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"icu" Discussed on DerrickTalk
"Spotify for Podcasters has revolutionized the world of podcasting by allowing the novice and seasoned podcaster to create a podcast painlessly and in real time. No cost, no hassle, and you can even record from the comfort of your own PC or phone. That's right, and the Q &A polls allow real-time interaction between the host and his audience. What are you waiting for? Download Spotify for Podcasters now and make your voice heard on sites like Spotify, iHeartRadio, Deezer and more. Prayers go out to Crazy Bone. He is a member of the infamous hip-hop trio Bone Thugs and Harmony, and of course everyone pretty much I would assume you probably know who Bone Thugs and Harmony is. They've been responsible for such hits as Crossroads, First of the Month. I mean, man, you know, if you are a 90s baby, you probably definitely have heard of Bone Thugs and Harmony, Crazy Bone, Busy Bone. I've actually seen them in concerts, so the guys were absolutely amazing on stage. I think I saw him at Chop Suey here in Seattle. But anyway, Crazy Bone is going through a medical emergency. It's not looking good. He is actually fighting for his life. According to sources, he checked himself into a Los Angeles hospital after he was coughing up a lot of blood. So he checks himself into a hospital, and obviously there's some type of bleeding going on with one of the arteries in his lungs, and doctors have been unsuccessful in stopping that bleeding. So they are attempting a second surgery after the first one was unsuccessful. So, they are attempting a second surgery to try to stop the bleeding, and he is on a ventilator. He is having to have assisted breathing, so it does not look good for Crazy Bone. Fifty years of age, just a bad situation. So we are praying for his recovery. I have not heard any updates, except the fact that they are performing a second surgery and the family is being very, very quiet about his medical condition. Obviously, the only ones that really know what's going on with Crazy Bone is probably family members at this point, but we are praying for a speedy recovery. Obviously, I think it's pronounced sarcoidosis, sarcoidosis. I think this is the disease, it's kind of like an inflammatory disease that attacks the lymph nodes, the lungs, the eyes, the brains, pretty much any organ in the body. For some people, they kick it. It's not a problem, but for some people, obviously, like anything, it can be very detrimental to their health.Bernie Mac, famous comedian, he passed away from sarcoidosis. So it's definitely something that can be fatal if not treated properly, if not caught early. We are praying for Crazy Bone, that he makes a speedy recovery. This obviously is very, very bad news. People like LeBron James, other celebrities are reaching out to extend their prayers. Definitely, we are asking that the audience members here on Convo Over Cigars pray for Crazy Bone, that he makes a speedy recovery after this medical emergency. You guys have been locked in to another edition of Convo Over Cigars on a Monday. I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. It's a rainy one in Seattle. Everybody be blessed.
A highlight from 50 Year Old Rapper Krayzie Bone Fighting For His Life In ICU...
"Spotify for Podcasters has revolutionized the world of podcasting by allowing the novice and seasoned podcaster to create a podcast painlessly and in real time. No cost, no hassle, and you can even record from the comfort of your own PC or phone. That's right, and the Q &A polls allow real -time interaction between the host and his audience. What are you waiting for? Download Spotify for Podcasters now and make your voice heard on sites like Spotify, iHeartRadio, Deezer and more. Prayers go out to Crazy Bone. He is a member of the infamous hip -hop trio Bone Thugs and Harmony, and of course everyone pretty much I would assume you probably know who Bone Thugs and Harmony is. They've been responsible for such hits as Crossroads, First of the Month. I mean, man, you know, if you are a 90s baby, you probably definitely have heard of Bone Thugs and Harmony, Crazy Bone, Busy Bone. I've actually seen them in concerts, so the guys were absolutely amazing on stage. I think I saw him at Chop Suey here in Seattle. But anyway, Crazy Bone is going through a medical emergency. It's not looking good. He is actually fighting for his life. According to sources, he checked himself into a Los Angeles hospital after he was coughing up a lot of blood. So he checks himself into a hospital, and obviously there's some type of bleeding going on with one of the arteries in his lungs, and doctors have been unsuccessful in stopping that bleeding. So they are attempting a second surgery after the first one was unsuccessful. So, they are attempting a second surgery to try to stop the bleeding, and he is on a ventilator. He is having to have assisted breathing, so it does not look good for Crazy Bone. Fifty years of age, just a bad situation. So we are praying for his recovery. I have not heard any updates, except the fact that they are performing a second surgery and the family is being very, very quiet about his medical condition. Obviously, the only ones that really know what's going on with Crazy Bone is probably family members at this point, but we are praying for a speedy recovery. Obviously, I think it's pronounced sarcoidosis, sarcoidosis. I think this is the disease, it's kind of like an inflammatory disease that attacks the lymph nodes, the lungs, the eyes, the brains, pretty much any organ in the body. For some people, they kick it. It's not a problem, but for some people, obviously, like anything, it can be very detrimental to their health. Bernie Mac, famous comedian, he passed away from sarcoidosis. So it's definitely something that can be fatal if not treated properly, if not caught early. We are praying for Crazy Bone, that he makes a speedy recovery. This obviously is very, very bad news. People like LeBron James, other celebrities are reaching out to extend their prayers. Definitely, we are asking that the audience members here on Convo Over Cigars pray for Crazy Bone, that he makes a speedy recovery after this medical emergency. You guys have been locked in to another edition of Convo Over Cigars on a Monday. I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. It's a rainy one in Seattle. Everybody be blessed.
A highlight from Life Support, Surviving Guillain-Barre Syndrome with Author, Rare Illness Advocate and Survivor Holly Frances
"And that's it for this video. Holly, write us through that one. Give us that whole concept of what happened and what it is, and then what was the symptoms, you know, the whole thing, and then the experience itself. Sounds good. So, this all happened back in 2011. So, I was 26 years old at the time, and I was completely healthy. I had a great career. I was newly married, and I'd actually just given birth to my daughter. So, I had a wonderful nine month pregnancy. I was really looking forward to my future and being a mom and just creating all these new memories and starting this new chapter of my life. And so, it was a really, really exciting and happy time in my life. And, you know, you have your whole life planned, but sometimes life has a different plan for you. And that's what happened with me. And so, I was at home recovering from a c -section. I had a baby, and, you know, just adjusting to life as a new mom. And it was tough, breastfeeding and getting up in the middle of the night, but I loved it. And I was just, like I said, just really, really happy. But then suddenly, I got this weird pain in my neck. So, that was one of my first symptoms that I had. And at the time, I thought it was just like a pinched nerve or something like that. Later, I got some tingling in my fingertips. I kind of just ignored that. And then later that night, it progressed to kind of weakness in my legs. So, it kind of felt like I was getting the flu. And I was walking up the stairs, and I remember thinking, I'm really tired, and I'm really drained, and my legs feel really heavy, and thought that I was just getting sick. And I also thought, you know, I'm probably just really tired, need a good night's sleep. And especially me, I'd been healthy my entire life. So, I certainly didn't now. Unfortunately, everything really progressed very quickly. And within a few hours after that, the pain was so severe that I was in tears. And I was taking pain medication, and it wasn't helping. And I'm going on Google, and I'm Googling like these symptoms, and it's saying I have a pinched nerve. Because that's what you do when you have symptoms, right? You Google. Yeah, WebMD, exactly. So, of course, that's what it says, I have a pinched nerve. And so, I'm trying to ignore it, and I'm trying to do massages and stretches, and nothing's helping. I go to bed that night trying to ignore it. And my daughter actually woke up in the middle of the night to nurse. And when I stood up to go to her, my legs actually gave out on me. And so, I fell to the floor. And it was then that I knew that it was much more severe than a pinched nerve, or maybe it was a pinched nerve, but it was very serious. It was affecting my ability to walk, basically. So, I went to the hospital. I had my had him drop me off. And I said, you know, I don't want my newborn coming in with me. Just come back in a couple hours. I'll call you once I'm ready. And unfortunately, things progressed so quickly that within 12 hours of arriving at the hospital, I was completely paralyzed, breathing on a ventilator in the ICU. That's how quickly it came on. What? That's ventilator. I mean, I got the paralysis piece, but the ventilator, I mean, so the whole body was not functioning. This is not just the extremities. Yeah. So, basically, what happened? So, once I went into the hospital, I was lucky that I saw a doctor that he admitted, I don't know what's wrong with you, but I'm going to try and find somebody that might. He noted that I was very weak, and I was losing grip strength, and I was losing the ability to walk. And he brought down a neurologist to come meet me. And he had seen a case of GBS before. And he said, I think you have this rare disease called Guillain -Barre syndrome. And I remember just looking at him going like, I don't know what that is. I've never heard of that. Most people have never heard of GBS. And so, what it is, is it's a rare autoimmune disorder. And it's very similar to multiple sclerosis. So, a lot of people know what MS is. And MS is affecting basically the brain and the spinal cord. And GBS is very similar, but it basically affects the nerves in the body. And so, your immune system sees an attack on the body, and then it sends out your immune system to basically, you know, attack or fight whatever it sees. And the body then begins to attack itself in GBS. And so, that's what's happening to me. It started to attack the nerves. And basically, it stopped my body from being able to transmit signals and causing weakness and eventually paralysis. So, the paralysis for me spread so quickly. Within 72 hours of my very first symptom, it spread all the way up my diaphragm and affected my lungs and basically paralyzed my diaphragm. So, it affected my ability to breathe on my own. And so, that was when I was rushed to ICU, put a tube in my mouth, and basically, basically on my deathbed, not sure if I was going to survive.
A highlight from FULL INTERVIEW - Brandon Tatum, Salem Radio Host
"Tatum is a warrior. He's the host of the Officer Tatum Show and a wildly successful and popular show and podcast. Brandon co -founded Blexit with Candace Owens, which has been a game changer, an organization dedicated to changing the narrative. He's the author of Beaten Black and Blue, being a black cop in an America under siege. He and I are going to be on stage in San Diego a week after next. I wanted to catch up with my friend Brandon Tatum here on The Mike Gallagher Show. How have you been, Officer Tatum? I've been great, Mike. How are you? I'm good. I'm excited to see you in person in San Diego, August the 10th. More on that in just a moment. By the way, some breaking news. This is kind of scary. This just coming across, the news sources, LeBron James' son, Bronny, has had a cardiac arrest. 18 years old. He's an accomplished basketball player in his own right. LeBron James' son, Bronny, suffered cardiac arrest during a basketball workout. He was taken to the hospital. He was in the ICU. Now he's in general care. So obviously, prayers for that young man. There have been a lot of these stories, Brandon, a lot of these cases of young people with heart conditions and heart...gosh, it's tough sometimes to reject the instinct to go into conspiracy theory mode, isn't it? Well, I'll tell you what, Mike. I don't think it's a conspiracy at this point. You know, we've never seen young athletes fall dead, cardiac arrest, heart issues. It has never happened. I mean, we've never seen it to this level. So it's pretty clear to me that it has something to do with COVID -19 and has something to do with the vaccine. And if you would ask me what my opinions are, which one has the most effect, I think it was the vaccine. Maybe LeBron James' son took the vaccine. I'm sure he did. They were promoting it. They were pushing it. And now you see something like this happen. But I'm just very thankful that his son recovered, man. As a father, politics aside, vaccine aside, that will be a horrible day for you, losing your son. No question. And so, obviously, everybody praying for the James family. Let's talk politics, though, for just a moment, because every single day, Brandon, we get more information about the Biden crime family, Hunter Biden's...I mean, it's astounding to me that the mainstream media doesn't want to connect the dots that Joe Biden multiple times said he had no knowledge of his son Hunter Biden's business dealings. Over and over again on the campaign trail, he said it. Maybe help get him elected in 2020, if you believe it. And now comes Devin Archer, who's going to testify this week that Hunter put his dad, Joe Biden, on the phone while talking to foreign entities repeatedly, which would make a ball faced liar out of Joe Biden. Brandon, how can Republicans not be demanding an impeachment proceeding against Joe Biden? Well, I'm hoping that they do soon. You know, I'm very shocked that they haven't jumped on impeachment a lot quicker. They literally impeached Donald Trump twice over absolutely nothing. We have all the material that one would need to start an impeachment proceedings. It's very clear, even with Poroshenko and in the Ukraine, with the loan guarantees that Joe Biden is on camera saying that he leveraged in order to get something accomplished. And this gentleman, this attorney or the prosecutor was over investigating, but reasonable where his son, where Hunter Biden was working, he was on the board making millions of dollars with no qualifications, smoking crack off of prostitutes and somehow leading in a company making millions. And we already saw this years ago, but this this this is what it indicates to me. The mainstream media is absolutely pointless, is feckless. It's a propaganda machine. There is no way whatsoever you have this much evidence of a president's son doing dirty deals with a foreign government, including the president, but now president. He was doing it as the vice president and they not report on it every single day around the clock. It's corrupt. I mean, the media, the word, I think the word that fits it is perfectly is corruption. The mainstream media, they reek to high heaven with corruption, but good things are happening. And Brandon, I wonder if you share my optimism. I look around, I see sound of freedom over one hundred and twenty five million dollars now at the box office. Jason Aldean's song, Try That in a Small Town, goes to number one in America. Look at the financial struggles of companies like Woke Companies, Disney, Kohl's, Target, Bed Bath and Beyond. And there it feels like the sleeping, sleeping giant has been awakened. Do you agree with my optimism or not? Mike, I agree with you a thousand percent. You know, the resiliency of the American spirit is resounding. You know, I just I'm so inspired to be an American and this is what America does. Unfortunately, we have to get poked or we have to get back into a corner for us to stand up. I'm excited to see, but like going losing billions of dollars by trying to be woke and I love the Jason Aldean song. You know, I love country music and this is one of my favorite songs, not just from Jason Aldean, but country music in general. So to see it jump to the top of charts, to see the feedback that I get on my YouTube channel, I've made like five videos about this and all of them are like millions of views. And so I love to see America fight back. You know, we have gone through too much and, you know, people are sick of it. And now we call it the silent majority. We need to start being allowed the loud majority and not just the silent majority, because we need our country to be in a good place. We need to fight to get it back because we live in the greatest place on planet Earth and we only have, you know, upward bound success to go and we should be pursuing that. Well put. You know, we're going to be allowed in San Diego. You and I are going to be on stage together. August the 10th at the Encore Events Center in San Diego. Of course, our great, great affiliate there, The Answer, 96 .1 FM AM 1170. The great Andrea Kaye will be the emcee. And tickets are available. They're going real fast. So don't miss out the VIP meet and greet where we get to shake your hands and thank you in person for supporting us. And then we'll be on stage. It's called Saving America. And boy, do we need to do that more than ever these days. For tickets, go to TheAnswerSanDiego .com. Again, it's week after next. It's going to be Thursday night, August the 10th at the Encore Events Center in San Diego. For tickets, go to TheAnswerSanDiego .com to see this guy, Brandon Tatum, this guy, Mike Gallagher. And we'll be there in person. Can't wait to meet you there. Safe travels, my friend. And hey, Brandon, you keep fighting the good fight. Amen. And thank you, Mike. You do the same. We're going to have fun. I can't wait. Thanks, Brandon. Appreciate it. The great Brandon Tatum. Again, for tickets, San Diego, August the 10th. Don't miss out. TheAnswerSanDiego .com.
Madonna Hospitalized With 'Serious Bacterial Infection'
"Is something you may not have heard of. Big vaccine COVID activist, Madonna, pop icon. Madonna was hospitalized over the weekend and now it's Wednesday and we're just finding out about it now, but she's recovering from what they're calling a serious bacterial infection. Her manager confirmed on Wednesday, the 64 year old was hospitalized and forced the postponement of her 40th anniversary tour. According to her tour manager on Saturday, June the 24th, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection. It says here, which led to several day stay in ICU. When they were the, when they showed up, she was unresponsive at her home. Her health though is supposedly improving. However, she is still under medical care and she is expected to make a full recovery at the time. We'll need to pause all commitments. It says here, and we'll share more details as they become available, including a new start date for the tour and reschedule the show. So I think she's living in a bacterial world.
Why so Much Hate for Andrew Tate?
"I want to touch on this subject about this kid named Andrew Tate, you know, there's a lot of people talking about Andrew Tate and I often wonder is Andrew Tate being set up or is she really a sex trafficking person? I would argue, and I don't know the truth that we the truth, the truth. At some point, I would argue that Andrew Tate more than likely is caught up in some conspiracy. Because all too often, if you want to destroy a man's life, because you don't like him, you don't respect him, whatever the case would be. All you have to do is say he raped you. All you have to do is claim that he was holding you against your will. And in Romania, I was listening to people explain laws and Romania. It's not like in the United States of America where you have to have a level of evidence in order for somebody to investigate a crime of that magnitude. And Romania, you could just make a statement and they arrest you to investigate the statement that was made. And this is what I heard from a person who was in law enforcement. Speaking to a person in Romania. Now, this could be completely false because I didn't talk to him. But just based on what I've heard, some of the stuff that I've looked at, that could be the case. A lot of people hate Andrew take so much. It's because they mostly women don't want to hear the truth about what he's saying.
6 Year Old Takes Mother's Gun to School, Shoots Teacher
"It's probably highly likely that the 6 year old is probably not going to get charged. The culpable mental state is about 8 years old. So any child under 8, they're not competent enough to understand the ramifications of being charged with a particular crime. It's called culpability. And culpable mental state is 8 years old and above. So anything under 8, which this kid is 6, he's probably not going to go to jail for shooting and killing a teacher. However, there should be, and I believe that there will be charges filed against the parents if they can in fact prove that the gun came from the house. And I would argue that, you know, for your 6 year old to get a gun, it should be for your 6 year old to get a handgun should be very hard. It should be very hard. Like, how can you not secure your handgun? You just shove it under the mattress or something. The kids should never notice there and have an incredibly hard time getting a gun. I don't know. How do you 6 year old get a gun? And why is your 6 year old even understanding what getting a gun would do? And I would have to argue that what probably happened was that you have a young man growing up in a violent, violent environment. Mama and daddy, daddy ain't there. I would argue that daddy ain't there. That boy don't have a daddy acting like this. More than likely. It's possibility that he does. But if you ask me, daddy ain't there. The young boy's parents is probably either using drugs selling drugs, gang banging or something. And there's a possibility that they are not. But if I had to make a guesstimate, I'd say that they're doing something. Listening to rap music and thugs out stuff. All day long.
How Idaho Police Avoided Spooking Murder Suspect
"I was right. I was right. I was right. I was right. Now, I'm not right because I'm just so I'm just this brilliant Brandon Tatum. I'm right because I have experience in law enforcement. So as article reads, it says how police avoid spooking the Idaho murder suspect. And I want us to understand this because this is very crucial. When this murder situation came out, it was a lot of open ended questions, and I said on this radio show, I said, there could be a lot of things that police have and they just can't say. They can't come out and say it. Because if you say, we found a suspect in this situation. The person who did the killing know that they own to them. And what are they going to do? They're going to start hiding evidence. They're going to start Flynn. They got made commit suicide. All of the above. And you can't say we found a murder weapon. All we found evidence of a murder weapon. You say that, then the suspect knows oh crap, I left the sheath to the knife, they got it, they got DNA, you know, then they start, and then you catch them, you catch them at some point, they need to change the story. And they say, you know, I never had a sheet. All of those things are apparent in this situation and occur in police. Interactions or police investigations.
Customer Who Shot Robber in Taco Shop Could Face Charges
"Welcome back. Welcome back. Welcome back. I want to just finish the conversation about the gentleman who was a good Samaritan and they haven't charged them with anything. Mind you. They're asking him to come in for questioning, but the good Samaritan in Houston, Texas at the taco shop that decided to take action. And I really believe that he did the right thing initially. But I wanted to just make sure that I had this conversation on the radio because this man, he was a hero, and I think sadly he's probably going to go to prison. Because using deadly force, let me explain this to us. Because some people may not be familiar, they may not understand, and I would argue if you carry a gun around you need to be well familiar and well versed on the law and what deadly force is and what it is not. Now, according to majority of the law, nationwide, daily force can be used if a person feels that their life is in immediate, danger of physical bodily injury, serious physical body injury or death. So if you fear that you can suffer serious bodily injury or somebody can kill you, you can use deadly force against that person. Now, deadly force is not murdering somebody or killing them. A person can die as a result of use of deadly force, but your intent is not to kill that person. Your intent to eliminate them as a threat of serious bodily injury and or death.
How Football Benefits Black Men
"Every year in the NFL Draft, there's hundreds of kids that lives are being changed forever and they become millionaires. And if they manage their money right, they can turn that flip that money, flip that notoriety into doing something better. Football is probably one of those the most incredible opportunities for black people. And a man getting hit in the chest and a freak accident that's violence against black people on the football field. It's a stupidest thing I've ever heard. Almost everybody on the field is black. And I'll tell you what, thanks to our ancestors, we just have an advantage. I'm just telling you, we have an advantage. I just have an advantage. Some of my wife friends had no nowhere near the athleticism of my head. Was it their fault? They worked just as hard as I did. No, it's genetically, we have an advantage. And instead of black people like this fool coming out and exploring those advantages and speaking life to the great opportunity that Hamlin had, look at the support that he had. You know, it just reminds me how stupid people really are. And I use that word because I'm frustrated at the way people act. You talking about a man that collapses on the field. Who's the people after doing CPR on them? Black and white. I saw nothing but white people doing CPR on them. Now I know it's their job, but they're still white. Clearly they didn't do a poor job. They did the best they can to save his life. He got transported to a hospital, they did the best they could to save his life and I guarantee the doctor then white.
Damar Hamlins Collapse Highlights the Violence Black Men Experience
"I mean, look at the more Hamlin. I mean, he got hit by another black player. You know, go and look at a holiday right now. Go to the YouTube and type it, not right now if you're driving. I don't want you to get in a crash and say Brandon told you to do it. All you gotta do is go on YouTube, look up NFL, knockouts. 99% of them are black players knocking out black or white players. What are y'all even talking about? Duke university, duke university, anthropology professor Tracy, Canada, wrote a peace Friday headlining that demar Hamlin's collapse highlights the violence, black men experiencing football. During wish she claimed that the anti blackness of the system is inescapable. She wrote, I can't stop laughing this woman is stupid. She wrote as a cultural anthropologist, I've spent the last decade learning how black college football players navigate the exploitation racism and anti blackness that are fundamentally in its current system. Despite the article's title, Canada later admitted I am not aware of any research that compares the rate of injury between black and white players, but she said it anyway. Because she's a nut.
Damar Hamlin Miraculously Released From ICU
"There's not enough time in the day to talk about all of the stuff that goes on in the world. But demar Hamlin. I hope the guy actually comes out of this and becomes a great guy. I hope that he don't get crazy and then we all did this for nothing. But anyway, I think that when we look at the totality of circumstances, this was an amazing miracle. Most people in his position would have never recovered. This was a show. Let me say this. And I know that this is not as extreme as 9 11. Now let me just keep that clear because of the shock factor of death and destruction is more prominent in the minds and consciousness of people than something that's miraculous rooted in love and compassion. So I want to make sure that's very clear there would never be a scenario where love and compassion will stain the memories of people more so than death and destruction. It just won't happen it's the way humans are made up. However, a close second in my personal opinion was demar Hamlin. When that young man went down with that injury and he had lost consciousness in front of the world, I have never seen so many people praying. I have never seen so many people mentioning God. I've never in my life seen a personal ESPN prey on national TV now. He should have said in Jesus name because then it tells me that he not reading his Bible as much, but it's the thought and the perception that counts. The pursuit that counts, not the perception, but the pursuit. I think in good faith, he prayed on national TV, he took the chance. I don't think it was scripted. Pray to the lord on national TV. Everybody in the world is watching what happened to this young man and they watched him recover. In my personal opinion, that should be a sign that God is moving and operating in our day and time.
"icu" Discussed on The healthy ALian with GloryJoseph
"Day. And it was really strange that in the LEGO home, I felt asleep. I slept for us when I woke up. I can still remember I woke up. Then my older brothers are around. Does the family friend around to add my little cousin at home? So we're just there talking just in and then my mom called about 9 p.m. and she said that. 9 p.m. all almost ten thereabouts and she said the. Doctors came to check my dad and he said he can no longer survive on his own. Like he has to be on life support of something. I really have to take him to the ICU. And he did my brother that's a sign he document. Okay, so my brother should come to my prepared as I know that he would calm that night. So he was repaid stick his butt to go to the hospital. So that he would stay in the document and then do think him that night to the ICU. So just as he was preparing his phone rang again, so my mom called again. And the next thing I heard was that my dad was dead. At that point I didn't know what to do honestly. I was it felt like a cry. Or did she in my eyes or do you what time my body already cried it out when he was still when he was still in the hospital at home? Yeah, he actually came back home in September but went back to the hospital because his condition goal was after his second stage of chemotherapy. So he had to go back to the hospital in October 3rd of October, then he died on the age of October.
There's a Reason Daniel Horowitz Uses the 'G Word'
"You used the G word early on. You're Jewish, to say genocide is a big deal. Can you elaborate on that? Some people would disagree. Sure. Well, I mean, how many millions of people died from COVID? COVID is not natural. Everyone knows that. It is not. It came from somewhere. That is a genocide. Denial of treatment. Here's the thing. The juxtaposition of the standard for which they use to not just approve, but market, not just market, but coerce. Upon us, the vaccines that Therapeutics that they're using versus the standard they're using not just to block but to almost criminalize doctors off of using things that have four decade long safety profiles, won the Nobel Prize. It listed as WHO essential medicine. At worst, it's just a placebo. Okay, let's say it doesn't work. It certainly couldn't do any harm. They will literally use Remdesivir, which was pulled from a clinical trial for Ebola because of kidney failure failure. They'll use it on people that have kidney disease. And it doesn't work. It doesn't work. WHO recommended against it because they did a large randomized controlled trial. It doesn't work. There's stuff doesn't work. And they block it. You know, when I talk about genocide, let me say this. There's a man named Ralph. He did all the Ivermectin right to try legal cases in the hospital. And he was up against people in the Rochester house systems in court, where they were blocking Ivermectin. The judge ruled in Ralph's favor. They got Ivermectin into the person. And the guy is home today with his kids this day. Even though he was ready on a ventilator, very, very hard to recover from that. This happens several times. Yet the same lawyer for the hospital systems will go up against him again. Why would you possibly do that? He told me they testified in court that they had advised the patient's family to take them off life support. So it's not just the bottom of the 9th inning, game over. And yet they wouldn't allow them to try something that was regarded as one of the safest medications around when they said it was over with, but they'll have no problem using stuff in the ICU that has FDA black box warnings for blood clotting. It's called lumia. It's one of the few drugs they use and Remdesivir. You can't recover from that observation, Charlie. This stuff I've seen and heard in hospitals. It's
Marc Lamont Hill: Why Do Children Need to Be Vaccinated, Despite Low Severity Cases?
"Mark kelman hill had the NIH director on his show And this did not get picked up by the media That's why I'm bringing it to you now And he asked the NIH director about the stats Why are we vaccinated all these kids if it just doesn't make sense Now when he says that makes sense here's what he means listen The risk of children getting a severe case of COVID is .0 5% Why are COVID vaccines necessary for children Well I'm not sure when you give that percentage that that really conveys what most people are worried about is my kid at risk I mean go to any pediatric ICU in the country and you will see kids there with COVID Some of whom are on respirators as a result And we have seen a 145 children die these are kids between the age of 5 and 11 of COVID-19 Many of them without any predisposing medical condition that would have made you think they were vulnerable So it may be uncommon but it's certainly all right I have to ask a question about the 145 kids have died How many kids did you count that really didn't die from COVID but you counted as COVID I'll give you an example There are parents that were whistleblowers about a kid that died because of injuries from a car wreck Now they apparently tested and he had COVID and they put it down as a COVID death and the parents were like no this isn't a COVID death He got T boned by a drunk driver That's not a COVID death There was another child Who had an asthma attack And of course in a kid's life couldn't didn't have an inhaler far away from the hospital They test them for
"icu" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"Also work with outdoor women's wellness, which is a collective of healthcare professionals, specializing in the unique needs of female outdoor athletes. I do like to say their slogan is all are welcome. So we see outdoor athletes of all genders, including physical therapy, nurse practitioner, bringing on a therapist, so those are the organizations I work with. It's a little bit about me professionally. How did you get started as a dietician? Great question. I actually started off studying journalism and content marketing in school. But I really wanted to write about nutrition, science, wellness, but I realized it would make more sense if I studied nutrition instead. So that was my original goal with being a dietician. However, as I started working more with or I got exposure in my internship to eating disorders, I also got exposure to sports nutrition, I've been an athlete all my life. So getting that exposure, I realized I really wanted to pivot and be able to work more with clients, but of course I also just love wearing a bunch of hats. And so I also do that writing on the side as well. I mean, I work with dietitians at the hospital, but it's a completely different scope than something like working with outdoor athletes. So what kind of made you go into the more sports nutrition side of things compared to working more clinically? Funny enough, I actually started off working in a hospital primarily in the ICU for two years. That was super something. But in terms of working with athletes, your question was what I do working with athletes, what my scope is. Yeah, and how you got into that side of being a dietician. What sparked your interest in sports nutrition? Absolutely. So I, like I said, I grew up as an athlete..
Joy Reid Tries Uninspiring Joke on Gov. Ron DeSantis' Brilliant Invitation for First Responders
"Joy Reid joy Reid she's hateful Joy Reid she doesn't like this because why Because Ron DeSantis Ron L Don the sentence What did he say He said oh guess what Whatever state you're in you got fired I'm giving $5000 bonuses What's up Come be a cop in Florida Come be a first responder over here Was good This is why I like him because he brings the fight to the left He doesn't wait to get punched in the face He's like how are you trying to punch me Watch this Wow And he catches him and they're like oh how did he do that Oh he's terrible He's killing everybody with COVID Listen to joy Reid On Sunday the Florida Republican announced plans to offer unvaccinated cops $5000 bonuses to relocate to Florida and join police forces there Rolling out this perverse dystopian tourism ad to the COVID blue line Are you big on ordering people to comply but you hate complying with health mandates yourself Do you dream of a resting people's ability to breed while you arrest them Well pack up your potentially infectious self you're bad in your gun and come on down to Florida Take this taxpayer bonus money and enjoy constant interaction with vulnerable senior citizens you can breathe on Every breakthrough case in ICU admission is the virus of freedom spreading And don't forget the sunscreen Now you know my bias may prevent me from laughing at that I think that that may have been funny if it was arranged a little better I got to admit and maybe this is me tooting my own horn I think I might be a little bit funnier than joy Reid I really do Sometimes I listen and I go you know what that was actually pretty good Do we read Boo That wasn't any good You were talking about cops These are heroes These are the people that went into the burning buildings in 9 11 cops and firefighters in the ambulance Come on EMTs This is
Idaho Begins Rationing Health Care as COVID-19 Surge Crushes Hospitals
"How the front page today of the times news. In twin falls idaho top story above the fold says quote. Hospital rationing begins northern idaho hospitals under crisis standards of care last night. I mentioned at the top of the show. That idaho has now had to do something no state ever wants to have to. They announced that they are implementing crisis standards of care for ten hospitals and medical centers in north idaho due to the overwhelming cova search. There this is the first time idaho's history that the state has ever had to take stuff like this. Here savvy p. describes what this announcement means in practical terms quote those deemed in most need of care and most likely to benefit from it are put on priority lists for scarce. Resources like icu. Bits others in dire need but with lower chances of surviving will be given comfort care to help keep them pain-free whether they succumb to their businesses or recover other patients with serious but not life. Threatening medical problems will face delays in receiving care until resources are
"icu" Discussed on The Drill Down
"icu" Discussed on The Drill Down
"Welcome to the drill explained to business stories buying stocks in a move and joining me as always executive producer isaac webster. You got my last name right. Well it's it's you know it's it's good to get to know you a little bit here. We've known each other off each other. God maybe just a few minutes. What i don't like to put a number on it in case. Yeah let's let's let's get to the race. Yes can you give us the three most important business stories of the day number one fed that us economic growth slowed over the summer. Do the delta variant. The fed's beige book says beige book says report on the report on economic activity said widespread pullback and dining out travel and tourism all related to the latest cove surge now this report known as the beige book collects anecdotes from businesses around the country supply problems and a shortage of available workers also held back growth in some sectors like auto and home sales and we. We know. we're getting more and more clues about this when you hear all these companies but it will be very interesting to what we see when we see third quarter. Reports from companies for a lot of businesses always asked the worst quarter the most at risk quarter of the year covert thrown over the upside down but a delta variants slowdown. You know it's a kind of weak time for companies. We'll see how they and and eh stimulus is slowing down everything else. We'll see what this means for Business results ness speaking of The economy demand for workers in the us remains strong but leveled off in the late summer. Do do an easing of job. Openings for in-person services positions as the economic recovery slowed. I mean. I'm sorry showed signs of slowing due to delta though variant of cova nineteen that we talk about every day the postings on job search site indeed dot com. We're up about thirty nine percent. At the end of august for february two thousand twenty ahead of the pandemic that's marked modest gain from the comparable a week of july when posting up thirty seven percent from february twenty twenty so indeed no big fans of indeed. They're an advertiser here we. I'll be reading an undead ad and a few minutes. We love this full disclosure. But i think the it is a very big very growing platform and the results showing on their sites and start to tell us a lot about not just how indeed is doing but how the economy. It's office doing absolutely and finally coin base says. The sec is investigating its crypto lending program coin basis co founder and ceo. Brian armstrong disclosed the dispute and a series of tweets late last night on tuesday. He called the sec's actions quote sketchy and quote intimidation. Tactics behind closed doors and said other crypto companies are able to offer such programs. yeah he he was scathing. Don't read the that was fourteen tweets. But i was I was greeted by those in the wee hours this morning and thought. Oh this is quite discreet. He's a among the things that he said that that they proposed. This crypto lending program is quite common. People deposited their crypto paints interest and the company's loaning them out you know when you have shares when you leave with a brokerage of stock the brokerages lending them out. They're just not paying the interest that they're getting paid for those shares And in fact you know would arm said is that they said hey. Sec just fyi we wanna do this thing that all the other many of the other Exchanges are doing and the sec. Wouldn't tell them why they were against it. They just demanded a bunch of records and demands us to talk to some of the employees aucoin. At least according to brian armstrong the ceo of coin based but it was fairly remarkable series of tweets From this you know now. Very important company. In the world of of business and crypto. What i found the most interesting about the story is that. I don't know brian armstrong personally. But i've been around him for quite a while especially at our former employer bringing him on other television programs. There he he is not. He doesn't come across as someone who's going to have a triggered at twitter trigger finger. He's not seems. More mild-mannered to be. Your team's mild-mannered moderate in his personality. So the fact that this tweet storm came from someone like brian armstrong to me. Find surprising however you know. I don't know him personally like buying clothes. My suspicion is that those tweets were vetted by lawyers. Oh she was a planned you know it was a planned. It was it. Wasn't you know. I remember like important executives in the world. People you know in business global leaders. They don't sit up at night eating cheeseburgers. Sending a crazy tweets a bathrobes. No presidents of the country's banned entertaining place. It is the result. God according what stocks are drilling down on today. Let's start with icu. Medical icu medical trades under icu. I shares rose twenty six percent today and they gained forty percent a year. Tell me about icu. Medical so icu. Medical is a decent sized Company that does kind of sounds like they provide stuff for icu's and and hospitals and doctors offices and they announced a pretty big deal today in terms of How much spending their spending two point. Three billion dollars in cash and stock to acquire. Smith's medical division of smith's group is warm less member of the group and smith group smith medicals now. Gandhi medical smith medicals businesses including syringe and ambulatory infusion devices vascular access devices. Vital care products. And so icu. Medical based in san clemente. california wants to Put all this under one roof and start to see themselves as the leading. Iv therapy company of any kind of iv therapy and when they're on the conference call this morning talking about this. This somewhat surprising deal. They they announced in the in the wee hours they were asked. You know very specifically like what's is going to do revenues and okay cool. You're buying another business. Both that will help you help. You grow those revenues To which ceo. Vivek james said essentially. Okay you spend about well. What do you think i drink. If you're gonna spend two plus billion dollars you know at some point you have to believe you can impact the revenue. So i think we do think we have the right to win with a full suite of products so we have to believe we can go there and they were saying we didn't put anything in the model for that. Don't think a little bit time as always but we grew the company again finally from revenue perspective here last year. We think we're on track to do that this year. And i think that would certainly carry through dr expectations or would accompany would be so. Yeah you spend two billion bucks. Expect the business to grow just by the to the the revenues of the former company and see him stay flat but this is a company that has has struggled to see. Revenues.
"icu" Discussed on The Drill Down
Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs
"The early months of the pandemic people who were hospitalized for covert nineteen infections and had private insurance could be reasonably sure. They wouldn't end up with crushing medical bills analysis. By the kaiser family foundation were kf f found that in november of last year nearly ninety percent of people with insurance had their co pays co insurance or deductible costs waived if they had been hospitalized for a covert nineteen infection but the times. They are a changing last week. Blue cross blue shield of michigan announced that it will no longer cover all costs related to cova treatment. Starting october first hospitalized patients will be responsible for copays deductibles and co insurance for treatment of the virus. The insurer will still cover. All vaccination costs making them free to members including booster shots. The insurance company is the latest join a growing number of private insurers who were taking similar action now that vaccines are widespread and cova treatment so expensive. Insurers are holding patients responsible for their share of the costs again. Blue cross blue shield research found that the average cost for a hospitalized. Couvert nineteen patient could be as high as forty five thousand dollars. That quickly soared to over one hundred thousand dollars if the patient was in the icu. In a report out this month. Kf analyzed the two largest health plans in each state and washington dc which includes companies like kaiser cigna and united health. All of them had waived out of pocket costs at some point during the pandemic most have stopped doing so or will in the near future by the end of the nearly all will have ended such waivers. There are a few holdouts like humana which will continue cova coverage for its medicare advantage members. According to a report by fox business
"icu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Over 95% of ICU beds in the state are at capacity, according to state health officials, and the intensive care units at several major medical facilities are running well above capacity. Officials say the surge is driven by a big spike in new Covid 19 cases. The state does not release Covid 19 numbers over the weekend. As a Friday, Georgia reported more than 9100 new covid cases, the third highest number since the pandemic began, and more than a third of hospitalized patients in the state are infected with the virus. Over seven million Americans are losing their unemployment benefits. His Labor Day is pandemic Unemployment programs expired today, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh told the Today show. There's still some options built into the American rescue plan passed earlier this year. We have allowed governors across the country if they need to to look at using cares money. Assuming using rescue playing money to extending unemployment benefit in their state. If they need to. The rate is different all across the country 7.5 million unemployed Americans will stop getting an extra $300 so we can benefits. Many states had already ended the pandemic benefits with governors claiming it was keeping people from taking available jobs. People in South Lake Tahoe can go back home after mandatory evacuation orders due to the colder fire were downgraded Sunday. Cal Fire says better weather conditions over the past several days Help firefighters make progress against the fire. I'm Michael Kastner, the president and first lady are marking the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 terrorist attack by going to all three sites where the attacks happened. In Forbes with more President Biden and first lady Joe Biden will start in New York City where hijacked American Airlines flight 11 and United Airlines flight 1 75 crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center. They will also travel to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where 40 passengers and crew on United Airlines flight 93 perished after stopping a planned attack on the Capitol in Washington, D C. The couple will also visit the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, where American Airlines flight 77 crashed after it was hijacked. No one is immune from Covid, not even goats says proven by Tom Brady, telling the Tampa Bay Times he had the coronavirus shortly after the team won Super Bowl 55 earlier this Hear more from Ann Thompson now focused on Thursday's opening game against the Dallas Cowboys and his pursuit of an eighth championship ring. Brady is worried about the virus, telling the paper he thinks it will be challenging this year. Brady, who didn't say whether he was vaccinated at the time is now vaccinated against the virus, as is the rest of his team. Quarterback thinks the upcoming season, which begins Thursday night, is going to be as challenging as last year with Covid Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady's team announced they were 100% vaccinated last week. NFL is going to allow players to show social justice related messages on their helmets. Mark Mayfield with more league officials say that and the slogans stenciled in end zones are in order to stand in solidarity with protest movements against racism and police brutality. Players will get to choose between six messages for the back of their helmets, including end racism, Stop hate and black lives matter. It's part of a messaging shift that the league continues to embrace as the NFL has been criticized in the past for meeting hostel or slow to support players standing against the issues. Michael Kastner, and I'm and Kate's from the Bloomberg newsroom and maybe a week for investors to look beyond Covid 19 fed tapering in the China slowdown with Wall Street clothes for Labor Day. Traders are awaiting economic data this week, including job openings, jobless claims and producer prices among the companies posting earnings, Gamestop and Kroger in overseas trading. The footsie in London is up 190.66%. CAC in Paris is a 0.70%. The DAX in Germany is a 0.58% the neck and Japan gained more than 1.8% the Hang second Hong Kong closed up 1% and China's C s. I 300 rose 1.87%. Global shipping group is making ways of its new plan to battle carbon emissions at sea were from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. The International Chamber of Shipping is proposing a so called climate fund. It would be used to close the price gap between zero carbon and conventional fuels and also to deploy bunkering infrastructure required in ports and throughout the world to supply fuels, including hydrogen and ammonia. The chamber represents more than 80% of the world's merchant fleet, at its proposal to the United Nations shipping regulatory body already has the backing of inter cargo. The trade Association for Dry Cargo ship owners. Most shipping vessels today are powered by marine fuel and that's made from oil. Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg Radio, Brussels based Electric Bicycle startup Cowboy is seeking to raise a new round of financing. Taking advantage of growing interest in cycling, spurred by the coronavirus outbreak, Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet reports and, according to sources, the company has been talking to investors and targeting funding of more than $50 million.01 of the sources says Bank of America is advising cowboy on the process, E bikes are seeing a surge in interest this pandemic fears of public transportation. Spur people to seek fresh air alternatives. And thanks, Charlie Global News. 24 hours a day on air and.
California hospitals running out of ICU beds: health officials
"Hospitals. In california's central valley are running out of beds in their intensive care units because of a large increase in covert patients. State officials said on friday that hospitals in the twelve county san joaquin valley region have had fewer than ten percent of staffed adult. Icu beds available for the past. Three
Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody
"For his life in the ICU right now another face to judge Friday for the first time. This was after that shootout in front of a key. Caruso, the middle school in South Seattle. Almost Cole Miller on the steps of AKI Karoshi Middle School of violent clash between two teenagers. Seattle police say a 14 year old boy began shooting at a 17 year old. He then fired back. The 17 year old now in critical condition at Harborview, and then we heard the sirens and said, Yeah, those were gunshots. It's just very discouraging. As for the 14 year old, he's been booked for assault and unlawful possession of a firearm going before a judge. Despite the defense, asking, he be released with an electronic home monitoring device to his father. That judge declined the conversation about gun violence in Seattle, picking up yet again. The city seeing a surge and shootings this year. It's a tragedy all the way around. These were both Children. Aaron Goodman is with the South Precinct Advisory Council in the wake of a deadly weekend. Last month, a rash of shootings turned homicides. She says she's heard from the mayor just a handful of times, but I didn't hear a plan of action. I didn't hear these are the next steps, and that's what I'm waiting to hear. Investment in youth programs continues, and so do some calls for more police. But in the short term, she says, more has to be done to prevent something like this from happening again. This was the first week of
"icu" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"On dot com his first book stories from the shadows reflections of st doctrine was published in fifty thousand fifteen and he's feature on npr's national public radio's fresh the gross is received numerous awards including the albert schweitzer humanitarian award in two thousand the trustees metal at the bicentennial celebration of mgh in two thousand eleven. Can we have a video of his workplace. I came my last job as a resident was to be the medical senior in charge of the intensive care unit. So that was june and july first. I'm at a clinic or sort of a makeshift clinic in the shelter and kept saying you know. How tough can this be. Handled the icu. Be careful of those things when they come up because it never drew a. But i walked in in it. I walked in and i. It's my first job late thirties..
"icu" Discussed on The Nocturnists
"Towards the beginning of covid. One of the hospitals is rotating. They're trying to figure out how to best accommodate all of the patients because we all know they're only so many negative pressure rooms in many of the hospitals and there was this red like tape piece of line that extended six feet outside of a patient's room and you are allowed to cross the line if you had your full gear on and you weren't allowed to cross the line if you didn't an to me i was like this is this is almost like it's not comical But that specific little incident almost felt like part of play. Where like you were like hopping over this red line And i was like this does not like this is a real situation. Are real scenario that i'm experiencing there's a woman and she i. I was in her room and she had so many just tubes connected to her And this machine that's breathing for her and I'm sitting there. All bound up. And i had her daughter on the phone with me. I'm holding the phone up. And she's having a conversation with her mother saying how strong she was how much she loved her. How she'd been through all of these experiences and how she was gonna make it through this and on the other end of that. Is this woman who truly does have tubes connected to her and through. These tubes is flowing assists medication that is prolonging and save her life and she's she's just kind of splayed there with a breathing tube down her throat and all. These machines are pumping her as her daughter is talking about these human experiences that she had And it was just kind of a moment where i stepped back in in. This woman almost looks more machine than she does. Human at that time and yet there's way one of the most beautiful kind of love poems or love love narratives that. I've heard come out of somebody else's mouth towards her and it was just a moment where it did. It did not feel real. It felt like this was a performative. Or i was in some kind of bizarre futuristic piece where you have this kind of half machine person getting pronounced love by this other person on a machine in the peak of the pandemic being intimidated. What is the last resort as anesthesiologist. Our presence at the patient's bedside would be met with mixed emotion just the thought of losing control of such a basic human function breathing. The reality was that in our effort to help we could possibly harm. It was about two. Am and the operating rooms had been quiet. A page goes off overhead followed by my pager. My heart was racing. I knew what this meant. I was being summoned to insulate a patient that was cool but positive. I gathered all the equipment that i would need and basically ran to the icu. With my colleague. I could see the patient behind the glass doors struggling to breathe using all the muscles that he could possibly use just to get air in and out of his lungs. I could hear the alarms blaring blaring. And i just knew this patient was in trouble. I've done hundreds of integrations. It's become second nature to me like almost a dance routine but every covert intimidation presented. This unique challenge before me was a patient who after sedation and muscle relaxation. What desaturate in seconds. No amount of mass deletion could help them. Recover to the reasonable saturation for you. To even try to incubate again that first attempt just had to be successful. I took the deepest breath that i could take with an ninety five pressed on my face underneath a face. Shield focused on my dance. I held the oxygen mask tightly to his face grabbed my hand and he said to me. Please make sure that. I wake up to see my baby girl grow up. I said something that i always say..
"icu" Discussed on Eclosion
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"icu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The ICU. Now we've been talking lately about how some health experts are supporting the concept of double masking. They say This is one of the best ways to protect yourself against these new variants of covert, which may end up being more contagious. The CDC says. It's got some new data out this week showing that's true double masking, they say can cut transmission by 95% wearing a single mask is good, but you could doom or, according to a new CDC study being presented in the medical journal JAMA researchers finding double masking is better with a surgical mask on the bottom layer in a cloth mask above and making sure whatever mask you wear is sealed tightly to the face. CDC director ratio Wolinsky includes wearing a mask with the most multiple knows why. We're not in the ear loops on your mask or wearing a cough mask over a procedure or disposable mass like stone, ABC News and at 606. Police in Middleborough said a man was stabbed this morning at the Quality Inn. First responders called to the hotel on East Clark Street just before nine o'clock, it said. They found a man there with a stab wound in his chest. He was having trouble breathing. It brought him to the hospital and Brockton with what they call life threatening injuries. Details pretty slim tonight. We don't have any word on who stabbed that man, or what sort of motive might be involved here? And it sounds like something you'd see in a movie stranded for nearly a month on a remote, deserted island. This actually happened in real life and a trio of Cuban nationals yesterday were rescued by the Coast Guard. But the question remains. How did they get there? The married couple and another man were found on Anguilla Cay, a small island between key West and the Bahamas. We actually discovered them waving. Next to their a temporary shelter that they've built for themselves. Coast Guard Lieutenant Mike Allert was on the aircraft that made the rescue with little food and water. They reportedly survived off rats and conch shells. What's very common in the Bahamas are conch shells, which have muscle inside them. They were dehydrated and tired, but not seriously hurt. And that report from ABC s Andrea Food G. 60 Wait another one of those mixed days on Wall Street. Let's see how it shook out in Bloomberg business due to shut her bars, restaurants, concerts and sporting venues. 2020 was not a good year for beer. Heineken, the world's second largest brewer. Posting worse than expected earnings and his announcing plans to slash its workforce. 10% 200 more people who work for discount brokerage company Charles Schwab have been shown the door. It's part of the ongoing integration of TV Ameritrade, which swab purchased last year to eliminate what a company e mail call's overlapping or redundant rolls. Stocks bounced around all day at the closed two of three indexes had bounced lower. Dow Up 62 NASDAQ, though down 35 has to be 500 down one and zero day Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio. There are all kinds of voice controlled gadgets in your house. Tell one of them to play WBC news radio on my heart radio and.
"icu" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Applications to expand businesses onto our sidewalks and our parking spaces. 120 restaurants have already taken advantage of our flex streets programs. And I'm feeling optimistic because our seven day positivity rate is half of what it was three weeks ago. Our ICU capacity is back up to nearly 30% these air promising trends, but we can't take them for granted. We've got to stay very vigilant. Let me ask you now about the school's Oakland Unified says it could bring back students in a couple of months. Do you think it's possible that might not really ever happen this school year? Well as a parent. I am because I I am an O U S D parent myself. I really commend the Big City school district for raising up the equity issues and really asking for more involvement from the governor to actually implement the plan he laid out We need his leadership to get agreements with our trusted labor partners. That is a very important place where we are right now, and I also want to commend parents who have started to network together and really pay attention to these decisions. So I know open school, see a dot org's eyes, a new organization networking parents throughout the state. We've got to get our kids back toe learning, but we have to do it in a way that's safe. Okay, let's ask. Let's talk about police Last night, the police chief said OPD will present its revised social media policy soon. This is a change prompted by officers apparently showing support for the attack at the Capitol. How concerned are you about this issue at OPD? Well, I have no tolerance for anyone with seditious or racist views wearing the city of Oakland badge. It is very important that we weed out anyone with unacceptable opinions, and we're not talking about different political opinions. Of course, that is allowed. But we're talking about absolutely not allowed racism and the to this extreme form, and there are other reasons that were advancing a tighter social media policy. It is a critical in this moment that the community trust the police that we stop. Be documented practice of racial profiling that has absolutely harmed communities of color in the past, now excited Sorry you broke up on my end. Okay. I'm excited that actually today I am going to be interviewing police chief candidates. And I know that the department is longing for a new permanent chief that stability to advance to reimagine public safety and to be more responsive to community needs. All right. Oakland Mayor Livy Shaft can't wait to hear what comes of that we thank you very much for your time. I'm Brian. What? This is KQED news. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm Rachel Martin. Good morning. Public health officials in this country have been worried about this for a while now, and it has happened. A variant of the coronavirus discovered in South Africa has been detected in the US for the first time. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein has details. Variant was detected in two adults in two different parts of South Carolina. Dr. Brennan Traxler of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced the discovery. The coveted 19 virus variant that first emerged in South Africa have been detected in our state, the arrival of any covert 19 variants and South Carolina. Including this one is yet another reminder that the fight against this deadly virus is far from over. Both of the infected people were covered, but neither is known to have any history of travel or any connection to each other. That suggested the virus has been spreading silently in South Carolina and probably elsewhere in the United States. Dr. David Roman, is a microbiologist at Stanford University. What's humbling and disheartening. Is the likelihood that the virus is already elsewhere in the country and as to exactly where and in whom.
"icu" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Huh? voice is a little clearer. Are you happy to be back? Yes, Men are not built to stay at home. How'd you know? I totally agree with you. There's no doubt about that. Oh, my God. We are hunters and gatherers. We've got to get out of the hole. I'm not sure women are made to stay at home as much as they are, either. I've got somebody strange behavior way don't always have to be politically correct, Doctor, please. All right, so, Doctor, right? You say you sent me a great text. We had a lot to cover s. So let's get right into it because you know ding dong with this cove it But the numbers are down, and but we're also gonna have humid weather. Let's start with the numbers down and then talk about how humidity might affect cove. It Okay. The numbers are looking really good aside, been saying case cases have been flat to down. Um, for really over a week now and the 14 Day rolling average, but it took a real dip yesterday and hospitalizations air down and deaths. They're flattening out. And the hospital and the ICUs are opening up and so on. So this this is very good, and we want to keep this. This trend going, Um That's number one. Now the humidity thing. Humidity is fascinating with this virus. This virus hangs around longer in dry weather. What and the fact that yeah, it hangs around in the air, and it hangs around longer on surfaces and so on. It kinda likes dry weather. So the fact that we're going into humidity is a good thing. Okay? The virus one state in Yeah, but I think the rain isn't it different from almost earlier. Every other virus and every other like, for instance. You know when when Cold season comes around, it likes the humidity so and also like, you know, by athletes, Foot any kind of, you know, sore you have on your arm. Humidity has always been a problem. But this virus is the exact opposite. Yeah, well, you know, the athletes with the fungus and bacteria is what really hangs around the stupid and cold conditions. But viruses can be different and they can like dry weather. So this But yeah, This particular virus is a little bit different, and it's definitely different than bacteria, and it's definitely different than fungus. So the fact that we're entering into a human period That's good. I'm happy about that. All right, Doctor..
"icu" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Friday. It's 53 orange 53 Manhattan Beach, 53 in Serie Toes of 46 in Canyon country We lead local live from the Ko Phi 24 hour news room. I'm Amy King. Bob, What do you want to Gary and chanting camp? I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio Abhay. Gavin Newsom is having some sort of press conference right now. Shall we see what? Let's dip into the hair. You recall again. Those five regions northern to Southern California, Keep Valley, the Bay Area and the greater Sacramento regions, the regional state home order. When in effect after a region fell below 15% ICU capacity in order to come out of the state home order as greater Sacramento region did. Just recently, we project forward Over a four week period and we determined I see you capacity either meets or exceeds 15%. And I want to talk more and Dr galleys here as well to talk more about our projections. And our confidence level as it relates to the decision that we are announcing here today. Here is the projection of capacity on February 24th 4th 1st. This is four weeks from today We look again at capacity, looking through the lens of a number of variables clearly estimated ICU capacity. That's foundational 15%. Being that baseline, but we also look at community transmission rates. Remember, I see you as a lagging indicators. What's happening with positivity rates case rates community spread really is the forecast that gives us confidence on where we will land in a number of weeks. We look a case rates more broadly defined on a regional basis. And clearly we look at the proportion that percentage doctor galleys talked a lot about this percentage of cases, individuals that are hospitalized that end up in the icy use. You could take a look here at the region's These being. The five regions in the state are projection statewide. Is in the aggregate being a 30.3% on the 21st of February there again, variables that are constantly changing. But these are the projections you can see in Southern California it would exceed even that state rate San Joaquin Valley little bit below Bay area. Funny bit below Greater Sacramento, Northern California. So the girl Of this announcement is to socialize our projections as well as illuminate and further advance on understanding a deeper understanding of what today means and what it doesn't mean. And it's in that respect that I wanted. My folks would not have. The words were seen a flattening of the curve. Everything it should be up is up. Everything that should be down is down. Case rates. Positivity RATES, hospitalizations, ICUs testing started to go back up as well as vaccination. Rates in this state, but we're not out of the woods are mind people. That blueprint was established with purple, red, orange and yellow tears. We simplified that blueprint a number of months ago, many of you get recall that we print on the basis, the most restrictive tear being the prep a tear and the least restrictive tear. Being the L A tear. He's a current tier status of by the way tomorrow. This status will be updated when Dr Galley gives his Tuesday presentation, But you can see the curd status.
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"Life saving care to someone, except that you don't have enough of that care to offer so they're not going to get it. That is a form of triage care. People should understand. We have already made collectively across the South land contingency care decisions. For example, we're not doing elective surgeries. We're not doing colonoscopies are clinic visits or outpatient visits are way down so that we can repurpose our staff into more critical ICU areas of the hospital. That's a choice. We are withholding care from people who we think we can safely defer for a short period of time. That's contingency care. As the situation worsens as more and more patients come. That's no longer enough. And then you really start ending up in this difficult decision of saying Yes. I think we could offer this We don't have enough of it, so you're not going to get it? That's where none of us want to be. Yeah, that sounds, um, frankly depressing. Dr Chandra Shaker. I want to turn to you now in Arcadia. Because your hospital is much smaller than um, where Dr. Spell burgers at USC. You have about 40 licensed beds. How are you guys doing? Are you a capacity? What about ICUs? Yes. So we have 40 beds. But that doesn't mean anything when you don't have staff to take care of patients in the 40 beds. If he had stopped for those 40 beds we wouldn't be talking today. Are few staff has been severely compromised big in terms off the numbers, a number of them have gone out because of covert related issues. And the usual L always that we talk about leave of absence. And we're asking the remaining staff to take extra fifth and like it was pointed out before people exhausted. We've been doing this for a long, long time. People exhausted be giving them incentives to come and work extra ships. They just are physically unable to do it. We are being about $190 an hour for ICU nurses, and we still are unable to get extra. We did declare on December 29 that we're in a crisis mode because we had patients waiting the 80 for days on end, and we just didn't have the capacity to take care of patients. So he is the emergency department correct. Cook Curry. I'm sorry I should not use acronyms. But yes, in the emergency room. Even today, we have 14 patients, 11 of them intubated on ventilator in the ICU ready to go upstairs to the ICU. So even though we activated our crisis care, we have not had to triage or we have not had to ration care. So far. This is I suspect for for both of you. What? You know the nightmare scenario that that we were all looking at early on in this pandemic nearly a year ago, back in March of 2020, where You know, we were trying to flatten the curve. You know, so so hospital capacity would not be compromised. And here we are. You know, in in January of 2021. It seems like we're at the brink. Doctor Spell bird. Would you agree with that? We have been dangling on the precipice for several weeks. But this is not as bad as it could get. We have not reached New York level crisis. We have not sunk. We've not kicked over the edge. What tips us over the edge is if there was a post December search if we start from this plateau baseline, and there is a new search on top of that. The entire health care system in Southern California will collapse and there isn't anything anybody could do to stop it. The all need people that can stop that from happening. Are your listeners? Well, let's let's talk about that. Our listeners the people who listen to this program if you're within the sound of my voice, or Dr Spell, Berg's voice or Dr Chandra shakers voice What do you guys say to the people who are listening right now? First thank you for bearing with the you know very difficult. Public health measures that have had to be implemented. The fact that we have not yet seen a post December surge. That doesn't mean there won't be one that kicks up in the coming week. But the fact that we haven't seen one yet suggests that people behaved a lot more responsibly in December..
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"Battling the virus, 459 of them in the ICU. The seven day average positivity rate sits at 7.21% as the post holiday spike in covert cases continues here in the Commonwealth Hospitals are filling up, and that's taken a toll on staff WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville spoke with a local ICU nurse, the nurse manager of the ICU at Boston Medical Center, Avi It'll wreck says she and her nurses air hanging in there. But admits they're tired. I mean, it's definitely a lot. We definitely you know, have. I would say a death every day. It's different from the spring and that now the entire country is going through a spike all at once, so it's harder to get traveling nurses and she says. Nurses are tired of picking up over time, even with bonus programs who were making it work, But it's definitely more challenging getting getting staff every day, and it's taking an emotional toll, she says. It's a good thing. BMC has social workers on hand. For staff, and we're doing support groups just from my nurses working with quotations. We do support groups for them like three times a week. Suzanne Sauce Ville WBZ Boston's news radio Starting on Monday, first responders joined the queue for a covert vaccine. WBC's art Cohen has the details. Police, firefighters, he AMs Personnel, Med flight staff and a handful of other first responders in Massachusetts become eligible today. To receive the first dose of a covert 19 vaccine. The state plans to set up special sites for them in the coming weeks. But they can also make appointments at a variety of other locations, including 119 vaccination sites established by local boards of health. Some larger.
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"ICU capacity has fallen to 14.4%. In the Bay Area region. ICU capacity is still in single digits, so they're also extending the stay at home order indefinitely gave be case John Byrne Iz tells us how today's decision effects even those outside the region. City officials announced the extension of the stay at home order today, citing the current coronavirus trends around the region and unexpected post holiday surgeon cases. San Francisco also extending its mandatory travel quarantine requiring anyone coming from outside the Bay Area to isolate for 10 days. That order does have exceptions for essential travelers. State rules say a region stay at home order can be lifted when remaining ICU capacity rises above 15%. Currently, the Bay Area's ICU capacity is at just 8.5%. John Burnett is E news. 93.1 KFBK. The National Guard is sending help to Los Angeles County to assist with the bodies from the covert 19 surge on Thursday. 274 new deaths were reported in L. A county alone. ABC is Alex Stone tells US police are now pleading with people to not gather for New Year's Eve parties tonight. It's illegal in L, a county right now to have any size gathering. But there are lots of underground parties planned in areas like Hollywood, LAPD chief Michael Moore saying his teams have been tracking social me. Media invites and will be responding to New Year's Eve party calls to break the mom will be out on both New Year's Eve and New Year's Day with heavy deployments will have aggressive patrol L A has been dealing with an intense surgeon cases, hospitalizations and deaths since Thanksgiving, and numbers are still hitting record highs like Stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles The stock market is ending the year on a rally. Ryan Dietrich of LPL Financial says that bodes well for future markets. Yes, we would still be a buyer of death. And this historically strong as these up 14% the past two months. That's the best end of year rally we've ever seen his history says. A strong into your rally usually means the next year's pretty good and it's not something we're gonna bet against here. All the major indices are up for 2020 despite being down double digits at the start of the Corona virus pandemic back in March. 5 34 on news 93.1 kfbk time to get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories. Ah,.