Rose’s Pre and post Story From Heart Surgery to Healthy Fit

 

Meet the Medic

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Preparing for Heart Surgery: Going back to Work or Education (9/9)

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Bariatric Surgery Pre-Operative Nutrition Class

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Natural Transformation Before and After Open Heart Surgery (Age 14-17) Chris Petrella

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Jodi Boyce-Thelen’s Recovery from Emergency Heart Surgery

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Organ Story

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Healthy Living: What Changed After Triple Bypass Surgery? Patient Carol

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Rose’s Before and After Story: From Heart Surgery to Healthy & Fit Dear Kelli & Daniel, My name is Rose, I am an 18 year old open heart surgery survivor from the Netherlands, I lost 50 LBS over the past 7 months and I’m still going strong. Take rose hip two hours before or four hours after antacids. Estrogens interacts with ROSE HIP Rose hip contains a large amount of vitamin C. Vitamin C. Before: Rosie O’Donnell After suffering a near-fatal heart attack in August 2012, Rosie O’Donnell (who was 50 years old at the time) was told by her doctors that she needed to lose weight. So for a.

Proceed with caution before having any elective skin surgery, including breast augmentation, tattoos, or piercings because you are likely to develop keloids after. After suffering a heart attack in 2012, O’Donnell set out to seriously lose weight. After trying a few diets, she decided to get gastric-bypass surgery in 2013, according to ABC News.

Since then. Many people don’t feel like eating after having surgery. They are nauseated, constipated, or just not hungry.

Staying hydrated and eating a healthy diet after surgery can help promote healing, minimize common complications, and help you get past unwanted side effects of anesthesia.   Just remember, it is hard to heal if your body doesn. An arm lift, sometimes called an brachioplasty, is a type of cosmetic surgery. It treats sagging underarms by reducing extra skin, tightening and.

Being aware of what to expect before, during, and after surgery can help reduce symptoms of depression. For this reason, it is important. The buoyancy and gentleness of the warm water will ease movement for the post-surgery body.

Learn the best exercises prior to your surgery so you’re ready to begin without start-up troubleshooting. Physical therapy is ready and waiting at the Center. Team with the same practitioner or trainer before and after surgery. A great place to start physical activity after a heart attack is in a cardiac rehabilitation (cardiac rehab) program. Cardiac rehab often involves physical activity and the prescription of safe, personalised exercises to improve heart health.

Before becoming active, speak to your doctor, nurse, health worker or cardiac rehabilitation team.

List of related literature:

Rose’s surgeon delivered the devastating news when she woke up: it wasn’t her gallbladder that was the problem but rather a serious case of cancer.

“Outside the Box Cancer Therapies: Alternative Therapies That Treat and Prevent Cancer” by Dr. Mark Stengler
from Outside the Box Cancer Therapies: Alternative Therapies That Treat and Prevent Cancer
by Dr. Mark Stengler
Hay House, 2018

Rose had undergone an appendectomy at this hospital last year.

“Dead Is the New Black” by Marlene Perez
from Dead Is the New Black
by Marlene Perez
HMH Books, 2008

Rose never wants her hip to be a problem again, so she’s now following a keto diet and doing 36-hour fasts when she can.

“Life in the Fasting Lane: How to Make Intermittent Fasting a Lifestyle and Reap the Benefits of Weight Loss and Better Health” by Dr. Jason Fung, Eve Mayer, Megan Ramos
from Life in the Fasting Lane: How to Make Intermittent Fasting a Lifestyle and Reap the Benefits of Weight Loss and Better Health
by Dr. Jason Fung, Eve Mayer, Megan Ramos
Hay House, 2020

Rose’s most current hospitalization greatly compromised her health.

“Occupational Therapy with Elders E-Book: Strategies for the Occupational Therapy Assistant” by Rene Padilla, Sue Byers-Connon, Helene Lohman
from Occupational Therapy with Elders E-Book: Strategies for the Occupational Therapy Assistant
by Rene Padilla, Sue Byers-Connon, Helene Lohman
Elsevier Health Sciences, 1920

Her heart muscle had been damaged, and the doctors were going to perform coronary angioplasty to reduce the damage and restore blood flow to the heart.

“Dangerous Lies” by Becca Fitzpatrick
from Dangerous Lies
by Becca Fitzpatrick
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2015

Rose was admitted that same day to the acute care hospital with a diagnosis of inoperable metastatic stage IV breast cancer.

“Nursing as Ministry” by Kristen L. Mauk, Mary Hobus
from Nursing as Ministry
by Kristen L. Mauk, Mary Hobus
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019

Rose now speaks graciously about her home health visits, but she still tries to get her doctor to let her drive (Prati, 2008).

“Handbook of Home Health Care Administration” by Marilyn D. Harris
from Handbook of Home Health Care Administration
by Marilyn D. Harris
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

Rose’s lifestyle practices were conducive to good health.

“Essential Concepts for Healthy Living” by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
from Essential Concepts for Healthy Living
by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2009

When Rose Frankel was only 2 years old, she began to experience intestinal and other symptoms that would fill the next 6 years of her life.

“DSM-5 Made Easy: The Clinician's Guide to Diagnosis” by James Morrison
from DSM-5 Made Easy: The Clinician’s Guide to Diagnosis
by James Morrison
Guilford Publications, 2014

Rose considered her recovery a miracle, and no scientists spoke up to disagree with her.

“Last Dance, Last Chance” by Ann Rule
from Last Dance, Last Chance
by Ann Rule
Pocket Books, 2003

Alexia Lewis RD

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  • This is good for to teach teenagers that smoke and eat unhealthy food
    So, my dad is a senior doctor and he said organs are gross

    Me: excuse me what do you mean

  • This video deserves to billion and 1000 subscribers and like like in subscribe on the show I like the shell awesome I never seen this in my life it’s so powerful have you so bad have you have you weapons that so powerful goodbye

  • I got a silly idea from this. I might re-enact meet the medic in a casual server with voice chat when I get a better mic (inspired by lazypurple too btw)

  • Wow….congrats Chris!! I had 2 cardiac arrests back in ’11 and just 3 months later had to have my femoral aorta replaced. It knocked me for a loop to say it nicely. I felt bad all the time, no energy…no desire to do anything for a LONG time mostly because I thought I never WOULD be able to. At 3:41 into this vid, I was built about like that at 54, then the heart decided it wanted a permanent break, and it tried believe me. I went from 175lbs of SOLID to 216lbs of fat and a lot of muscle wasting. I’ve dropped the weight to get back to my normal, but a lot was muscle loss and the belly fat and manboobs I got from layin’ around too much post surgery still wanna stick around. Not something to be proud of and not someting I want people to see after how I USED to look like. I’m allowed to go to the “Y” and work out(free lifetime membership)but my cardiac Dr has put his foot down, at least for now, and informed the people at the “Y” that I’m only to do cardio, and IF I get caught lifting over 10 freakin’ pounds, they can ban me!?? They don’t know that I’m slowly working out at home with just a 45lb set of dumbells for now, and I’m not even lifting all that at once. I know I have to take baby steps at first and get that muscle memory back, keep my diet good and make sure I’m getting the right proteins, amino acids, etc., and just keep on doin’ what I’m doin’, one day at a time, and mostly to not look back! I know you’re a lot younger than I am, but you’re also the first person with a video on YouTube that I’ve seen who’s been through open heart surgery and got right back to the weights…basically it’d be cool to have you as my mentor in getting back in shape again. I’m not fooling myself that I’ll look like you do in the end of the video, but back to the frame at 3:41 I believe is doable, but a friend and mentor would definitely help, with advice, encouragement, new tips and stuff since I never really worked out in a gym to start with…I just had good genes and was lucky to have a sorta good build to begin with….and some physically hard jobs didn’t hurt my build either! haha Now, not so much so, but I’m determined and need some help. If you can help me out, find a way for us to get in touch….Facebook or whatever. It’d be great to have you help me and an honor since we’ve had somewhat similar experiences. If not, at least take care of yourself bro, and again, congrats on beating the odds and bouncing back like you did! Great job!!! 😉