Opening My Heart PDF ePub eBook

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Opening My Heart free pdf In the fall of 2008, nurse Tilda Shalof underwent open heart surgery. After twenty-seven years taking care of patients, she suddenly found herself on the "other side." Her story takes readers from the diagnosis, through all her fears and@lt-br@gt-concerns, the actual OR, her stay in the ICU, the cardiac ward, recovery at home, rehabilitation, and ultimately, her return to work in the hospital armed with new insights on the patient's perspective. Shalof expertly weaves other nurse's experiences into her own story, creating the perfect marriage between fascinating clinical detail and a personal journey of healing. Throughout it all is Shalof's warm, friendly voice and humorous outlook. Anyone who's ever been a hospital patient, is currently hospitalized, or who might be one day (and those who love them!), will be comforted and enlightened by this book.

About Tilda Shalof

TILDA SHALOF is an intensive care unit nurse with twenty-seven years of experience in Israel, New York, and Canada. She is the bestselling author of Camp Nurse: My Adventures at Summer Camp, The Making of a Nurse, and A Nurse's Story: Life, Death, and In-Between in an Intensive Care Unit.

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Author : Tilda Shalof
Publisher : McClelland
Data Published : 01 April 2011
ISBN : 0771079885
EAN : 9780771079887
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 317 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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