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Herbert S. Perry, M.D.

Complications are the last thing surgeons want to encounter when they operate on their patients and they make every effort to avoid them. After many years evaluating such cases for Quality Assurance, Dr. Herbert Perry, a surgeon with over fifty years of experience, wondered if it would be possible to develop a plausible account of a surgeon who does just the opposite knowing it might be impossible to judge complications that are otherwise indistinguishable from ones that occur during well-intentioned surgical procedures. Paper Drapes, Paper Gowns is that account.


  • Paper Drapes, Paper Gowns


    A surgeon whose background includes quality assurance is made aware by a reliable source that another surgeon, of whom he has been critical in the past, purposely developed problems during a procedure that led to the patient's demise.

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