3 edition of The irritable heart found in the catalog.
The irritable heart
|Statement||by William S. Morrow.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 84612|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (12 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||12|
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The Irritable Heart. By Jeff Wheelwright. Norton $ Wheelwright’s book uses most of its pages to chronicle the vets’ post-battle battle with the government and the Veterans Administration hospitals, and the impact it all had on their changed lives. Curiously, because the author spent time in the Gulf, there is little in the book. In her new memoir, “Irritable Hearts: A PTSD Love Story,” McClelland pulls back a dark, heavy curtain on the costs paid by those who travel to the far corners of the planet to gather difficult.
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In The Irritable Heart Jeff Wheelwright profiles five ailing veterans, The irritable heart book the health mystery through their intimate and fascinating cases histories.
Drawing on his experiences as a reporter in the Gulf inhe reviews the toxic substances in the environment, such as oil smoke and nerve gas, that many believe to be the cause of the conditions/5(8).
Irritable Hearts striking candor will win McClelland the empathy she deserves.” ―Sonia Faliero, The New York Times Book Review “That we are as strong as we are frail is the most profound of many truths rising out of Mac McClelland's astonishing Irritable Hearts/5(41).
Vivid, suspenseful, and intimate, Irritable Hearts is an unforgettable exploration of vulnerability and resilience, control and acceptance, and a compelling story of survival that expands the definition of what trauma is and offers powerful hope for those who need to /5(41).
Irritable Hearts: A PTSD Love Story by Mac McClelland (Memoir) This is a remarkable book for several reasons. First, Mac McClelland is an excellent writer and pulls the reader right into her story.
First, Mac McClelland is an /5. The Irritable Heart book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Following the Persian Gulf War, thousands of U.S.
military vetera 4/5(6). The irritable heart: the medical mystery of the Gulf War User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. War-related illnesses continue to mystify patients, doctors, and political activists.
Science journalist Wheelwright (Degrees of Disaster) begins with the story of "irritable heart" conditions Read full review3/5(1).
It is then that “Irritable Hearts” reveals its own warm, beating heart. In Haiti, for example, McClelland met Daniel, who was living in a nightmarish tented camp notorious for.
Irritable heart symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment information for Irritable heart (Orthostatic intolerance) with alternative diagnoses, full-text book chapters, misdiagnosis, research treatments, prevention, and prognosis.
Irritable Hearts is a brave and candid memoir of her relentless fight to be well, to continue in her work, and to be able to give her heart to the man she loves. Irritable Hearts is a gripping page-turning story, giving the readers an informed insight into PTSD and the crucial need for continued medical research and treatment as well as.
irritable heart: A condition (OMIM) characterised by lightheadedness, fatigue, altered mentation, syncope and tachycardia upon assuming an upright position, and markedly elevated serum norepinephrine.
Molecular pathology Defects in SLC6A2, which encodes a member of the sodium:neurotransmitter symporter that regulates norepinephrine. Irritable Hearts is a powerful memoir about a young journalist’s painful battle with PTSD and her arduous road to recovery.
But it is also a passionate and beautifully rendered love story. The way McClelland weaves together these two disparate tales makes this book a.
Da Costa's syndrome is a syndrome with a set of symptoms that are similar to those of heart a physical examination does not reveal any gross physiological abnormalities, orthostatic intolerance has been noted.
It was originally thought to be a heart condition, and treated with a predecessor to modern cardiac drugs. While the condition was eventually Specialty: Psychiatry, Cardiology.
Irritable Hearts striking candor will win McClelland the empathy she deserves.” —Sonia Faliero, The New York Times Book Review “That we are as strong as we are frail is the most profound of many truths rising out of Mac McClelland's astonishing Irritable Hearts.
In her unforgettable memoir, McClelland begins to unravel her experience with Pages: The Irritable Heart of Soldiers and the Origins of Anglo-American Cardiology: The US Civil War () to World War I () (The History of Medicine in Context) [Wooley, Charles F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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This condition, characterised by chest pains, palpitations, breathlessness, fatigue, syncope and exercise intolerance, became known during s as the irritable heart of soldiers. By the First World War the terminology had changed to soldier's heart, then to neurocirculatory asthenia.
The Irritable Heart: The Medical Mystery of the Gulf War Jeff Wheelwright, Author W. Norton & Company $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Soldier’s Heart Internal medicine doctor Jacob Mendez da Costa studied Civil War veterans in the United States, and discovered that many of them suffered from chest-thumping (tachycardia), anxiety, and shortness of breath.
He called this syndrome “Soldier’s Heart” or “Irritable Heart.” But it also came to be called “Da Costa. The struggle to recover is the subject of her rawly fascinating, occasionally exhausting new book, Irritable Heart: A PTSD Love Story (out today), the title taken from the name a physician gave.
Irritable Hearts is a searing, personal medical mystery that unfolds at a breakneck pace. But it is also a romance. McClelland fights desperately to repair her heart so that she can give it to the kind, patient, and compassionate man with whom she wants to share a life.
The Irritable Heart is an intensely personal documentary that explores the complex duties owed to both family and country by Marine Staff Sergeant Travis Twiggs. The film reveals the interplay between one soldier’s psychological breakdown and the complex relationship of two brothers that culminated in their bizarre and tragic deaths.
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Irritable Hearts is a searing, personal medical mystery that unfolds at a breakneck pace. But it is also a romance. But it is also a romance. McClelland fights desperately to repair her heart so that she can give it to the kind, patient, and compassionate man with whom she wants to share a life.Irritable Hearts striking candor will win McClelland the empathy she deserves.” —Sonia Faliero, The New York Times Book Review “That we are as strong as we are frail is the most profound of many truths rising out of Mac McClelland's astonishing Irritable Hearts.
In her unforgettable memoir, McClelland begins to unravel her experience with.