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"Critical Conditions" Wins Best Health Book of the Year Awards

"Critical Conditions: The Essential Hospital Guide to Get Your Loved One Out Alive," by author and patient advocate, Martine Ehrenclou, MA, has been chosen Best Health Book of the Year by Allbooks Review Editor's Choice Awards and Books&

Los Angeles (PRWEB) January 28, 2009 -- "Critical Conditions: The Essential Hospital Guide to Get Your Loved One Out Alive," by author and patient advocate, Martine Ehrenclou, MA, has been chosen Best Health Book of the Year by Allbooks Review Editor's Choice Awards and Books&

"Critical Conditions" is a new book about how to help a loved one survive a hospital stay. Based on over 150 interviews with doctors, registered nurses, hospital staff, families, hundreds of hours of research and Martine's own experiences with multiple family members' hospitalizations, "Critical Conditions" shows the reader how to become a proactive advocate for hospitalized loved ones in order to prevent medical errors, medication mistakes, fatal falls, the spread of hospital-acquired infectious diseases and more. A recovering patient cannot do this for himself. The book also offers extensive information on how to reach the doctors when you really need them -- every time, how to optimize the relationship with the patient's primary nurse to maximize their care, and how to navigate the hospital with confidence.

Hospital patient care has become hazardous to our health. Nearly a quarter of a million deaths were found to be preventable in a two-year period by The Fifth Annual HealthGrades Patient Safety in American Hospitals Study, 2008. If you want your parent, spouse, or good friend to survive their hospital stay, you must be involved, support, and oversee their medical care. "Critical Conditions" shows you how.

This book could help you save a life.

Harvey Mednick
Lemon Grove Press
(310) 471-5677


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