Sleep-deprived Physicians: Good for Training, Bad for Patients
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Mokotoff DM – Make no mistake, however, about these days of the “iron men.” author believe this type of work schedule was, and still is, extremely unhealthy for a doctor, his family, and potentially dangerous to his or her patients. He do agree that a more humane training schedule for medical students, interns, and residents was long overdue.

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