How to do a liver transplant

How to do a liver transplant : Stories from my surgical life

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`I
loved Kellee Slater's book. And not just because she's a transplant surgeon and
I have had a liver transplant. At times I felt like she had been reading my
mail!' - Derryn Hinch


When
everything is in place and both teams are ready, someone cries out `Cross-clamp!'
Then it is on for young and old as the clock is ticking. Up to this point, it
has been a careful and considered surgery. Now it is all about speed. We move
like Edward Scissorhands, chop, chop, chop. This is the trickiest part - to
move fast without cutting something you shouldn't.




Welcome to the adrenaline-charged world of transplant
surgery. Top Australian surgeon Dr Kellee Slater invites us inside the operating theatre
with her dedicated team as she performs life-or-death surgery on a newborn
baby, brings a dying liver back to life with a staple gun in each hand, and undertakes
the confronting task of removing donor organs. How to Do a Liver Transplant is an enthralling - and often blackly funny
- glimpse over the shoulder of a gifted surgeon.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 132.08 x 208.28 x 17.78mm | 362.87g
  • Sydney, Australia
  • English
  • New
  • 1742233422
  • 9781742233420
  • 176,736

About Kellee Slater

Dr Kellee Slater performs all types of abdominal surgery and is a member of the liver transplant team at Brisbane's Princess Alexandria Hospital, Australia.
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