೫ $0.00 Download  ✷ Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life  ⢛ Kindle By Jessica Nutik Zitter M.D. ⣴ ೫ $0.00 Download ✷ Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life ⢛ Kindle By Jessica Nutik Zitter M.D. ⣴ Like Atul Gawande s Being Mortal, Zitter s book shows how knowing when do to nothing is as vital to being a good doctor as knowing when do to everything New York Times Book ReviewJessica here reveals a fuller truth of how the end of life plays out within our healthcare system Theres nothing easy in these pages, but plenty to learn from, cautions to absorb, and material for creating a better way.BJ Miller, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSFPart memoir, part expos, this book is an insider s view of intensive care in America and its impact on how we die, written by a physician uniquely positioned to examine end of life care Dr Jessica Zitters wisdom derives from a career whose trajectory she specializes in both ICU and palliative medicine models a rethinking of care for the dying Her book is a trenchant critiqueand aclarion call for end of life care that aligns with what each patient values most Lucy Kalanithi, MDDr Zitter has pulled back the curtain on the needless suffering undergone by the dying in Intensive Care Honest about her own uncertainties, mistakes and limitations, she spares no one, not even herself The average person will learn much about the pitfalls of navigating the strange subculture of medicine close to the end of life Katy Butler, author of Knocking on Heaven s Door The Path to a Better Way of Death and A Good End of Life a Practical Guide America s healthcare system inadvertently makes things worse for dying patients and their families This situation calls for Extreme Measures and this book is the remedy we need Dr Zitters guidance is an elixir of medical sophistication, practical savvy, and timeless soulfulness She writes with the clinical mastery of an intensivist and the personal sensitivity of a trusted friend.Ira Byock, MD, author of The Best Care Possible Required reading for every young medical student and every family member wondering how to help the people they love live well to the end.Ellen Goodman, founder of The Conversation Project With compassion, intelligence, and a rare expertise, Jessica Zitter shines a light on some of the most difficult issues we face in our lives.Angelo Volandes, MD, author of The Conversation A Revolutionary Plan for End of Life Care You wouldn t take a trip to a foreign country without learning as much as you could about its rituals, its culture, and its landscape The ICU, a place many of us will pass through at least once in our lives, is as foreign as it gets Thus Dr Zitter provides an essential illumination for her fellow humans.Diane E Meier, MD Director, Center to Advance Palliative Care A stunning portrait of the ways decisions in the intensive care unit shape the way we liveand dienow Whether we live with illness, love someone who is facing these decisions, or care for them professionally, Dr Zitter has written a call to action that none of us can ignore.Anthony Back MD, author of Mastering Communication with Seriously Ill Patients Balancing Honesty with Empathy and Hope Extreme Measures provides a gripping and intimate tour of the experiences and dilemmas physicians, patients and families face dealing with terminal illness in the modern ICU A tour de force for those seeking to better understand and improve care of patients and families at end of life.James Mittelberger MD, MPH, FACP, FAAHPM, Optum Director and Chief Medical Officer, Center for Palliative Care and Supportive CareClarity and compassion unite in this touching and convincing new conversation on comfortable, patient centered end of life care Kirkus ReviewsJessica Nutik Zitter, M.D., MPH, is an expert on the medical experience of death and dying She attended Stanford University and Case Western Reserve Medical School, and completed her residency in internal medicine at the Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston She was a fellow in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the University of California San Francisco Zitter is double boarded in the two specialties of pulmonary critical care medicine and palliative care medicinea rare combination She writes for The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Pacific Standard, The Atlantic, and Journal of Palliative Medicine, and is featured in Extremis, an Oscar nominated Netflix documentary about end of life decision making in an ICU. 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