncontrolled bleeding episodes in pregnant women But, the cliff hangers were sometimes a bit contrived, and predictable Nonetheless, I would consider reading Michael Palmer s other novels.


    7. I enjoy Michael Palmer s books because they have a lot of medical scenarios that are pretty accurate given he is a doctor That, and I like thet thriller aspect and trying to put the piecea together This book was an easy, quick read, though not very plausible lots of near misses for our heroine and surrounding good guys, etc But, all in all what I expected


    8. A narrativa apresenta bastantes pormenores m dicos, resultantes da experi ncia do autor como m dico, o que me agradou bastante.Opini o quandoseabreumlivro.p




    9. This is one of the best mysteries I ve read in a while It kept my attention from beginning to end, mostly because it included so many twists and turns And while the medical descriptions were a bit detailed, they didn t take away from the story s flow I appreciated that the suspense lasted up to the last page While the book does contain cursing and a sex scene, it was overall a great read, and I ll add this author to my future reading list for sure


    10. This was my first Michael Palmer novel and it definitely will not be the last I really enjoyed this a lot and especially so knowing that Michael Palmer is an MD Dr.Sarah Baldwin came to the Medical Center of Boston as an OB GYN resident after spending years in Thailand studying herbal medicine and wanting to do with her knowledge She wasted three years with Peter Ettinger who sees himself as a health guru think New Age quack who was actually someone with just a bachelor and master s degree in a [...]


    11. Almost too complicated, villian riddled plot thrills We re fans of Palmer and have read most of his booklist, now standing at ten novels We like his ability to describe medical complexities in plain enough terms to get us through but with plausible enough premises that the scare factor heightens his suspenseful storylines Natural Causes continues in this vein as pregnant women start losing their babies and dying themselves from a rare blood disorder Is it being caused by our heroine Dr Sarah Bal [...]


    12. Good medical mystery Involves pregnant women and weight loss vitamins Very involved and you never know who you can trust.


    13. Took me a while to get into this I don t know if the thickness of the book played with my mind or what, but at one point over the weekend I questioned whether I should continue Palmer s reputation as an author whose books I enjoy is what kept me motivated, and once I got in about 100 pages it was smooth sailing until the end.I felt there could have been character development in the book So many people were introduced and given just enough suspicious traits to make the reader wonder if they were [...]


    14. I am a M Palmer fan He is kind of like the John Grisham of medical thrillers Easy to read without going overboard on complicated medical jargon.I decided to go with an earlier work with Natural Causes his fourth or fifth book and found the same steam as his recent novels I will be reading a few in the coming weeks as part of my exploration into the writing of Michael Palmer.This novel involved a surgeon named Sarah who, by the looks of things, was getting in trouble using holistic methods with [...]


    15. This is a medical thriller novel In this one, Sarah is a resident at Medical Center in Boston She also believes in the power of alternative medicine Several of her female pregnant patients die during pregnancy and her alternative ways may be the cause She gets involved in a conspiracy as she races to find out the truth.I enjoy medical thriller novels and this one did not disappoint I like how these novels point out problems with the healthcare system This one tackles several of these issues We g [...]


    16. Sarah learned all kinds of things living in Asia She learned about acupuncture and alternative medicine She gets a job in OB GYN in a Boston hospital Sarah uses these alternative methods to treat her patients But two of these ladies and their babies have died Why Then a third patient starts having the same symptoms Sarah delivers the baby, but it has died She manages to save the life of the mother But she is in big trouble because this is a rich man s daughter Sarah is getting sued for malpracti [...]


    17. A gripping medical novel that kept me sitting on the edge of my seat Page after page I was intrigued with the nightmare which Sarah finds herself caught up in.From back cover Dr Sarah Baldwin races to a Boston hospital with a young woman whose normal labour has suddenly become a matter of life and death As she struggles to save both mother and baby, she doesn t know that two other women have already died under horrifying identical circumstances And so begins Sarah s own nightmare, as she learns [...]


    18. Another great medical mystery by Palmer Each of his stories has spooked me a little about doctors and especially hospitals but they are good and they do raise awareness of what can happen and I think it just puts you on guard when you do have to use a hospital The story revolves around a hospital that is trying to use by conventional medical practices and alternative methods of healing and one resident doctor in particular, Dr Sarah Baldwin, is she a quake and a killer, or is someone trying to s [...]


    19. Haven t read one of his books in a while this was the only one available from the local overdrive library Our group is reading Michael Palmer and or Robin Cook this month Set in Boston this is a fast moving story of third year resident Sarah Baldwin specializing in ob gyn with a side specialty of holistic medicine including acupuncture and midwifery sometimes assisting in births in home settings When several of her patients are stricken with DIC, a serious blood clotting virus, Sarah finds her n [...]


    20. NATURAL CAUSES was the first Michael Palmer book I read I purchased a box of used books at a yard sale one day and it was in the box I always enjoyed reading and once I read that book, I was on a mission to get of his books to read Our library had several available but not all of them Luckily, our library system was able to request books from other libraries across our state I requested every book until I had read all of his books up to that point in time I waited anxiously for each new release [...]


    21. Dr Sarah Baldwin is caught in the middle of a horrifying situation when a young woman is suddenly deathly ill during a perfectly normal labour Two other similar cases lead to the death of the seemingly healthy women On the surface, the only thing the women have in common is Sarah s prescription of prenatal herbal vitamins Sarah becomes desperate to prove her vitamins have nothing to do with the untimely deaths, but she is up against a huge conspiracy This book was quite captivating and kept me f [...]


    22. Similar to Robin Cook s Coma, this book takes all of society s fears about the modern day hospitals and healthcare systems and creates a nightmarish view on just what the wrong drugs can do Human life hangs in the balance as one doctor risks her career and possibly her own life to unravel a conspiracy This book was well written, eerie, suspenseful and complex, everything a medical thriller should be.


    23. I hate abridged books I generally listen to unabridged audiobooks, but this one was not available unabridged I feel like I missed a whole lot of the end of the story Things were no longer as well connected as they should be, and I m not 100% sure how it ended except that I know it was a happy ending The next book I will listen to by this author will be UNABRIDGED It WAS a good story, but the details got sparse as the story progressed Sigh.


    24. Well, for the most part I liked this book It did take me a long time to get really interested I thought about putting it down many times and starting another book This was my first Michael Palmer book.ce I started getting used to his writing style I became interested For me there was just a little too much hospital politics in this book He seems to be a very knowledged writer which was what kept me reading.


    25. I received the book for free through First Reads What a great book The plot kept twisting and turning and you didn t know who was involved till the end And than you would have thought Sarah is a smart doctor, and I like her and Matt getting together It was a very thought provoking book, with many ideas conventional medicine and homeopathicry, very interesting facts for each side But who really wins in the end Read and find out Loved it


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