Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) July 02, 2012
HeartValveSurgery.com, the leading educational resource for patients with heart valve disease, announced today the release of the 5th edition of The Patient’s Guide To Heart Valve Surgery in both eBook and paperback formats.
Written by Adam Pick, a double heart valve surgery patient, the 2012 revision includes over 200 pages of useful information that guides patients through the entire surgical process – from diagnosis to recovery.
“I never imagined this book would make it to a 5th edition,” notes Adam Pick, the author and founder of HeartValveSurgery.com, “I’m so happy to know that the book continues to help patients and caregivers all over the world.”
The new edition of the book includes several contributions from leading surgeons that specialize in heart valve disease and treatment. Dr. Patrick McCarthy, Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Dr. Steven Bolling, Director of The Mitral Valve Clinic at the University of Michigan, Dr. Marc Gillinov, co-Author of Heart 411 and staff surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic, and Dr. David Adams, Chairman of Cardiothoracic Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, all share unique insights and clinical research within the book.
“The Patient’s Guide To Heart Valve Surgery is the most thorough, patient-oriented book on heart valve surgery. It has all the answers. I strongly recommend it," stated Dr. David Adams.
The 5th edition of The Patient’s Guide To Heart Valve Surgery will be offered exclusively through HeartValveSurgery.com in both eBook and paperback formats. To learn more about this unique book, please click here.
Founded by Adam Pick in 2006, HeartValveSurgery.com has helped millions of patients with heart valve disease including narrow heart valves, leaking heart valves and congenital defects. The website includes several unique features including a social network, a surgeon finder, a cardiac clinics directory, educational videos and an interactive blog. In 2011, the website hosted 1.2 million patient and caregiver visits.
To learn more about HeartValveSurgery.com, please click here.