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Fri Mar 21 17:16:40 2014 UTClccn-n868565350.00TEDTalks Sherwin Nuland, My History of Electroshock Therapy /0.230.81The origins of anesthesia /99469515Sherwin_B._Nulandn 868565351686729Nudelman, Shepsel BerNuland, S. B. (Sherwin B.), 1930-Nuland, Shepsel, 1930-ヌーランド, シャーウィン・B努兰舍溫lccn-n79034525Leonardoda Vinci1452-1519np-nudelman, meyerNudelman, Meyerlccn-n79058752Semmelweis, Ignác Fülöp1818-1865lccn-n78096039Maimonides, Moses1135-1204lccn-n80020417Billington, James H.spklccn-n50021590Amis, Martinspklccn-n79047333Parini, Jayspklccn-n80046659Ozick, Cynthiaspklccn-n50003752Momaday, N. Scott1934-spklccn-n79068416Tolstoy, Leograf1828-1910Nuland, Sherwin B.BiographyHistoryPopular worksFolkloreAnecdotesCriticism, interpretation, etcPersonal narrativesPictorial worksDeathHuman bodyMedicinePhysiciansHuman physiologyHuman biologyArtistsLeonardo,--da Vinci,ItalyOlder people--Conduct of lifeOlder peopleAgingNuland, Sherwin BHuman body--MythologyHuman body--Symbolic aspectsNew York (State)--New YorkJewsFather and childNudelman, MeyerNew York (State)--New York--BronxPuerperal septicemiaAsepsis and antisepsisFamiliesUnited StatesImmigrantsJewish physiciansEgyptJewish scholarsJewish philosophersRabbisMaimonides, Moses,Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Smertʹ Ivana Ilʹicha (Tolstoy, Leo, graf)Medicine and artAnesthesiologyHunter, John,Morton, W. T. G.--(William Thomas Green),Vesalius, Andreas,Morgagni, Giambattista,Virchow, Rudolf,Taussig, Helen B.--(Helen Brooke),GalenLister, Joseph,--Baron,HippocratesHarvey, William,Laennec, R. T. H.--(René Théophile Hyacinthe),Halsted, William,Semmelweis, Ignác Fülöp,Human anatomyAnesthesia19302014195519791981198319841988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201321968171444BBD444ocn212199361449730ocn028148780book19930.24Nuland, Sherwin BHow we die : reflections on life's final chapter"There is a vast literature on death and dying, but there are few reliable accounts of the ways in which we die. The intimate account of how various diseases take away life, offered in How We Die, is not meant to prompt horror or terror but to demythologize the process of dying to help us rid ourselves of that fear of the terra incognita." "Though the avenues of death - AIDS, cancer, heart attack, Alzheimer's, accident, and stroke - are common, each of us will die in a way different from any that has gone before. Each one of death's diverse appearances is as distinctive as that singular face we each show during our lives. Behind each death is a story." "In How We Die, Sherwin B. Nuland, a surgeon and teacher of medicine, tells some stories of dying that reveal not only why someone dies but how. He offers a portrait of the experience of dying that makes clear the choices that can be made to allow each of us his or her own death."--BOOK JACKET+-+961969421520917ocn035701209book19970.24Nuland, Sherwin BThe wisdom of the bodyPopular worksThrough discussion of human biology and anatomy, explores the miracle of living and identifies the essence of human life as the human spirit which is inseparable from the body+-+1259994215178719ocn043929920book20000.22Nuland, Sherwin BLeonardo da VinciBiographyA biography of fifteenth-century artist and thinker Leonardo da Vinci, based on an investigation of his art, relationships, scientific studies, and manuscripts+-+4648435215165019ocn017731647book19880.27Nuland, Sherwin BDoctors : the biography of medicineHistoryBiographyThe story of the development of modern medicine through the study of medical innovators and pioneers+-+645512421515314ocn042980254book20000.24Nuland, Sherwin BThe mysteries within : a surgeon reflects on medical mythsFolkloreAnecdotesA respected doctor offers a discussion of the traditions and folklore of medicine, focusing on the effort to understand the human body, and including anecdotes from his own medical career+-+913903931514935ocn071266558book20070.19Nuland, Sherwin BThe art of aging : a doctor's prescription for well-beingMelding a scientist's passion for truth with a humanist's understanding of the heart and soul, professor of surgery Nuland explores the impact of aging on our minds and bodies, strivings and relationships. The onset of aging can be so gradual that we are often surprised to find that one day it is fully upon us. The changes to the senses, appearance, reflexes, physical endurance, and sexual appetites are undeniable--and rarely welcome--and yet, as Dr. Nuland shows, getting older has its surprising blessings. Age concentrates not only the mind, but the body's energies, leading many to new sources of creativity, perception, and spiritual intensity. Growing old, Nuland teaches us, is not a disease but an art--and for those who practice it well, it can bring extraordinary rewards. Nuland also examines the latest research into extending life and the scientists who are pursuing it.--From publisher description+-+869024763511109ocn052295267book20030.24Nuland, Sherwin BThe doctors' plague : germs, childbed fever, and the strange story of Ignác SemmelweisAnalyzes how doctor Ignac Semmelweis's reforms of the medical field led to his discovery of the correlation between hand washing and reduced infection, recounting how his work contributed to the establishment of germ theory+-+544705848590513ocn058451913book20050.27Nuland, Sherwin BMaimonidesBiographyDescribes the twelfth-century philosopher and physician's efforts to reconcile his rationationalist thinking and scientific knowledge with a faith in God, his remarkable influence as a Jew in a Muslim world, and the lasting legacy of his teachings+-+25579705357692ocn212199361rcrd20070.12Stone, DanAn introduction to The death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo TolstoyCriticism, interpretation, etcReadings of excerpts from and critical analysis of Leo Tolstoy's The death of Ivan Ilyich, a novel about Christian faith and the nature of life and death6735ocn269433051book20090.19Nuland, Sherwin BThe soul of medicine : tales from the bedsidePersonal narrativesAnecdotesDescribes the complexities of two relationships; the one between doctor and patient, and the other between mentor and student+-+600596251643311ocn077514358rcrd20070.10Nuland, Sherwin BThe art of aging [a doctor's prescription for well-being]Unabridged+-+87938406963159ocn047758815rcrd20000.13Nuland, Sherwin BLeonardo da VinciBiographyExamines the life of this man who was a painter, architect, engineer, philosopher, mathematician, and scientist+-+K5252118252783ocn212844388book19880.21Nuland, Sherwin BDoctors : the illustrated history of medical pioneersHistoryBiographyChronicles the history of medicine through profiles of important physicians and research scientists and reviews key medical theories and pioneering advances, with portraits of Galen, Andreas Vesalius, William Harvey, Joseph Lister, and other medical pioneers+-+43227642062483ocn039230719book19970.24Nuland, Sherwin BHow we livePopular works+-+95963242151425ocn029225782book19920.50Nuland, Sherwin BMedicine : the art of healingHistoryPictorial works1394ocn030690575rcrd19940.13Nuland, Sherwin BHow we dieThere is a vast literature on death and dying, but there are few reliable accounts of ways in which we die. The intimate account of how various diseases take away life, offered here, is not meant to prompt horror or terror but to demythologize the process of dying+-+84628942151397ocn014238376book19830.81Nuland, Sherwin BThe origins of anesthesiaHistory1251ocn061233044visu20050.23Doctors the history of scientific medicine revealed through biographyHistoryBiographyTwelve lectures (30 min. each) that discuss the history of the development of Western scientific medicine, set against character studies of twelve of the greatest physicians since classical times12010ocn032226823book19940.32Nuland, Sherwin BWie wir sterben : ein ende in würde?Am Beispiel häufig vorkommender Krankheiten mit Todesfolge vermittelt der amerikanische Chirurg ein realistisches Bild vom Sterben, um den Weg zu ebnen für eine angstfreie Auseinandersetzung mit dem Tod1162ocn061254114rcrd20050.17Nuland, Sherwin BDoctors the history of scientific medicine revealed through biographyHistoryBiographyPresents lectures delivered by Sherman B. Nuland, concerning the history of the development of Western scientific medicine, set against character studies of twelve of the greatest physicians since classical times10407ocn050866840book20020.21Nuland, Sherwin BLost in America : a journey with my fatherBiographyThe author offers an account of his father's life, from the turn-of-the-century arrival of a young immigrant from Russia to his struggle against poverty, tragedy, and illness, and explores how his father's life influenced his own+-+39476902854313ocn176952067book20080.19Nuland, Sherwin BThe uncertain art : thoughts on a life in medicineAnecdotesThe author offers a compilation of personal anecdotes and reflections based on his forty-year career in medicine as he explores various aspects of his discipline, how it is practiced around the globe, the lives of patients, and how the body works+-+83291555961847ocn051570824rcrd20030.12Nuland, Sherwin BLost in America a journey with my fatherBiographyUnabridged+-+4067584825855ocn229376682rcrd20080.10Nuland, Sherwin BThe uncertain art thoughts on a life in medicineAnecdotesThe author offers a compilation of personal anecdotes and reflections based on his forty-year career in medicine as he explores various aspects of his discipline, how it is practiced around the globe, the lives of patients, and how the body works+-+587156559671ocn055893247book20040.19Nuland, Sherwin BMei you zhong dian de lü cheng : Nulan zi chuanBiography42ocn055623084book20030.10Nuland, Sherwin BMi shi zai mei guoBiographyBen shu shi yi ben zi chuan xing zhi de xiao shuo, yi zuo zhe qin shen de jing li miao mo le ta yu fu qin zhi jian gong tong xiang you que wu fa rong he de can ku er zhen shi de sheng huo, tong shi ye miao shu le sheng huo zai mei guo bu lang ke si yi min qu de yi min de sheng huo zhuang tai11ocn610208169book20080.47Nuland, Sherwin BThe certain art : thoughts on a life in medicine+-+832915559611ocn704699998book20100.10Nuland, Sherwin BŬsa, in'gan ŭl ŏru manjidaAnecdotes11ocn811357262visu2007TEDTalks Sherwin Nuland, My History of Electroshock TherapySherwin Nuland was a practicing surgeon for 30 years and treated more than 10,000 patients. Now he is an author and speaker on topics no smaller than life and death, the mind, morality, aging, and the human spirit. In this TEDTalk, Nuland discusses the development of electroshock therapy as a cure for severe, life-threatening depression - including his own. A moving and heartfelt talk about relief, redemption, and second chances+-+9619694215+-+9619694215Fri Mar 21 15:29:11 EDT 2014batch26133