Quick Essentials Emergency Medicine
The same as the purple book, but a yellow app
Think Twice: More Lessons from the ER came out today as an app for the iPhone. Thanks to a partnership with Harvey Castro, MD and Deep Pocket Series, LLC this app will be available at the introductory price of $2.99, which is more than half off the regular price of $6.99 and the print price of $7.50. In the world of iPhone apps, visibility and the degree of ongoing success is highly dependent on getting into the “Top 100″ for your category (ours is Medicine) early on, so please consider purchasing a copy this week and please forward this email to anyone you know who has an iPhone. To purchase, click the title above or CLICK HERE
“Easily as entertaining as is The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook, but a hundred times more relevant.” – Jeff Archibald, fitness trainer,Boldfitness.com
“A great mix of preventive medicine, humor and wit. Full of advice that should be common sense but is unfortunately not common practice.” – Richard Santarius, parent
“How many other gifts can prevent injuries and save lives? A great gift for any household. Full of sound advice that is easy to follow and well written” – Ayn Carrillo-Gailey, writer
“The ‘Darwin Awards‘ of the Emergency Department.” — Donna Bellard-Brendt, ER Nurse
“An ‘Information Vaccination’ that protects the reader from preventable emergencies. Probably more useful and definitely more enjoyable than a Tetanus shot.”– Alex Thayer, MD
“The author’s knowledge and sense of humor show throughout the book. It should be read by anyone who’d like to improve the health of their family and themselves.” — Susan, ER volunteer
Safety Lessons from the ER
These inexpensive books are full of lessons that could save you hours of your time, thousands of dollars in medical bills, and what is more important, your health.
Everyone should read this book – twice.
More lessons, more bad ideas, more learning from the mistakes of others, more ways to stay alive and to stay out of the ER. Serious yet humorous, this is a book people will actually read. Begins where “Don’t Try This at Home” leaves off: the information inside could save your life.