18 Burst results for "Cardiac Illness"

"cardiac illness" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.

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Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

Optimal Living Daily

02:40 min | 9 months ago

Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"In a lot of those services had to be provided one by one by the lcs ws and enough that. I had working for me. The ones that i supervise. You know as well as the activity leaders and people like that. Who are unlicensed. Providing a lot of the day to day activities like they would open up the activity room so the class computers and things like that so over the many years that you worked at would you say some of the biggest impacts its had on mental health service providers but on the community of san francisco at large and blood. You asked me that question. Because i think there's a lot of people who don't really understand how this facility fits in to the rest of mental health services in san francisco. There's nothing that's going to stop the revolving door of clients that have very severe psychiatric conditions periodically because these are chronic conditions. Where people do have relapses from time to time. You have a condition like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder or severe substance use disorder. Along with that you can expect that every once in a while. Somebody's been stop taking their medication or their medications poop out. And you know they're going to have a recurrence of symptoms and so there is sometimes need to be rehospitalization in so there is going to somewhat be a revolving door where people are going to be in the community for a while doing well and then there's going to be a little flare up of symptoms like you have with any other kind of medical illness like you might have with cardiac illness or diabetes or anything else so if you didn't have this level of care what would happen is people. Were go to psych emergency in. They need longer term care than that they would go to the acute care units upstairs. At general for example may go up to seven be they would stabilize a bit. They would go to seven c which is less acute unit than seven. Be there and then if they were stable enough from there they would go back into the community and for most people that system alone works just fine but there's a subset of clients that never works fine for that. When they get these stabilize they need longer. Term stabilization is reasonable for in acute care unit to provide. And so what happens is if you're put in an acute care unit and you don't meet what's called medical necessity like basically what your insurance.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on Cardionerds

"The day of presentation she reported worsening pain fevers as high. As one hundred and four fahrenheit in the clinic she was noted to be tackled kartik to the one sixties systolic blood pressures in the low. One hundred's thus she was sent to the for further evaluation and eventually admitted to the internal medicine service for management while sounds like location suck ultralights summary in. Hpi sounds to me like she could be suffering from infection potentially having worsening of her crohn's flare were that some other underlying systemic processes going on that we're not sure of why don't we dive deep into her past medical history and go further okay. So as i mentioned she has a past history of crohn's disease endometriosis anxiety and also depression. Her past surgical history is notable for prior c section in laparoscopy for endometriosis. She has no of known family history of auto immune or cardiac illness for social history. She's never smoked. She rarely drinks alcohol and denies illicit drug use. She's married in works as a manager and she's a mother to a young child medicine. She takes modine. Atlema a multivitamin prentice zone. Fifteen milligrams twice daily in tylenol. Prn she's allergic to penicillins. Clinton mice in ciprofloxacin aj with those vital signs in the clinic in that story. What do you think the primary team is thinking. Thus far yet saone niffer was saying. We have a young patient who was chronically immunosuppressed presenting to the clinic with abdominal symptoms. I definitely think crows flares pretty hiring a differential but we also have to think about substance in considering treatment for each is very different. It'll be crucial that we should out as soon as possible have identified the underlying cause of her condition. Sione why don't you take us through the rest of her hospital course and ultimately why you guys were consulted and aj. I just have to say that. I really appreciate you talking about sepsis. All of the treatment. She's on for crohn's disease is immuno compromising you think about sepsis. Is this a sepsis that look glasses to a gi source potentially even related to crohn's disease with fistula krones and our preparation possible abscess formation or. Is this completely unrelated to crohn's related. Sepsis crohn's related abdominal infection. Could this be something else entirely again. Because his patient is pretty profoundly even a compromise especially with the recent escalation for steroid use so definitely thinking about the host here in her predispositions. But she's coming in with fever and a lot of red flags for an infection that may or may not be related directly crumbs. So let's hear what happens next. Because i'm quite concerned about this patient. Well the next day she was noted to having acute worsening of her abdominal pain associated with fevers stolac blood pressures in the nineties. Cat scan at that time showed free air with concern for perforation of june. She was started on aggressive ivy resuscitation or antibiotics were brought in and she was taken emergency to the or for exploratory laparoscopy in the or. She underwent small bauer sections times three with the primary estimates attempts to unfortunately she required multiple pressures post operative -ly secondary to suspected septic shock as her estimated blood loss was pretty minimal about twenty sees. During the case. Her antibiotics were continued. She was started on stress. Dose steroids given her chronic steroid use and up triage to the sick. You pathology results from. Oahu showed chronic transferral inflammation which was at that time attributed to involvement by crohn's disease they continued aggressive management with fluid pressures broad spectrum antibiotics in iv steroids for crohn's flair and suspected sepsis. She take him back to the. Or on hospital day..

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They lead Tio explosive growth growth of these fires as a result of the hot and windy Very, very low humidity conditions. They were so extraordinary yesterday in the state of Washington. Fires were also raging in Oregon and California, pumping thick smoke and ash into the air, causing poor and in some areas hazardous air quality. Let's bring in Bonnie homes. Gen. Chief of the Health and Exposure Assessment Branch. In the research division of the California air Resource is bored, Bonnie welcome. Glad to be here. Well, how dangerous is the smoke and the ash that's in the air to the respiratory system, especially when it's so dense Yes, Smoke particles of soot in the ash and the dust are very dangerous and you can build up in our bodies and they can cause a number of immediate health problems ranging from, you know, itching, burning eyes and a scratchy throat and shortness of breath but also can cause long term problems, and Khun particularly cause problems for anyone who has asthma. Or other lung or cardiac illnesses. Anybody with existing longer or heart conditions is particularly vulnerable to smoke. So is there anything that can be done, though? Other than just staying inside and closing all the windows? Is that even a possibility? Well, we do recommend that if you can smell smoke, and if you look on the smoke map and see that your area is affected It probably is best to stay indoors and Tio use your air conditioning and to make sure that you have a clean air space. It is important to protect your lungs. Lungs are very sensitive lungs are not meant to breathe in these amounts of hazardous particles. So it is important to protect yourself and stay indoors and again, make sure you have the clean air environment use high efficiency particulate filter and your air conditioning system if you can. And for those of us who are not in the West right now, give us a sense. Is it changing by the hour due Do people have to keep track all the time of what's happening with the air quality? Or is it typically you know, it's It's really bad for a couple of days. And then maybe it gets better. I would recommend that people become very familiar with sites like air now dot gov. That provides the latest monitoring information. People can look at the air quality by ZIP code, and I do think it's important to check it several times throughout the day because the air quality conditions do change. Depending on the smoke from the fires. Yesterday, the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, said the states seven day positivity rate of Corona virus cases has Dropped, as is the hospitalization rate. Could the air pollution as a result of these wildfires have any effect in the context of covert 19? Well, we know from research that's been conducted that people that live in areas where there's long term exposure to elevated levels of air pollution are at greater risk for hospitalizations or deaths from Cove in 19, so we do know this from from research. Basically smoke pollution is an assault on the lungs and anybody who has AH compromised lungs or heart because of existing conditions is at higher risk. So we do encourage people to take protective measures that particularly if they are especially vulnerable, are sensitive to pollution or have any existing respiratory infections. Obviously fires happen every year in parts of the West. How does this compare though in terms of the air quality to previous years that you've been around? You know the air quality and the fires have been particularly dangerous. This year. We've had areas across the state experiencing poor air quality ranging from unhealthy for sensitive groups to unhealthy to even hazardous conditions. We've had more than a quarter of the state that's been experiencing fires and bad air quality. So you know it is a particularly bad year for air quality, and people need to be particularly concerned and take protective measures to protect their lungs. Do you expect the bad error to spread to the East as the winds carry it across state lines? Yes, The smoke can be carried across state lines to neighboring states are fires in California are affecting surrounding states and the smoke can have a quite a wide Rita Khun travel thousands of miles People do need to be aware of that. And that's why it's really important to to check the latest air now, Doc of maps and see where the smoke is affecting areas. That is Bonnie homes Jan. Who is the chief of the health and exposure assessment prints in the research division of the California.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"New remains discovered within walking distance of where the skeletal remains of another soldier Gregory Weddle moralis were discovered last week officials have said foul play is suspected in both cases though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances ABC's Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee Freddie Cole died in Atlanta a pianist and vocalist his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole died of complications of cardiac illness Freddy Cole was eighty eight years old you're listening to ABC news from the W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic center overnight road work continues in Dade County looks like I. ninety five being tended to in both directions in between the airport express way and one hundred fifty First Street that's going to include work in the express lanes in Broward county turnpike is being worked on right near I. seventy five is the turnpike widening project is taking place and further up in Broward turn pike being worked on near sunrise Boulevard which includes ramp and turnpike improvements altogether your exports in thirty minutes hi Michael cognac newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. vice president Mike pence is canceling a trip to Florida due to the corona virus concerns the vice president wants to meet with the governor on the Santa sometime next week what has decided to opt out for now due to the uptick in corridors cases in the state pence was also have travelled Arizona me with governor Doug Ducey but he's canceled that trip as well several young protesters in racial activists took part in a virtual town hall including the Florida regional director Brice Graham of the al Sharpton led national action network there is a different outcry as it relates to this movement I believe that people are now waking up to a different sets as it relates to justice and what it looks like democratic congresswoman Lois Frankel held the van a day after the house passed the George Floyd justice in policing act a Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission officers being remembered by family and friends services were held for FWC officer Julian Keene king was shot and killed on June fourteenth in Hendry county when he was off duty trying to stop a hit and run driver no shirt no mass no service Broward mayor Dale Holness is promising there will be strict enforcement of the emergency orders which are now in effect we don't want to get to the place where we have to ration care for people who are ill from covert nineteen all for any of the illness the executive orders allow the immediate closure of restaurants and businesses that don't abide by social distancing and mask use rules Orlando police are investigating after black lives matter street painting was vandalized the painting on Roslyn Avenue near lake Eden park someone wrote not enough and abolish police over the huge B. L. M. lettering police chief Rolando real loan tweeted saying vandalism isn't the way to bring about positive change to the community with Florida's news nineteen you jail from smartphones.

"cardiac illness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Longer to be seen on Mississippi's flag both houses of the state's legislature approving a bill to do away with the stars and bars democratic state senator David Jordan we want tourists to come here so we got a banner that will be acceptable even Republican state senator Chad McMahon college the times have changed it's a different generation Mississippi the hospitality stated you know as a generation X. or when I look at the flag off all of the all of the due to hazards the world Japan to pandemic milestones five hundred thousand confirmed deaths worldwide in ten million confirmed cases governments that attempted re openings including some state governments in the U. S. continue to backtrack and warned worse news could still be coming president trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban linked fighters bounties to kill U. S. troops in after Afghanistan later he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't incredible enough to tell him house speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report this is as bad as it gets and yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being brief whether it's or not his administration knows the speaker on ABC's this week broadcast alarmist development in Texas in the search for missing army private first class Vanessa again missing from Fort Hood since April unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation those new remains discovered within walking distance of where the skeletal remains of another soldier Gregory Weddle moralis were discovered last week officials have said foul play is suspected in both cases though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances ABC's Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee Freddie Cole died in Atlanta a pianist and vocalist his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole died of complications of cardiac illness Freddy Cole was eighty eight years old you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK house speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's time to require Americans to wear a mask to fight cool of iris on ABC's this week the California Democrat called on president trump to be an example to everybody around the country trump has been criticized for not wearing a mask in public for police officers in San Jose are being suspended and investigated after making racist remarks on social media the investigation is growing out of the post on medium by an anonymous author which includes screenshots of posts from a private Facebook group one current officer wrote that black lives don't really matter another big company is pressing pause on advertising on Facebook and other social media platforms Starbucks says it stopping ads on platforms because more needs to be done to create a more inclusive online communities I'm making my goddess checking KFBK traffic.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC News. I'm Richard can soothe Confederate Battle Emblem no longer to be seen on Mississippi's flag, both houses of the state's legislature approving a bill to do away with the Stars and bars. Democratic state Senator David Jordan. We want Sure is to come here, so we got a banner that would be acceptable. Even Republican State Senator Chad McMahon acknowledged the Times have changed. It's a different generation. Mississippi's the Hospitality stated. You know, as a generation, except when I look at the flag. I thought that I thought of the Dukes of Hazzard, the world's path to pandemic milestones, 500,000 confirmed deaths worldwide in 10 million confirmed cases Governments that attempted re openings, including some state governments in the US continue to backtrack and warn worsened. Whose could still becoming president. Trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban link fighters bounties to kill U. S troops and after Afghanistan later, he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't the incredible enough to tell him. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report. This is as bad as it gets. And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being briefed whether it is or not, his administration knows the speaker on ABC is this week broadcast an ominous development in Texas in the search for missing Army private first class Vanessa again missing from Fort Hood since April, unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation. Those new remains discovered within walking distance. Where the skeletal remains of another soldier, Gregory Wedel Morales were discovered last week. Officials have said foul play is suspected. In both cases, though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances. ABC is Trevor Ault. Four time Grammy nominee Freddy Cole died in Atlanta. A pianist and vocalist, his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole, died of complications of cardiac illness. Freddy Cole was 88 years old. You're listening to ABC news care when use radio time is 12. 02 families and union members gather to remember the GBS meatpacking plant employees. Who died of covert 19 We honor our sister 10. My brother's soul. Truby CEO Eduardo Way and Daniel Patty wrangles. Father was one of the workers who died. I'm a registered nurse. And I was there that day we had to shut the bent off my father. Six plant workers and one corporate GBS employee died from the virus. The Aurora Police Department says that used pepper spray at a protest. During what it called a dangerous situation. Aurora interim police chief Vanessa Wilson element that it was determined to create havoc, regardless of other people in the crowd trying to sway them, Um there were people that were on with handguns in the crowd as well as a life. Hundreds of people gather to protest the death of 23 year old Elijah McClane. Who died during a violent altercation with Aurora police. Three people were arrested at the protest. Advocates for student equality have a message for DPS Board of education, equitable distribution about resources with greater emphasis on historically and systemically marginalized community and ensure that all proposed touch do not disproportionately affects force. Primarily serving black brown working class co founder of Transform Education Now Nicholas Martinez. School district's from around the country are facing drastic cuts because of the Corona virus pandemic. Boulder County deputies say a 23 year old hiker died when he fell 30 feet. Near South Boulder Peak. It happened last week. During an evening thunderstorm. Deputies say the man in a 19 year old woman became stranded near the summit. He fell and hit his head. He died at the hospital. Our next update is coming up a 12 30 I'm Danko Shell on Carolyn Use Radio, 8:50 a.m. and 90 for one FM. Mr.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm Richard can soothe the Confederate battle emblem no longer to be seen on Mississippi's flag, both houses of the state's legislature approving a bill to do away with the Stars and bars. Democratic state Senator David Jordan. We want Sure is to come here, so we got a banner that would be acceptable. Even Republican State Senator Chad McMahon acknowledged that times have changed. It's a different generation, Mississippi's the hospitality stated. You know as a generation, except when I look at the flag, I thought I thought of the Dukes of Hazzard. The world's a path to pandemic milestones, 500,000 confirmed deaths worldwide in 10 million confirmed cases. Governments that attempted re openings, including some state governments in the US, continue to backtrack and worn worse news could still becoming president. Trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban link fighters bounties to kill U. S. Troops in Afghanistan. Later, he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't the incredible enough to tell him House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report. This is as bad as it gets. And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being briefed whether it is or not, his administration knows the speaker on ABC is this week broadcast an ominous development in Texas and the search for missing Army private first class Vanessa again missing from Fort Hood since April, unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation. Those new remains discovered within walking distance. Where the skeletal remains of another soldier, Gregory Wedel Morales were discovered last week. Officials have said foul play is suspected. In both cases, though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances. A B C's Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee, Freddy Cole died in Atlanta A pianist and vocalist, his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole, died of complications of cardiac illness. Freddy Cole was 88 years old. You're listening to ABC news. The IRS finally caught up with Louis hadn't paid my taxes in eight years. A lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're going to take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish. Okay. They don't care..

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on KOMO

"To be seen on Mississippi's flag, both houses of the state's legislature approving a bill to do away with the Stars and bars, Democratic State Senator David Jordan. We want tourists to come here, so we got a banner that would be acceptable. Even Republican State Senator Chad McMahon acknowledged that times have changed. It's a different generation, Mississippi's the hospitality stated. You know as a generation, except when I look at the flag, I thought I thought of the Dukes of Hazzard, The world's Japan to pandemic milestones, 500,000 confirmed deaths worldwide in 10 million confirmed cases Governments that attempted re openings, including some state governments in the US, continue to backtrack and worn worse news could still becoming president. Trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban link fighters bounties to kill U. S troops and after Afghanistan later, he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't Incredible enough to tell him House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report. This is as bad as it gets. And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being briefed whether it is or not, his administration knows the speaker on ABC is this week broadcast an ominous development in Texas in the search for missing Army private first class Vanessa gin missing from Fort Hood since April, unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation. Those new remains discovered within walking distance. Where the skeletal remains of another soldier, Gregory Wedel Morales were discovered last week. Officials have said foul play is suspected. In both cases, though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances. A B C's Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee, Freddy Cole died in Atlanta A pianist and vocalist, his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole, died of complications of cardiac illness. Freddy Cole was 88 years old. You're listening to ABC News. The I. R s finally caught up with Louis hadn't paid my taxes in eight years old. I raise a lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're going to take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish, Okay. They don't care. They're gonna take you Take Louis found out about Optima Tax relief. The leading tax resolution firm, A plus rated by the better Business Bureau. They've resolved over 1/2 $1,000,000,000 for their clients often attacks. They help me. They call me now. You feel comfortable and I trust Lou. He has a lot to be thankful for. What.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"State senator David Jordan we want tourists to come here so we got a band of that would be acceptable even Republican state senator Chad McMahon college the times have changed it's a different generation Mississippi the hospitality stated you know as a generation X. or when I look at the flag off all of the all of the due to hazards the world Japan to pandemic milestones five hundred thousand confirmed deaths worldwide in ten million confirmed cases governments that attempted re openings including some state governments in the U. S. continue to backtrack and warned worse news could still be coming president trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban linked fighters bounties to kill U. S. troops in after Afghanistan later he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't incredible enough to tell him house speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report this is as bad as it gets and yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being brief whether it's or not his administration knows the speaker on ABC's this week broadcast Alanis development in Texas in the search for missing army private first class Vanessa again missing from Fort Hood since April unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation those new remains discovered within walking distance of where the skeletal remains of another soldier Gregory Weddle moralis were discovered last week officials have said foul play is suspected in both cases though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances A. B. C.'s Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee Freddie Cole died in Atlanta a pianist and vocalist his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole died of complications of cardiac illness.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Out a banner that would be acceptable. Even Republican State Senator Chad McMahon acknowledged that times have changed. It's a different generation. Mississippi's the hospitality stated. You know, as a generation, except when I look at the flag, I thought I thought of the Dukes of Hazzard. The world's a path to pandemic milestones, 500,000 confirmed deaths worldwide in 10 million confirmed cases Governments that attempted re openings, including some state governments in the US, continue to backtrack and worn worse news could still becoming president. Trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban link fighters bounties to kill US troops in Afghanistan. Later, he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't the incredible enough to tell him House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report. This is as bad as it gets. And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being briefed whether it is or not, his administration knows the speaker on ABC is this week broadcast an ominous development in Texas in the search for missing Army private first class Vanessa gin missing from Fort Hood since April, unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation. Those new remains discovered within walking distance. Where the skeletal remains of another soldier, Gregory Wedel Morales were discovered last week. Officials have said foul play is suspected. In both cases, though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances. A B C's Trevor all four time Grammy nominee Freddy Cole died in Atlanta A pianist and vocalist, his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole, died of complications of cardiac illness. Freddy Cole was 88 years old. You're listening to ABC News. The I. R s finally caught up with Louis. I haven't paid my taxes in eight years. A lot of money. Louis was in deep trouble. We're going to take your house. Put a lien on your bank account. Garnish, Okay, They don't care. They're going to take you back. Louis found out about Optima tax relief. The leading tax resolution berm, A plus rated by the better Business Bureau. They've resolved over 1/2 $1,000,000,000 for their clients often attacks They help me calm me down. You feel comfortable and I trust Lou. He has a lot to be thankful for..

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"On Mississippi's flag both houses of the state's legislature approving a bill to do away with the stars and bars democratic state senator David Jordan we want tourists to come here so we got a banner that will be acceptable even Republican state senator Chad McManigal as the times have changed it's a different generation Mississippi the hospitality stated you know as a generation X. or when I look at the flag off although the thought of the due to hazards the world Japan to pandemic milestones five hundred thousand confirmed deaths worldwide in ten million confirmed cases governments that attempted re openings including some state governments in the U. S. continue to backtrack and warned worse news could still be coming president trump denied he was briefed about Russia offering Taliban linked fighters bounties to kill U. S. troops in after Afghanistan later he tweeted that the intelligence community told him the information wasn't incredible enough to tell him house speaker Nancy Pelosi demanding the White House report this is as bad as it gets and yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score denies being breached whether it's or not his administration knows the speaker on ABC's this week broadcast Alanis development in Texas in the search for missing army private first class finesse again missing from Fort Hood since April unidentified remains were found in a field near the military reservation those new remains discovered within walking distance of where the skeletal remains of another soldier Gregory Weddle moralis were discovered last week officials have said foul play is suspected in both cases though they haven't found any credible link between the two disappearances ABC's Trevor Ault four time Grammy nominee Freddie Cole died in Atlanta a pianist and vocalist his manager says the younger brother of Nat King Cole died of complications of cardiac illness Freddy Cole was eighty eight years old you're listening to ABC news the I. R. S. finally caught up with Louis I haven't paid my taxes in eight years R. O. D. R. as a lot of money Louis was in deep trouble take your house put a.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The fifty first anniversary of the Stonewall inn uprising in New York City which sparked the modern LGBTQ plus movement many celebrations have gone virtual due to the pandemic seven states marking record cases of COPD nineteen this weekend Arizona Florida Georgia Idaho South Carolina Tennessee Utah New York which was once the epicentre reported five Colby nineteen related deaths the lowest since March California putting new restrictions in place ABC's world car California is shutting down bars in Los Angeles in several other counties as the coronavirus surges across the state we're seeing more younger patients who are getting admitted to the hospital people are not wearing mask as much as they were before the abrupt about face coming just one week after LA bars re open this is ABC news coach is coming off the sidelines and taking the call for equality to center court ABC's whit Johnson has more on the tweet from Duke university's basketball coach that's gained support across the country do we not see the problem the disease the plague that has been with our country for four centuries reactions now pouring in even from one of Duke's former players Jeff Capel I'm not surprised by coach feis message what he's tried to do is that he's tried to listen he's tried to learn he's tried to educate themselves Capel the current university of Pittsburgh head coach an active participant in conversations about racial injustice she chef ski and cable joining a host of other college coaches who released statements and pursued action jazz legend Freddie Cole has died at eighty eight his family confirmed to ABC news he died from complications of cardiac illness he's the younger brother of Nat King Cole why don't we ABC news I've always wanted to learn another language so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And welcome to centered on health hi how are you Sir I am doing quite well and I appreciate you taking time out of your busy day because it does nothing if there's one thing I do know is that you cardiologists and one of the hardest working groups of physicians in the world we're we're definitely busy that's true so what was the big turning point in your life that said I want to be a physician and you know I have a position in my family both my parents are positions that I think is part of it I just I would be exposed to at an early age and then as I continued to go through school it just means more more appealing to me as I learned more about it so am I actually don't remember a time where I didn't want to be a doctor if they win the turning point was sh Y. cardiology you know I think the obvious reason is and that might bother the cardiologists and it was an early influence on him but even when I got medical school and really got to discover all the different and possibilities I just found that the heart is really fascinating it's very complex and what I love the most is that heart disease touches all different types of people all ages both genders every race so I was excited to get into a field where I can meet pace and and literally every walk of life and not really limit myself to that type of patients I would see and I think that and that their most exciting part of cardiology well one of the things that special but you at least for your particular practice is that you have a big concern about cardiac disease in the female population well how did you get shifted and looking at that you know I think being a one engine naturally makes you interested and women's health weather and it really no matter what specialty year end and historically the medical field and and cardiologists in general has not been very good at treating women part complaint historically we know that women have been under treated and under diagnosed and I think that there's been a lot of advances and improvements in that over the last ten fifteen twenty years but when I was in training I was distracted all the nuances and different things that women might feel differently than men or might experience differently and to me that's a very interesting and in terms of my own practice what will come back to that when talking about some of the signs and symptoms but are there any cardiac illnesses that affect women more so than men or affect women differently than what they may affect the men there are I think in terms of symptoms that's probably the most and talked about the difference between men and women there is a whole gamut of cardiac diseases but as an interventional cardiologists I'm mostly interested in coronary disease or blockages in the arteries that supply blood to the heart and if you consider the text books symptoms for a heart attack they're they're generally based on what many experience so when you look at someone on TV having a heart attack they have chest pain from the center of the tent then they get hot chants and they get hot and sweaty and short of breath and dizzy and for a long time we were taught those are the symptoms of a heart attack but now we know that women might not even have chest pain when they're having a heart attack they might feel profoundly weak or nauseous they might feel dizzy or short of breath but they don't necessarily have that classic chest pain but that's just one example of how women might be different than men in their experience of heart disease and then other things like and the women who have a very common originally called atrial fibrillation are actually more likely to have strokes as a result of that Britney and then men are and that's not something that we necessarily knew up until quite recently there's lots of different ways that men and women are different and when it comes to their heart health and but men and women are both very much affected by these diseases six well how common are they grow broad spectrum of things called cardiac disease are these conditions I am very common so both for men and women cardiovascular disease which is a broad term that heart disease is the number one cause of death for men and for women in the United States for white people for black people and the number two cause of death for Hispanics so basically everyone in the United States will be affected by cardiovascular disease at some point Wayne yes sorry yes I thank yeah yeah it doesn't matter the age of an individual not really I mean if we're looking at heart attacks your risk of having a heart attack if you're a man increases after the age of forty five if you look at a woman their risk of having a heart attack increases at the age of fifty five but that's not to say that people younger than those ages don't have a heart attack isn't there a risk increases at a much higher rate after that we've seen plenty of thirty year old who come to the hospital with heart attacks than well but not the majority of patients that is something we see relatively frequently six so let's go back to something this kind of general when we talk think about the heart tell me what it's actual function is well most of the section of the heart to main purpose purpose of the hardest to circulate blood throughout the body the heart and this is the primary organs that keep the body going because all the organs in the body have to get blood oxygen nutrients and the heart function to distribute supplies so tell me a little bit about the anatomy the structures in sure so there are what's the complex ways described the heart but I think if you think about the heart and it's basic way think about it at the house rupture there are two chambers on top on the left and right side and there are two chambers on the bottom on the left and right side there is an electrical system that was throughout the heart that causes the heart to beat in a certain way and then there are there's a plumbing system in the heart which the coronary arteries and that allows the blood flow directly to the heart muscle so the anatomy of the heart it involves chambers and electrical system and arteries and all of those properties are all of those aspects of the heart have to function normally and Ford in order for the heart to function normally and circulate the blood throughout the body so when we come back from this break we're gonna talk a little bit about how that anatomy affects certain presentations of cardiac disease we're gonna be coming back on Senate on health with Baptist health will newsradio eight forty W. 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"cardiac illness" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

07:13 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on Politics: Meet Me in the Middle

"We're back with Dr Vrinda saying and Dr Steven taback talking about some of the some of the effects of covert in what we're doing about it to Dr Sanguine someone's in the hospital and they're a covert patient and their positive and perhaps they're in the ICU and there's there because their heart condition has led to a more serious illness with covert. Do you get called in on such cases or are they really just being treated for covert at that point? Yeah that's actually a very good question and a very good point. I think Kovic was the the leading diagnosis covid. Was what we were treating one two and three The patients that did develop a myocarditis. We might have gotten called in to see if we could do a support device or even consider at Mora L. bad some of these advanced support devices. The good news was very few patients that required that The bad news. Was that if you have to go down that pathway you're not going to do. It was really covid. That's what we're treating Kobe. Long support oxygenation. Have you change your strategy? At all relative to cardiac illness when Cobra's involved versus some other maybe viral myocarditis or viral cardiomyopathy or other forms of cardiomyopathy. Has Your have your strategies changed. What have you learned so far? So we've learned From the cardiac effects of Kobe. There were three buckets right so some patients leaked your own and trombone is the first marker for damage to your. Heart Muscle Often times when people are I'm heart attacks. That's one of the markers that will cease. Start showing up in the blood Proponents were elevated in Cova positive patients. The second group of patients was really this group of patients which we learned very early on their. Ekg's looked like an acute heart attack. Look I guess the allegations and we would take them to the lab and people were taking them to the Cath lab doing Nance ribs and there was no significant stretch. So there was this. Ekg evidence of a heart attack we went down to our normal pathways is going to be a blocked. Artery would open it and we've noticed that there wasn't any major walk inches and then the third bucket is the most severe bucket the one that I just alluded to when people had direct mile card ideas from it direct myocarditis in the setting of critically. Ill patient multi-system failure as you know. Steve. Those patients don't do whether it's the flu or covet or RSV or any other systemic viral homes. We've we've realized that there's a hyper coagulate. -bility there's a high tendency of blood clotting with KOGA PATIENTS. Have you been able to correlate those changes in the St Segments and those that looked like a possible Amount Cardi UNFORTUN- To those patients. Who also were hyper questionable? Or is there not really relationship there? We saw it to write this whole idea where we were seeing patients developing. Ddt's then we're seeing the strokes right. People were starting to have some strokes and even some coronary thromboses. So we also recognize if there was something hyper questionable going on here so when we took these people to the Cath Lab. We were sure that we're GONNA see thrombosis from lesion in the property and we didn't especially I think the multi system organ failure. You know more than any other disease that I have seen. Thus far seems to be a part related to this hyper. Kaga process squeeze. We've had people actually who you think are turning the corner from the respiratory standpoint and you're thinking you know what this person is actually made actually come through because like you say life and death sort of depends on the lungs for most of these patients and if your lung survive the patient will survive and yet next thing you know. The patient is showered with multiple cerebral infarction no and Or they suddenly go into this cardiomyopathy that that does the men or they have a massive ee. I mean we saw get people were doing great doing great and then boom massive right. So it's you're always you're you're more fragile than you think. Under these circumstances and you can usually get lulled into the sense of security that they seem to be coming off the ventilator oxygenation seems to be better and then you get this other you know the second hit of thrombosis events it's fascinating terrifying and it you feel. It's so funny eventually. I'm sure that they will look back as we look back now on. Woo Vanek Plague and say Oh my God. All they needed was a little pencil. And and you know you're sitting pestis has gone. I mean this diseases over with no and look at the millions of people who died and I'm sure it's important time Our technology will catch up with you. Know the the mysteries of virology and these will all be you know a historical you know fascinations but for right now. We really are struggling. You guys hear that in the background to that's The New York City seven. Pm Salute to healthcare workers. How Wonderful Pretty Amazing? It's the best part of day. Open your window. Then let's hear yes. And every day on that corner on seventy seven and Lexington somebody a restaurant or an entertainer or somebody does something new and special for all the front line workers. Very amazing fading away. Now that's very touching. That's amazing parental. What do you think is GonNa be your view of New York City going forward? How are you going to be dealing with the emotional backlash to the The feeling that well you knew a lot of people in new you talk to a restaurant tour or a waiter and chances are they knew somebody who was hit by Cova. How is this going to affect the city so I lived in New York through nine nine eleven? You knew somebody who knew somebody who may have known someone here. Every one of us is going to be directly affect everybody's GONNA to know somebody everybody's GonNa have lost somebody that was close to them or in their life directly the psychological effects of that morning coupled with the unknown of this. 'cause we start living again right we got. We have to get force ourselves out there. I don't know how that's going to happen. Wire all my buddies calling me all the time asking me. If we're going to have a football six part of it is they're looking for normal part of it is. They're looking for some science some insight. The question they should be asking is. How are we going to have any sporting events Susan? They want to know what we think. Scientifically how it can happen and I think emotionally you guys you guys have been on the head not just for our frontline workers.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Can get that on apple podcasts Google play stitcher YouTube Facebook I don't know probably my space you go all over the place you can find me on Twitter at Michael J. Knowles guess what we're talking about we're talking about the only thing that anybody is talking about which is corona virus but I want to move away for a moment from the politics of this there's a lot to say about the politics and I want to try to get to some medical facts I want to get to the scientific facts if that's possible based on the data that we have we got a pretty good shot at that though is we're joined this hour by Kevin pfam doctor Kevin spam is a medical doctor contributor to the daily signal and a former graduate fellow in health policy at the heritage foundation Dr Sam thanks so much for being on thanks so much for having me so I I want to move beyond the politics you know we've been talking about Gavin Newsom anti Cuomo and Donald Trump and that journalist yelling at Donald Trump and what we should call it and if it's racist to call the Chinese coronavirus the Chinese grunt of ours okay let's put a pause on that for a moment what is the scientific reality here a lot of people are writing and saying they fear this is an over reaction maybe we shouldn't have ground to the global economy to a halt over this what say you so there's two things that there's like the medical because medical science reality there's also the public health reality I think that's that's probably the thing that's going to affect people the most because on the medical side we all the medical community we know how to deal with that all of these things are stuff that have that we've dealt with before you know as you know it's all related to mers and sars we will look at before and so that that kind of work that is going to point out the on the public health policy fight a great resource right now via the heritage website here to start work on the front page we have all of public health policy responses to that that's on that's on the front page of Harrison Ford but what we're trying to do with but public health policy right now is try to get everyone on board with halting the spread of the disease and that's I I know you're in California yeah I know Gavin Newsom just really locked everything down that that's going to hurt no no one's gonna joke about that I'm not going to hurt but it's also going to help and that's that's sort of the thing that we should all be able to get behind it'll it'll help and hopefully it's just a temporary thing especially if this is successful then it'll as we talk about will find the curve and also decrease the the rate of new cases and then they'll make the reproduction of the virus come down to below one and that'll if we all do that if we all take our part in this then we could reduce the the spread of the disease and then we can accelerate the not the the time it takes to get back to a relatively normal life so what does that mean to reduce the reproduction rate of the virus below one right so B. R. zero rate the reproduction rate what that means is the average number of people that each infected person spreads the virus to so when you have a reproduction right one that means that every person who gets the vehicle and up spreading it to one other person on average okay and so if it's if your reproduction is one then the device data baseline level and it doesn't go down it doesn't go up what we have right now is a roughly a two to four depends on which source you're looking at there's a lot of data obviously everything is changing all the time but right now the reproduction rate is between two and four which means each person to get that spread it to other people and that's what we have that exponential growth that that you probably heard about yeah as the as the more people who get it the more people get it you know the Democrats right that does make sense to get it it all right so spandrel greatly expand every single time so what you're pointing here which is a distinction actually I'm not hearing a lot of people making is forget about the distinction between the politics in the medical science there's actually within the way the disease spreads there's the scientific aspect but then there's the way it affects public health so from the medical scientific aspect we know how to deal with the virus we've seen similar viruses before but the problem is on the public health side because it doesn't matter if you know how to deal with the virus if you overwhelm the healthcare infrastructure it doesn't matter how technically proficient you are there just won't be the resources to address exactly but I just want to make a quick to think I don't want to overstate the fact we've dealt with buyers we've dealt with illnesses before the virus itself is completely new right it's a it's a novel buyers for the human body it it starts off with the flu like symptoms that we always have been talking about but then what we're seeing increasingly is it's affect on the heart to a lot of people who are dying in Washington state are not dying of the respiratory illness happening in Italy as well they're dying of a cardiac illness they're the team to be starting to get better with with breathing but then also on their hearts are injecting much less blood in the heart stops and then novel killing a lot of people there's also there's also a lot of evidence that doing damage to the kidneys it's it's potentially doing damage the liver so the virus itself is not it's not anything that we've really seen before but each one of those organ systems that that's damaged we know how to deal with that that's that's part part of the the medical training right because you're not seeing a lot about that on the news you're saying that the the bigger factors on the long this and that's why we need respirators and it's similar to pneumonia but you're not seeing a lot about the effects on the heart and the kidneys and other organs systems right that that does it the the first illnesses usually in the long that's how most people present and then by that time by the time that you're really ill with but the respiratory disease and everything else it starts feeling a sort it sort of gets mixed in with the all the other illness and so it's it's it's hard to stand out it's hard to tell but it's hard to do the reporting on it right that's because by then the the patient already really sick right right that makes sense so I want to drill down a little bit on the public health side because I'm in Los Angeles where it seems every politician is trying to one up every other politician so president trump has gotten a lot of plaudits from not just the right but from the left here even Dana bash you know in the mainstream media journalist or anti Cuomo the governor of New York or even Gavin Newsom our governor here in California Eric Garcetti last night declared not just businesses being shut down by it basically everybody you you should stay in your home and then not an hour later Gavin Newsom comes out he says forget about just LA we're gonna do it in the whole state you know and and I think it seems like every politician wants to be reacting the most seriously and one upping all of the other ones from your view of public health is there really much of a difference here between saying we're gonna close down most businesses but you can still go for a walk in the park and saying more or less you need to shelter in place there is a little bit of difference there we're we're talking about the difference between a medication after Anna suppression effort mitigation is slowing down the spread of the disease suppression is halting halting the spread of the disease the only way to truly halt the spread of it at the if as to minimize or eliminate human human contact so if there's no human human contact there's no human human transmission and that's that seems to be what the the strategy that people get the leaders in California can be be pursuing mitigation is is when you're still if you're trying to put out that social didn't thing but you're still able to go out to the store still able to interact with people and so you just you're not eliminating human contact you're just reducing it right at the rate of transmission of slower and that that's the the bifurcation strategy and it seems like California want to play it safe and I want to go with the the harsher and harsher rules so that to really stop the selling for you always wants to go with the harsher rules I want to know a little bit of help the the age differences here because we've been told that people who are in their seventies or sixties maybe are really at risk of serious complications from this virus we've also been told that people who are younger especially children actually but even people in the twenties and thirties are very very likely to be perfectly fine in the face of this virus then we're getting some conflicting reports out of it and it just seems like information is the most difficult thing to get here what's your view of it are younger people more or less safe or or should they be worried about their own health more or less safe from the acute severe disease but then it's just more or less right still if you'll get a chance at this point right around the sixty year old mark that's going to be when the the rate of severe did the really skyrocket so anybody above that it is really at risk but you know just because someone else's rate much higher than being arrayed in vero nobody's right here in fact I've been hearing a lot of people say that no children have been killed at least one child has been killed someone and under the age of nine I believe in China really you know doctor doctor I want to get into that I actually want to take a long moment to get into that because I think we haven't heard that elsewhere but first I've got to thank our friends over at freedom works oh man is this more important than ever isn't it we're looking now at the results of a communist government communist China as they always do that covered up the pandemic they wouldn't admit it and as a result we are all experiencing those horrible consequences and look that's just one policy choice this happens all the time and socialist governments if there's any silver lining to the corona virus it's making me really appreciate our own free system here in the United States and there is a great organization working to protect freedom here that is freedom works if you want to help them out do it now please text band that that's a B. E. and not that hard to spell two four one four nine zero and sign their petition today it's so important everybody is trying to calm for your rights everybody's trying to come in for your freedom and see I mean it looks look all around you right freedom is one of the the most difficult things to preserve and that we've got all band together and join that fight text Ben B. E. M. to four one four nine zero and help freedom works by signing their petition today all right hi doctor pfam sorry for that brief interruption.

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"cardiac illness" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"cardiac illness" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"About new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an island and a Chevy Democrat New Jersey to look so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar hi what economic new sounds like on the Rush Limbaugh show unemployment news is great and particularly the wage gains are all happening in the bottom two quintiles are people earning the least is when wage growth is the fastest which is exactly what you want to be a canonic news on CNN you haven't seen working people rejoicing with higher paychecks is no way to cast aspersions on admin leave it to the Democrats to try to find ways to get the real story from Russian I noon on talk radio five sixty KSFO welcome back to the Ventura Sean Michael Knowles filling in I'm host of the Michael show podcast you can get that on apple podcasts Google play stitcher YouTube Facebook I don't know probably my space you get all over the place you can find me on Twitter at Michael J. Knowles guess what we're talking about we're talking about the only thing that anybody is talking about which is corona virus but I wanna move away for a moment from the politics of this there's a lot to say about the politics and I want to try to get to some medical facts I want to get to the scientific fact if that's possible based on the data that we have we got a pretty good shot at that though these were joined this hour by Kevin pfam doctor Kevin spam is a medical doctor contributor to the daily signal and a former graduate fellow in health policy at the heritage foundation Dr fan thanks so much for being on thanks so much for having me so I I want to move beyond the politics you know we've been talking about Gavin Newsom anti Cuomo and Donald Trump and that journalists yelling at Donald Trump and what we should call it and if it's racist to call the Chinese coronavirus the Chinese grunt of ours okay let's put a pause on that for a moment what is the scientific reality here a lot of people are writing and saying they fear this is an over reaction maybe we shouldn't have ground to the global economy to a halt over this what say you so there's two things to the others like the medical medical science reality there's also the public health reality I think that's that's probably the thing that's going to affect people the most because on the medical side we all the medical community we know how to deal with that all of these things are stuff that have that we've dealt with before you know as you know it's all related to mers and sars we were out with that before and so that that kind of work that I just want to point out the on the public health policy side a great resource right now with the other heritage website here to starboard on the front page we have all our public health policy responses to that that's on that's on the front page of Harrison Ford but what we're trying to do with but public health policy right now is to try to get everyone on board with halting the spread of the disease and that's I I know you're in California yeah I know Gavin Newsom just really locked everything down that that's going to hurt no no one's gonna joke about that I'm not gonna hurt but it's also going to help and that's that's sort of the thing that we should all be able to get behind it'll it'll help and hopefully it's just a temporary thing especially if this is successful then it'll as we talk about will find the curve it also decreased the rate of new cases and then they'll make the reproduction of the virus come down to below one and that'll if we all do that if we all take our part in this then we could reduce the the spread of the disease and we can accelerate the not the the time it takes to get back to a relatively normal life so what does that mean to reduce the reproduction rate of the virus below one right so B. R. zero rate the reproduction rate what that means is the average number of people that each infected person spreads the virus to so when you have a reproduction right one that means that every person who gets the vehicle and up spreading it to one other person on average and so if it's if your reproduction if one then the device data baseline level and it doesn't go down it doesn't go up what we have right now is a roughly a two to four depends on which source you're looking at there's a lot of data obviously everything is changing all the time but right now the reproduction rate is between two and four which means each person to get that spread it to other people on the whole we have that exponential growth that that you probably heard about as the as the more people who get it the more people get it you know who that makes sense right that does make sense to get it it all right so spandrel greatly expand every single time so what you're pointing here which is a a distinction of actually I'm not hearing a lot of people making is forget about the distinction between the politics in the medical science there's actually within the way the disease spreads there's the scientific aspect but then there's the way it affects public health so from the medical scientific aspect we know how to deal with the virus we've seen similar viruses before but the problem is on the public health side because it doesn't matter if you know how to deal with the virus if you overwhelm the healthcare infrastructure it doesn't matter how technically proficient you are there just won't be the resources to address exactly but I just want to make a quick to think I don't want to overstate the fact we've dealt with buyers we've dealt with the the onus is before the virus itself is completely new right it's a it's a novel buyers for the human body it it starts off with the flu like symptoms that we always have been talking about but that's what we're seeing increasingly is it's affect on the heart to a lot of people who are dying in Washington state are not dying of the respiratory illness that is happening in Italy as well they're dying of a cardiac illness they're the team to be starting to get better with with breeding but also in their hearts of injecting much less blood in the heart stops and then metal killing a lot of people there's also there's also a lot of evidence that doing damage to the kidneys it's it's potentially doing damage the liver so the virus itself is not it's not anything that we've really seen before but each one of those organ systems that that's damaged we know how to deal with that that's that's part part of the the medical training right because you're not seeing a lot about that on the news you're saying that the the bigger factors on the long is and that's why we need respirators and it's similar to pneumonia but you're not seeing a lot about the effects on the heart and the kidneys and other organs systems right that that does it the the first illnesses usually in the long about how most people present and then by that time by the time that you're really ill with but the respiratory disease and everything else it starts feeling it's hard to sort of get mixed in with the all the other illness and so it's it's it's hard to stand out hard to tell but it's hard to do the reporting on it right because by then the the patient already really sick right right that makes sense so I want to drill down a little bit on the public health side because I'm in Los Angeles where it seems every politician is trying to one up every other politician so president trump has gotten a lot of plaudits from not just the right but from the left here even Dana bash you know in the mainstream media journalist or anti Cuomo the governor of New York or even Gavin Newsom our governor here in California Eric Garcetti last night declared not just businesses being shut down by it basically everybody you you should stay in your home and then not an hour later Gavin Newsom comes out he says forget about just LA we're gonna do it in the whole state you know and that I think it seems like every politician wants to be reacting the most seriously and one upping all of the other ones from your view of public health is there really much of a difference here between saying we're gonna close down most businesses but you can still go for a walk in the park and saying more or less you need to shelter in place there is a little bit of difference there we're we're talking about the difference between a medication after Anna suppression effort mitigation is slowing down the spread of the disease suppression is halting halting the spread of the disease the only way to truly halt the spread of the disease if as to minimize or eliminate human human contact so if there's no human human contact there's no human human transmission and that's that seems to be what the the strategy that people can have the leaders in California can be pursuing mitigation is is when you're still if you're trying to put down for that special different thing but you're still able to go out to the store still able to interact with people and so you just you're not eliminating human contact you're just reducing it at the rate of transmission of slower and that that's the the bifurcation strategy and it seems like California want to play it safe and I want to go with the the harsher and harsher rules so that totally stop the selling for you always wants to go with the harsher rules I want to know a little bit of help the the age differences here because we've been told that people who are in their seventies or sixties maybe are really at risk of serious complications from this virus we've also been told that people who are younger especially children actually but even people in the twenties and thirties are very very likely to be perfectly fine in the face of this virus then we're getting some conflicting reports out of it and it just seems like information is the most difficult thing to get here what's your view of it are younger people more or less safe or or should they be worried about their own health more or less safe from the acute severe disease but then it's just more or less right still if you only get a chance at this point around the sixty year old mark that seem to be when the the rate of severe disease really skyrocket so anybody above that it is really at risk but you know just because someone else's rate much higher than being arrayed in vero nobody's right here in fact I've been hearing a lot of people say that no children have been killed at least one child has been killed someone and under the age of nine I believe in China really you know doctor doctor I want to get into that I actually want to take a long moment to get into that because I think we haven't heard that elsewhere but first I've got to thank our friends over at freedom works all man is this more important than ever isn't it we're looking now at the results of a communist government communist China as they always do that covered up the pandemic they wouldn't admit it and as a result we are all experiencing those horrible consequences and look that's just one policy choice this happens all the time and socialist governments if there's any silver lining to the corona virus it's making me really appreciate our own free system here in the United States and there is a great organization working to protect freedom here that is freedom works if you want to help them out do it now please text band that that's a B. E. M. not that hard to spell two four one four nine zero and sign their petition today it's so important everybody is trying to come for your rights everybody's trying to come in for your freedom and see I mean it looks look all around you right freedom is one of the the most difficult things to preserve and that we've got all band together and join that fight text Ben B. E. M. to four one four nine zero and help freedom works by signing their petition today all right I doctor pfam sorry.

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