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Oxygen by Carol Cassella
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Jan 17, 10

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Read in June, 2009 — I own a copy

The carefully choreographed chaos of the operating room, where trained professionals and monitors interact in a delicate dance to sustain the lives of their patients has always remained somewhat “off-limits” to the lay person. Cassella opens the door and lays bare the cold, hard truth from the OR to the board room. She paints with broad deliberate narration that utilizes every word, the result is a tight, concise, eye opening novel that entertains every step of the way.

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