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"jody lewis" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Be Online received the Academy award no say short field like if you Have it seen it. You can actually good at Youtube. I know you've seen it already so I'm not talking to you that you should watch it. Man You know in all transparency. I haven't seen any of that. I just read about about it and googled it myself. So yeah so you'll say jerker no but his though and it actually is from knows it was made the screenplay earliest was made by wide receiver. Matthew Berry you know. He used to play Football Jacksonville rows bengals etc etc exactly. That's what I say. Man I google. Oh that's a bad with shout out to him no man for dog ass. You know what I'm saying award you know here little baby. Hey you know what I'm saying. Nah I got one of the things I wanNA talk about before we get started. Started me too okay. Good students are facing federal charges. Overa- viral video is about when during the jumping they clip them and make them fall back or whatever they did that to a young lady. That was autistic. Hello so challenge is going to get. I mean but I've been seeing it all over and I'm just like we didn't do that when we use younger. I know we always joke. I'm like we'd have been out there. Fighting we'd have been scrapping is going down. I I can't I can't i. Man Europe says. I don't really remember being around a lot of disabled kids either so I mean you laugh laugh. I'm not even saying like that. Don't give me customer. I'm saying interacted with them often. I'm just saying I don't remember having and like you know. Handicapped us like they had like the class for it or whatever but it would never leave that many students around there on the school with around here so I get what you're saying I got. I remember Patrick Patrick. Jody Lewis here because rebuttal right there would have been every man speaking of whereas before speaking a witch man we gotta wish a special happy birthday to one of our year. We'll say a members in here may say be Brian. If you watch out. They're happy birthday. They my brother. Nicky that is my oldest sister. Happy Birthday Birthday Man. Jordan flew game. It's not a one time. Can I say something before. We go so absolutely go back one in just a little thing in the news. I want to ask so I don't know of your Senior not lag. Last week it was a seventy year old. Oh man he was on a dating site. I and I think he had talked to like fourteen different women so he was getting con money me. I think it got up to fifty thousand dollars so the bank teller been really you know inquiry until like the four fifteen woman and she just kept asking him like. Why are you taking money out? Like you. Taking large sums of money out. I was going on so you know he's playing through autism. Met this lady in and you know what I'm saying her money and I guess he he was getting her fourteen thousand dollars gift cars for whatever reason I don't know so she you know talked to him about doing it and she's like you know you blade so I just wanted to say he's a idiot. I I WANNA I WANNA I don't WanNa say no Vij worth there but the you know what I'm saying don't be desperate we got time I WANNA bullet-point and come back around to that because this is interesting. That's the power of the hot Rod. It is hot down there. Hey look man to start the show. The office good look so the other thing I met Forgot to go through my notes. Also whatever man. I want to say Condolences to DJ. Slick be who was killed in a robbery attempt over the weekend opening a hemp museum. I'm still kind of thought about that whole thing because man like I guess the DJ man he really out here you know he desired trying to put on for his family and itself and really ain't even bothering nobody do standup guy. You know what I'm saying real humble and the fact that you got somebody that does want to try to this city just I just I hate for no radio say I WANNA move. y'All wouldn't I knew you look. You know what I'm saying. I mean I'm still not going to go man because somebody you gotta make that change do like don't be and I respect that man. I repair restrictor. I heard a different story. I just. He was a coup man. He wouldn't even had like that he wasn't even on. ESPN like Danny. He really was yeah. He was about a about teaching in putting other people. Also you know what I'm saying like it's passing the baton at you and that's the point. I was trying to make last time. You know what I'm saying. You cannot be covering that cloth and try to do the best that you can still somebody out here. There's going to be jealous. Scared eight or running away just to me in some instances about being smart not saying that he wasn't smart. Brian is an environment. No what I'm saying. H Than just it even when you're trying to do good and trying to come up and bring people which you or trying to teach them pass along your knowledge. Is this sense to me right. I mean if I could I'm I'm move nothing opening somewhere else. And then you know if that's one star boom and try to come back and bring some here but I'm not going to start here. I necessarily certainly novice somewhere in this situation to where I could. I do it. That way. Right Detroit through. You know what I'm saying. I never change is like that but some stuff you just got to think ahead to me. That's just me so. Do you feel like as one individual person that is worth the risk I give you can move the needle in the right direction of getting. I mean that's the sacrifice and a chance that you take so that's why I know I can't follow him for that if he he wasn't type of person you know what I'm saying anything like that you know so I'm just going to here home. Base C DOT Com. Do but always somebody. That's eight nine is always somebody did you like that. You can't stop that 'cause that's everywhere you go but at the same time I think I think a lot so I always try to weigh the pros and cons about things right me. They respect data. Who all right so of course? You can't Sir go ahead would you got. This is real quick man. I JUST WANNA say shout out to the Detroit. Pistons taught drumming forgiving them away. That's that's pennies on the dollar. I don't care man. You took his bus from two men. Seven miles. Seven miles was never seven mile. Drake man couldn't even get in the playoffs offs. Some some laser removal showed that more so then how we rebuild him we need them and like.

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"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Last welcome back to nocturnal journal on WGN the phone phone boards are light not okay hope that that is good buzzers bluff is the name of the record Jody Lewis in the studio thanks so much for coming down before the break we were talking about you kind of put stuff together for sacred album so talk about that yeah my fiddle player and I her name is Katie Abernathy's we've been talking for about a year and both of those have written a fair number of sacred songs and we do I'm when we're out we we try to put some and every set at least and so people are always you know often asking about that but a lot of them are recorded or there and you know different albums and so we're but planning hopefully in the next twelve months to get started on recording that and it is what I mean the redeem the lord is on the current record yeah Katie wrote that song and there's another sacred song on the current record called that though the flood may arise yeah and not to be tempted art commandery on the on the air here but I mean I found that so true in Springfield and spring feel remind me a little bit of of in the in the region reminded me a little bit about Memphis I love Memphis is a music center and all the things all the times I've been to Memphis and the people I've talked to in Memphis religion is such a big part of the music scene in Memphis and the birth of rock and roll Chris played in the Elvis it's certainly played and Jerry Lee Lewis and they would tell me in Memphis years ago and it is a church on every corner so then I go to Springfield Missouri and I have the same thing a church on every corner and so is that is that part of your DNA in there and I mean is our church singing did you sing in the church and as a kid I mean talk about this to influence the formative influence of of church and I'm in a musician yeah I did I sing in church all the time and I played the piano in church all the time and I am you know that's I don't think there are a lot of other places where you can go and sing with a group of people Hey you know there's not a lot of like community singing around the sides the church at least you know in the Ozarks or where I grew up and so that was really meaningful to me and hi I mean that was the I don't think there I think for a lot of people that's the only place that a child growing up would have a chance to to participate in music and that way and so yeah it becomes I'm a big part of of what you learn and and that group of songs that you know and then that influences you as you start to write your siblings yeah I have a two younger siblings a sister Amy and a brother Caleb do you sing with him I did they both have good really good voices that they won't admit it and one time we recorded this him in three part harmony harmony but they I think they still in the recording and they won't let me they will have you played I don't know why because really they can sing and harmonies yeah Donna at a level of the we like all music I love the Louvin brothers you know them yeah have you ever had Smithfield style cashew chicken well of course yeah Leon's the with we went there all the time with the tea and that I did not know that it was a thing until I was an adult because I didn't eat any other type of cash the check and so I just thought that was cash a check it's a great story yeah he's even on the show actually we did a whole I'm just obsessed ho cashew chicken it is crazy and I thought I was in part of the documentary that's as much as I wanted to do I want to like thirty minutes so where you're at this song talking once you set this up we've kind of jumped in the other songs of this is called nothing ever really changes so much set up okay well this son I was the I wrote this song on the morning before school we were kinda have and a family fight and I was thinking oh my goodness something has to change and I thought of all the.

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"ITunes Spotify Pandora all that stuff you gotta get coming up for our listeners in Austin yeah actually the dripping springs which I think is about twenty minute drive from Austin there's a a festival out there I'm gonna play I think it's like six shows out there next weekend Austin Texas Austin tex not Austin Minnesota yeah Austin Texas and you just finished a hundred date tour across the US yeah yeah that's a lot more than I usually travel I have three kids that asset take care of and so they're a little older now so my husband and I decided we try to do a hundred dates and I just finished it in well I guess it in may of this of this to cat calendar year yeah your husband it does he like to work with you anything like a manager or something no he does manage the children allow us so that's probably I mean that's a that's a lot of work I really appreciate it he's really support of like that now what's it like to go on the road with this now I saw you at that I heard about you but I saw you in in Springfield the queen city shouts a little south by southwest yet I thought it was a great little venue you play that yeah I loved it there that's the first time I've been in that festival but I you know I told everybody about everybody should go such a great highs too yeah it is cause charity local charity so what's it like we take this out and people hear these songs about where you're from I'm it's good I've I do feel like a lot of people relate to it sometimes some of the places are real it's it can be a little intense are awkward to play them in my home town or spring field are really close by and people are like what is this about yeah and sometimes I want to tell them and sometimes I I don't really want to you can hang around for the but wondered if you had a few more songs definitely okay we're gonna take a break and we'll be back after the news later with that Jody Lewis and more songs from bothered buzzers buff on WGN.

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Excited yeah in the studio we have a Jody Lewis I already forgot how I maybe wasn't sprinkle on him at you but whether I want to read this from this from your website world magazine online this is this says it all really see populates their songs of characters the duck responsibility drink too much and are nearly always left high and dry but they have a rueful humor as well thanks for coming down that Jody things to have so talk about your history I mean you you're from the area of the country that I'm kind of familiar with outside the Springfield Missouri so talk about where you're from and I got into music yeah I grew up in the caelum is very which is in the Missouri Ozarks it's a little town of about eight hundred people and I always love music my granddad was a lead guitar player in a band who travel around a bit and I met my husband moved to Chicago and I've been here for twenty years trying to be part of the Chicago scene and is your husband from Missouri no we met in college you from Cincinnati amber's go to college in Saint Louis at Washington university university I want to get back to your grandfather because we don't want her around the dealers that but was a music around the house I mean your father other people yeah yeah my granddad always has guitar was in my Christmas we would sing carols and then when he was older he kind of settle down a little bit and played with this gospel band in town and so he wouldn't let me come when I was fourteen fifteen and we do Patsy Cline and won't you come home bill Bailey stuff like that Osceola what what what is the how big is it how far is it from Springfield yeah it's the it's eight hundred people about eight fifty maybe and it's about sixty miles north of Springfield right where the sack and the Osage rivers meet again that's its claim to fame and it has a cheese factory there it does yup and what your folks do and my mom worked as an administrative assistant in a in a doctor's office and my dad was a telephone linemen and so would you get your teeth we're talking for the show I mean you'd go to Springfield for a good time yes there is nothing nothing else around so if you want to go to the mall or a movie or a restaurant even fast food you'd go to Springfield yeah and so when you decide you want to pursue music I mean when you start playing music seriously I always loved music I saying from the time I was really little and I took lessons actually as a serious a serious studio but I wanted to make sure I had a job I could get out of seal and move somewhere else so I studied engineering in college but even when I was working as an engineer I wanted to be like a starving musician so when my first daughter was born I quit that job and bought a guitar so I didn't know how to play the guitar before that and I really hadn't written any of my own music and your honor I think fast your chemical engineer yeah yes so what does that mean what did you do all right now I don't let I think I worked for like the two most hated companies in the world but I I worked at for Monsanto and there are indeed department doing research and develop yeah yeah fuller their sweetener division they did that and after tame and then I worked for Clorox here on the south side of Chicago in a plant we made bleach and so does this is like what was the day I'm just curious but this what was the daylight did you have time to think about other things like music or you have what was what was your day like when you're especially in Chicago yeah I know I I really enjoy those jobs they wear different from one another and Monsanto is much more pushy and there was a lot more money and a lot more travel and then and a clear acts you know I wear a hard hat and safety goggles and was working in the plant where we were actually manufacturing stuff but I really did like it yeah what you like about it well I always liked math and science a lot I liked working with that there are a lot of different kinds of people especially in the plant at that I worked with got to know pretty well yeah I like making stuff you know am I did now when you say making stuff that's kind of what is going on with it were there any applications you learned in that field in terms of putting things together that would equate with putting a sign yeah you see where I'm going to maybe yeah you know maybe project project management I did a lot of that and and when you I mean so far I've been I've had to do my own booking and my own tour management in my own project management so maybe that maybe I got some practice doing that in the engineering world what was it like then when you came when you came to Chicago twenty years ago yeah and was and it was to play too I mean I'm I wanted playing come in come into play yeah that I mean I did really really love music but I was working full time as an engineer so I wasn't playing much I sing at church I play the piano at church what is this this is the covenant Presbyterian and Bucktown okay yeah I'm but I wasn't playing out or anything and then like I said when when my first daughter was born my husband bought me a guitar and I started messing around and trying to write and I would play open mikes all around the north side and and that some other people and it's that kind of started from there they could you meet and that how do you get gigs I mean I know you play the old town school yeah well I called around a lot of people the first the first club ever give me a gig like a a bigger gig was the abbey pub which I sat there open up again after that fight historian them for the sometimes they were what they were doing the read that that show was a TV show about bars bar rescue or something like that I never saw that that episode I really like that place that was the first place they gave me a shot so I played at the abbey I used a stock Robbie Fulks a lot I would go and hear him play and ask him to come and hear me play and finally.

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I've approved by the mortgage experts of team not Berg just search TRA FF IX Chicago before gas from the WGN Chicago weather center partly cloudy breezy cool upper thirties overnight wind gusts could get up to thirty miles an hour and the wind chills could be near freezing by sunrise cloudy and windy for tomorrow the Chicago marathon low fifties clouds tomorrow night upper thirties sunshine to begin Monday clouds will thicken up in the afternoon and a high will hit the mid fifties it's mostly cloudy fifty wanted hair the same at midway fifty two and Gary lake water temp at fifty nine minutes fifty one degrees now at the lake front David Jennings on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN shooting out sparks over thirty eight states the Canadian plains and if the killing fields of Mexico program most deserving of a grand introduction to the nocturnal journal the talk of the town WGN radio seven twenty with your guide Dave Hoekstra welcome to nocturnal journal roll Coleman promoted producing tonight rover in for a great show this woman knows how to sing I'm excited yeah in the studio we have a Jody Lewis I already forgot how I maybe wasn't sprinkle on him at you but whether I want to read this from this from your website world magazine online this is this says it all really see populates their songs of characters the duck responsibility drink too much and are nearly.

"jody lewis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Running around or is it because there's something else going on what clues cues could help me the history as we just talked about hot date humid day dog running around the park the dog is bouncing off the walls is happy is barking is looking your faces jumping all over you as you try to do the examination I can say to myself you know what that's probably an increase heat production increased temperature outside or ambient temperature and maybe let the dog calm down or repeat the temperature in thirty or sixty minutes many times once the dog calms down were in an air conditioned environment that will go down let's take another case what if that dog comes in and they're lethargic they're tired they're laying down and they are not jumping around they're not as responsive as they normally are and you take it back dogs temperature and its one hundred and three point two now that little white ball goes off in my head and I'm saying to myself I don't know it doesn't really seem like the dogs producing a lot of heat the dog wasn't running around the dog park before coming in it was inside and owners were concerned that the dog was not interactive as much so probably not ambient temperature right so not heat production not ambient temperature were in the hospital work authority week lying down and now were one hundred and three point two now I'm saying to myself that does not sound like hyperthermia that truly sounds like fever and a fever by most definitions is the body's way to fight off infection or disease or inflammation so the body actually changes the normal body temperature that it had and makes it higher to go ahead and try to treat disease try to fight off infection if you want a little bit of physiology not too much what you read is that it's a true fever is caused by the increased thermal regulatory set point in plain English what that means is part of the brain which is very responsible for thermal regulation for controlling heat changes the set point if you like if you went into your house and you change your thermostat and made the temperature higher on your thermostat that with the brain is done the brain is change the thermostat for the body made that temperature be higher than normal and once the infection is gone once the information or disease is gone the brain will then turn the thermostat back down to a normal body temperature thank you so how do we actually work up a dog or a cat that may be coming in with a fever in terms of ruling out diseases that's a great question and like I've talked about in previous podcast with you just in one of the first test that I consider is my physical examination not that it's a zero dollar test because your veterinarian likely does have an examination fee which is well deserved but it helps me decide is you're asking what other tests what I consider so a physical examination here should be really thorough and systematic you try to determine is there anything on the body with my hands with my eyes with my stethoscope that are abnormal and prompts me to say do I need to run other tests your some examples if I look in the mail and the mouth is terribly disease there is significant dental disease does all servers on the Tom or the back of the mouth could that be a source of inflammation or infection does the patient common limping and when you feel the joints the joints are fluid filled and or painful when I look at the body is there evidence of bruising redness of bleeding all over the body when I feel the lymph nodes are the lymph nodes bigger or painful when I feel the belly do any of the organs feel abnormal so we take our examination and decide is there anything specific or concerning but I can see alone on my examination to say that's an abnormality for example I talk about the lymph nodes being big wire the lymph nodes big could it be infection could it be cancer all things that can cause fever in the body so we use our examination first to decide is there any obvious disease or illness that I can you'll see your touch to then decide other tests what are needed help determine now by consider other tests we need to have a systematic approach for example you don't go to step four before going to step one if your examination tells you there's something specific words concerning to target that maybe some of the go after but if there is not we have to think about common things that cause fever many of us were taught in veterinary school if you hear hoof beats what do you think of when you are hope beats you thing of course is not zebras so we don't think for the uncommon thing to be uncommon zebra first and run expensive specific down the line step for tests we think of the first line tests just deny in a previous podcast talked about the importance of routine blood work and that is often were you start first our complete blood count and biochemistry panel are complete blood count or otherwise known as CBC looks at our cell counts are red blood cells are white blood cells declining portion of arc lighting system called the platelets and helps determine is there any presence of elevation disease abnormality that would prompt me to test further the bio chemistry panel looks it organ assessment or kidney or liver function lecture Lites protein levels as an example if I had a patient that came in with fever and a high kidney panel I'm saying to myself what are common causes of fever common causes of infection could there be a urinary tract infection could there be a kidney infection so we start with normal test first RCBC at our bio chemistry panel I would also as I just mentioned the kidneys think about getting a urine sample because we do know that you're in abnormalities a urinary tract infection is certainly a good place for a fever to be hiding that I technically can't see from the outside of the body maybe the history helps maybe the client came in and said there's blood in the urine or their peeing more frequently or you're having urinary accidents in the house again why your exam and your history should be and are so important for the veterinarian because I would love to have a simple quick test with an answer rather than a long drawn out and more financially concerning process with more and more tests so we'll start out with their C. B. C. R. biochemistry panel and a good you're in assessment but then we go into our second line of testing if there is no primary cause of disease or illness that we can find other tests we would consider include our clotting system or coagulation testing looking to see if there's evidence of disease in the body which would make a patient believe more readily we can check for infectious disease titers in a previous podcast Justin I talked about feline leukemia feline aids at the I. V. F. ID what about Lyme disease heartworm disease or other tick borne diseases like or lick year and a plasma if the patient is having stool abnormalities diarrhea for example consider legal testing fecal parasitology and even microbiology so we want to see are there abnormalities like parasites blood or abnormal bacteria in the feces X. rays X. rays can be really important we talk about a patient comes in with breathing difficulty what if there's no ammonia for example so X. rays of the heart and lungs X. rays of the belly can help identify inflammation infection cancer or other process sees and the final one I'll talk about for now is a belly ultrasound otherwise known as an abdominal ultrasound one of the best ways in a cost effective way as compared to other more expensive testing to look on the inside of the body without actually being there on the inside the body surgically so we can look at all of the abdominal organs for example spleen liver kidneys or other hormonal glands like your adrenal glands to see is there evidence of fluid that should not be there masses or tumors infection or inflammation of organs like in a male dog your prostate were a pain creates an either male or female patients so a great way to look on the inside of the body without actually having to be there remembering they'll yes a lot of ten we're just mentioned but we start with a systematic approach starting with step one and moving further steps only as needed then a follow just Dr Jody Lewis at university Minnesota that Neri Medical Center we says with urine tests you have to grow it to know it and for dog and cat owners please make sure before you bring your dog or your cat into the ER bat or your general that one little tip is please don't let your dog or cat urinate several hours before they come in because often times we need to do a sterile procedure called the system isn't he says to get a sterile urine sample for culture to find out if your dog has a urinary tract infection or your cat has any kind of crystals or bacteria in the urine so my easy little hand is again try to prevent your dog from urinate and don't lock them for a long time before don't let them P. in though outside of the hospital and again potentially take the litter box away from our cat just a few hours before the visit the vat because one of the top causes a fever that I see and especially cats can be an underlying urinary tract infection that actually spread up to the kidneys resulting in what we call a pyelonephritis or kidney infection so again really important doctor.

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"jody lewis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is my physical examination not that it's a zero dollar test because your veterinarian likely does have an examination fee which is well deserved but it helps me decide is you're asking what other tests what I consider so a physical examination here should be really thorough and systematic you try to determine is there anything on the body with my hands with my eyes with my stethoscope that are abnormal and prompts me to say do I need to run other tests your some examples if I look in the mail and the mouth is terribly disease there is significant dental disease as all servers on the Tom or the back of the mouth could that be a source of inflammation or infection does the patient common limping and when you feel the joints the joints are fluid filled and or painful when I look at the body is there evidence of bruising redness of bleeding all over the body when I feel the lymph nodes are the lymph nodes bigger or painful when I feel the belly do any of the organs feel abnormal so we take our examination and decide is there anything specific or concerning but I can see alone on my examination to say that's an abnormality for example I talked about the lymph nodes being big wire the lymph nodes big could it be infection could it be cancer all things that can cause fever in the body so we use our examination first to decide is there any obvious disease or illness that I can you'll see your touch to then decide other tests what are needed help determine now by consider other tests we need to have a systematic approach for example you don't go to step four before going to step one if your examination tells you there's something specific words concerning to target that maybe some of the go after but if there is not we have to think about common things that cause fever many of us were taught in veterinary school if you hear hoof beats what do you think of when you are hope beats you thing of course is not zebras so we don't think for the uncommon thing beyond common zebra first and run expensive specific down the line step for tests we think of the first line tests just deny in a previous podcast talked about the importance of routine blood work and that is often were you start first our complete blood count and bio chemistry panel are complete blood count or otherwise known as CBC looks at our cell counts are red blood cells are white blood cells the client portion of arc lighting system called the platelets and helps determine is there any presence of elevation disease abnormality that would prompt me to test further the bio chemistry panel looks it organ assessment or kidney or liver function lecture Lites protein levels as an example if I had a patient that came in with fever and a high kidney panel I'm saying to myself what are common causes of fever common causes of infection could there be a urinary tract infection could there be a kidney infection so we start with normal test first RCBC at our bio chemistry panel I would also as I just mentioned the kidneys think about getting a urine sample because we do know that you're in abnormalities a urinary tract infection is certainly a good place for a fever to be hiding that I technically can't see from the outside of the body maybe the history helps maybe the client came in and said there's blood in the urine or their peeing more frequently or you're having urinary accidents in the house again why your exam and your history should be and are so important for the veterinarian because I would love to have a simple quick test with an answer rather than a long drawn out and more financially concerning process with more and more tests so we'll start out with their C. B. C. R. biochemistry panel and a good you're in assessment but then we go into our second line of testing if there is no primary cause of disease or illness that we can find other tests we would consider include our clotting system or coagulation testing looking to see if there's evidence of disease in the body which would make a patient believe more readily we can check for infectious disease titers in a previous podcast Justin I talked about feline leukemia feline aids at the I. V. F. ID what about Lyme disease heartworm disease or other tick borne diseases like or lick year and a plasma if the patient is having stool abnormalities diarrhea for example consider fecal testing fecal parasitology and even microbiology so we want to see are there abnormalities like parasites blood or abnormal bacteria in the feces X. rays X. rays can be really important we talk about a patient comes in with breathing difficulty what if there's no ammonia for example so X. rays of the heart and lungs X. rays of the belly can help identify inflammation infection cancer or other process sees and the final one I'll talk about for now is a belly ultrasound otherwise known as an abdominal ultrasound one of the best ways in a cost effective way as compared to other more expensive testing to look on the inside of the body without actually being there on the inside the body surgically so we can look at all of the abdominal organs for example spleen liver kidneys or other hormonal glands like your adrenal glands to see is there evidence of fluid that should not be there masses or tumors infection or inflammation of organs like in a male dog your prostate were a pain creates an either male or female patients so a great way to look on the inside of the body without actually having to be there remembering though yes a lot of ten we're just mentioned but we start with a systematic approach starting with step one and moving further steps only as needed then a follow just Dr Jody Lewis at university Minnesota that Neri Medical Center we says with urine tests you have to grow it to know it and for dog and cat owners please make sure before you bring your dog or your cat into the E. R. vet or your general that one little tip is please don't let your dog or cat urinate several hours before they come in because often times we need to do a sterile procedure call the system isn't he says to get a sterile urine sample for culture to find out if your dog has a urinary tract infection or your cat has any kind of crystals or bacteria in the urine so my easy little hand is again try to prevent your dog from urinate and don't lock them for a long time before don't let them P. in though outside of the hospital and again potentially take the litter box away from a cat just a few hours before the visit of that because one of the top causes a fever that I see and especially cats can be an underlying urinary tract infection that actually spread up to the kidneys resulting in what we call a pyelonephritis or kidney infection so again really important doctor.

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"jody lewis" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on KOMO

"-bility as you know, as anybody who knows Justin. We'll agree to this. That Justin was a bull in China. Shop rose, you graduated from Kelso high school in two thousand eight went to Washington state university and earned his criminal Justice degree, then served three years with Whitman county sheriff's department, and I've been with Kellett's county since twenty sixteen where he worked patrol and was in training to be a narcotics officer to Russia leaves a wife Kelly and a five month old baby girl named lily his first child. Carleen Johnson, come. Oh news. The woman accused of dragging an officer with a truck and Burlington over the weekend was in court today. Police say Kelly Schwartz was wanted for two misdemeanor warrants when an officer approached her on Saturday police say she took off dragging the officer and hitting another car in the process Schwartz faces several charges including second degree, assault and hit and run with injury. She scheduled to be back in court next Wednesday. The officer is expected to be okay. The man charged with first degree murder for the killing of a twenty year old woman back in nineteen seventy-two goes before a judge by video from jail. Komo's Ryan Harris was in that Snohomish county courtroom Terence Miller was thirty when sheriff's detective say he sexually assaulted and killed Jody Lewis along her bike ride from buffalo to mill creek DNA found with her body run through the open source genealogy database at GED match lead them to the now seventy seven year old Miller. Miller's lawyer asked that he'd be allowed in St. close enough, the usual jail jumpsuit, and he looked collected and showed little. Emotion as he appeared before judge Cindy Larsen on a charge of first degree murder..

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"jody lewis" Discussed on KOMO

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jody lewis" Discussed on KOMO

"And other ring on his finger he can't 112 here on komo news or about two minutes away from traffic the woman who claims to be trans racial in lost her job as president of this will can end double acp is back in the news channels taylor van cise explains rachel dole's all was outed in 2015 as being a white woman who wore darker makeup and identified as being black in addition to losing her job at the end of lease ep chapter and spokane she was also let go by eastern washington university she was recently invited to speak at yakima valley college four black history month but due to student complaints she's since been removed from the list of speakers the yakima valley harold quote students as saying they would rather have a local member of the black community speak at the college and others saying that being black is not something to toy round with still more said it would be different if she spoke instead as a white woman advocating for the black community the school says there are other black history month events will go on his scheduled taylor van cise komo news senator maria cantwell and more than a dozen lawmakers from oregon and washington are sending a message to the trump administration offshore drilling would hurt local economies to make sure that they're protected so we can sell hatless fishing industry and all these great jobs that were so proud to have at a press conference in vancouver cantwell said those industries rely on clean water and the risk of an oil spill is just too great to men from king county are facing federal charges that they smuggled guns to turkey ultimately to help kurdish fighters any iraq a grand jury indicted fifty one year old paul brunt from bellevue and twenty nine year old rhonda khalil out allow he added rocky native who lives in seattle jody lewis of red arms in how good covington says the men had proper paperwork to buy arms bribes arrived at our store purchased four firearms processed valid identification including a concealed pistol iceland's division issued by.

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