Secondary Impact

Secondary Impact Neurosurgeon Dr Danny Tilson is engrossed in a college basketball game when a player gets knocked down slamming his head on the court The athlete is his daughter s boyfriend and after suffering a sec

  • Title: Secondary Impact
  • Author: Barbara Ebel Rebecca Stroud
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Neurosurgeon Dr Danny Tilson is engrossed in a college basketball game when a player gets knocked down, slamming his head on the court The athlete is his daughter s boyfriend and after suffering a second blow to his head he lies in a coma Danny is shocked when his daughter, Annabel, criticizes his care of the guy she lovesbut then he wonders Is existing medical treaNeurosurgeon Dr Danny Tilson is engrossed in a college basketball game when a player gets knocked down, slamming his head on the court The athlete is his daughter s boyfriend and after suffering a second blow to his head he lies in a coma Danny is shocked when his daughter, Annabel, criticizes his care of the guy she lovesbut then he wonders Is existing medical treatment for certain head injuries good enough Despite obstacles from Annabel and his old nemesis Rachel, Danny brainstorms to develop new technologymething so revolutionary it could improve patient care after traumatic head injuries forever Although the Dr Danny Tilson Novels are a series and the characters are best appreciated by reading the books in sequence, each book can stand alone Book One Operation Neurosurgeon Book Two Silent Fear a Medical Mystery also an audiobook Book Three Collateral Circulation a Medical Mystery also an audiobook Book Four Secondary Impact

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    1. Secondary Impact, #4 in the series, was such easy reading, as I had binged read the first three. I was so familiar with the characters I felt as if I were in the middle of all the excitement. Could have read in one setting, as you want to know what is gonna happen next. The medical advancements Danny has made are fabulous, the medical terminology is understandable, for us lay people. Thank you Barbara.will there be a 5th book, so much more to write about this family. Seriously would not recommen [...]

    2. OkThis book four is still only a scale mark of 2, for unrefined grammar and punctuation, mediocre plot line, medical impossibilities, and a dire absence of legal knowledge. But it was a good try.

    3. Secondary ImpactThis was a good read, however I thought the ending didn't go far enough for my taste, so I will just have to read all of the series.

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