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Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss
"Hemorrhage remains a leading cause of severe maternal complications and death worldwide prophylactic administration of traffic amick. Acid has been associated with reduced postpartum blood loss after caesarean delivery in several small trials but evidence of its benefit in the clinical context remains inconclusive in this trial. Four thousand four hundred thirty. One women undergoing caesarean delivery before or during labor at thirty four or more jess station weeks were randomly assigned to receive an intravenously administered prophylactic utero tonic agent and either traffic amic acid or placebo. The primary outcome of postpartum hemorrhage occurred in twenty six point seven percent of women in the traffic samick acid group and thirty one point six percent of women in the placebo group. There were no significant between group. Differences in mean gravity metrically estimated blood loss or in the percentage of women with provider assessed clinically significant postpartum hemorrhage. Use of additional utera. Tonic agents or postpartum blood transfusion thromboembolic events. In the three months after delivery occurred in zero point. Four percent of women who received traffic samec acid and in zero point one percent of women who received placebo among women who underwent cesarean delivery and received prophylactic utero. Tonic agents traffic samick. Acid treatment resulted in a significantly lower incidents of calculated estimated blood loss greater than one thousand milliliters or red cell transfusion by day two then placebo but it did not result in a lower incidence of hemorrhage related secondary clinical outcomes postpartum hemorrhage a review article by jessica beanstalk from johns hopkins university school of medicine baltimore. Postpartum hemorrhage continues to be the leading preventable cause of maternal illness and death. Globally worldwide postpartum hemorrhage accounts for eight percent of maternal deaths in developed regions of the world and twenty percent of maternal deaths in developing
Project Sealab 1 Report Part 2
"Today wanna conclude my two part series on the project sea lab one summer report from june of nineteen sixty five to recap impart one. I chuck through the background. Information contained in the report c. Labs sea trials and the ultimate successful placement at one hundred ninety three feet off of argo island near bermuda. You might recall that. The four aqua dots anderson barth manning in thompson had just entered a habitat on july twentieth. Nineteen sixty four for their eleven day mission first off. They needed to make repairs on all the systems that were not operable. The initial report says that the subjects sounds like a clinical experiment which i guess it was slowed their pace in that fatigue coupled with shoulder joint discomfort was noted their appetites were good and digestion and elimination where normal also the report stated that their sensory perception remained unchanged and the joint discomfort eased with time. Now there are quite a few photographs in the report of the men in and around. See lab during the mission. Unfortunately the photos are not really that. Good copy i have well. What worked did they do. According to the report the subjects performed work tasks outside of c. lab investigating marine life cleaning debris on the ocean floor surrounding c. lab taking pictures of their operations in photos of the small one man. Submersible called star one which was sent into the area for evaluation. Also described are two significant incidents that occurred during the mission one of which was a serious nature. The other was related to nitrogen narcos and that hit to team members the nitrogen narcos incident actually happened when two of the aqua noughts entered the transformer room of the lab without dr mark six gear. It says that they immediately experienced coaches had to leave and then helium was pumped in to prevent further issues with nitrogen marcos's. The more serious incident happened when manning apparently struck his gas control yoke against a habit and it accidentally closed it as he was depleting gas supply. He knew that something was wrong and made a hasty return to see and lost consciousness as he entered. Fortunately anderson heard manning's tanks see lab and found him lifted him above the water applied resuscitation and with the assistance of barth and thompson. He was saved. He remained active with the crew for the remainder of the mission. The only issue was a severe hemorrhage to the whites of his eyes on wednesday july. Twenty ninth nineteen sixty four. The mission was terminated due to unfavourable weather predictions and at twenty three fifty six. That's eleven fifty six. Pm c. lab was lifted off the bottom and the arduous task of recovering. The men and a habitat began on august. Fourth deok were taken out of decompression c. Lab equipment was packed and stowed for shipment and on april fourth nineteen sixty four at eleven thirty. A m readme. Jk laden chief of naval research congratulated sess and officially terminated c. lab one. Some interesting things were noted for example in the first paragraph of the summary. Report it states. The men during the occupancy lab accentuated their personal idiosyncrasy during one period excessive use of foul language developed as well as an independent attitude with respect to the surface support guests. They didn't appreciate papa topside trying to control them now. I want to quickly cover some of the findings. No surprise was that handling of the habitat was difficult. Especially when there were waves they also found that nitrogen percentage decreased over time as it was being absorbed by the sea water and could use compressed air to make up the o. Two since nitrogen absorbed four times faster than oh two and the helium didn't dissipate. Another finding was that the hookah system failed to perform satisfactorily. Apparently the pumps were noisy. Overloaded easily report also outlines some findings on the men one interesting note was regarding the selection process. It said that there might have been too many potential leaders leading to an unwarranted degree of independence below. The conclusions stated that human subjects could live and work under pressure and one hundred ninety three feet and while all major systems work many were primitive. The report suggested that the divers could spend six hours outside each day also provision for adequate body heating while swimming around was a major problem even though the water temperature was sixty nine degrees fahrenheit the project. Sea lab summer report concludes with a series of recommendations and those recommendations include a better handling system a higher degree of independence from surface support assigning one man full-time to housekeeping they dry vehicle for transporting and a final recommendation that a c. lab task group of twenty five to thirty five people involved in future. Rnd in the man in the programs be put in place so that concludes part two of the c. lab one office of navel research report from nineteen sixty five. We know now that c. lab to went to a successful mission before the tragic events of c. Lab three but in one thousand nine hundred sixty four at the height of the space race. We were also exploring interspace
COVID-19 Relief Package Includes Billions For Transportation Sector
"All right how often did you fly. Or maybe the trainer buster in the pandemic. Yeah the transportation sector has been hit hard but anyone who rides in trains planes or automobile should benefit from the one point nine trillion dollar cove relief package. Npr's david schaper reports. It was a year ago this week. The us what unlocked down highways and airports were suddenly almost deserted. People travelling overseas scrambled to get flights home at mass transit. Trains ran nearly empty in the virginia. Suburbs of washington. Dc forty six year old. Sandra vigil had been driving buses packed. with sixty. to seventy people are more. We ended up taking towards the end of march. He was like one two people per ride. If you had any people at all last march twenty ninth vigil says she about ninety five percent of her loudon county. Transit co workers were furloughed. Her's lasted four and a half months and unemployment wasn't enough to make ends meet. A lot of fail behind are not rental car payments. Because he was either eating or paint a car or paying the rent and thing they lakeville transit systems across the country so ridership plummet ninety percent or more in revenue fell with it yet. Mass transit is essential especially for many low wage workers. Again bus driver. Sandra vigil in order to keep the buses running and to keep us working. We needed this money. The relief bill includes thirty billion dollars for transit. It also includes one point seven billion dollars for amtrak enough to bring twelve hundred furloughed employees back to work and restore daily service on long distance routes and there's funding to help states continue fixing crumbling roads and bridges offsetting. They're lost gas tax revenue as for airlines. I have fantastic news year. That's american airline ceo. Doug parker in a video message to employees about the plan which includes another fourteen billion dollars payroll support. That's good news for the thirteen thousand american employees who were facing furloughs april. First so if you have one of those worn out notices we sit out in february. Tear it up. There aren't going to be any furloughs at american airlines in april and with vaccinations on the rise. Hopefully never again. Ceo parker says the last three weeks have been the airlines best. Since the pandemic hit with bookings and passenger volumes up that's happening at other airlines too so much so that after months of hemorrhaging tens of millions of dollars a day the ceo's of delta and united now expect to reduce their daily cash. Burn two zero this month or next while southwest is on track to break even by june. Of course that's relatively easy to do. When tax payers are essentially covering much of your payroll airlines have now received more than fifty billion dollars in federal payroll grants since the start of the pandemic. This was hugely important. And as a pilot for american airlines at spokesman for the pilot's union. The last thing i wanted to be is on our heels when everybody was ready to get back. Flying tiger says if pilots had been furloughed. They need weeks. If not months of training before being able to fly passengers again. You do not want to be staring at the recovery and turning around and seeing the flight deck empty. Because you weren't able to train. The pilots quickly. Enough joe sweet. Herman transportation professor at chicago's depaul university. Says this government aid is crucial is pretty clear that the airlines were such a desire straight federal assistance and a big way we would have lost an airliner to sweden and says the federal aid helps airlines amtrak transit agencies and highway departments continue critical operations while adapting to a post covid world a world that will likely lead to more operational changes in the near.
Growing List of Countries Suspend AstraZeneca Vaccine
"Of the list of countries halting use of the AstraZeneca vaccine continues to grow. Sweden became the latest to suspend use of the vaccine, joining more than a dozen others, most of them in Europe over fears of blood clots. Experts in the UK and elsewhere in Europe are calling it a disaster for the region's already slow rollout even as covert cases Serge At least one person in Norway has died from a brain hemorrhage after getting the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Here's what we know about the blood clots reports
"So we keep hearing. That astrazeneca is well All of the australian authorities and many many authorities say that it's it's probably not linked but we've seen countries in your pulling the vaccine off the shelves just for a moment just to see whether there's a link between the vaccine and people having dangerous blood clots and so. Why are we still talking about this. Why don't we have a clear answer yet as to whether they're dangerous or not. Let's take a helicopter view here. One is you could say. Well are the european countries panicking and jumping the gun and in fact on last night seven. Thirty john skerrett from tgi kind of implied that he thought that the where having said that they're you know the good scientists overseas and they they may be jumping the gun in terms of public opinion or they may have a reason and the probably is a theoretical reason. I was just wondering yesterday and fight. What could be the reason that they're jumping the gun. And you've got more and more countries coming on stream. And i think one of the reasons it's impossible to know exactly but i suspect the one of the reasons is. It's not entirely typical. What's happening. And i just need to a little bit of physiology biology here. So how blood clots is that you as a very complicated cascade of chemicals. But one of the essential things for a blood clot cells in the blood code platelets and when the blog needs to claude. The platelets clump together. Stick together and they start the process of a blood clot and blood cells and chemicals all get together and cause a blood clot and sometimes that blood moves off into another part of the body like the lungs and that can be fatal. So you have platelets for a blood clot now. There have been reports in europe of people with low blood. Platelets is called trump aside opinion. Low blood platelets associated with blackhawks. He think well. How can that be. Well let me. Just move to the site slightly. There have been reports in the united states of pfizer. Moderna vaccine causing low platelets. In fact one doctor died in florida of catastrophically. Low blood platelet count and that was to hemorrhage because there weren't platelets to cause blackhawks
“Miracle Suit” Inspired by NASA Research Saves New Mothers Around the World
"Every year more than seventy thousand. Women die from post birth bleeding complications mostly in developing countries. Where medical care is not easily accessible but a pressure garment developed by nasa researchers has been shown to cut that mortality rate in half. This is innovation now bringing you. Stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. Nasa has long used g suits or inflatable compression garments that prevent blood from pooling in the legs to keep its test pilots and astronauts from blacking out during moments of extreme acceleration. After a modified g suit was used to save a woman suffering from postpartum hemorrhage a complication after childbirth. That if left untreated can be fatal. Nasa scientists conducted research that led them to an even better understanding of how anti gravity suits could be used to decrease bleeding today. A commercially developed reusable garment is a tech transfer that saves new mothers all around the world and costs less than a dollar per use doctors. Who use these miracle suits to save. Lives often have just one thing to say thank you. Nasa
How Ellen Louise Curtis Demorest Changed The U.S Fashion Industry
"Ellen louise. Curtis was born on november fifteenth. Eighteen twenty four in schuylerville new york to henry de curtis electra. Able she was the second of eight children was a farmer and the owner of a men's hat factory family lived a comfortable life made more lively each summer by dramatic influxes of tourists. Each year notable members of society would make their way to nearby. Toga springs ellen. Later wrote that the visitors turned typically dull surroundings into places that present the spectacle of a grand reunion of wealth fashion and beauty out of doors from a young age. Ellen was interested in fashion. after graduating from school. Ellen's father helped her harness her interest into a career via women's shop of her own. The millenary shop was quite successful and after a year. Ellen moved the shop to troy new york. And then to brooklyn in eighteen. Fifty-eight ellen married william jennings demorest a thirty six year old widower with two children. The couple would also have two children of their own a son in eighteen fifty nine and a daughter in eighteen sixty five. The family moved to philadelphia where they ran an emporium. It was there that ellen's career really took off as the story goes ellen and her sister kate or working on a system of dress making when they saw their african american made cutting address pattern out of brown paper ellen was inspired by the idea to create tissue paper patterns of fashionable garments for the home sewer some historians refute that the idea originated with ellen and her maid and instead suggest it was i had by a man who had become ellen's rival ellen's family moved back to new york and began manufacturing patterns. They also opened a women's store on broadway in the fall of eighteen. Sixty ellen and her husband became selling paper patterns and publishing quarterly. Catalog called mirror of ellen. Higher journalist and women's rights advocate jane cunningham croly to work for the publication. The magazine was filled with sewing tips and tricks pictures of accessories. Sheet music poetry and fiction. Each issue included a tissue paper pattern and sewing instructions. The magazine was well timed and circulation. Grew quickly a sewing. Machines were then becoming commonplace in middle class homes the magazine also featured contributors including writers julia. Wardhaugh louisa may alcott and robert louis. Stevenson ellen frequently made strong statements in the magazine and support of women in the workplace. She also took firm stance on domestic abuse prison reform and mental health treatment among other topics as the cadillac business. Thrived ellen and williams brick and mortar store on broadway. Grew to ellen and her sister. Kate adapted foreign styles into patterns and made samples for the store. The store is fashion. Openings became major social events ellen. And william store was also notable for the couple's hiring practices. They hired african. Americans at the store on equal terms as white employees long before integrated workplaces were a norm in eighteen. Seventy six ellen became a founding member of cirrhosis. the first professional women's club in the united states throughout that decade while most businesses were failing ellen and her family continued to do well according to historians up to three million patterns. Were mailed each year but ellen success didn't last forever in the eighteen eighties. Ellen's empire began to decline ellen and william had failed to patent their paper patterns a competitor ebeneezer butterick had done so successfully at first butterick stuck to men's and children's ware but by eighteen sixty seven he'd expanded to women's patterns to ebenezer butterick company remains the center of the paper pattern industry today in eighteen. Eighty five william demerist retired to devote himself to the temperance movement. that year. He ran for lieutenant governor of new york. On the prohibition ticket a decade later in eighteen ninety five he died that same year allen suffered a stroke and was left bedridden. She moved into the hotel renaissance new york where she died of a cerebral hemorrhage on august tenth. Nine eight she was seventy three years old ellen. Louise demerist took her love of fashion and made it accessible. To the everyday woman in revolutionizing the fashion industry she also committed herself to the betterment of opportunities for both white and black women though she failed to patent patterns. Her impact is still apparent today.
Vaccines are rolling out - so when will cases drop?
"Now the vaccine rollouts have begun globally. How soon do we expect to see a corresponding drop in cases of covid and also in deaths. Well fun issued save at overnight yesterday. Israel at the moment is just newspaper reports but it comes from the israeli ministry of health and large health provider. One called cloudy another one called mcabe healthcare. And what they're doing in. Israel is that there are electrically recording. All the vaccines as we will do in australia but it's integrated into people's medical records. So they really do have very good integrated electronic medical records and in fact one of the reasons. They're getting so much vaccine from pfizer is that they've done a deal with they. Give the data back to pfizer. So they've got what's called post marketing surveillance in. They get dot back on the performance of the vaccine. So what they've shown on and what they're saying it hasn't been published yet. Is that after the first. Does i think it's roughly in about two hundred thousand people aged over sixty five. But in those people compares to members of the health funds who have not yet had the vaccine. They've seen a significant reduction. Perhaps a fifty percent reduction in covid nineteen infection not disease but infection so this people specifically yes because they're rolling it out in priorities so older people in federal people are giving it first before others get it as well and so. This is their first data. It's a bit like. I don't know if you remember meghan. But near the beginning of the pandemic britain used their coordinated electronic records centralized electronic medical records in hospitals to be able to huge randomized control trials on a vast scale during the first wave. They were able to show that hydroxychloroquine didn't work. The anti retrovirals for hiv didn't work but that dixon methods to steroid did work and the turned around incredibly quickly during that first wave and is this huge advantage when you have a population willing to accept electronic medical records and that's what the israelis are doing. So they've got records of people who have not yet had the vaccine versus people have so if you like it's a real world not quite randomized but it's a real world trial and again not published in any scientific journal. Yet the early indications are that pfizer vaccine after the first does is showing reduced transmission to a significant extent which is really great. Yeah because the focus when we're talking about vaccines is so about a moving herd immunity which is obviously something that lots of people very keen for for all sorts of reasons but this is a really fast positive outcome where you literally saving people's lives. Yeah it's early could be wrong. Still got to run the ruler over it scientifically but it is a good early sign and presumably reflects the daughter. they're handing back to pfizer. So israel is getting the fires a shot and we've also had reports over the last few days that a man in the us who got the a shot has died shortly afterwards. And i think some question marks around whether or not it was anything to do with the shot or chance. What do we know about that. All we know about his newspaper reports from the new york times of luton to it. So it's really impossible to be absolutely sure what's going on if the newspaper and it's an issue. If the newspaper report is accurate then this is a doctor who got it. And three days after the vaccine started to develop little red spots on his skin cope tiki and these are assigned that. Your blood isn't clotting very well. He recognized that presented and his platelets had dropped precipitously and they find it very hard to raise his platelet levels. They thought this was an immune reaction which was reducing. His platelets platelets the little fragments. Which are essential for blood clotting and it does occur to drugs and it has occurred with covid nineteen by the way so covid nineteen disease itself can cause a precipitous. Drop to your platelets and serious hemorrhage and they were about to again. According to the newspaper report remove his spleen. Which is where they presume that the platelets were being broken down but he died of a cerebral hemorrhage beforehand. So the question here is causing effect. Is it the vaccine or is it a
When Critters Bleed ... On Purpose!
"Okay now so why did you get interested in this whole reflex bleeding thing well. I just saw this report by that guy. Sebastian hofer and i called him up and he told me that not too long ago he got a job at an island ecosystem research institute in the and so i was looking into what's around. What kind of animals are just scanning through the literature just to see what of questions could answer any read about. These local snakes called thunder snakes. That sounds very dramatic. Thunder thunder thunder snakes. Really it's just that they come out when it rains a lot. And i remember reading this from nineteen fifty five describing this behavior this auto hemorrhaging behavior in these snakes. And i just thought to myself. That's insane so there weren't any photos or any kind of detailed description. It just said. The snakes bled from their heads when handled so he did what most good scientists would do. I assume he went out on an expedition to fight snakes. Absolutely you know it. He absolutely did. He had a couple of colleagues went out looking under rocks flipped a ton of rocks until they finally found one and the snake made some defensive behaviors kinda rolled into this tight ball and it started defecating. And asking you know emitting this pretty bad smelling liquid and then sebastian applied a little pressure to its nose like just gently pinched. Its nose to see if they could trigger any bleeding from handling all right. Now you set me this video. And i'm watching a. It's like a little nose pinch. Maybe you know you pinch at like good. And but then boom the snakes is fill up with blood like immediately there are just too big drops of blood where the is used to be and then suddenly the is kind of clear up and then a drop of blood comes out of its mouth yes. Sebastian told me it was wild. Just because i've never seen anything like that. And just the fact of how quickly that i or the is fully flood with blood and then the blood exudes from the mouth and then the ice fully clear up again in just a couple of seconds. I was stunned. I was like this is mad. I mean that is pretty dramatic and you said other critters. Do this to right right some other snakes. You know the one that's been studied. The most is the horned lizard. That's a lizard that lives in the us in the southern us and what it does is pretty nutso. It shoots blood out of its is and the blood can fly several feet several feet. Yeah it doesn't happen that often but when it does it's so dramatic that it really gets people's attention. Indigenous people have known about these lizards for a long time. European scientists wrote about them centuries ago and for forty years. These lizards have been studied by wage. Sherbrooke director emeritus of the southwestern research station of the american museum of natural history in arizona and he told me at the beginning. He was just wondering if this is supposed to be a defensive response. Why would blood be a turnoff. For what is after all a bloodthirsty predator. Good question when you try to say well. Maybe a predator wouldn't like it depends on is going to eat these things you know. That doesn't make sense so That's that's where i started. So he began watching the lizards in doing experiments. And what he found that. The horned lizard wouldn't always squirt blood from its eyes when threatened by an animal. And what i found was with roadrunners with grasshopper mice with Leopard lizards with rattlesnakes with other snakes. They never squirt blood. They don't do it then so when do they do it. Do they squirt blood. He told me it's when the lizard is about to be eaten by something like a coyote. Or a bob cat and the reason is the blood has a distasteful quality to mammalian predators and it has to be. It has to arrive in the mouth. Okay so these lizards are not really trying to like hit. A predator from several feet away by sending streams of blood. Flying out of there is apparently not disappointing. It's more like a coyotes mouth clamps down on the lizard the lizard squirts out foul tasting blood. Way told me that when he goes out and handles horned lizards only a couple times. Out of one hundred. Will it actually squirt blood from its. Is you know he said. Humans aren't typical predator. So he thinks lizard is just kind of confused. It doesn't really know what to do and he told me he's actually tasted the blood no for a long time. I thought it basically tastes like my blood. I wish i was surprised that this took a turn to a scientist tasting blood. But i'm not look. This is science magazine science. So then you know after a while. Though he started thinking actually there is this kind of you know aftertaste. Kind of acid aftertaste that lasted for maybe twenty minutes. Or so he said it was really minor. But if he squirts the blood into the mouth of a coyote or a bobcat they have a really strong reaction disgusting immediately. They begin to celebrate quite a bit. They shake their head to all kinds of things like that to to they. They have different taste. Buds than i do okay. Okay so all of this kind of suggests that for these horned lizards. This is really a strategic specific defense that it's not just a random stress response. I mean you could imagine that if an animal gets like it's blood pressure goes up lead might just shoot out of a leaky capillary. Somehow i guess but this seems to be pretty specific defense move aimed at particular predators right and like i mentioned before. The horned lizards auto hemorrhage has more studied than any other creatures. Okay salikh what beyond reptiles you said. Some insects do this to ladybugs. Yeah actually quite a lot of insects do this. And if you're poking at a lady bug and some liquid comes out it might just seem to you like it was urine or feces or something you know in ladybugs it comes out of the legs underneath so it's hard to see where it's coming out. It's yellow you know so unless you know what it is. You'd have no reason to think. This thing is just bled on me. You know spontaneously was happened. And now i'm looking back and i'm like oh that was blood cool so i talked to michael nop. He studies ladybugs at the czech university of life sciences and he told me that reflex bleeding is a highly effective way for ladybugs to deter predators because their blood is full of substances that smell and probably taste awful two birds or small mammals and he told me that actually if a lady but gets attacked by ants the coagulating blood can act like a kind of glue that glues aunts mouth parts together during the attack. I mean that's pretty amazing now. But here's the thing. I don't understand about this doesn't a lady bug need. It's blood i mean like it seems like critters would be at a disadvantage of some sort if they went around anytime they got threatened. So like how much blood are we talking about. So for ladybugs. He told me it can be a lot like up to fifteen or twenty percent of all. Its blood wild. Why i mean for you that would be like if you lost a liter of blood like a couple pint blood so it is significant. And that's why he's been looking into the consequences of this. I mean you know he said bleeding could save a lady life but there are also some costs and we re better searching for physiological costs in our research he just published one set of experiments he and his colleagues forced young lady bugs to reflex bleed repeatedly like every day and then they studied them and what they saw is that the bugs immune system seemed a little weekend but the number of eggs they produced was the same their reproductive success was almost unaffected. You know maybe just some slight delays in the age at first reproduction but nothing major. So what i'm taking from this. Is that these insects kind of know what they're doing like evolutionary speaking. I mean do they filter the blood in any way to try to preserve the good stuff and week only just like the nasty compounds in it. His is actually looked at this and he told me that the blood that spontaneously comes out of ladybugs is exactly the same as the blood inside. And when i asked him you know exactly like what is going on. You're like is there an opening in the leg. He said no. Like somehow the insect is able to kind of injure itself to somehow create an opening in its skin or cuticle. But it's not like all the mechanical details of reflects bleeding have been well studied. It's still pretty obscure all right now. Well thank you for this mini tour of the world of auto hemorrhage
How Police Violence Could Impact The Health Of Black Infants
"Floyd's killing in Minneapolis placed police violence again in the national limelight, with protests erupting. But black and Brown communities say the effective police violence is felt long after demonstrations died down. In fact, research shows trauma from racism and violence can leave imprints on a community's health, including on pregnant women. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi. Outside the corner store where George Floyd died. Murals, stuffed animals and origami cranes filled the street. So I'm Rachel Heart of men. I am on the faculty. Rachel Hardman grew up nearby and it's a public health professor at the University of Minnesota. We walk in a field where there's a memorial for victims of police violence. It looks like a replica of a cemetery with about 200 grave markers like Ralph Bell, right? Hard del Cheryl over here. Many of these people were local and died at the hands of police. Travis Jordan in Minneapolis. He's actually it was a friend of one of my dear friends, Hardman surveys to makeshift cemetery. My first thought, is it This isn't even all of the names. And that breaks my heart. This scene, she says, doesn't capture the whole of the problem that police violence leaves marks across a community of survivors, their families and neighbors. Hardiman studies racial disparities in health, focusing on a longstanding problem. Black mothers die in childbirth of 3 to 4 Times The rate of whites That holds true regardless of wealth or education. Black babies are more than twice as likely to die in their first year. Research suggests racial discrimination is a likely cause of both preterm birth and infant mortality. Weighing factors like obesity, smoking or poor prenatal care. Hartmann's latest research looks at how police violence in particular might affect that. She studied women in and around Minneapolis after police shot Philando Castille in 2016, and two years later, Thurman Blevins Thurman Blevins had just been killed in North Minneapolis. And we asked folks do you feel like this is impacting your current pregnancy and Over half of the women in our study said Yes, nearly 60% of those women gave birth to pre term babies who were underweight or died at route, she says. It's about stress. Ah, lifetime of struggles of her housing, education and safety. Large body research shows that that stress across pregnancy can have an impact on low birth weight and preterm birth in particular. Then in the start of life is so important, because if we can't get that, right, you know we're setting someone up for a lifetime of pain and a struggle and disadvantage. Examining these struggles, Hardman says, might help doctors better understand challenges for women like Raven Cane. I meet cane and her three week old daughter, Remmy. Okay. Prior to Remmy Kane had five miscarriages with no medical explanation about what caused them. I had gotten an ultrasound and had seen a baby in a strong heartbeat. Literally had come back the next day, and there was nothing there. So I just had this really high anxiety anxiety about losing her pregnancy with Remmy, too. She was about four months pregnant when the pandemic hit. Then George Floyd died blocks from her parent's home. You know, During that time, it was constant sirens when they were saying that the KKK was supposedly in town, and it's just stressful. It's like and then you're trying to Carry life and then you're thinking about them being a black person in this world and the things that they might encounter, Kane tried to distract herself by hosting a family party to reveal she was having a girl. My dad was jumping open down like he was so heavy, he said. He was in the garage and cried a little bit, cried partly out of relief. He told her the world wasn't safe for black boys. Midwife Rebecca Polston. Here's that often. Holsten started roots community birth center five years ago to offer women more support than a traditional hospital. Clinic defied the odds in five years on Lee. One client has had a preterm birth, she says. That's because the clinic addresses trauma. Some of the things that we explore is not finding out the sex. Of their baby because the stress that it brings when you find out that you're having a black sun. That kind of stress, she says, is palpable all around her. After George Floyd's death, Colston says she confronted a group of white men flying Confederate flags three blocks away. She closed the birthing center for a week. But the threat, she says, isn't just from outsiders. Once an elderly neighbor fainted nearby, Polston and her staff rushed to help and the police came up with their hands on their guns saying, What are you doing to us while we're taking blood pressure clearly healthcare providers those Interactions where those who you call for help. May not come to help you but come to harm you shadows every aspect of one's life and it becomes especially acute when you're in your birthing phase of your life. That rings true for coming Love Valenzuela. I don't know how to explain it, but I feel like that trauma is just in my body balance way Low is a doula. Originally from Chile Four years ago, she went into early labor. On her way to the hospital. Police pulled her over for driving with high beams on she told him. him. I I have have an an emergency. emergency. I'm I'm pregnant pregnant and and he he stops stops me. me. I I need need to to see see your your driver's driver's license license and and registration. registration. So So I'm I'm scrambling, scrambling, shaking. shaking. Just remembering makes like my heart beagle so fast. She was scared and her contractions intensified. She says he'd be raided her ticketed her and insisted she keep the windows rolled down its frigid cold. I'm crying my tears or freezing as they're coming down because it's so cold. Her baby survived. But this spring, Valenzuela nearly died giving birth to her second child. She blames her earlier encounter with police because my uterus had worked so hard, potentially from this previous Drama. I actually had an acute hemorrhage. Two months later, George Floyd died about a mile away. She's still haunted that he called out for his mother as he died. So, too, is researcher Rachel Hardiman. You know, when George plaids yelled for his mama and summon all mothers, Hardman stands just a few feet from where he was killed. It's just so painful. You know, this'd why do the work that I do is so that every mom gets to have a healthy baby and Have a good life. She's expanding her research nationally to keep digging into the connections between police violence and its impact on mothers and their babies.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"C H on Twitter told us about the presidency. So here we have the facts on the ground Biggest turnout biggest vote for a GOP president or nominee in history. More votes from the ethnic minority for a GOP candidate than anyone. Since a point, the Eisenhower every statehouse has been kept in GOP hands. The Senate is still ours a Nancy's hemorrhaging seats in the house but Donald Trump Wasn't re elected. What's going on? Look, I think there's a lot of questions to be asked about that, and we're gonna have to dig into these results and learn more about them. The number of split ticket votes in particular, I think is going to be a question, and I do think that there's a lot of major questions about the results that we're seeing from some of the biggest cities in the country cities where Democrat machines have had enormous effect. In the past. Now, here's what thing that I do Want your listeners to know Fraud happens in almost every election in America. A degree of fraud, even though we're told it doesn't by the mainstream. Yes, even though you're told it doesn't it almost always happens. Part of the system that we have, though, is that in most elections, the fraud is not significant enough to make a difference in the outcome. And so you have hundreds of balance here and there. But the outcome isn't fundamentally changed When elections get close. That's where this level of fraud matter, and I will tell you to people too often. This fraud takes on very Pedestrian and mundane focuses. It's not so much a situation of complicated bells and whistles. It's more like a counter leaves in office with 20,000 ballots in it, and he comes back to the office to count it and there are only 10,000 there, it's more. It's more along those lines that it is some kind of Soviet system. But But when it's a razor edge when there are certain district constituency's where we are under 1% was saying that already then it can make a difference. We talked to Ben Dominic. He's from the Federalist. He created the federalist dot com You've got the book market. You got to check it out every single day. Follow him as well. Be dominant on Twitter. We will continue momentarily here in America. First from the relief thank dot com.
Delta CEO on what the airline industry needs to survive
"Is reporting a larger than expected $5.4 billion loss in the third quarter compared to a $1.5 billion profit in the same period last year. CEO at Bastion It's going to take some time you know into the spring early part of next year before we start to see Profits and as well as cash flow. Delta has taken steps to reassure passengers even as the company hemorrhages cash, pledging to block middle seats through at least early January. Even as most major airlines have returned to full capacity. Delta is generally regarded as one of the best run airlines in the world. And they reported a blockbuster loss even as they tried to reduce costs. What does this mean for the airline industry as a whole? You know, big picture. This means the airline industry really needs the bailout. NBC's Blaine
American And United Airlines Announce Layoffs As Federal Payroll Support Runs Out
"Big layoffs today at two of the nation's biggest airlines, American and United are notifying 32,000 employees that they are being furloughed as federal payrolls support runs out. Congress in the White House appear to be inching closer to an agreement on another massive pandemic relief package. But as NPR's David Shaper reports, the airlines say they needed it yesterday. Airline passenger traffic is down close to 70%. Since the start of the pandemic, and with fewer people flying airlines are hemorrhaging tens of millions of dollars a day. The cares act gave them $25 billion in direct payroll support. Allowing them to pay employees through September 30th. That was yesterday. Today People are devastated. Sarah Nelson heads the Association of Flight Attendants, the largest flight attendants union. They're looking at not having a pay check to pay rent. They're looking at not having healthcare. In some cases, we've got to Aviation workers who are both on the furlough list to live in the same home spouses or partners and kids who count on them. Both United and Americans say they'll recall workers if Congress provides more relief money soon. Other airlines, including Delta and Southwest say they had enough employees take early retirement or incentives to leave. So they won't need to furlough workers right now, but they could in a couple of months,
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy halts changes to Postal Service until after 2020 election
"To work on legislation this week for postal funding and prohibiting any postal service changes before Election Day. This despite the postmasters announcement yesterday, the changes are being suspended boxes John Roberts at the White House, the president trying to get out in front of democratic criticism of cost cutting measures at the post office. President, insisting that he has tried to fix decades old systemic problems at the Postal Service and the fact that the Postal Service is hemorrhaging money making deliveries for online retailers. This morning, the White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, saying the fact that Democrats will vote on an emergency spending bill for the post office this weekend. May bode well for getting agreement on a so called skinny bill of Corona virus Relief. Meadows also suggesting
Miami - Florida primary voting tops 2.6 million
"Than than 2.6 2.6 Million Million Floridians Floridians have have already already cast cast ballots ballots ahead ahead of of of the the the primary primary primary elections. elections. elections. 80% 80% of of them them voted voted by by mail, mail, Jefferson Jefferson County County County Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor of of of Elections Elections Elections Marty Marty Marty Bishop Bishop Bishop expects expects expects statewide statewide statewide turnout turnout turnout to to to be be be lower lower lower than than than usual. usual. usual. He He feels feels Tuesdays Tuesdays are are helpful helpful learning learning experience experience for for November November with with the the covert covert stuff out there and everything else. We've already learned a whole bunch of new stuff. We're picking up hand, dude. Seems like this primary election has been a lot busier than any before in the past, just generated to prepare for a woman claims she was intimidated when she went to voting. Call your county Ellen Hemorrhage, wrote on Facebook about the experience of North Call your regional bank in Naples. Henrik is a Democrat. And she writes that the poll worker told her the primary was for Republicans only. After the confusion was cleared up. She was eventually allowed to vote Call Your election supervisor says the poll worker will not work in future elections. Will the massive increase in mail and voting because of the Corona virus pandemic cause a delay in tabulating results in Pinellas County 97% of registered voters chose to vote by mail County election Supervisor Julie Marcus tells news Channel eight. Her county will begin to release results minutes after the polls close. So we've tabulated nearly 150,000 those Alice Expecting that the majority probably 70 plus percent of the vote Total is going to be released to the public at +70 to the
How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland
"Tom. What's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Who was that fire nation? Some, that's kind of interesting. The most people don't know is that in September. Two Thousand Sixteen I had a brain hemorrhage and fifty percent of the people had this particular type of brain damage die. And there's another forty one percent that apparently brain damaged and I had three the suck us over ten days. I survived a thriving y that is something I definitely did not know in you are thriving Tom and fire nation. That's exactly why we brought him on the Mike today because as I shared during the intro in talk about generating a weekly flow of inbound new clients leads in. Tom, you've written a trilogy of bestsellers on lead. Zoology. So let's start with you sharing the benefits of Liza algae. Best Way I can do that is paint a picture. So let's let's the picture what changes in your life when someone puts this place is pretty simple. Let's let's take. Let's take Monday morning you wake up you sipping coffee, you open your laptop. Tablet using. And you see. Bookings that have come in from people who are highly qualified who WanNa know more about working with you. That's the scenario and you have message. You haven't had to follow the miles that had booked time to have a talk with you about becoming client, and when you have that meeting was not going to be convincing designing GONNA be confirming because they've already created pre motivated prequalified in terms working they just want us to tell them that it's the right thing to do. That's that's the outcome. That's the benefit of lead dodgy I mean fire nation that's the dream I. Mean You WanNa create a business you want To create a system, you want to have the tools in place where you're waking up and having qualified people that want to know more about you, the one Qassim, your content that want to work with you, and now you've made quite a distinction Tom between marketing and selling. So I defined the two and then break down this distinction marketing is where we generally and selling us where we can better and as someone quite said, nothing happens in a business still selling salt until you've got a prospect and you converted. That person into a Klein and they pay some money we don't have anything we we can't do anything. We can't do our research development county supplies we got by a south. So true nothing happens in a business something sold, but nothing is sold until leads generated. So lead Gen is at the point of the pointy end of any business if you're not generating leads and if you don't have predictive control of the generation of not only the quantity of the caller slates, then you future is blitz. That's is precarious. To say the least. So let's make that distinction between marketing and selling. I mean you just went ahead and kind of define the to what the differences are. But what exactly do you want to make sure fire nation gets when it comes to their marketing and then when it comes to their selling like what's that process look like? So what don't want people to get is that essentially what Peter Drucker said the great management? Guru he said you know the goal of the goal of marketing is to make selling redundant. The way I said is that cell has what you have to do your marketing socks and I got my teeth selling life insurance as as a as a twenty one year old over four years ago I was selling life insurance I would make money morning and call people didn't WanNa. Hear from me. I had to be incredibly good selling because my marketing absolutely shocked. So. All the people go into the sows conversion courses in the south training courses and the whatever type of lettuce you know I'm twisting wise to close the Salad di. They all become redundant relevant. If you get ready your marketing because marketing is going to set it up. So that effective marketing, we'll set it up so that people want to actually work with you before you've actually spoken with him on at all and that that's the big distinction is at first of all inititally jet under control. Selling completely pointless. Now, under convert ride, you know leads coming to prospects and secondly when you get really good at marketing, you don't need to do and he's selling anyhow If if I've done the mocking right people aren't going to say to me well I to think about if I've done my marketing ride, people won't say Will County Florida done. My marketing ride people are going to be motivated and wanted to guys do consoles I have clients. is not about convincing because convincing selling it's about confirming because of done hopefully the marketing right in the first place.
4.8 Million Jobs Added in June, but Clouds Grow Over Economy
"Are much better than expected Report out today shows US economy, adding 4.8 million jobs in June Labor Department now reporting that unemployment also fell to 11% last month, but bankrate dot com economist Mark Hemorrhage says that number may actually be slightly higher. He joined debris. Debbie Feinstein live on Skype to explain 1/3 of the jobs that were lost among the 20 Two million of since been restored, which obviously means 2/3 yet to be. So we sell the high rate of unemployment in our country, and I had an asterisk to the 11.1% unemployment rate you mentioned. Their Labor department cautions us that because of problems with measurement that are ultimately fairly complicated, the actual unemployment rate is about another percentage point above that. So let's talk about 12%. That's 2% above the highest level we saw during the great recession over a decade ago and within certain sectors, for example, in leisure and hospitality, which is the category including bars and restaurants, the unemployment rate they're 29%. That's above the level of the great Depression, So we still have a lot of heartache to work through here. Also, we've gotta recognize that new shutdowns air now underway again because of the pandemic. This data and today's report is from the 1st 2 weeks in June before this latest round of shutdowns. What does this mean? Looking ahead to the next report? That means there's more risk associated with a weakness, or at least a stall in the data will get for the month of July. As you indicate this dad has always collected around the 12th of the month, so it is somewhat stale. At this point. That's why, in some cases It's been more optimal to look at new claims for unemployment benefits of there. We're down for a 13 straight week, but elevated above a 1,000,000 for 15 straight weeks. Do businesses feel okay about rehiring again now? Or is there still too much uncertainty? For example? What happens now? If people stopped traveling again? The answer? That is really about the answer having to do with where you're located. What sector you're operating in on what the business outlook is operating a restaurant which would be doing business under challenging, Sir. Come stances on the best of times because of the high failure rate thinking about being restricted at 30 or 50% of your traditional level of business. You're thinking you're walking on egg shells. But if you're in a service industry, perhaps technology I t working with the cloud collaborative tools of security, the many tools that have kept many of us in operation during the lock down, But do you think the outlook is pretty good, by the way? Mortgage interest rates or a record low levels that's helping the housing mark. And that's one reason why the financial services Trade really still has a remarkably low unemployment rate right now, and that is bankrate dot com economist Mark Hamrick.
A Rare Disease Drug Hunter Turns His Attention to COVID-19
"As a medical student divvied Feigenbaum nearly died from castleman disease. A rare autoimmune condition he would suffer recurring bounce that carried him to the brink of death but was able to push the disease into remission by discovering drug. That could be re purposed to treat the disease. Feigenbaum co-founded the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network and developed a unique approach to research. That's now being adopted by other rare disease organizations. He tells the story in. His book chasing my cure when the Kobe. Nine thousand nine outbreak began vagabond recognized that the deadliest aspect of the disease hyperactive immune response known as a sign of kind storm sharing a common link with castleman disease. He hoped a researcher would apply his approach to finding a potential drug to repurpose to treat the virus and soon enlisted his own team to do so. We spoke to Feigenbaum Assistant. Professor at the Promo School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Co founder and Executive Director of the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network about his own experience. How it led him to. Cova nineteen and his effort to help researchers and clinicians track all of the drugs being tried to treat the pandemic virus. David thanks for joining us. Dan thanks so much for having me. We're going to talk about the covert nineteen pandemic your research efforts. And how you're trying to do for Cova. Nineteen what you did for. Castle Man's disease listeners. Of our sister podcast rare cast will be familiar with you and your story but before we talk about covert nineteen and the work. You're doing there. I think it would be useful to start with your own experiences with Kasim's disease. This is a store you telling your book chasing my cure doctors race to turn hope into action which I recommend to all listeners. But let's start with you becoming ill in medical school. What happened so I went from training to become an oncologist? I had lost my mom to cancer. Just a few years before and wanted to exact revenge on cancer and I went from training to become an oncologist and being a healthy third year medical student to experiencing multi organ failure. My liver my kidneys. My Bone Marrow. My heart and my lungs began to shut down for an unknown reason. They hospitalized me and quickly sent me to the intensive care unit where I had a retinal hemorrhage that made me blind in my left eye against seventy pounds of fluid and I drifted in and out of consciousness for for months at a time I was eventually diagnosed with ideographic. Multicentric castleman disease. Which as you mentioned is a rare and deadly immune system disorder which unfortunately at the time had to be treated with chemotherapy. Because there were there were no other options and thankfully. Chemotherapy saved my life. But I was actually so sick right before. I received chemotherapy that I actually had my last rites read to me by priests because the doctors didn't think I would survive and really considered that moment to be the start of my overtime and time that I didn't think I would have but thankfully I survived with Chemo but unfortunately I would go on to have relapsed after relapse after relapse until I eventually found a drug that could save my life well listeners. Who Want to know that story in greater depth can go to the rare. Cast podcast and find the edition. We did with you. But what exactly did you do to find a drug that could be re purposed to treat castleman disease sure after the fourth time that I nearly died battling this disease and while I was actually on the only drug that has ever undergone randomized controlled trial for my disease in. That drug did not work. I realized I could no longer hope that some researchers somewhere would figure out a drug that could save me at this stage. I was a third year medical student so I I'd dove into the lab and I started doing laboratory. Experiments asserted foundation called the CASTLEMAN disease. Claver network and when I relapsed again about a year later I was in a position to collect samples on myself and store them so if I survived that I could perform experiments on those samples and thankfully chemotherapy saved my life again and I survived and I performed a series of experiments in the lab and looked at a number of data sets databases to be able to try to put together a pattern that I was observing and eventually found a particular communication line called the M. Tour pathway. Which is really important for Many cells in your body particularly immune cells to communicate with one another. I found that that was in a hyperactive state. And I thought well maybe if we can inhibit this particular communication line. Maybe that could save my life and There's a drug that's already. Fda approved that is called Sierra Lima so we began testing on me. And now it's been over six years that I've been in remission and this concept of what's called drug re purposing is a concept that's become Pretty widely recognized recently with Kovic nineteen. It's the idea that you can take a drug approved for something else in. It may have activity against a disease that no one ever thought was possible in in in this case. I'm living proof I'm chatting with you today and alive because of a drug those dog for completely different condition.
NASA-designed G Suits Save New Mothers' Lives
"NASA has long used g suits or inflatable compression garments that prevent blood from pooling in the legs to keep its test pilots and astronauts from blacking out during moments of extreme acceleration after a modified g suit was used to save a woman suffering from postpartum hemorrhage a complication after childbirth. That if left untreated can be fatal NASA scientists conducted research that led them to an even better understanding of how anti gravity suits could be used to decrease bleeding today. A commercially developed reusable garment is a tech transfer that saves new mothers all around the world and costs less than a dollar per use doctors. Who Use these miracle suits to save? Lives often have just one thing to say thank you. Nasa
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Tired he can't believe that this race is still going on he can't believe he hasn't locked up he can't believe that being the number two to Barack Obama wasn't enough but it's not enough it's absolutely not enough they made it obvious we center from beginning by and will not be the nominee he won't be the nominee but I've also said I don't see anybody dropping out of this race of these top tier contenders in really why should that with Bloomberg getting in in in just a few weeks let all the dust settles and rawhide kid you got the money you ride and maybe Bloomberg will getting in will force more people say you know what I've got to give more well I have to finally give because Bloomberg self funding and it's unfair maybe that's the way it gets played the frustration I'm talking about is faith leaders in Indianapolis dealing with crime they got together together with the poor order police Monday morning at city market to introduce their plan with Snyder he's president of the F. O. P. order police you we've heard a lot on W. I. B. C. R. cities hemorrhaging right now we've got to stop the bleeding people are upset the violence in Indianapolis is horrific and people are saying enough is enough and people are actually you know yelling and screaming at add these these these faith leaders and and the F. R. P. and and Rick Snyder's point is I've been asking where the outrages thank you now let's get something done the people who are opposed to outrage a wrong these people didn't block traffic these people didn't break a window these people didn't commit any acts of violence and then threaten anybody they gathered peaceably and petition their government here are our grievances now the question is how much is the how to administration the city county council listening right whether they put out statements well hugs and says it's a bad start of the year yes Mister Maher it's a bad start of the year you know and then you've got the the city county council we know best what we're doing we don't need this extra planner that actual plan know what you need to know is that we're all watching and we're all paying attention the future of this city depends on what happens in the next six months right I have argued there's no vision for the city it's absolutely true there is no vision for the city there is no vision for what Indianapolis is going forward I know what the vision was in the days of high not in the days of Luther I saw that vision I'm a beneficiary of the vision they had what's the version today one who will be the beneficiary of today's vision twenty years from now my kids what vision what vision do you think we're talking about well that's a long term planning view of Indianapolis short term if you don't do something about the violence you will lose convention business you lose people coming downtown and downtown we'll go from very solid to pretty bad real quick and it's already having its issues the homeless issue is an issue that maybe could work on that the panhandling issue can be solved it just takes will power of witches administration seems to have nine nine what so ever so it's good to these groups are getting together I want to talk to these groups I don't want to sit here and be mad at anybody what I want is to get the thing going I want to reduce the crime rate I'm willing to listen I'm willing to say try things what we've been doing doesn't work it's time that everybody just did not I've got so much to get to the popcorn moment in the story before the trump route bills you look amazing what's the secret are you sick number three sixty smart he chooses the comfort on his side to spine we feel great can help keep you.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Surgery 101
"Remember our patient is unstable and trim interest has a lot of blood flow approximately smelly six hundred miles per minute. You can lose a lot of blood from US very quickly. So drain a postpartum hemorrhage scenario. You'll be beginning both medical Emmanuel treatments. At the same time there will likely be a labor and delivery nurse in the room that can help you so to begin. Management always call for help during annual sedation scenario and begin your arrests ESA Tation the protocol ensure you have. IV AXA's haven't monitoring the room make sure patients hooked up to monitors keep oxygen at the bedside in case you need it. Make sure you have your postpartum pardon hammered car or all your supplies in Rome and consult your colleagues. You might need to go into surgery you might need an. Or so don't forget about communicating to your anesthesia team and add your own our nurses to treat for tone performance by manual yoga and massage so one hands on the abdomen. Push on the Fundus. Another hands on is inside the vagina. Compressing the wall compression of the uterus should be maintained and started while other interventions are occurring. While you are doing this you want to evacuate any products or clots. That's inside the uterus also. Insert a Foley Catheter to drain the bladder and give ample room for the universe to contract. Now if you're is while contracted you should move onto other methods. Let's oxidants the first line agent. Depending on the century you're at it might be called Cintos in or Pettersson. This is a manmade version of the chemical. The body already makes the body and labor. It stimulates the opera segment of the Miami trio to constrict spiral arteries. This is the one agent that's used for both prevention and treatment it can and be given intramuscularly as an IV BOA or is ending fusion. Keep in mind that very high doses of oxytocin can cause hypertension. Now let's apply. These first line measures Sarah. Luckily in the central were end. There's a postpartum hemorrhage court with all the supplies we need and we have a lovely team of nurses in the room when is communicating indicating. What the rest of the Labor and Delivery Team on the ward Sarah's already hooked up to a monitor her vital signs are being assessed regularly she has IV access? You insert a fully and begin can buy manual massage and oxygen is given. Unfortunately this still doesn't work to improve your home. See you need to move on to second line measures Serrano that the first medication you gave her is in working in. You're going to try something else. She agrees to the plan. All right. Let's talk about second line. Agents the first one Carbo propsed host or Huma Bait this is a prostate in analog and it will work to increase smooth muscle contract. Tilleke is given as an intramuscular injection or an intrauterine collection because it works on smooth muscle. You want to be cautious. When using it in asthmatics or patients with renal hypnotic or cardiac disease it can also cause severe an explosive diarrhea? Women who are in a C section when given the Asian can actually have a bowel movement and by the end of the surgery. So it's not the most comfortable second-line agent to start off off with the next agent on the list is Mother Gen. That's can be given on the intramuscular injection works to cause basil construction by contracting both Oppor- and lower segments of the uterus. You want to avoid this in patients with hypertensive disorders as they can cause hypertension the next stage fin- misoprostol also known as CYTOTEC Misoprostol contracts theaters. For this reason you will see a used to evacuate products of conception and therapeutic or spontaneous insubordination or also as an agent for an induction of labor. This is given to patients backley or Every patient has altered level of consciousness. Give it actively to avoid aspiration lastly in Tsa Chronic Lama Gossett this was given through. IV It has an anti fiber Agent so it will slow down the breakdown of already developed clots. Use It with caution. In patients with clotting falker impairments so in our case we try these second line agents agents you search through your postpartum hammered car and you're seaside attack intake say right away. Sarah alert and oriented to have sat attack. Luckily you know she doesn't have any clotting disorders so TSA can be used while the nurses giving these agents who are still massaging uterus collect lease start to develop thome and the blue stops. Sarah is now doing skin-to-skin with their baby girl roll. And we debris for on one hand what is depleting didn't stop. What would you do then? And this is when third line options. Come into play now. If the medical agents don't suffice you can perform either unpacking or balloon Nod on the inside of the uterus to put pressure on on the universe from the inside. The next options are surgical options. You can consider compression sutures. These involve fancy suturing techniques that will compress down the uterus. The next options for vessel amboise ation are like Asian. Either Surgically or through Interventional Radiology but these can affect future fertility as you are decreasing blood flow to uterus. The last option is removing the uterus by performing a hysterectomy to treat for trauma. Stop the bleeding by applying direct pressure with caused and closing the injury with sutures. If you notice a Hematoma Forming you will for inner first petitio Manley remove any retain products. And if you can't do that you can consider a DNC and for the last T- `thrombin. I'm Ben you're going to essentially replace clotting factors and platelets all right. That was a lot of information. Online summarized main points postpartum hemorrhage is defined as any blood loss that has the potential to produce human dynamic instability primary postpartum hemorrhage curse within twenty four hours after the delivery of the fetus causes and risk factors revolve around the four. He's tone tissue trauma `thrombin tone refers to the the firmness of the uterus. It will help it. Hard and decrease in size of Meiomi Trim has contracted appropriately tissue refers to any retained products of conception or retained placenta. Aw Trauma refers to any current injuries. Laceration lastly `thrombin refers to a preexisting for an acquired quasi uterine adony the most common common reason for postpartum hemorrhage first line. Therapy involves by manual urine massage. And oxytocin thanks guys for to the PODCAST..
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Surgery 101
"Let's start off tone tone. The uterus just ran a marathon. There's always a chance that might not contract effectively following a delivery and consequently bleed from the lack of blood vessel constriction uterine adony. It's the most most common reason for postpartum hemorrhage this oxytocin I am or I. V is administered after the delivery of the anterior shoulder for prevention of postpartum. Hemorrhage we will. We'll get into details of how oxytocin later. The uterus can also be obstructed from contracting by other structures that are in the way such as it distended bladder fetal parts or retained placenta risk factors for uterine agony includes anything that prevents the muscle from contracting or distension of the. US can do this such as multiple jet station. Pregnancy Paulie high-drama Neal's vibrates grant. Anomalies or macro Somalia. Muscle exhaustion can occur with prolonged use of oxytocin long duration of labor. Burn Grand Multiple Infections. Such as Corio Amnio night as decreases effective contraction of the Miami area in terms of tissue abnormal plantation. Dan Uterine surgery or when you have to manually evacuate. The Placenta puts the patient on risk having placenta left behind that can interfere with those year in blood vessels contracting eating appropriately. Even a small amount of retained membranes can be enough to cause ongoing hemorrhage until it is removed so the next he is trauma. There might be a badge cervical or you're an injury. Patients sat deliver precipitously in deliberates with forceps or vacuum are at increased risk for LAS rations. Patients friends who have a history of uterine surgeries or doing a total lack a trial of labor after C.. Section are also at risk for uterine rupture or lost he he is `thrombin or coagulant. Be This can be a pre existing condition such as Haemophilia von Bulow brand Z's but also keep in mind that patients can acquire aquatic Such as idiopathic thrown beside a peanut perpere more dic disseminated in Tabasco coagulation..
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Plus a long time to be hemorrhaging jobs of companies a long shot and then I think what happens to China when I win. so trump saying. China is hoping that trump does a win in the election what sixty months from now that's that's if you were to decide for this tweet he's saying America's been getting ripped off by these guys too long they're hoping I lose. they're hoping they can wait it out until there's another administration because that administration will cave. SO here's the next tweet and then think what happens to China when I win the deal will get much tougher in the meantime China's supply chain will crumble and businesses jobs and money will be gone he don't really and truly. I I know their reputations to these deals that we're doing with China via the trump administration but somebody's finally got to stand up to these guys they been rolling us for the longest time you think of all the intellect intellectual property that they are guilty of stealing on a regular basis they've got spies in the Silicon Valley they've got people working in these companies just trying to rip off as much stuff as they can and then these trade deals that are completely out of balance for a country that is called meanest slave labor going on there you've got you've got concentration camps in China. hello my gosh communism with a happy face Katie Hey okay. next the tweets for all the geniuses in quotes all the geniuses out there. many who have been another administrations and quote taken to the cleaners by China they want me to get tougher with the E. U. and others to go after China trade practices remember the eat the E. U. N. all treat us very unfairly on trade also will change well it's true we just get screwed by everybody next Germany and so many other countries have negative interest rates they're getting paid for loaning money think about that thank god parts of Europe right now negative interest rates. think about that they're getting paid for loaning money. and our federal reserve fails to act remember these are also weak currency competitors to trump's taken on everybody this morning including the federal reserve which is I like to say is about as federal is federal express. then he says based on the IG report the whole witch hunt against me and my administration was a giant and illegal scam. the house of representatives should now get back to work on drug prices health care infrastructure and all else the Muller report showed no collusion no obstruction. here we go twenty minutes ago the incumbent mayor of London city con she Donald how do you really feel. the incompetent mayor of London city Khan was bothered that I played a very fast round of golf yesterday. many politicians exercise for hours or travel for weeks maybe I run through one of my courses very inexpensive. president Obama Florida Hawaii. true okay any time there was an opportunity to take a break. bush would go to his ranch down in in Texas. bottle would pick up to go to Hawaii yeah. twelve has yet to take a vacation. mark me if I'm wrong. please mark IT vacation that is owned resort that's what he does he goes to his resort and it's never more than a few days. and he was working yeah he was there yeah me he was entertaining guests from other countries and all this kind of stuff. close to me I run through one of my courses very inexpensive present bomber flight Hawaii con should focus on knife crime which is totally out of control in London. people are afraid of a walk the streets is a terrible mayor who should stay out of business stay out of our business okay good for Donald Trump. well the city code guy here's my complaint with him so he goes to World War two to commemorate that goes to Poland for this beginning of World War two commemoration. and I'm thinking you know this guy could do it this would be a great thing as a Muslim man. he should go to. Poland and apologize publicly apologize for Islam's efforts to aid and abet have aligned themselves with Adolf Hitler during World War two that's what he should do he should go there and say listen on behalf of my relation as a man who's in the public spotlight the mayor of one of one of the world's great cities I would like to apologize. for one of the leaders of our religion back during the beginning of World War two who align himself with it off after. but that would be an awesome thing he could do that. but I will hold my breath forty minutes past eight o'clock here on the case will morning sure four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred so we're going to talk about this terrible fire well this bow down in southern California this occurred three o'clock in the morning yesterday and a lot of lives were lost just terrible but was so interesting is Katie and I begin talking about this during the five o'clock hour we started hearing from people within our audience who who knew of that boat intimately in one case a guy charter the vote in another case guy had been of the boat several times for very scuba eggs expeditions so we're going to replay those collars and open up the line see here for more at four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred case of a morning show Katie green eight fifteen and your traffic.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast
"So on the other hand, though, we've got Everton. So they haven't been hemorrhage Ingles or. Defense has actually been surprisingly not so badly for the most part, but they have been hemorrhaging points big time. So they've won one game in the last eight in the league Everton is this is a rough it's been sort of quietly poor. But man, this is a bad run for them including losses Brighton in LeicesteR. So, you know. I think this is a game wherever ten is fully healthy. They're at home like they're they're injured list is zero. There's nobody other injured lists that does like you never see in January. I think Everton with pull up a salad win against a team still has defensive issues. So I'm gonna say three one. Okay. I like that. This is just a road versus home linked for me. These teams are a coin flip. Like, I really believe that. I think that in terms of like if you look at the players, they're they're right around the same range as a cumulative rating for me. I know we like to do this thing in the Premier League where we branch off teams into these subgroups. And when you look at the group's Everton born mature at the ones trending down wants trending up in terms of like the last five years, but I think right now, they're at a very big during a crossing point. And I would like to put my money where my mouth is in bed on a draw draw. I think there's a better I think Everton has more town cross I'm gonna go one one straight up one. No, I don't see what I see why you're saying that. But will you say that in two years looking back on these exact rosters? We'll see. I mean, listen them saying that it would team Ryan Fraser's banging goals in classical. Will you be thinking? He's not going to be banging them in for born with. That's for sure. All right. So you draw a comfortable win for Everton. Next week. Lester hosting Southampton. So Lester just shit the bed bad in their fake Cup fourth year team. But surprisingly, they've looked pretty good in the league. So at a really know what to take with that game Southampton. They got the new coach. This is going to be interesting game like a game where it's like a hot potato game or neither one of them want the ball like if there's ever been a game where neither team or basically both teams are less than fifty percent possession. Somehow like the game. They'll figure out a way. That's really funny possessions. That's forty six forty six. I see that even like seventeen to eighteen the balls just like in the air going back and forth. Like the other times. Would you would you bet on the team that has the lowest possession winning this game? Yes. In fact, I think the yes less ball. You have the better chance you have to win this game. This is gonna be like high school football game where the the offenses are like so bad that they start like punting on second down hoping that like the guy muffs the punt on the other end. I think that's I think both teams wanted I'm gonna actually going to go. So it sounds like you may go with one of the I'm gonna go withdraw. I'm gonna go with a one one draw. Both teams muff one punt one one draw. I actually am excited for this game to be honest with you, I wanna see what happens in the midfield. I wanna see what the roles given to the midfielders are because I think you're right about the ball being it will bypass amid field plenty of time. Yeah. I wanna see how this is coached between LeicesteR and how they're managed and Southampton with hospital like I wanna see specifically what the roles assigned to the midfield players are. I think it's going to be a lot of second ball. So you'll see the attacking each other. And then one can eight like box box kind of running suicides the entire game. But I'm gonna go with this surprise, you Lester is so streaky. Whatever I have against the top six side of pick them. But whatever have them against the bottom side, I'm going to take Hampton. So I'm gonna take Southampton to one. All right. All right. Interesting. Interesting. You're so hot and all them unless ter- a..
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Big Blue View
"But if the offense of line keeps hemorrhaging pressure like it has been they might be worried that the rookie could get shellshocked or just not even have the opportunity to impress them. So that could be where that's coming from. Or it could just be coachspeak and saying we want to win the game. We are hoping that ally gives us the best chance to win. Yeah. I mean, just at at some point I think you have to start seriously talking about how there is an issue that will eventually need to address did. Yeah. At at quarterback. That's something you're going to have to think about just hoping that suddenly elementary is going to be better. And it I mean, if we're being honest, he lamenting has not been great for a couple of years now. So I I don't understand how this like this magical idea that he's somehow going to be better. I'll looking at his so adjusted net yards attempt is basically yards. Attempt that factors in touchdowns interceptions and sacks. And I'm looking at his his rate stats where if you look at a hundred a hundred is league average above one hundred a percentage above the average below is whatever percentage below average. He hasn't had an adjusted net yards per attempt plus over a hundred since twenty fifteen so I don't know what he li- manning were waiting for Kenny play better than this. Maybe. But just this entire quarterback thing is something that really needs to be taken into account quickly. But as you look past that and what we have in front of him. And maybe part of the reason ally has been like he has been for the past couple years is the offensive line. So last week the giants actually made a waiver claim and took on John Brown from the Los Angeles Rams, which actually I is is. A really good move. So Brown kind of lost his starting job with the Rams this year because of a suspension for the first couple of games of the season. And then awesome Bligh from slid in and he's played pretty well. So the Rams really didn't have anywhere to put him. So they waived him the giants because of their spot on waivers of because of their record were able to claim them. He was apparently claimed by a couple of other teams giants had priority there. But he he could be pretty good. He so he played right guard for the Rams why she started all sixteen games over a thousand snaps only allowed one sack. I'm looking at his numbers per football outsiders in sports in both solutions here he had the fewest blown blocks on that Rams offensive line last season while playing the most snaps of those authentic vitamin so this is potentially a good piece. That could be added to this authentic line going forward and outright guard where the giants do definitely need some help. They need a lot of help. It would also let the move John Greco back to center, which would be an upgrade over Spencer poli who at times it looked last game. Like Brecqhou was trying to make the protections and pulley didn't have a whole lot of idea. What was going on? Which is not what you want from your center Brown might wind up upgrading to spots, which would be a significant improvement for the giant after surprise to me that they were able to get him. Because usually there are not thirty two or sixty four starting guards in the NFL. I mean, how many teams have starters that you look at and just should not be. Starters. Look at the giants. Yeah. So it's it's it's a price to me that a smart team and a team that has been intelligently aggressive like the Rams let a starter and a solid. Good star light Brown leave and not just let him leave but cut him. So the giants had to starting centers and let one leave and let the other one go. And now they're winding hole wind up hoping to be able to move an old guard back to center it..
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on KQED Radio
"IBM documents show that company medical specialists knew, that some of. Watson's, recommendations, were, actually unsafe including incorrect treatments stat news reporter. Casey Ross writes. About the documents and Casey this is stunning one on college is from Jupiter, medical center in Florida is quoted as. Saying this product is a piece of blank what was Watson supposed to? Do, with cancer treatment and what's the criticism well what Watson was designed to do was to give practicing oncologists recommendations at the point of care to. Treat patients who are, in front of them and, according to IBM at least in its marketing these recommendations were supposed to be. Based on its analysis of real patient data these internal documents that we reviewed found. In fact that that was not the case the way the system was trained was hypothetical scenarios and recommendations were being fed, into it by doctors at Memorial Sloan. Kettering Who are basically inputting their own preferences for treatment doctors on the other end of that who are using the system we're finding that the, recommendations just were. Not, very, valuable, or relevant in the care of the patient. Force in some. Cases it looks like in your writing they could have been harmful one patient, who was hemorrhaging who is bleeding Watson. Recommended a medication that you're not supposed to give when somebody's bleeding in? Some, cases the recommendations that were put out through the system were inaccurate had no foundation and clinical guidelines and in some cases were found to be. Unsafe for dangerous to, patients what you've been reporting, on problems since last September saying you were hearing that lesson was a living. Up to expectations now you're putting that IBM new didn't disclose problems what does IBM. Say IBM continues to sort of toe this company line that they've built this product that successful that it's helping patients that They have been able to sell it to hospitals around the world that are are using it but still the adoption remain slow in another, internal conference call that we were able to review they also just said that they did not meet their. Revenue targets for, Watson Franck colleges so there is, a gap between what they're. Saying publicly and what they're saying privately will, you, also report that there's research around IBM maybe partnering with another technology. A combined technology, that might have better luck but has anybody died from this, or had a negative outcome from, Watson's recommendations that we know nobody has been harmed as a result of the recommendations Watson gives recommendations than they're designed to be used in concert with a physician who would consider them and. Decide whether or not to put them in place. For a patient so, we don't have any evidence that as a result of any of its recommendations a physician has been led down the The wrong path, and give a patient given a patient treatment that's been harmful but what's clear is that in the case of the use of this technology IBM is. Essentially experimenting with it in real time it has not been validated to the extent that I think a lot of doctors around the world want it to be show that. It is both useful relevant and accurate and I think that's disquieting to a lot, of physicians well and too many patients So patients and doctors. Beware stat reporter Casey Ross full linked to his reporting. It, here now dot org Casey, thanks, thanks very much for having me and.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Start screaming the loudest what's happening there Well Depression comes in many forms for, me it's it's sort of a continuous. Oddness Paired with the ability or the near the end, if you've got, a Cup of. Coffee on the table in front of, you you're acting sergeant pick it up That's the definition you gave you. And yet your personality on television is one that people would find hard to, juxtapose with some, of that right Well yeah I use that as a. Self, defense That's The most therapeutic thing to. Me To make other. People laugh when, I was at so you know I I made fun of myself before the, other children codes because I mean I was not a. Particularly fried, child classic attention deficit of course we. Didn't have a pillow for offense I'm, going to go to school seventeen so That's the way it was what do you think would have happened if they had had a pill for it. Back. Then I wouldn't I, certainly wouldn't be here the creative side. Of it is something I. Think if if you don't allegedly have the brand show it'd be smart as a younger person You. Know I think a lotta people alone prospects in alcoholics what, we know for factor are very creative It's interesting that, you say that because Jim Carey, says he grabs some of that from a dark place to Jim Carey who's at the. Height of, comedy says that a lot of those guys say. That creativity can be found in the darkness Yes absolutely you know from Lenny Bruce to Janis Joplin there The people? That, are. Created from one side, and traffic on the other Again David Feherty is uncommonly honest he's colorful he's not a coach he's part of the coverage of the open championship continues all day today and tomorrow on. The, golf channel and airs on the golf channel and. NBC this weekend. David you gave one. Of the best descriptions. Of golf I love golf. I'm a big golfer you said one minute you're bleeding. The next minute you're hemorrhaging the next minute you're painting the Mona Lisa that actually happened to be yesterday explained to me That didn't actually happen. I went bogey double. Bogey that's the hemorrhaging part. And then birdied the Nicole Mona Lisa painting Mona Lisa. What's the most frustrating has ever made you David Yeah, well, I'm not sure about the Mona Lisa you know I've, been feeling recently is more sort of, Cuba's something What would you what would be? Your. Answer to? His question, the most like Brooks cut good. Is it you know he's on his knees trying to And? He hit two shots into the side of the bunker so? What's the most frustrated you've? Ever. Been playing golf do, you have a story like that Well I? Didn't say I was on the radio What was the next part of your question the most frustrated golf has made you when you're in? It, and something that the sport has made you The most frustrating Well I said about a Little free on the golf course in, a large tree and And at. One point when I'd have trumpeted Don I actually changed clubs So Degree of devotion to angry digging. Grind Devotion, to being angry how many how? Many how many shots did you lose trying. To dig something out of the predicament you put, yourself in Well, anybody who, knows a large has long been? Branches so what happened was I had a. Shot to the brain I took the club back when these branches wrote really easily Iraqi around the shop and the club had shorted the ball So I kind of angrily untangled it Dan Cover. Shot three hundred runs Hemorrhaging Chop the tree out of the ground with the? Club, oh. Yeah Took it on. The, roots So you understood you understood what Mickelson did the other day or did a month ago when he was just chasing his head it like, you understand playing golf emotionally so which is trying, to save the icing call Enjoyed talking to you Thank you for calling us from from over there and thank you for being so opened with. All. Of your coverage now thanks for having me on voice Let's go Jettison going to fuel..
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Terrible they're hemorrhaging. Money trust me, it's you got a NBA teams the Knicks are actually higher than anybody higher than the Lakers higher. Than the warriors although the warriors, are obviously close our gap yet no doubt. And don't say how, many baseball teams but obviously you, do the math there twenty nine and eight not a whole lot of room left. Couple of soccer teams on the outside of the Yankees anybody else dot Yankees probably dodgers it so I think the. Red Sox run the I don't Thirty seven thousand seats I don't know but you. Wanna make buddy those. Are the teams. That you might want to model your business, model after The cardinals GM Steve pleads guilty to the DUI suspended five, week, you're out yesterday? I got into. This obviously his PAC was. Not that far below Floyd when he was found did you see the numbers What was it was like point two one seven for Floyd point one nine three for, kind bridge like think about the difference it's. Barely detectable but now think about the difference in, weight was handled yeah part of I think Floyd was at a pass, that was not. That great into that. And he was passed out at the wheel I think the circumstances and. It was on video whereas Time was not just a regular you, know Pullover you get charged and you. Get suspended I think this is about right I think it's five weeks is a big is is is a long suspension in the NFL and two hundred k.. He's, got these guys are making five, million yeah he's. Probably one and a half something like that if, if that's a big number of of the the. Pay the piper here I? Got a question when does? This spend start. And will he be able let's face it if you're the GM and you're suspended that is. Really not have a role on the team he just, call up Personnel stop, vice Steve thanks yeah I mean he could still be. Involved it's interesting it's a good question, because, if it's a start, of the season it's less impactful than if. It's right roster cutdown for sure no. Doubt no would have been amazing. If the cardinals were on hard knocks this year is all the gems are always visible right and if it did start now we're coinciding with the start at. Camp, would he'd been involved at all, I mean I. Guess I guess not I mean if they're if, they're true to their word five weeks probably about. Right but and the video? The visual evidence of our? Minds that's a. Bad looks I I guess I'm okay with this but but that's that's a that's a really. Dangerously high number agreed This is well Aaron Rodgers looking into maybe structuring is next contract in a bit of, an unorthodox manner now it could work it. Might not work basically short, summation is, maybe, he. Has. The ability, to opt in and opt. Out kind. Of like the recent NBA starts one thing BT the opt-out styles, one thing he's talking about the second thing not necessarily erogenous. Is talking, about but he's he's he it's it's being tied to his contract negotiations is it he wants a percentage percentage contract. Which? Means I want fifteen or twenty percent of the cap now the problem. With that is the cap starts? Flying up, all of a sudden you're. Going to, be paying Aaron Rodgers forty million dollars if he's got a if the, cap goes up I, would or if the percentage of player revenues goes up. Because, of the new collective bargaining agreement, and, he has his contract, it just it it's it's overly beneficial Him that, endebtment not only of the organization but to..
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The suspension of a fraternity at temple university special victims unit says the first incident happened in february but was reported this month a nineteen year old temple student says she was at a party was sexually assaulted by a member of the alpha epsilon pi in the frat house a second nineteen year old student says she was also at a party at the frat house in march and reported this month to that team says she was given several drinks by members of the paternity when she became dizzy and disoriented then woke up in bed with one of the members of the fraternity police say that team beliefs she was sexually assaulted two police say so far no one has been arrested or charged locks twenty nine philly reporters shun at wilson any salad eaters out there if you're on a health kick you better listen up you're gonna have to get rid of certain lettuce for a while it's a romain whole heads of romaine chopped salad mixes that have romaine in them the centers for disease control and prevention or saying just get rid of them all that comes as fifty three people in sixteen states have reported becoming sick with e coli the original concern had been over bags of chopped romaine but now e coli is turning up in all kinds of romaine lettuce that lettuce grown in the yuma arizona area but it was shipped all over the country to different packaging facility so it's been hard to track e coli usually produces severe digestive problems and stomach cramps joel nato fox news at a major league baseball player remains in critical but stable condition from internal bleeding on the brain chicago white sox reliever danny far car was sitting in the dugout falling released into the sixth inning of a game two nights ago when he passed out from hemorrhaging the thirtyoneyearold regained consciousness before he was taken away to the hospital the white sox say the bleeding was caused by a ruptured aneurysm is currently in the icu at rush university medical center i'm kim duffy fox news radio i pressure keep things dry through the daytime hours on monday the.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"A real hemorrhaging of justice well and we're seeing a lot of outrageousness from jim komi this this fired fbi director who's making the rounds now with his book tour i can't believe that the rank and file in the fbi he's very pleased with the way this guy politicized his position the way he had blasted the commander in chief in this interview with former clinton aide george stephanopoulos i mean hugh the you use the word outrageous and it's the perfect word but it's not even daily anymore it's hourly we're seeing outrage after outrage after outrage and there is one solution is one thing i agree with jim komi about it's in the voting booth that's all you got thirty five thousand fbi employees thirty four thousand nine hundred of them are great people that are putting their lives on the line for us today hundred of them more or less there are some very funky stuff that went on a doj in twenty sixteen some very sketchy stuff yup and i always wanted a special prosecutor in my friends say no you can't especially prosecutor i want a big into the irs scandal into the server scandal i wanna dig into the insurance policy into the maccabee issue let's get it out i've got no fear whatsoever but investigation now i'm not afraid of what motive be fired i don't think there's collusion michael the only collusion going on here is that you have somehow gotten onto my crews with elder somehow got under the deal the elderly i worked up in august to go out to hawaii i turn out and the number one room on the whole boat the biggest room the presidential suite is in my gallagher's name how did that apple i got a lot of bags i do travel with a lot of luggage show there's has to be room for all the luggage this hawaii cruise when i hear seven days with a couple of my favorite people in the world hughhewitt larry elder and special guests mike lindell from mypillow who's got an amazing story this sort of you know rock bottom addict does invented this pillow changes people's lives and he's a good good guy he's a christian he's a conservative he's he's been to the white house seven days in paradise for this aloha talkers cruise it's a it's a.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken
"Selling acquisitions driving people your door and they're running out the back doors quickly as you get him in the front now the scarier thing is some folks listening may say joey you know i don't know what what this applies to you know what industry you're talking about our industries you know but i that ours is different here's the thing i've talked to people all over the world in every industry can imagine most businesses don't even know what their defection rate is they don't even have an understanding of the customers that they are losing and what percentage they're losing and when they lift up the hood and they kinda look underneath they realize that they're hemorrhaging new customers and i personally believe in yet to find an example that this is the biggest threat to the success of businesses today and it's something that no one's talking about right so this falls completely this is not about sales you've already made the sale this is attention so great line from dr ted levitt senior professor at harvard business school he had a quote and the quote was the function of every business is to and can you fill in the blank can i fill in the blank can good question well i personally think the function of every business should be to keep their customer exactly out of ten people if you walk down the street they will say the function of businesses to make money and dr levitz idea was the function of businesses to get and keep your customers and if you focus on the goal which is making money you sometimes lose because you didn't pay attention to the function of your business so i think you've nailed it joey and i just wish i would have come up with the first one hundred days.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And i'm not going to budge especially with this issue its safety public safety it should be a political football and i don't think it was a political football until the left uh decided that they were going to have a pep rally in an arida of seven thousand and people in have teenagers read questions that were scripted by anti gun folks by cnn themselves to shout down any sort of ideas that marco rubio in a dana lascher the nra head the left is is who politicized this because they're opportunitist they saw a chance to drive the new cycle get some donations for the democratic party which is hemorrhaging money at this time period the red somebody a little earlier hit on the fact that the democrats are basically an issue the issue only oriented uh entity at this time period and they they just jump from one thing to another whatever's driving the new cycles whatever they can send out there emails and their press releases and get more money into their coffers for because it 2018 historically during the midterm of a newly elected president he doesn't do well even ronald reagan in 1982 did not do well and knows midterms that historically the democrats are set up uh for for some big gains in 2018 but it's just not going to happen uh because they are uh they've become a party that has lost their identity uh they don't have any leadership in the only thing they can rely on is hot button issues that come across every now and then you're every few weeks of it's not rushing collusion it said the daca program in this week and for the last couple of weeks it's been a it's been the school school shootings and another thing with these these kids these teenagers they haven't been at school in two weeks now they had cnn cameras at their house on social media people are retweeting them and uh the edna at liking their tweets i mean hundreds of thousands and this is every they've become celebrities here and they've been politicized by the left in a course they're going to say whatever they keeps there may be these are teenagers here and they're going to say and do whatever it takes to keep this momentum keep this fire going to four three thirty three thirty three never to get in derek you're on news radio kkob thank you provided me on your.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"You look like a genius even when you're completely outcoached in that particular drive or play aaron major right so how many how many guys do you let go if like if it means you need to give donald that much more money like it themselves or vice the overlooks remain you sacrifice ally be seattle was built on defense and they put the money on defense sherman the the safety i'm sorry to mcdonald's heralds aama's kam chancellor by any other got yeah there was a they put money on that side because that's how they were winning they didn't have to pay russell wilson as soon as that flipped when now you have to pay your elite quarterback you're going to start hemorrhaging guys will were they went thin line russell we can't pay a guy you're going to have to be elusive so that's how it is in the nfl when you have a guy that good eventually you're going to have this is where gone is on a cost you people this is where golf not sucking as at all as it turns out makes a huge difference now you don't have to spend twenty five million dollars on car cousins next year exactly and hopefully you can keep the other day once they're looking for the national football league as a way to build your football team to be dominant to where you can replace your quarterback every four years you should keep costs down and you can spend everywhere else which is impossible a really interesting cynical way of looking at it that is that the nfl as a reservoir while he's in world sport i'm gonna say i mean 'cause demarco's dead on right 'single the cynical cheryl sports it's a very interesting way of looking at got my trudell coming up in about twenty minutes to go over last night's the buckle at staples center where the lakers lose to the mavericks or excuse me the memphis to memphis but coming up next guys lebron james has revealed the secret to his success in its accessible to all of us will explain next chemnitz he brothers and dimarco farias pannella cabinets he rose bri giminez he and kim manetzky and with dimarco far well.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Talking about um anthem sports has basically been haemorrhaging money through gf w and and losing a lot of funding and um that this is just been a bad investment and their look in the south well i you know listen i feel bad for their problems but as were discussing gf w i actually hear us news losing listeners so we don't wanna bad enough they're having bad business but we want to harm our own business i think we said enough but i will say this though f f g w is going down the tubes we we need vents to at least snatched the tape library and the trademarks while at some point when the prices low enough you can be sure vince is going to get the dna library because the now with aj styles and cavagnaud ends becoming the stars they've become a neighbor your words uh however selling body rude sarcastic have it owns i met samoa joe yes samoa joe bobby rude with these guys becoming such an integral part of the wwe you you can guarantee and by the way when it's all said and done you how cheap the price is going to be for that library i made to say it but i'm science it is the only person who would ever be able to pay for it would be vents as the only currency value in it else would the value b t n a like starting their own network in it doesn't make sense so yeah they can actually it'll happen they can't.
"hemorrhaging" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To come before the american people and evening address and say this war can't be one this is actually part of a larger nuance conflict the goes back generations we could a president do that that probably not but but there are things he can do and so i think the american people would like very much to hear something we have not heard yet from this administration which is eight diplomatic strategy to end the conflict we don't make peace with our friends we make peace with our enemies and i think this far in the first six months of his administration and what we've seen diplomatically out of the trump administration orders on strategic malpractice we don't he said that embassador but we don't have an ambassador in kabul yet we don't have an assistant secretary for the region who could actually sit down and brokered deals the so state department is hemorrhaging talent and because of this there's no way to actually set up a diplomat matic apparatus that brings in partners from the region that brings in the neighbors and and uses the considerable leverage the united states has economically and diplomatically to bring this war to an why were that work what's the what is your argument that that a diplomatic option would be at least the most effective thing to try i guess there's to are he's the first is no one thanks there's going to be a military solution so if if you cannot bomb your way to victory it's best to start talking and we've known this about the taleban since at least two thousand eleven even at the height of this third with one hundred thousand troops the taliban thought they were winning and they think they're winning today so the since data since the military heavyhanded approach of just trying to get the a guy to give up isn't working then it's always best to start seeing how you can strike deals and the taleban requires and lives off of the supported from pakistan we provide pocket stock considerable amounts of money and aid and support both for fighting terrorism and or other matters and it's pretty clear to me given the fragile state of the pox on the economy and political apparatus that we could deploy that.