qDrawing on fifty years of patient care and information from the Missouri Heart Program, Turner explains how to recognize all of the early warning signs of heart attacks and strokes - including little-known signs - and how important it is to seek immediate treatment to save lives and prevent damage to the heartq--Provided by publisher.Your Heart What It Is and How It Functions The more you learn about your heart, I am sure the more you will agree how incredible it is. Here are ... When these fibers contract and shorten, the heart contracts, expelling blood from its chambers to start its circulation throughout the body. ... Many people believe that the heart is in the left side of the chest, but, in fact, except for its apex or tip, it is in the middle.
|Title||:||Recognizing and Surviving Heart Attacks and Strokes|
|Author||:||Glenn O. Turner, Mark Bruce Rosin|
|Publisher||:||University of Missouri Press - 2008|