The Heart Made Easy

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 From the writer of the worlds fastest growing Cardiology Website (www.thepad.pm) comes this fantastically illustrated explanation of how the heart works. If you want to understand the human heart this book will help you do so in a very simple and friendly way. Written for patients trying to understand their hearts, it is also ideal for students or healthcare professionals trying to build their knowledge for the first time. 
“Love your explanations! It demystifies all things cardiac in a way that helps explain it to patients.” Reader Experience of www.thepad.pm
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About the author

 Hello, my name is Carl Robinson and I am a fully qualified Senior Cardiac Physiologist specialising in Electrophysiology, ICD's and Cardiac Pacemakers. I have a passion for making some of the trickier topics in Cardiology simple so that people can have a better understanding of their heart condition. In a world where we are quickly becoming more responsible for our own health choices, the power of knowledge is vital and I am to make this knowledge as digestible as possible! My writing style is very relaxed, I have no time for jargon because not every one who has heart problems will be a trained Cardiologist. Instead I use language and analogies that anyone can understand.

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www.thepad.pm
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Published on
May 18, 2014
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Pages
30
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Language
English
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Genres
Education / General
Health & Fitness / Diseases / Heart
Medical / Anatomy
Medical / Cardiology
Medical / Physiology
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