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by Lael Wertenbaker

Author: Lael Wertenbaker
Language: English
Publisher: Viking Adult; no edition stated edition (July 18, 1980)
Pages: 344 pages
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Rating: 4.8
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To Mend The Heart book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Lael Wertenbaker.

Thus, Lael Wertenbaker-who has a felicitous way with a phrase-begins her chapter on heart transplants and the .

Thus, Lael Wertenbaker-who has a felicitous way with a phrase-begins her chapter on heart transplants and the work of Christian Barnard, et al. And for the most part, the veteran journalist and author (Death of a Man) celebrates the major events in heart surgery to praiseworthy effect. Wertenbaker reminds us of such now-passÉ methodology as hypothermia (chilling the patient so that the surgeon could briefly cut off the heart's blood supply without endangering the brain cells) or Lillehai's efforts at using a living donor as a lung shunt for the cardiac patient.

Lael Tucker Wertenbaker was an American author and journalist. Wertenbaker was best known for ''Death of a Man,'' her harrowing book about her husband's death. 70929/?tag prabook0b-20.

Find nearly any book by Lael Wertenbaker. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The World of Picasso. ISBN 9780809402427 (978-0-8094-0242-7) Hardcover, Time - Life, 1967.

Home Lael Wertenbaker To Mend the Heart. Bibliographic Details. Title: To Mend the Heart. Publisher: Viking Adult. Publication Date: 1980. ISBN 10: 0670470929, ISBN 13: 9780670470921. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: Book by Wertenbaker, Lael.

Lael Tucker Wertenbaker, journalist and author, dies at age 87 (S. Lael Tucker Wertenbaker, a journalist and author best known for ''Death of a Man,'' her harrowing book about her husband's death, died on Monday at her home in Keene, . She was 87. The cause was lung cancer, said her son, Dr. Christian Wertenbaker. She began her career at Time magazine in 1938 and reported from Berlin on Hitler and the Nazi party in 1940 and 1941. She recounted with pride that an official of the German propaganda ministry called her ''a dangerous woman

In 1942, Wertenbaker married Lael Tucker Wertenbaker, also a Time journalist, whom an official of the German Nazi propaganda ministry called a dangerous woman. Later, she became an author.

In 1942, Wertenbaker married Lael Tucker Wertenbaker, also a Time journalist, whom an official of the German Nazi propaganda ministry called a dangerous woman. In 1955 Lael Tucker Wertenbaker and her son Christian were interviewed by Orson Welles on the Basque Country.

Lael Tucker Wertenbaker. News Books, Jan 1, 1981 - Eye - 159 pages. From inside the book. Presents scientific information and miscellaneous facts on the human eye.

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