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Bed Number Ten
Bed Number Ten
Bed Number Ten
Bed Number Ten

Bed Number Ten

Product ID : 16731735


Galleon Product ID 16731735
UPC / ISBN 0849342708
Shipping Weight 0.76 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Manufacturer CRC Press
Shipping Dimension 8.11 x 5.2 x 0.98 inches
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Brand CRC Press
Edition 1
Number Of Pages 304
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1989-04-02
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Product Description A patient's personal view of long term care. Seen through the eyes of a patient totally paralyzed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, this moving book takes you through the psychological and physical pain of an eleven month hospital stay. BED NUMBER TEN reads like a compelling novel, but is entirely factual. You will meet: The ICU staff who learned to communicate with the paralyzed woman - and those who did not bother. The physicians whose visits left her baffled about her own case. The staff and physicians who spoke to her and others who did not recognize her presence. The nurse who tucked Sue tightly under the covers, unaware that she was soaking with perspiration. The nurse who took the time to feed her drop by drop, as she slowly learned how to swallow again. The physical therapist who could read her eyes and spurred her on to move again as if the battle were his own. In these pages, which reveal the caring, the heroism, and the insensitivity sometimes found in the health care fields, you may even meet people you know. Review "...offers invaluable messages for anyone dealing with dependency, suffering, loneliness, helplessness, or acute or chronic debilitating diseases - in short, for anyone taking care of others. No one reading this book will ever again regard the helpless or incommunicative patient the same way."- New England Journal of Medicine