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The Widow-Maker Heart Attack At Age 48: Written By A Heart Attack Survivor For A Heart Attack Survivor And Their Loved Ones download ebook

by Patrick J. Fox

The Widow-Maker Heart Attack At Age 48: Written By A Heart Attack Survivor For A Heart Attack Survivor And Their Loved Ones download ebook
ISBN:
1438962797
ISBN13:
978-1438962795
Author:
Patrick J. Fox
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AuthorHouse; 1st edition (May 7, 2009)
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140 pages
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Rating:
4.7

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Start by marking The Widow-Maker Heart Attack at Age 48. .In writing this book it was the author's goal to help other families and loved ones facing the same devastating unfamiliar territory as his family faced on March 31, 2008

Start by marking The Widow-Maker Heart Attack at Age 48: Written by a Heart Attack Survivor for a Heart Attack Survivor and Their Loved Ones as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In writing this book it was the author's goal to help other families and loved ones facing the same devastating unfamiliar territory as his family faced on March 31, 2008. His goal was to provide timeless support for the loved ones of the heart attack victim so that they might better be able to understand what the patient is going through and what they, as loved ones might do to help the heart attack victim better deal with their life changing experience.

Been 50 and having open heart surgery, this book has been a God sent for m. This book depicts the real-life experience of a heart-attack survivor. The vivid details of experiencing the pain and frustration during the moments of the attack are incredible.

Been 50 and having open heart surgery, this book has been a God sent for me. It showed me that I'm not alone and these feelings and emotions are real. I recommend this book to everybody. Although the details are so real, they are also hopeful as we learn about Patrick's recovery physically and mentally. As you read, you are pulled into the story and feel yourself going along on the journey with Patrick and his family. I feel this book should be a must read for families dealing with a similar situation.He provides hope and a pathway to recovery for other heart attack patients and their loved ones facing the same daunting life changing, unexpected experience.

Start by marking The Widow-Maker Heart Attack at Age 48: Written by a Heart Attack Survivor for a Heart Attack Survivor and Their Loved Ones as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. His entire first year of life after suffering his heart attack; actually dying six times, is chronicled in this "The Widow-Maker Heart attack at age 48" was written by a "miracle" survivor of a massive heart attack.

attack at age 48 was written by a miracle survivor of a massive heart attack. by a Heart Attack Survivor for a Heart Attack Survivor and Their Loved Ones.

book by Patrick Fox. The Widow-Maker Heart attack at age 48 was written by a miracle survivor of a massive heart attack. The Widow-Maker Heart Attack at Age 48 : Written by a Heart Attack Survivor for a Heart Attack Survivor and Their Loved Ones.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9781438962801.

A widowmaker heart attack is so named because it’s caused by a 100 percent blockage that can result in.But the widowmaker isn’t always fatal.

A widowmaker heart attack is so named because it’s caused by a 100 percent blockage that can result in the heart stopping suddenly. However, if it’s caught early, it can be successfully treated. Let’s take a closer look at how to know when one might be coming, what can cause it, and what treatment and recovery are like after you’ve had one. What are the signs and symptoms? The symptoms of a widowmaker are essentially the same as those of any type of heart attack. And as with other heart attacks, you may not notice any symptoms until the heart attack begins (and sometimes not even then).

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Yeah yeah yeah yeah oo-woah. Yeah yeah yeah I feel like she in the movies She is always in my dreams but she doesn't wanna be with me Yeah yeah I feel like I'm seventeen Yeah we gon' be young forever I wish we'd go home together Yeah. I might have a heart attack If you say you want me back Do you want me back? I might have a heart attack If you say you want me back Do you want me back?

But what exactly is a widowmaker’s heart attack, and was the show’s portrayal accurate? To find out, TIME spoke with Dr. Richard Katz, director of the George Washington University Heart and Vascular Institute.

But what exactly is a widowmaker’s heart attack, and was the show’s portrayal accurate? To find out, TIME spoke with Dr. Here’s what he says people should know about heart disease, sudden cardiac arrest and the causes of major heart attacks. What is a widowmaker’s heart attack? When doctors use the term widowmaker to refer to a heart attack, they usually aren’t talking about damage caused by smoke inhalation.

A heart attack occurs when an artery supplying your heart with blood and oxygen . Angina is caused by a temporary decrease in blood flow to the heart. During a heart attack, one of these plaques can rupture and spill cholesterol and other substances into the bloodstream.

A heart attack occurs when an artery supplying your heart with blood and oxygen becomes blocked. Fatty deposits build up over time, forming plaques in your heart's arteries. If a plaque ruptures, a blood clot can form and block your arteries, causing a heart attack. When to see a doctor. A blood clot forms at the site of the rupture. If large enough, the clot can block the flow of blood through the coronary artery, starving the heart muscle of oxygen and nutrients (ischemia).

The Widow-Maker Heart attack at age 48 was written by a "miracle" survivor of a massive heart attack. He provides hope and a pathway to recovery for other heart attack patients and their loved ones facing the same daunting life changing, unexpected experience. His entire first year of life after suffering his heart attack; actually dying six times, is chronicled in this book combined with his ever changing physical and psychological feelings. In writing this book it was the author's goal to help other families and loved ones facing the same devastating unfamiliar territory as his family faced on March 31, 2008. His goal was to provide timeless support for the loved ones of the heart attack victim so that they might better be able to understand what the patient is going through and what they, as loved ones might do to help the heart attack victim better deal with their life changing experience. The genuine and heartfelt desire on the part of the author to provide insight to the heart attack patient in their post heart attack life is profound and dynamic as they too successfully recover. The book provides much needed insight into critical topics that become part of the day to day lives of heart attack victims. The author laments about the mental side of first symptoms of actually experiencing a heart attack, emergency room feelings, mental challenges associated with dying, physical and emotional thoughts of waking up in the ICU, first day emotional panic, first night death feelings, prescription drugs, family support, cardio rehab, physical and physiological ups and downs, "Mount Everest moments", and stress prevalent in the first year of recovery. This book should be provided to every heart attack patient families or victim in the hospital, cardiovascular specialists and educators of heart attack health.
Reviews:
  • Jonide
Been 50 and having open heart surgery, this book has been a God sent for me. It showed me that I'm not alone and these feelings and emotions are real. I recommend this book to everybody. I know it has given me hope, insight and understanding.
  • Fomand
As the author of God Says When!which details my own clinical death for 1.5 to 2 minutes and survival of a widowmaker at 48 myself, I found several moments where I had to put the book down because it struck too close to home for me. I know first hand that when you write something like this it is VERY EMOTIONAL. It is like you are reliving those moments again. I am glad Patrick is still here and that he took the time to write this book that will save lives if you read it. Patrick has done an excellent job in sharing in an authentic manner what was a very devasting experience for him and his family.You will not be disappointed with this book!
  • Anaragelv
Beware that this book is full of typos and is poorly written structurally which goes hand in hand with the somewhat pedestrian observations of the author. I gleamed nothing out of it that truly moved me as a heart attack survivor. It has the narrative impact of the overly chatty insurance salesman telling his life story on a long plane flight. Seek out a book written by someone with a more spiritual poetic voice and a more heightened awareness of self.
  • Delaath
A compelling read, very difficult to put down! This book depicts the real-life experience of a heart-attack survivor. The vivid details of experiencing the pain and frustration during the moments of the attack are incredible. Although the details are so real, they are also hopeful as we learn about Patrick's recovery physically and mentally. As you read, you are pulled into the story and feel yourself going along on the journey with Patrick and his family. I feel this book should be a must read for families dealing with a similar situation. Learning ways to understand your loved one's situation must be beneficial to their recovery and the family's peace of mind. I highly recommend this book!
  • Kare
Patrick Fox has taken initiative in this writing to tell not only his story but to be an advocate for other heart attack victims and their families. Fox hides nothing about his experience as he shares private situations, personal feelings and emotions, and gives frank advice to caregivers and hospital personnel. The book is written in story form which makes it both interesting to read as well as informative. While reading this book will not stop anyone from having a heart attack it will certainly be a gift to those suffering this crisis as Fox walks with them on their physical, emotional, and spiritual journey to find wholeness.
  • Adaly
I had a really hard time reading this book, as every time I would pick it up and start reading, it brought back memories of my heart attack and I had to put it down. That is how well Patrick describes the issues surrounding being a heart attack survivor. Those who love and/or know someone who is a survivor should read this book to be educated on what the survivor is going through.

A definite read for anyone who has had a heart attack or knows someone who has!
  • Deorro
The book was well written. The medical information, complications, side effects, and feelings related to the heart attack were well explained. From cover to cover, it was hard to put down. The step by step details from beginning through recovery were interesting. The family support and involvement added a warmth. The mention of the horses, the log cabin, Disney and other supporting information also added a special touch. There was humor and sadness. The book was so real that I felt like I was there. Well done. I highly recommend this book. JT
An easy to read narrative that reveals the perspectives of the patient and his family, as they unravel the emotions inherent with the process and recovery of heart attack survival.

An insightful window into the overwhelming feelings of triumph and frustration, this book provides an informative and educational perspective of how a survivor feels during and after the attack.

I recommend this book to survivors, and family, of any medical condition, to better understand the patient's viewpoint and the power of love and family in healing, reflection and moving forward.

A highly recommended and commendable read.