2 edition of Surgery of the heart. found in the catalog.
Surgery of the heart.
Edgar Samuel John King
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 728 p. illus., diag.|
|Number of Pages||728|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Current surgery of the heart. Philadelphia: Lippincott, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. "This book is the first complete history of the development of heart surgery. Its story ranges from the observations of the ancient Greeks through early efforts to repair heart wounds in the Reviews: 1.
The aortic valve is located at the center of the heart. This book describes all aspects of aortic valve surgery and clarifies daily questions regarding the clinical practice in aortic valve surgery and gives new insights into this field. ( views) Updated Topics in Minimally Invasive Abdominal Surgery by Ahmed AbdelRaouf ElGeidie - InTech, The story of The Heart is so basic that I almost gave the novel a pass after reading the book jacket--the plot is the stuff of straight-to-video movies--and yet in Kerangal's hands it transforms itself into a story that is exquisitely particular and full of humanity/5().
A chilling real-life medical thriller, Coronary chronicles the story of two highly respected heart doctors who violated the most sacred principle of their profession: First, do no harm. In the summer of , fifty-five-year-old John Corapi, a Catholic priest with a colorful background, visited Dr. Chae Hyun Moon, a celebrated cardiologist in Redding, California. Steven R. Gundry is an American doctor and author. He is a former cardiac surgeon and currently runs his own clinic, investigating the impact of diet on health. Gundry conducted cardiac surgery research in the s and was a pioneer in infant heart transplant surgery, and is a New York Times best-selling author of books such as The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in "Healthy" Foods That.
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Surgery of the Heart on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Mayo Clinic Heart Book will also help you to recognize the signs and symptoms of heart disease (most heart attack patients have more indigestion and arm pain than chest pain), as well as when a trip to the emergency room is warranted or critical.
It prepares you for a variety of potential treatment scenarios, and offers a glimpse of a typical rehabilitation and recovery schedule after a heart attack /5(15).
This book reproduces as faithfully as possible the papers and the discussion on the various subjects included in the Coventry conference. The simple title "Surgery of the Heart" could be expanded to include the blood vessels. Especially important is the anatomy of the various combinations and permutations of the pulmonary and systemic vessels.
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The Patient's Guide To Heart Valve Surgery was written by Adam Pick, a double heart valve surgery patient, to address these troubling issues and prepare both patients and their caregivers for the challenges and opportunities of valve surgery - from diagnosis through recovery/5(59).
Douglas’ story is for anyone diagnosed with heart disease whether they are treating their condition with diet and medications, received stents to open arteries or have had open-heart surgery. To further illustrate the recovery process, Douglas surveyed more than survivors to learn about their diagnoses, the changes they made in their lives and how their own recoveries progressed/5(15).
Over 10 years after the publication of the second edition, Wiley now publishes the third edition of the popular volume Surgery for Congenital Heart Defects. Completely updated and expanded, this new edition describes step-by-step the surgical procedures for congenital heart defects and includes detailed illustrations for each operation.
This book is designed to help you and your child know what to expect on the day of surgery. It also describes ways parents can emotionally prepare a child for his or her operation. HOW YOU CAN HELP 1) Prepare yourself for you child‛s surgery.
The staff at the Cleveland Clinic Hospital realize that a child having surgery. His latest book, Heart: A History, is a superb tribute to our most vital organ.” ―Marilyn Yalom, Stanford University, author of The Amorous Heart: An Unconventional History of Love “An engaging walk through the history of modern cardiology with an authoritative guide/5().
The book begins with the first surgery to truly cut into the heart, during World War II in order to remove shrapnel from a soldiers heart. From there is moves on to the correction of "blue baby" syndrome to transplantation, valve jobs, bypass surgery, Reviews: Included in this time is the preparation for surgery, which requires ap-proximately 45 to 60 minutes.
What are the risks of heart surgery. Several factors influence the risk of heart surgery. These factors vary with each individual and depend on the extent of one’s heart disease, as. The book begins by describing the surgical approaches to the heart. It goes on to discuss the normal surgical anatomy of the cardiac chambers, the valves, and the systems for circulation and conduction within the by: 6.
About Adam Pick, the Author & Patient. Adam Pick is a double heart valve surgery patient, patient advocate and founder of InAdam started this website to help educate and empower patients with heart valve disease.
The Surgery Book: For Kids by Shivani Bhatia, M.D. Written by an anesthesiologist, the content is very accurate. It talks about a boy named Iggy who is getting his tonsils out — a very common procedure but also one of our most challenging. When typically well children come in, it can be scary because they don’t know what to expect.
The book is edited and compiled by Stephenson, one of the pioneers in heart surgery and a researcher into heart-alternatives for heart failure patients.
A foreword by t Koop, former Surgeon General, kicks off this all-star cast with articles by Cooley, Michael DeBakey, Walton Lillehei, John Kirklin, Dudley Johnson, Christiaan Barnard, Delos Cosgrove and many more/5(3).
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From anatomy to early methods of obstetrics to the study of phrenology, the Victorian pseudoscience of skull measurement, and the art of plastic surgery - these beautiful, collectible medical masterpieces would be a wonderful addition to any book collector's collection.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: King, E.S.J. (Edgar Samuel John), Surgery of the heart. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, (OCoLC) Books shelved as surgery: Mona Lisa Overdrive by William Gibson, Complications: A Surgeon's Notes on an Imperfect Science by Atul Gawande, Flowers for Al.
Now in its Fourth Edition, this text is a practical, heavily illustrated guide to procedures in cardiac surgery. Chapters cover acquired and congenital diseases and include surgical anatomy, surgical exposures, and step-by-step procedural details.
The authors indicate pitfalls with a hazard sign and flag points of special interest with "NB" (Nota Bene)/5(3). Cardiac surgery is not for the faint of heart. Professor Stephen Westaby took chances and pushed the boundaries of heart surgery. He saved hundreds of lives over the course of a thirty-five year career and now, in his astounding memoir, Westaby details some of his most remarkable and poignant cases – such as the baby who had suffered multiple Reviews: The Patient's Guide To Heart Valve Surgery was written by Adam Pick, a double heart valve surgery patient, to address these troubling issues and prepare patients and their caregivers for the challenges and opportunities of valve surgery - from diagnosis through recovery/5(4).Find a huge variety of new & used Heart Surgery books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices.
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