The Best Ob Gyn Books - August 2022

Based on the analysis of 1,549 reviews.



OB GYN Hospital Medicine Principles and Practice product image


Top Choice
Williams Gynecology Fourth Edition product image


Best Value
OB GYN Peds Notes Clinical product image


Telephone Triage for Obstetrics Gynecology product image


The Physician Assistant Student s Guide to the Clinical Year OB GYN With Free Online Access product image


Beckmann and Ling s Obstetrics and Gynecology product image


Obstetrics Gynecology Infertility Pocket Size product image


Best Seller
Quick Reference Guide for Ob Gyn Sonography product image


Cunningham and Gilstrap s Operative Obstetrics Third Edition product image


Examination Review Ultrasound Obstetrics Gynecology product image

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Douglas Heritage

My name is Douglas Edwin Heritage. I began writing stories when I was in Junior High, none of which were published, so you can imagine how pleased I was when my novel was taken up by Atlantic Publishing, My Life as an OB-GYN, a Look Behind the Scenes.

For a teen, I needed to be a chemist but finished up as a Doctor of Medicine, then trained in and practiced Obstetrics and Gynecology. Within the course of that 40+ years, I have had many experiences - some humorous, some sad. My friends and family seemed to delight in those anecdotes, therefore that I 2015 I made a decision to formalize them as a publication. It starts with my job in a tobacco store which, oddly enough, led me to Medical School. I had a good deal of fun (as well as a whole lot of researching) in undergraduate school at the University of Maryland, though if I had been caught for a number of my own pranks I probably would have been expelled. I retained my sense of humor in the Medical College of Virginia persisted even and through my residency in my personal practice and as explained in a number of tales. All was not fun and games and I stumbled upon a number of events that are disturbing and sad as my training and career advancement. Every one of these stories are linked in my novel.

Medication and OB-GYN specifically were my primary concerns through the years, but I've had many other interests. I also took up once I moved to Woodbridge and combined a fencing club. I learned a airplane in the 1980's and flew solo cross-country. When they first came out, then proceeded on to Apple and PC machines I bought one of the very first home computers, a TRS 80. I also wrote a poker-playing app for my pals and learned to program. I had been introduced to the shooting sports by my med school classmate, Bob Fraker (who composed a Forward for my book) and have continued to like pistol, rifle and shotgun target shoot

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