In sickness and in health: Interpersonal risk and resilience in cardiovascular disease

J. M. Ruiz, H. A. Hamann, J. C. Coyne, A. Compare

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Abstract

Charles Jacobs and his wife were going through their normal Saturday morning routine when he experienced sudden and severe chest pressure, radiating pain, nausea, and shortness of breath. Mrs. Jacobs quickly called for paramedics before returning to monitor and comfort her husband while experiencing her own emotional reactions. In the days that followed, Mr. Jacobs was diagnosed with CAD and significant occlusion in several vessels. He underwent coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery and was given a post-surgical regimen of medications, exercise, and diet before being discharged a week after the initial event. Due to the surgical incision and recovery process, Mr. Jacobs must adhere to a number of behavioral restrictions, which limit his ability to do household chores, drive a car and go to his job (he is an independent auto mechanic). In addition to his health and medical regimen concerns, Mr. Jacobs struggles with worries about his family's financial situation. He is also concerned about the prospect of being a burden to his wife, who must help in his care while managing their household and family. Mrs. Jacobs has always been somewhat of a worrier, and this incident has left her concerned about her husband's health and the possibility of life without him. Now her day revolves around her husband, watching what he eats and how he takes his medications, asking him to slow down, and vigilantly monitoring for signs of physical problems. In response to his wife's concerns, Mr. Jacobs tries to convince her of his health by pushing himself to resume his normal activities, while denying his own concerns and suppressing any illness behaviors.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationClinical Psychology and Heart Disease
PublisherSpringer Milan
Pages233-272
Number of pages40
ISBN (Print)8847003776, 9788847003774
DOIs
StatePublished - 2006

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Spouses
Cardiovascular Diseases
Health
Coronary Artery Bypass
Illness Behavior
Allied Health Personnel
Aptitude
Dyspnea
Nausea
Thorax
Exercise
Diet
Pressure
Pain

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  • Medicine(all)

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Ruiz, J. M., Hamann, H. A., Coyne, J. C., & Compare, A. (2006). In sickness and in health: Interpersonal risk and resilience in cardiovascular disease. In Clinical Psychology and Heart Disease (pp. 233-272). Springer Milan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-0378-1_14

In sickness and in health : Interpersonal risk and resilience in cardiovascular disease. / Ruiz, J. M.; Hamann, H. A.; Coyne, J. C.; Compare, A.

Clinical Psychology and Heart Disease. Springer Milan, 2006. p. 233-272.

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Ruiz, JM, Hamann, HA, Coyne, JC & Compare, A 2006, In sickness and in health: Interpersonal risk and resilience in cardiovascular disease. in Clinical Psychology and Heart Disease. Springer Milan, pp. 233-272. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-0378-1_14
Ruiz JM, Hamann HA, Coyne JC, Compare A. In sickness and in health: Interpersonal risk and resilience in cardiovascular disease. In Clinical Psychology and Heart Disease. Springer Milan. 2006. p. 233-272 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-88-470-0378-1_14
Ruiz, J. M. ; Hamann, H. A. ; Coyne, J. C. ; Compare, A. / In sickness and in health : Interpersonal risk and resilience in cardiovascular disease. Clinical Psychology and Heart Disease. Springer Milan, 2006. pp. 233-272
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