Pulse: More Voices is the second published collection of Pulse writing. It contains every story and poem published in Pulse between April 24, 2009 and December 31, 2010, including:
Each Day, Same Story: An intern describes her most compelling patient--the one who drives her crazy.
Late Again: A family physician figures out why he always runs behind.
One More Child Left Behind: A six-year-old has a broken arm, but no one can find a specialist to treat him.
The Resilient Heart: Stabbed in the aorta, a man lives to tell the cheerful tale.
Confessions of a Seventy-Five-Year-Old Drug Addict: A pelvic fracture has unintended consequences.
Perri Klass MD had this to say about Pulse: The First Year, the first collection of Pulse stories poems, in her Journal of the American Medical Association review:
"All of the stories in this book...are told with a kind of urgency; these encounters change lives and mark memories. This collection is in some sense about writing for one's life..."
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About the Author
Diane Guernsey is executive editor of Pulse--voices from the heart of medicine. A former senior editor and longtime contributor at Town & Country Magazine, she now writes about health, medicine and related topics for Consumer Reports and other publications. Diane's career extends to other fields as well. She is a classical pianist, teaching piano and coaching singers at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY, and she is also a licensed psychoanalyst.