Jostling crowd, crying kids, supplicated by stench of antiseptic - not an ideal place for stories to start. But in real life, most stories end up here - the chaotic 'Indian hospital'.
Caught between the ailing patient, the angry relatives and poor infrastructure, the 'Indian' doctor is supposed to offer magical cure. As he tries his best to pull a rabbit or two, out of his white coat pocket, the heavy emotional sandbag on his shoulder weighs him down. The unedited experience for you to laugh and cry. About the Author: Dr Tiny Nair, MD, DM, FACC, FRCP heads the department of cardiology at PRS Hospital, Trivandrum, Kerala. Despite his busy schedule of patient care and teaching, he is a prolific speaker, an author (4 books), a regular writer in newspaper columns, and a 'TopWriter 2018' in Quora (blog). He is the recipient of the 'Best Doctor Award' by the Govt of Kerala and 'Most Inspiring Doctor of India Award' by the Economic Times. He lives in Trivandrum with his wife Deepa, son Akash, and daughter Parvathy.
Why you should read The Magic of Indian Medicine
by Tiny Nair
This book has been written by Tiny Nair, who has written books like The Magic of Indian Medicine,Happy at Heart (WIND). The books are written in Short Stories,Cardiology category. This book is read by people who are interested in reading books in category : Short Stories. So, if you want to explore books similar to This book, you must read and buy this book.
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