The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 33
Shotted: If you own an RV, please don't drive it. You also may want to avoid: Mexico, the clinic, hiking at Arethusa Falls, and watching your neighbor's house burn down.
JUN 23 REPORTS
If you’re not fond of the phrase “Oh my god,” along with the liberal use of a couple key curse words, then go ahead and hit “mute.”
‘Motorists captured and shared dramatic video of an RV swerving all over the Coquihalla Highway between Hope and Merritt in British Columbia last week.
The video was shared on June 15 by Facebook user Amanda-Rae Bystedt.’
‘The video ends as the RV swerves off the road, coming to a stop in a wooded area and apparently catching fire as several other drivers stop to try to help.
While the Facebook post caption suggests that the RV driver was drunk, many Facebook users who viewed the video said that they believe the driver was suffering from some sort of medical emergency.’
The video doesn’t depict what you would tend to think of as the classic medical emergency. It looks more like a drunk driver. The thing is, of course, that can be easily ruled in or out, and almost certainly was ruled out, or else we would have heard about it.
2) Is Guerdy Abraira OK? 'RHOM' star hospitalized after suffering medical emergency while filming in Mexico
‘Guerdy Abraira, a cast member of 'Real Housewives of Miami' recently shared the news of her breast cancer diagnosis. The 45-year-old event planner, who joined the reality show in 2021, now faces another significant health issue.’
This article spends no time beating around the bush. I like it. So what happened?
‘While filming in Mexico City with her co-stars from the show, Guerdy suddenly found herself in a critical situation and in need of urgent medical attention. She was quickly taken to the hospital in an ambulance.’
Ah. I see. The true medical emergency. Let’s hope her doctors don’t stay baffled for too long.
Okay, this one gets a little bit messy. It sounds like the woman is suing the pregnancy center for telling her her fetus was healthy a month before it died. I’m going to refrain from judgment on this case and ask: is this normal at all? Does an infant in utero go from healthy to suddenly dying in a month, in the normal courses of those sad cases? I’m not going to spend a lot of time going into this, except to say that Dr. Naomi Wolf might have a thing or two to say on the topic. This article was published a few days before Rochelle Walensky announced her resignation from the CDC: Pfizer, FDA & CDC Knew Dire Harm to Babies: Dr. Walensky Urged Vaccination for Pregnant Women Anyway.
But back to the matter at hand:
‘In the suit, the woman claims she made an appointment at Clearway Clinic on Shrewsbury Street after looking up ultrasound services online.
During her appointment in October 2022, she claims she was told she had a viable pregnancy, according to a press statement from Reproductive Equity Now, an organization that advocates for protection and expansion of “abortion access and reproductive equity for everyone,” according to its website. However, a month later, the woman says she experienced a sharp and shooting pain and had to be rushed to the emergency room.’
Equity? Communists. Probably trying to destroy the clinic for some reason, or else just trying to line their pockets to gain more influence and power. So much for refraining from judgment. Lol.
Anyway, what else is there about this spurious nonsense of a lawsuit?
‘The woman was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy, which ruptured and caused internal hemorrhaging. She had to undergo emergency surgery to stop the bleeding that resulted in the removal of one of her fallopian tubes, according to the statement from Reproductive Equity Now.
The lawsuit alleges that the nurse who performed the ultrasound at Clearway Clinic a month prior to the rupture did not “undertake sufficient medical measures to assure (her) that her pregnancy was in utero and thus viable.”’
Wow. So, she was very seriously harmed, and she needs help, and so now she’s suing. What a mess. Again, though -- the crux of this case seems to be the sudden death of the infant in utero — the suddenness of it per se. You go to these kinds of checks to see if the fetus is healthy. Since — oh, we know — “it happens all the time,” these ectopic pregnancies — one would expect the clinic in question to have experience with cases like this one. They say they do not:
‘“Clearway Clinic has served more than 10,000 women and their families in the Worcester area for the past 22 years at no cost and have never had a complaint like this in the past. We hope to continue to provide needed services to women and their families in Massachusetts for many more years.”’
Anyway, long and short: I’m only really including this one because it seems like a bit of a medical mystery to go from healthy to dead so quickly. But I could be wrong on that. Other than that, this belongs to a rapidly-emerging new category adjacent to the “medical emergency.” I would call it the legal-fallout-from-the-vaccine-carnage category, and I would say it needs a new name. It is an emerging menace. We might be in a bit of a butterfly-and-hurricane moment with these weird changes to the legal landscape as the baffled barristers and baffled counsels and baffled expert witnesses all follow their blind leaders into baffled courtrooms and baffled legislative houses and create for us a thoroughly confused and utterly baffled body of law.
‘At approximately 3:40 p.m., New Hampshire Fish and Game Conservation Officers responded to a hiker experiencing a medical emergency on the Arethusa Falls Trail. Samantha Verdon, 27, from Nashua, NH, left the parking area around 12:00 p.m. On the way back from the falls Verdon fell ill and alerted 911.
At 4:15 p.m., Conservation Officers headed up the Arethusa Falls Trail to assist Verdon walk out under her own power at approximately 5:14 p.m. to meet an awaiting Bartlett Jackson Ambulance. Verdon refuse transport and left with her hiking partner.’
‘All occupants were out of the mobile home during the fire. One resident experienced a medical emergency unrelated to the fire, and officials said they are being treated and transported.’