Ever wonder exactly why anesthesiologists describe their job as hours of boredom, moments of panic? With gentle precision, anesthesiologist Wolf Pascoe teases apart an overlooked world and unveils the eggshell dance that takes place at the head of an operating table. A personal odyssey that goes deep into the heart of anesthesia’s scariest mystery–breathing–this short book will change the way you think about life, and breath.
What a wonderful breath of fresh air “Breathing for Two” is. A book that I as a Respiratory Therapist could relate too, but not so technical a book that the average person could not read and enjoy as well. The book chronicles the ups and downs, of life in the operating room, as told by Dr. Wolf Pascoe, anesthesiologist. “Breathing for Two” is a short quick page turner. I suggest you pick it up and give it a read. You won’t be sorry!