John H. Ellis, IV, M.D., F.A.C.C., Chairman, Department of Cardiology, Wyoming Valley Healthcare System and Wilkes-Barre General Hospital
"As a beginning Resident in Internal Medicine, I feel that Dr. RuDusky's book ... is a must-read for any new and training physician. I especially found the section on "Illustrative Case Reports" to be significant since they are not topics normally stressed in basic medical education. I now understand why Dr. RuDusky is considered to be a medical expert in his own right."
Damien M. Marycz, M.D., Internal Medicine Resident, Cleveland Clinic
"Dr. RuDusky has always been fair, impartial, logical, and concise in his analysis of my medical negligence cases. This book adds significantly to a better understanding of the complex medicine behind his opinions."
Robert K. Randall, Prominent Midwest malpractice attorney
"As an experienced civil trial attorney in New Jersey, I must say the material contained in the ideas surrounding and underlying this book are significant and would represent a major contribution for use by physicians, physicians'students, lawyers, and judges connected with the field of forensic medicine in many different contexts. I would look forward to receiving and using a completed copy of this publication."
Michael D. Schottland, Prominent Eastcoast malpractice attorney
"The book under review is a unique resource for medical and medico legal professionals. … Dr. Basil RuDusky has had a vast experience in dealing with medico legal cases dealing with cardiovascular trauma, and in this book, he draws upon his experiences to churn out a masterpiece. … Perhaps the most illustrative part of the book is section VII, which gives as many as 25 illustrative case reports … This book is the very first which deals with forensic and medico legal aspects of cardiovascular medicine. In my opinion, it is an absolute must for all medical and medico legal professionals and medical examiners."
—Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology