Books for Patients with Atrial Fibrillation (A-Fib)

For patients and their families who want to learn more about this life altering heart arrhythmia. Up-to-date and written for the non-medical reader (but many still require a medical dictionary).
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message 1: by Rosalie (new)

Rosalie Ungar IN A HEARTBEAT: The Ups & Downs of Life with Atrial Fib
by Rosalie Ungar
Rosalie Ungar captures the comlex issues that A-Fib patients face...she also shows that with a combination of the right physicians and a patient willing to partner with the physicians, A-Fib can be controlled, and life can go on wonderfully well.
Recommended for patients and family members dealing with A-Fib.


message 2: by Rosalie (new)

Rosalie Ungar With a sharp wit and tenacity for self-education--empowering herself and her readers, Rosalie Linver Ungar is determined to question, challenge and negotiate doctor's orders. Told from the perspective of the patient, IN A HEARTBEAT traverses the ups and downs of living and thriving with an irregular heart rhythm.
See blogs and website for buying paper back and e book. Soon to be an audio book. www.rosalieungar.com


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