The Rise of the Medical Emergency, Pt. 69 - July 29th Reports
Accidents and angels, and the devil's in the details. It's TROME
This has “medical emergency” written all over it.
‘Britney Spears‘ husband Sam Asghari is feeling grateful after his mom made it through a “major accident” on Saturday (July 29).
The 29-year-old model and actor took to social media to inform fans and to let them know how she was doing. He also thanked the medical team that was taking care of her.
“Today my mother was involved in a major accident. She was taken to the emergency room,” he wrote on his Instagram story. “With the amazing help of the medical staff and some friends she’s doing okay and resting it off.”’ [Emphasis added]
Well, you don’t “rest off” a major auto accident. So what kind of “accident” was it? She might have fallen. That can shake you up.
Or her heart might have given out from the shots. That’ll do a number on you, too.
‘A swimmer died in the hospital Saturday after he was rescued by beachgoers off the coast of a nude beach in Monmouth County, officials said.
The man, whose identity was not released as of Monday, was unresponsive when he was pulled to shore out of an unguarded section of Gunnison Beach at Sandy Hook before noon, National Park Service spokeswoman Daphne Yun told Patch.
CPR was performed on the man and he was transported to Monmouth Medical where he was later pronounced dead, Yun added.
This isn't the first drowning reported at Sandy Hook this season: over Memorial Day weekend, there was a drowning at nearby Beach B, another non-lifeguarded section of Sandy Hook. A group of six swimmers were rescued from the ocean on May 28 and one of them, a 15-year-old boy, did not survive.
A missing swimmer’s body was also found Sunday morning at nearby Thompson Park in the Lincroft section of Middletown.’ [Emphasis added]
‘A young trainee doctor in China has been hailed as a true “angel in white” for rushing to rescue a man who fainted on the street in the pouring rain.
The Suzhou University medical student was not in her white coat when she helped the man, though. Instead, she was dressed in a white mullet dress, which became soiled when she knelt by the man’s side on the rain-soaked street.
The incident in Shanghai on July 21 was caught on camera and the videos have been viewed millions of times on Douyin, China’s version of TikTok.’ [Emphasis added]
‘She added that her friends called for an ambulance, and she went with Mr Zhang to the hospital, staying with him until a doctor confirmed that his vital signs had stabilised.’
‘Videos circulated online show the student from Shandong walking alone before suddenly falling forward, landing face first on the road and remaining motionless.’ [Emphasis added]
Tons of these videos coming out of China these days. I haven’t been able to find this one.
‘ONE person was taken to hospital after getting into difficulty in the water at a Pembrokeshire beach.
A number of emergency services were at Newgale beach this morning – Saturday, July 29 – after reports of people in difficulty in the water shortly before 9am.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The Coastguard told the Western Telegraph that there was an incident involving people in difficulty in the water, but did not state how many were involved. The Welsh Ambulance Service stated that one patient was taken to Glangwili Hospital by road after a medical emergency.’ [Emphasis added]
‘Emergency crews responded to a serious incident at the Smith Creek bike trails in West Kelowna on Friday night, where police say one cyclist died.’ [Emphasis added]
‘RCMP confirmed a man was out on a bike ride and it appears he had a medical issue and passed.
There are no criminal concerns at this time, and police say the BC Coroner is the lead investigator for the file.’ [Emphasis added]
No, I disagree. There are MASSIVE criminal concerns at this time.
6) 85-year-old woman unresponsive after being pulled from Long Meadow Pond in Bethlehem, officials say
‘An 85-year-old woman was hospitalized Saturday after she was found unresponsive near the shore of the town beach at Long Meadow Pond, officials said.’ [Emphasis added]
LeClerc said medics performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the woman while they waited for an ambulance. He said she was then transported to Waterbury Hospital and still unresponsive.’ [Emphasis added]
This incident comes just a day after a 75-year-old man died following a medical emergency in Coventry Lake in Coventry and about two weeks after a mother and daughter drowned in the Shetucket River in Sprauge.’
‘One morning in February, Amanda Maple woke up with back pain. The 25-year-old, who lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma, wasn't too worried. She is a regular gym-goer and assumed the pain was down to a strenuous workout—nothing that wouldn't go away by itself.
Perhaps she'd done "an exercise wrong, and maybe it was a pulled muscle," she told Newsweek. A few weeks later, however, she was still in pain so she went to her doctor.
"They said it was muscle spasms as well," she said. "The doctor felt my back and he saw that it was inflamed, so he gave me a shot in my back to relax my muscles.’ [Emphasis added]
‘"I went along with it, and he said the shot will last four to six weeks. It felt better for maybe a couple of hours, and then it went back to the way it was.”’ [Emphasis added]
Yeah. It wasn’t a muscle spasm. It was cancer.
‘After the X-ray, Maple was swiftly admitted to hospital for an MRI scan to get a closer look at her spine.
"That's when they saw that my spine was deteriorating. My cancer was localized, so it was eating away at part of my spine. They knew the spine was really weak in that area because there wasn't a lot of bone density. Your bone shouldn't be hollow, but mine was becoming like that. Even when they did surgery, they said that part of my spine was like mashed potatoes."’ [Emphasis added]
I don’t know why we had to go with a food analogy. Anyway, what the hell kind of cancer is this? I’ve heard about a lot of “localized” cancers, before — pretty sure they’re usually localized to begin with, actually — but I’ve never heard of one eating the bone away before.
‘Maple had to wait a week for the operation, because the hospital needed to bring in a specialist. During that time, she was placed on bed rest as doctors believed she was at risk of paralysis if any further damage was done to her spine. Looking back, she now sees it as "a blessing" that she didn't return to her doctors for her chiropractic appointment, adding that it "could have paralyzed me."’ [Emphasis added]
You bet. And then she would have ruined the chiropractor’s life with a massive lawsuit.
Okay, so, you ready for the diagnosis? Blood cancer. From the article:
What Is Plasmacytoma?
This type of blood cancer can grow in the bones or soft tissue, according to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, part of the National Library of Medicine. It occurs when plasma cells become abnormal and multiply, creating tumors in the bone or tissue.
Plasmacytoma usually presents itself through pain in the affected region, such as the ribs or vertebrae. Less common symptoms are headaches, double vision, ear pain, dizziness or compression fractures.
Dr Claire Murphy is a hemopathologist—specialist in blood diseases—based in Springfield, Oregon. She told Newsweek that plasmacytoma "erodes the bone," leading to pain in that region.
Murphy, who is medical director of the Riverbend Hospital Laboratory in Springfield and a spokesperson for the College of American Pathologists, added that the tumors "are known to destroy the bone where it's growing, which is why patients usually present with pain, often as a result of a broken bone at the site.
"On an X-ray, this is called a lytic lesion, or a dark spot on the bone where it's been destroyed. The vertebral bones which make up the spine are complex, and if there is an area of weakness or fracture, this can affect the connective tissues and other bones around it." [Emphasis added]
‘Her T8 to T10 vertebrae were removed in the intricate operation. "They had to remove three thoracic vertebrae, and then a cage had to go in there to stabilize my back," she said.
"It took surgery to find out what cancer I had, because they had to take out part of that bone—or mashed potatoes—and send it off for a biopsy. That's when they found out that it was cancer.
"It falls under the myeloma [blood cancer] umbrella, but it's specifically called a plasmacytoma and that's because it was localized."’ [Emphasis added]
So, we know a lot about this because it happens all the time, right?
‘It is a rare cancer and "even rarer in young women," Murphy added. The National Center for Biotechnology Information states there are only about 450 cases a year, with a higher prevalence among men aged 55-60.’ [Emphasis added]
These contemptible idiots still baffled? This is criminal negligence at this point.
‘"The whole reason for sharing my story was to inspire people to be an advocate for their health and to stand up for themselves.”’
Hey, that’s why I’m sharing her story, too! But I’m doing it without the rare, bizarre, turbo cancer, thank you very much.
8) After two strokes and heart attack, Pittsylvania County investigator files wage complaint against county
‘In December 2021 Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office investigator Devin Taylor had been working a double-homicide case for five days, getting by on about two hours of sleep per night.’
He was in Lynchburg at an offsite office when he got up to go to the restroom.
“I was really dizzy, my ears started ringing,” recalled Taylor, 48, who is also an EMT. “That’s when I knew then I was getting ready to have a stroke.”’ [Emphasis added]
‘Taylor was “out of it” and tried to sleep it off, but when he got up, he couldn’t even carry himself across the room.
“I had my daughter drive me to the emergency room,” Taylor said.
They went to Carilion Clinic Family Medicine in Rocky Mount, but it was the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and there were no available beds. They went to Centra Gretna, where Taylor underwent a flurry of tests.’ [Emphasis added]
I wonder if he was vaccinated. Hey, you know what else I wonder? I wonder if the people in this town were administered a hot lot. This “no available beds” baloney only happened in a few places. I bet you you could find the hot lots by finding the places where hospital overcrowding was a problem.
‘In February 2022, he returned to work at the sheriff’s office. But the following October, when he was driving home from a trunk or treat event, he felt dizziness and a sharp pain in his forehead, “like somebody hit me with a ball peen hammer.”
It was a second stroke. This time, he temporarily lost his eyesight.’ [Emphasis added]
So, long and short, he can’t work and now he has to sue to cover tens of thousands of dollars of medical bills alone. The fallout continues.
‘Officials are investigating after an inmate at the Anoka County Jail became unresponsive and later died.
According to the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office, an inmate became unresponsive while being attended to by a deputy and medical staff member at around 8 p.m. on July 21.
The deputy and staff member requested assistance from EMS and administered life-saving efforts. The inmate was then taken to a local hospital, where he later died.
It's unclear when he died as the the announcement from the Anoka County Sheriff's Office was released seven days after the incident in the jail occurred.’ [Emphasis added]
‘The Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office and the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office are investigating the incident. No further information, including the inmate’s identity, is currently available.’ [Emphasis added]
Pretty typical reporting. Lots of inmates keeling over, too.