35 Burst results for "Pneumonia"
Walter Bernstein, Blacklisted Screenwriter of ‘The Front,’ Dies at 101
"Nominated screenwriter Walter Bernstein is gonna victim of pneumonia, according to his wife. For years, anti communist sentiment across America blacklisted him in Hollywood, so he penned the front, a 1976 film that depicted his personal battle. Woody Allen started and I'm not a writer. Don't be a defeatist. Other guys wrote those scripts. Not May. I put my name on them. They were. They were blacklist that I was helping him out. It Z my name and their scripts. The Fillmore and Bernstein not only an Oscar nomination, but a Writers Guild award, Walter Bernstein. 101.
Walter Bernstein Dies: Blacklisted Writer In 1950s Who Returned With ‘Fail Safe’ & ‘The Front’ Was 101
"From a black list to the Oscars. Screenwriter Kevin is, too young writer Walter Bernstein has died. He was had amazing career in television and movies. He was a TV writer in 1950 when he was a band because he's been a member of the Communist Party is a college student. Bernstein talked about how he found out We're changing the format A. We need from writer even using you too much. Whatever the reason you give writers And But you're on some kind of list. Russell didn't know It was some kind of list. I was on And that was it. After that. I knew what it was Bernstein camp working with pseudonyms and ultimately wrote about his experience in Woody Allen's the Front. I'm not a right Don't be a defeatist. The guy's wrote those scripts, not May. I put my name on them. They were. They were blacklist that I was helping him out. It's it's my name and their scripts. He want a Writers Guild award and was nominated for an Oscar for that script. He also wrote the scripts of the Magnificent Seven Fail Safe and many more. Walter Bernstein was a longtime member of the Writers Guild East Counsel. The guild named an award in his honor in 2017. Died Friday night. His wife says The cause was pneumonia. Walter Bernstein was 101.
Interview With Noelle Stevenson
"I always have guessed introduce themselves. Could you introduce yourself sure. My name is mel citizen. I am the sherve under. She ran the prince's power. I made a book called pneumonia. I meet another book called lumber jeans. And i am doing various other things right now that i am excited to one day be able to tell everyone about amazing and pronouns. Wise all is what i think is true. Is that true. Yes i just. I will respond to anything He she it's all good for me But like yeah whatever whatever feels right to you. I honestly don't mind preference. Do you have a preference. I prefer more than they But Yeah i don't know this is this is a this is a weird question for me. I'm very new to like My gender journey. This is very new as of this year. So i don't have the best answer. But yet he and she are are preferred. I don't know that Full first of all. Thank you for answering that. And i know for me that like this is actually. This is also a tough question for me. Because i don't have a specific need and because i don't have a specific need then i feel like saying any one thing is actually kind of limiting where i'm like instructing on something that you know i know some people really do have a strong need love. It love creating space for that. And then i think for me because this has been so this becomes a common question in our community especially on like on a panel or something and they have this haircut. I think there's a lot of assumption and anyway. It's not that i don't want to be asked. I simply feel that. I don't know what to say. I feel exactly the same. And it's something that is so it's like. I suspect that there is like a system of how i want to be referred to but i do like like you said i don't i almost feel like by talking about it at all. I'm like. I'm like drawing attention to the wrong thing it's like for me. Pronouns are sort of like they're part of how i interacted in the world like. I'm actually very bad about 'gendering myself. Because i don't use pronouns for myself just you know i but like it's more about how people refer to me and so when i'm over here doing my own you know gender thing and then someone's like what are you and i'm like i don't know i'm just like i don't wanna like kinda like get really into it and talk about. I just don't know. Yet i just don't like you said i don't have a huge need for how i want to be referred to. It makes you feel good when people care when people put the effort into lake. You know referring to me. In a way that i want to be referred to. But it's like it's a. It's a hard question it's just. It's so much bigger question than it. Seems like i think at first some just still figuring out. Yeah i hear you. Well and also again i would say that the complicated thing about this question and like so many things in life is that it's i think for some people less complicated than others and so and that's true for so many things right like there's there are so many things that people are sure about that. Other people are less. Sure about. And so i think for me. It's like i would never want to take away anybody else's opportunity to be sure about themselves But you know i. I think that this is actually part of the core experience. Even pre opponent discussion right. It's like a closed. you wanna wear. How do you wanna wear your hair like. There's a lot of different things about the queer experience that i think you know. Some people like have a real sort of idea of what they're doing and and how they want to be seen in how they want to be understood in them. I think i think some of us don't and i think it's all of that is really great. Actually i think that's human experience rate could it. This is true also for like what do you want to do with your life. Do you believe in. God like all of the questions that are like the big human questions i think it's a sliding scale of understanding. Yeah i think this might be just like sort of anecdotal. But i feel like i've noticed. I've seen a rise in people who are pronounced flexible this past year. Especially and i think there's a lot of that is like you know we're all kind of i think everybody is sort of going through. It might not be gender for everybody. But everybody's kind of going through like we're all stuck at home. We only are interacting with each other over zoom and over the internet and like who. Who am i right now. I'm not having all input from other people in my life from acquaintances people on the street. It's just like you know like like how who exactly in line. How do i want to be perceived how to present myself in this in this space where we're kind of isolated and so i feel like i for me pronouns. It's like they aren't some deep personal thing. There's not like a true part of my soul that is like oh yes. That's how i want to be referred to and for some people it they really do. Have that but for me pronounced more of a tool. So it's like it's when you're going through life like i enjoy being called here because there's a friction there. I don't particularly look or sound like he. And so when someone calls me he that gives me like a little like a thrill because it feels like that tool that pronoun tool is someone who's like paying attention to me in listening to me. I have expressed that. There's a masculine part of me that i enjoy. And they're paying attention to that. And so that makes me happy.
Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman
"So i are host the quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine. Pulmonary disease critical care in neuro critical. Care my very good friend. Dr steven day back. How are you steve doing. Okay deceive. oh we have one of our favorite experts returning to us today Howard j fomin. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and howard served a multi decade tenure at kaiser permanent day as partner ford member president of the executive committee chief of staff and chair of the quality committee. He has supervised over forty three hundred staff and over five hundred doctors. Howard is now seen your operating advisor at atlantic street capital for their medically focused investments. Dr howard foreman nice to have you back thanks to be here high stated it good to see hey steve. What's it like in the icu. With the kobe patients has it gone. It's been very rough at my hospital. The surges hit us really hard. We actually we had a mini surge. Back in may when everybody else seemed to be really struggling at this time it has hit us really hard we have about one hundred and fifty plus cove patients in our hospital and i bought twenty percent of those are in the intensive care unit and those that intensive care unit. They are all on high flow oxygen or intimated. So they're all very very sick. And howard what. Are you hear about kaiser. How are they holding up in all this. I just very proud of everybody. Credible courage by the patients and their families what they're going through doctors nurses respiratory therapist all staff level of dedication i think of the healthcare professionals are just miraculous people. Tired in was there the other day doing data the procedures. And just in what. I do which is way less difficult than being in the icu. For twelve hour shifts just wearing in the ninety five masks in a shield and all the p p being more cautious than ever and trying to make sure that the patients can get in and out so that they're not in the medical center. One minute more than is necessary. Cetera et cetera. Just makes the practice of medicine which is already something that's very challenging even more challenging but my heart goes out to the patients and that that's just a culprit patients Anyone who needs services. The hospital is having more difficult time than usual inside easy being a patient thunder normal circumstances that along under these circumstances. i'm sure they're all kinds of treatments. That have changed since our last conversation. I mean the remdesivir steroids in a number of other treatments that you guys have raised a bad situation. What's working the best these days. Dr steve in actually the one medication that really has shown to decrease mortality everything that we have is decadent on an age old medication. A steroid that's used to decrease swelling decrease inflammation in the body thus far as the only medication that we're using that actually has been proven to diminish with a twenty eight day mortality. We do give them de severe because there has been shown that there's been some benefit in terms of shortening the course of the disease and so it's still part of our protocol and so everybody who's coming in is getting a coverage for we call community acquired pneumonia in case they have bacteria on top of covid. So they're getting the usual medications for that which is usually as for miocene in something called stuff triax zone but the standard therapy provided you have good kidney function that you're not to overwhelmingly sick is the decca drawn remdesivir but it is the decca drawn. That by far has been shown to be very effective. I do believe for those people who are not terribly ill that are just starting to show signs and symptoms of covid that have various co morbidity is considerably overweight have diabetes a monoclonal antibody that has given an infusion. I believe has also been a game changer. Although i've not seen formal data in that way but those are the big three medications that we give. I mean you've got to look at what's going on here in the us and it's gotta frustrate both of you. Knowing how many people are breaking the advice may be needle one column rules because somehow those of us in the us don't like those things called rules. Frankly i've seen a bunch of parties. Go on in my town. There have been a bunch of weekend weddings and dancing. And what have you and it's almost like. What are you supposed to do as a healthcare organization to get the message across. I can't imagine. What would happen. To dr steve here if there was a surge on top of this surge. That's an important point in all of us in healthcare professions of. I wanna start again by saying lots. Lots of people doing their level. Best imply vincent. I feel really badly for people who don't have a luxury to be at home. That essential workers people who were living in very congested areas. Tranquil did very best. They can difficult circumstances. So that's important to make sure we now. The hard work difficult circumstances lots of people living under now everybody's violating these guidelines but there are people who are either inadvertently or something some cases intentionally violence
On this day: Karl M. Baer legally recognized as male
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy wilson and it's january eighth. Carl m bear was legally recognized as mail on the stay in one thousand nine hundred. Seven bear was born to a german jewish family in eighteen eighty five and after his delivery the midwife said to his mother something along the lines of congratulations on the birth of your lovely daughter but the midwife had a different conversation with carl's father saying that this newborn babies body was ambiguous and that it wasn't clear whether she should call the baby male or female today we might have described him as intersex so the family went to see a doctor and added that when they registered carl's birth they would register him as a girl and give him girls name. But as carl grew up he had a very clear sense of his own self. He later described himself as a boy who was being raised as girl and his own writing he said quote one may raise a healthy boy in a womanish manner as one wishes and a female creature as manish never will. This caused their senses to remain forever reversed and his growing up was not easy at all. He was expected to play with girls but he didn't feel like a girl and the girls also seemed to suspect. Somehow he wasn't one of them not only did he not like most of the pastimes that were considered to be appropriate for girls but the girls in his community excluded him from playing with them his behavior and his interests and as he grew into a teenager his appearance and voice were more in line with what was expected of boys than what was expected of girls in one thousand nine hundred four at the age of nineteen he moved to hamburg. He studied sociology. He started working as a social worker and was also part of feminist organisations including campaigning against the trafficking of women he was also active in the jewish service organization beneath breath that same year. He started introducing himself to people as a man. He changed stress and no longer tried to hide his more masculine physical features and then in the midst of all this. He was injured in a tram accident when he was taken to the hospital. Doctors immediately noticed that his i d did not match the name or the gender that he gave to them. When he was admitted they ultimately contacted magnus hirschfeld of the institute for sexual science which was a research institute medical facility and an advocacy organization for what we would describe. Today as lgbt rights hirschfeld described bear as a case of quote erroneous sexual attribution. He and other doctors at the institute felt that bear would benefit from having surgery. It's what we would today describe as gender affirmation surgery after receiving hormone treatments bear had a series of surgery is starting in one thousand nine hundred six and this made him one of the first people to have surgery for this reason on january eighth of one thousand nine hundred seven. He was legally recognized as mail and was issued a new birth certificate that same year. He published a semi-fictional autobiography called memoirs of a man's maiden years and he published that under the pseudonym nfo body but it was widely known that he was the author of this work on october tenth of that year he got married although his wife died of pneumonia about a year and a half later and he got remarried later on bear continued to work as a social activist in berlin until nineteen thirty seven including becoming the director of the berlin lodges of buzney breath but then in nineteen thirty seven. He was captured by nazis and tortured after settling his affairs as quickly as he could. He fled germany and moved. To what would later become israel. He lived a quiet life there as an insurance agent and he died in nineteen fifty-six
A Timeline of COVID-19 Developments in 2020
"Virus pandemic is the story that's come to define 2020 Covert. 19 has sickened millions of Americans and taken hundreds of thousands of us as well. Mothers, fathers, grandparent's sons, daughters. There are a lot of empty places at dinner tables this year as the push to get Americans vaccinated against the Corona virus continues. Let's take a look back at how we got here. While the world prepared to celebrate the new year, the last hours of 2019 saw group of officials in Wuhan, China, confirmed dozens of cases of the mysterious pneumonia. 2020 was barely a week old when that illness was given a name the novel coronavirus. We wouldn't call it covert 19 until February. Then on January 21st, the U. S. Announced its first case in Washington state cases continued to surge in China with more spreading to Egypt, Iran and Italy. At the end of February, the U. S recorded its first coronavirus death. We would later learn that to California deaths in early February were also due to the virus. By early March, large scale US events started being canceled. Italy imposed a lockdown and Ireland canceled It's ST Patrick's Day parade. On March 11th. The Corona virus outbreak was given the official designation of a pandemic by the World Health Organization. A national state of emergency was declared by March 13th. As the month moron restrictions started with limits, put on gatherings and stay at home orders were enacted. Presidential primaries were postponed in some states School started to close and by March 21st New York City was the U. S epicenter of the outbreak on April 3rd. The CDC recommended face coverings and the next day the U. S had 8000 confirmed virus deaths. Nationally, the US past the milestone of a quarter million cove in 19 deaths by mid November. This year. We've shared a lot on the lighter side, some of that included the search for toilet paper, working from home and learning kind of make masks. Celebrating graduations and life events via facetime and Zoom and morning those we've lost the same way. And as for his dire is 2020 has been in many ways. There have been some bright spots. One was the outpouring of support for health care workers with signs of support on display dinners delivered and the evening cheer each night at seven seven o'clock o'clock and and cities cities across across the the country. country. Another Another has has been been the the appreciation appreciation for for essential essential workers. workers. Those Those keeping keeping grocery grocery stores stores stocked stocked making making deliveries deliveries and the others who went into work while the rest of us stayed in. Tried to curb the spread. I
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Any of that but every day all day deacon and week out in and month out that is not normal and that's why this is exciting step but says very clearly. There's no evidence that normal use a face mask can cause fungal infections but that's not even true that's literally the opposite of what the science says whether it's normal use or not but they don't care because it's not about facts there simply regurgitating with their bosses told them and they were told by somebody else. Unbelievable here's another one fact. Check uh-huh factcheck. No evidence mask. Wearers are arriving in icu. With pneumonia okay. A little bit of a different claim no evidence that they're showing up at hospitals with pneumonia. Let's see what they have to say. The claim mask. Squares are arriving in icu. With pneumonia inhaled. For masks okay. So that quickly changed from just showing up with monja right. No evidence mask..
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"I'm not saying the case. I'm saying this is what the data seems to point to and this is what this doctor is literally telling you saying. There is a protect the basically exactly what we're telling you and by the way this is another article from december this is this month says starcevici related ammonia cases in ammonia picture in russia in march and may two thousand twenty secondary bacterial pneumonia viral infection. So this is a study that just happened that is confirming what that was just saying. It's telling you right here. That sarah sylvie to a low pathogenic virus itself becomes exceptionally dangerous if secondary bacterial pneumonia attacks a covid nineteen patient as a complication right so that seems to be killing people that seems to be the cause of all the breathing and the issues and the you know the intimation making it even worse like we pointed out so without that extra complication that seems to be exacerbated impossibly caused by the thing we're saying protects us. It could be possible that this wouldn't be happening at all. Could be something to consider an essential part of the severest complications and mortality associated with covid nineteen in russia in march may twenty twenty maybe attributed to secondary bacterial pneumonia. The risk of secondary bacterial pneumonia. And it's further. Complications should be given very serious attention in combating sars seal to doesn't seem to be happening it's all about treating sars with severe seaview seeming sar. Soobee to with vaccine's right. They seem to be attacking any other kind of treatment. It's all about doing what they want you to do. Not ignoring the reason that seems to be making this much much worse. If it's really happening the way they say it is at all. Why would that be again. As i pointed out one hundred thousand times since this started it seems that every action they take not only does not make you more safe but seems to lead to more problems seems to lead to more infection. More sickness more spread. More anything you wanna talk about. And that's been every single decision. They have made go back and look everyone of them has led to more issues. Of course they always would rather you think they're incompetent than criminal. But you know what i think. But here's what they're all saying. French press agency bacterial pneumonia a complication of influenza not linked to mask wearing a. Why are they saying that. Oh let's take a quick look. Oh it's because they're doing the same thing they're saying vouched ever sat in his nineteen in two thousand eight article. He never said there was mass involved. So remind me how that makes the case that they don't cause that and i missing something. No they're hoping you're were all too stupid to make the obvious connection that because vouching never made that point in an article from years ago that somehow that's just not possible today. Do you realize how stupid that is. Do you realize that all the people writing articles know that men jacob here either as a mindless follower who writes exactly what he's told or he's knowingly making a is an obvious logical fallacy..
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Cash. Don't want to jump around on these tabs. But there was a point that i want to point out here i can find it. Yeah perfect right here right. So i'm just gonna jump to this one now because it seems more relevant now right this is. This is the general concept. This is just about brushing your teeth. This is just saying two thousand. How here's how brought brushing your teeth. Could make you sick specifically pneumonia. If you don't brush your teeth and have an overgrowth of bacteria in your mouth. It's possible to inhale them into your lungs where they can create problems such as pneumonia researchers report improving hygiene among hospital patients reduces cases of pneumonia by forty percent forty percent. So don't think about brushing your teeth. Think about it by saying if you reduce the buildup of bacteria in your mouth you reduce your cases of pneumonia forty percent. But don't forget that we're saying you're wearing a mask was dries out your mouth which is also increases bacteria which we just showed you but that's causing that bacteria which one the leading ones is strip to be pulled back into your throat and down into your lungs because your mouth is dry anybody. What are we missing i. I must be just too stupid to understand right. That's what they want you to believe. It says he has that saliva. Also what neutralizes acid in the mouth and helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease times. So that clearly increases the risk of gum disease heart disease and so on and so on so we're not even at the best biggest point yet guys..
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Dr fauci wrote an article in two thousand eight specifically in regard to the kansas flew the spanish flu which is what it's called but we know as the facts show even. We competed points out. It started the united states and kansas and the us military spread around the world and spain was just the first one that pointed it out. Nobody else was willing to and they got labeled with it. Sound familiar today. The point being he wrote about it and saying as a matter of fact that more people the most people most people in nineteen eighteen died from bacterial pneumonia not from the actual respiratory illness. The flu they were dealing with that is what he wrote. Now the debunked part is about. He found she didn't mention masks anywhere. That's actually what it says. Anywhere fao co. authored made no link to mask wearing so just by proving that vouching never made the link between one thousand nine hundred and bacterial. Pneumonia and masks. Doesn't no way debunk. That pneumonia can be caused by a mask. But that's what the headline says and you'll notice. I'm not gonna waste the time. Feel free to read through this. I'm gonna show you what seven other examples do in the exact same thing. Pneumonias not caused by wearing masks because he never made that reference an article from two thousand eight. That makes a lot of sense. But this is your mainstream journals for you now. I had to keep this on this page because this ridiculous mainstream article free speaks out the moment you start playing it and just like that and it won't stop playing but here's the point this is. Abc saying verify no out. She didn't blame mass on one thousand nine hundred manage flu now. That's actually the way you would frame that. Like as a headline like at the very least they're not saying even though they're kind of doing the same thing on the article that bacterial pneumonia can't because my masks with the reason i'm showing you. This one is to read what they say here. Just to confirm this for you. So they're asking clearly did dr algae say that a mask during the that siri that two thousand excuse me. Nineteen eighteen flu caused it. They said no. These viral claims take a new nugget of a few nuggets of truth from the study and spins them into a false narrative about masks. Now this is what they do. So there's somebody just like me out there that saying. Hey look at this. Dr fauci wrote in an article that there was more pneumonia and of in one thousand nine hundred and then the thing they were dealing with. Is it possible that caused by masks and somebody picks that up and shares it and gets you know the there you'll actually see. There's one there. Referencing got almost five hundred shares. Like whoa sure went viral. Not at all right. The point is that's a small post in regard to the bigger sense of things and they misrepresented it and said caused by masks. That doesn't mean that the conversation at general was doing that. But that's how they frame it so they can dismiss anybody like me who's being objective and actually looking at the facts. But it says dr fauci yes did call right the paper about bacterial pneumonia during the nineteen eighteen flu..
How a risky bet on experimental biotechnology led to New York-based Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
"Quickly scientists were able to come up with a covert vaccine. CBS's 60 Minutes, dedicated the segment last night to dive deeper into how a risky bet on experimental bio technology led to the vaccine. Correspondent Bill Whitaker spoke with visors, head of vaccine research and development. This is a worldwide pandemic, the worst in Century vaccine with this technology had never gone to market before. That's a big bet you made that this would work. Yeah, I didn't see it just much, maybe as a bet. Because we're scientists. That's what we do for a living every day. We discover new things. Everything is new. Catherine Jensen is head of vaccine research and development for Fizer, based in New York. It's one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Jansen, who developed an interest in science as a child in Germany. Grew up to develop vaccines for pneumonia and the HPV virus. When you were starting off on this mission, New York was On fire. With this virus. Yeah, we were living in the hot zone in New York, and we saw firsthand What was happening. The most chilling thing for me Woz when we walked our dog, and you see one refrigerated truck after the other. Appearing in the parking lots in front of the hospital's refrigerator. Truck morgues marks right, that was absolutely Fueling The desire to come up with the vaccine, No matter what it takes. This was kind of personal. I took this very personally, I wanted to find that beat it. Fight it up. Nothing else mattered. Advisers. Vaccine will be distributed in New York nursing homes starting later today.
It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China
"It's been just about a year since the first symptomatic cases of a new coronavirus were reported in Wuhan, China. Viral pneumonia has hit central China's Fu Han city authorities have reported 27 cases in total, seven of which are critical. More than 35 million people in China are now on a travel lockdown. More than 800 have been sickened and 26 have died. As the virus spread like wildfire in Europe, we turned to one of the world's leading infectious disease specialists. My name's Larry. Brilliant. I'm an epidemiologist. Dr. Larry Brilliant, is CEO of Pan defense. He's best known for playing a key role in eradicating smallpox, a scourge of humanity for centuries. He previously led the school foundation's global threats fund. Was founding director of Google dot org's and he was scientific advisor for the 2011 film contagion back in March, right before the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic. This is how he assessed the situation. Very this is going to be a bumpy road. This is going to change the world for the next 12 to 18 months. They'll be outbreaks in States and countries they'll be cleared up the return again sees now they will play a small role in it. Travel and accidents replace small role in it. The case fatality rate will go up or down, not because it really changes or the virus changes. Based on how rapidly we find light cases or how rapidly we report deaths, But you have to realize that this is a novel coronavirus. And that there's nearly eight billion of us on the planet. None of us have immunity, except for a small handful. This disease is not going to go away by itself. We don't have an antiviral. We will not have a vaccine for 12 to 18 months. We're in for we're in for a tough time. But it is not A mass
California's hospitals filling up as virus cases skyrocket
"New numbers are out for L. A county, which is reporting more than 9200 new infections, along with 69 additional deaths. Total infections are now more than 475,000 L. A county's adjusted ICU capacity is 9%. California's reporting nearly 31,000 new cases in 196 deaths in the last 24 hours. The state today added the Greater Sacramento region to the state's most restrictive coronavirus order. Because capacity in hospital intensive care units has fallen below 15% and hospitals across southern California have plans for when they're ICU beds are full. Convert other rooms into additional ICU space and can hold people in the emergency department for a while until an ICU bed opens up. Dr. Jim Keeney is the associate director of the emergency department at Mission Hospital in Mission Vallejo, he tells can next. The ICU situation is worse right now than a regular flu season at this time on a capacity basis and on a severity of illness basis because You know, being on a ventilator for Cove. It is a bad sign. It's usually a sign that things air not going well. So you know, it's not like when we get a young, healthy person with pneumonia. We put him on a ventilator, and they They are expected to recover.
Pizza Hut co-founder dies from pneumonia
"Died. Carney and his older brother borrowed $600 from their mother. You open a beer and pizza restaurant in Kansas in 1958, and they've later franchise. The first Pizza Hut in Topeka, Carney brothers, So Pizza Hut in 1977 for $310 million Carney died from pneumonia yesterday at the age of 82. I'm Steve Christiana Jun
Pizza Hut co-founder dies from pneumonia after beating COVID-19
"Co founder and which it's all native Frank Kearney has died at the age of 82, along with his brother, Dan. They built the Pizza Hut brand from a modest Wichita restaurant. Into a worldwide chain. Frank Kearney also served as president of the Wichita Chamber of Commerce and the International Franchise Association and talk business at Wichita State. Frank Carney died early today following a long battle with Alzheimer's. Information about a funeral or memorial service has not yet been made available. Today on
Who Was Dr. Fata
"Patty hester is a petite woman with straight blond hair and blue eyes. She's lived in clarkston michigan a suburb of detroit. Nearly her entire life and she's a fitness junkie. My father was a jackie. I'm very healthy and live to be eighty four so i i'd always been into fitness and health. We ran racism. Road bikes like mile. Trips and i played softball. I played hockey in two thousand nine. Patty was working as an emergency room technician. She monitored patient's vitals the thing she saw the er were enough to keep her motivated to take care of ourselves but then something happened to her. That inspired her to become a fitness instructor. Her mom was in a car accident and because she had a congestive heart failure. My mom was in a coma for from january. Fifth until june ninth. Patty and her family were very close almost daily. She stayed at her mother's bedside praying. She would recover. I looked at my mom and him. I was so tired of sickness that it was like and wanted something. That was life giving a new then beyond anything that i had to pursue That is where my drive really kicked to become a trainer. Because i just could not bear the thought of someone being long-term l. i. us sick and i don't want that for myself either. So at age fifty five. Patty began studying to become a fitness instructor a few months into her studies. Patty got pneumonia. Her doctor did some blood work. And a few of the tests were concerning she suggested that patty see hematologist a physician who specializes in blood conditions. The haematologist petty really wanted to see out of the country so she did some research and found one who looked pretty promising. My internal medicine doctors that you know. Hey i set my mom to him. He's world renowned dot. They're freed fighter. Sloan kettering graduate your choice patty but i would go to him if her thirty years. Working in healthcare had taught her anything. It was to be extra sure that this doctor farid fata was legit. She read all the reviews. She could find. She asked around about him at the hospital she worked at. She called it bernice. Who's an internal medicine doctor in saint louis who said she'd heard good things. There is nothing nothing to ever question that this person was anything. But like oh wow. You're lucky to get into see this person. So in late february two thousand ten. Patty went to see dr fata at his practice. Michigan hematology oncology. She arrived late in the afternoon and almost every seat in the waiting room was full. She took a seat and began filling out her paperwork. A big screen. Tv in the waiting area played an ad for dr fatah's charity swan for life. This video about the story of this patience has an making this wooden swan in holding up and telling the story how you know his patient who who had passed away. Her husband carved this for him. It the whole thing wrapped around donating money but it played over and over again when you're waiting for an appointment. How long can you watch this. After half an hour patty got up and approached the woman at the front desk. I said. can you please change. A channel in the employees all spoke in a whisper. I really didn't understand that one either. Because i worked in the medical field and you whisper of confidential. But she said no. I can't i can't change the channel confused. Patty turned to go back to her seat after a forty five minute wait. Chief finally got into an exam room. an in his room. There's the Top tack framed pictures of him. Now top dak sway talked. It was another half hour. Wait before. Dr fata appeared. He entered the room in a white lab coat over a shirt and tie he was short. Have very round face. He introduced himself. He was very very soft. Spoken almost to the fat that it was a whisper. He was reaching out. His hand turned to be very personable and would lean in. And hey you know while patricia. You're in the right place. Patty wasn't sure what to expect but she didn't wanna miss anything in case he did have surprising news for her. She came prepared really prepared. In fact i had a little Recording device in my pocket. And i told him i said i'm recording our conversation in case i don't catch it all. So could you speak up. And he said oh. You don't need that you know i'll give you all your lab results and you'll get all this stuff and i just liked to do that. He
'Gimme Some Lovin' rock star Spencer Davis dead at 81
"Guitar Spencer Davis of the Spencer Davis group has died while being treated for pneumonia according to his agent Davis was eighty one I marquees are letter with a look at his career before Spencer Davis ever had a band with his own name that featured Stephen **** Winwood he played in bands with bill Wyman's leader of the rolling stones and Christine perfect leader Christy McGee of Fleetwood Mac the Spencer Davis group had hits in the US with Gimme some Lovin and I'm a man Davis later work for artist development for Island Records he toured in his later years with original Spencer Davis group drummer Pete York
CDC Reclassifies Covid-19 Deaths To Being Murdered By Barack Obama
"Is Long's her past two hundred thousand and could continue to grow throughout the fall and winter but according to the White House outside medical complications like the flu and pneumonia could be contributing to the high number of deaths. In fact, just today the Center for Disease Control released a new directive to reclassify most coronavirus fatalities as being personally murdered by our nation's 44th President Barack Obama for more. We're joined by oprs hacking cough correspondent Rebecca Neale, and I thought Close enough now that it's okay if I call her Becks so welcome backs. Rebecca is fine. Leslie fair enough. So over 200,000 dead. It sounds like the former president went on quite The Killing Spree. That's true Leslie according to the White House and the CDC complications from covid-19 aren't necessarily fatal unless they're working in consort with our nation's first black president for instance a patient suffering respiratory faglier will no longer be considered coronavirus casualty, but rather a strangulation by Obama, here's
Trump arrives in Miami for fundraiser, town hall; VP attends 2 events
"Where the similarities ended. President Trump took questions tonight in Miami is NBC hosted his town hall, while Joe Biden was in Pennsylvania at a town hall on ABC. Is correspondent Chuck Sivertsen tells us the moods and tone were differently. Town Hall events in Miami President Trump first questioned by NBC's Savannah Guthrie about when he first tested positive for covert. Did you tell her? I don't know. I don't even remember. I tested all the time. The president says he does not get tested daily. Did he have pneumonia? And I just all I know is I felt good The following day, I felt really good. Did the doctors ever tell you that they saw pneumonia on your lungs? But they said the lungs, Irv, you know a little bit different a little bit, Perhaps. On ABC Democratic challenger Joe Biden Question by voters in Philadelphia on Cove. It is the presidential responsibility to lead And he didn't do that. He didn't talk about what needed to be done because he kept worrying, in my view about the stock more taxes. Trump Tax cuts about 1.3 trillion Of the $2 Trillion in his tax cuts went to the top 1/10 of 1%. That's what I'm talking about Eliminating not all the tax cuts. The candidates talked about the Supreme Court, the economy and race relations, among other topics. Meanwhile, Pamela Harris has tested negative for covert 19
Quarantining with Benzos
"Prescriptions Rose 35% during the early days of covid-19 particularly in women people are also getting benzos outside of the doctor's office this month doctors Islam and children discuss the emerging Trend in a commentary and click Psychiatry news. They are concerned that people will obtain benzos over the internet and that this casual use May raise the risk of Overdose deaths, although the media attention is focused on the opioid crisis. It is important understand that the majority of opioid-related fatalities involve benzodiazepines in the mix both drugs suppress breathing, but they do so in different ways such that the two together is much more dangerous than either alone throw in alcohol and the chance of fatal respiratory. Suppression is even higher If you're prescribing benzos to patients who also take opioids check out our September 2018 Edition which has a chart that will help you figure out whether the benzo is safe or not. And which both of those have the lowest overdose risk. Should you decide to continue the benzodiazepine? I think you'll find this chart helpful and documenting your risk-benefit analysis. Also check out the May 2020 issue of the car lot addiction report which has a good interview on benzos and opioids with Ken Morford from Yale and while complete respiratory suppression is a Federal Reserve or have benzo and opioid toxicity. We also need to pay attention to the partial respiratory suppression that occurs with every day benzodiazepine use when the lungs slow down infections find it easier to gain entrance. Benzos increase the risk of pneumonia by 25% according to a 2019 meta-analysis of ten studies involving a hundred and twenty thousand cases of gnome so patients who are taking benzos because they're worried about getting an infection may want to think twice about that
The COVID VIP treatment
"All right. So what happened in the last week that was newsworthy okay. Something about someone came down with something someone or someone's the president called covert nineteen and was basically a super spreader event at the White House and ton of the people in his orbit also came down with covered nineteen. I think it was one, thousand, nine, hundred, Steve Count messed I heard. Wow, ironical. So it highlights the fact that this pandemic it's still ongoing it's very infectious agent. You have to be extremely careful one of the things that came out of this though. So again, we're not trying to pick on trump, but this is something we have to talk about. There was a lot of confusion surrounding pretty much everything to do with with the president's infection. He went to Walter Reed Hospital which which is a military hospital and it's where the president would go when he gets sick and. The care that he received there was was odd it's not how would a regular person would have been treated that way there is something by the way if I could back up for a second in medicine, we do refer to recall VIP medicine where if you have a very high profile VIP patient, sometimes they get special treatment but the thing is it's usually not better than standard care. It sort of VIP care can often be worse because any. That biases, the decision making if you think about it, the clinical decision making should already be optimized to risk versus benefit and all that stuff. And anything that biases that is going to deviate from optimal it could only be good. That's the only. Time where where it's better medicine is obviously in the superficialities Tad. Service when a a Saudi prince, a literal Saudi prince basically bought the entire floor of the hospital. For him to stay yes. You get that kind of treatment but the actual medical care unless like you can't pay for things well, and that's the real problem in our country. Right? Is that some people are getting not optimal care simply because they can't afford not optimal care right and actually. To be honest with you if you're sick, you know most people are getting the care that they need enshrining for to the. Hospital just does it and worries about getting paid for it later to be honest with you and they are sort of baking into the whole system taking a loss. But regardless of how you feel about trump like he is the president, which means he needs to be well as soon as possible. Be Getting. The best care should. Carry that we can deliver. But where the VIP care deviates from optimal is when they do things like give experimental treatments you know. I think drugs that usually only give people when they're. Right he got he got one experimental treatment, a monoclonal antibody. He received the rent. Vir, which is pretty standard but again usually. Given in severe cases, but the the real the real curious thing was that he was given steroids and steroids are usually reserved for people in the later stages the people who have the WHO get the immune reaction after the first week or so that sick when they're immune reaction like a really negative immune reaction kicks in then we give them steroids to sort of tamp that down you don't necessarily want to give them initially because they the steroids suppress the immune system, right might suppress your ability to fight off the virus earlier. So there's no prophylactic kind of benefit to. Perhaps he was sicker than they let us. Yeah. So there's a mismatch between what we're being told about how was and what we were being told about what he was getting and I tell you I'll say when I become a super VIP and I go to the hospital and by a floor whatever I do I will say give me the standard of care but add on demand. Foot massages. Treat. Strategy that's your VIP tree. That's fine. But he got steroids and so pretty evasion oxygen. Actually Multiple Times Oxygen Standard Your. Drop you're right but but that's what I'm saying like maybe he was sicker than we thought because within the first lake apparently, he got oxygen while he was still at the White House before they decided to bring him in and then the doctor was really cagey about whether or not he was still needing oxygen supplementation. You correct we're kind of talking about two different things. So you're correct in that there's a mismatch between the different things that we're being told. When did he contract it? When did he know? Was He? When did it become symptomatic? How sick was he did he require oxygen? Did he have pneumonia the his doctors being cagey about all of these things but we did learn that he did on two occasions. Occasions was temporarily given supplemental oxygen because Oh two's rations dropped, which means there was some pulmonary involvement but the steroids is a different issue I. Don't think that's a manifestation of him being sicker than we were told because he would not be out of the hospital now if that were the case. That's a manifestation I. think of them throwing everything at him to get him better as quickly as possible even if it's not necessarily the best thing. It could backfire sicker. Yeah. I I don't know what's going on behind closed doors but. Wouldn't give that at this stage of the illness and I've read multiple articles of of of covert nineteen treating doctor saying just doesn't make any sense this. There's no scenario where he should be getting steroids at
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Look we're talking a very high reality. To typically significantly higher the you're more likely to catch an illness with the cloth masks on because of moisture retention, use of mass and poor filtration, and it says as a precautionary measure, cloth masks should not be recommended for healthcare workers particularly in risk situations. Now realize that we're talking about in medical circumstances and then we're broadening that out to just regular people who tied on put on the car like they're talking about. This is exactly what we should be listening to. Doesn't mean what the blind listen you know blindly take it as the truth, but we should be listening to what this is saying and we're simply not that's why I find this to be. So outrageous this is in June even by the way I'm only seeing this pneumonia discussion come up more recently, but it looks like it was coming up somewhere from a post that they just immediately shoved back down realized this is a study from two thousand, fifteen that they all are aware of. Right. So here's their answer. Claim wearing face masks can cause fungal and bacterial pneumonia. There saying that's false. Because why there's no evidence that normal use of face mask and cause fungal or bacterial infections, and that is their caveat, and that's how the always play this. Because, what they're gonNa say if you ever get called out for it well, Normal Romo use right we we were wearing improperly or not using it a replacing and every thirty seconds. That's not normal. Okay. Well, that's what happens when you allow people broadly to use these things without any real direction or any real understanding of how they're actually meant to be used. But sure hold onto that normal use county because that's the only thing you have. Saying there's no evidence that facemask caused that they know that's not true. That's why they included normal use. Says excessive use of facemask causes fungal and bacterial pneumonia wrote a conservative busy running. Oh and this was the post they're talking about..
Stephen Miller becomes the latest White House aide to test positive for COVID-19
"Adviser Stephen Miller has tested positive for covert 19 Miller, the latest member of President Trump's inner circle to test positive here. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracey as crews in has mad suits disinfect parts of the White House. A Corona virus outbreak in the president's inner circle grows the virus now infecting his top staffers, communications AIDS and now reportedly one of his military aides. I don't want to go backwards. The president's doctors, who have not briefed reporters since the president left the hospital, sending out this four sentence update after meeting with him, saying his vital signs are stable and that the president reported he has no symptoms. And now I'm better and maybe I'm immune. I don't know. The president is acting as if he's fully recovered, wanting to return to the Oval Office and the campaign trail, even though he still believed to be contagious and UN powerful medications, including the steroid decks and Method zone. Doctors say a patient's energy level can dramatically crash once treatment ends. President Trump's doctors have also not release the results of his chest X rays, which would reveal if he has lung damage or pneumonia. Then Tracy
"pneumonia" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"With pneumonia and the official cause of death was congestive heart failure but there are some who believe James Brown was murdered so now the district attorney in Atlanta's considering an official investigation to put those rumors to rest Paul Howard met with a woman earlier this week to discuss her suspicions the godfather of soul did not die of natural causes we got a bin full of materials from the woman he will review them before determining if the case warrants a full scale investigation Samantha Myers and her family want to celebrate her birthday of the Komodo steak house in Paragould Arkansas the chef thought he'd do something special for her so he drew a heart on the grill with flammable liquid which he then ignited setting himself and Samantha on fire she suffered second degree burns on her neck and chest her eyelashes and eyebrows were burned in her hair was singed Samantha who just turned twenty six as nobody from the restaurant helped her although they did not charge you for the meal now she has an infection on arrived late she says she's hurting pretty badly and yes of course she is going to serve breezy quite cold for the rest of the day will of sun temperatures winding up around twenty seven and real feels will be in the teens that's where they are now the real feel fourteen it's thirty one we're going down to twenty seven wins news time eight nineteen hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dillon Mr what's needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe altura we would look through lots of applications for people who are not.
"pneumonia" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"During the fight against the corona virus pneumonia epidemic and an all out effort saving failed they said from the Wuhan city central hospital he's thirty four expecting a second child and a wife and was leading you know fairly anonymous lifestyle as an obscure ophthalmologist China out of late you've probably seen the stories Adam they stepped up their censorship after more online criticism about what they haven't been doing someone verify picture what appears to be government dative indicated that hundreds of hospital workers have also been infected than the typical person the median age of patients is between forty nine and fifty six when the times wrote about this guy last month Dr Lee told the times if the official said disclose information about the epidemic earlier I think it would have a lot better there should be more openness and transparency about what is taking place one of his quotes the last time he was quoted after recover us to want to return to the front line the epidemic is still spreading and I don't want to be desired what a sad situation that is then another story on this Adam points out the extreme measures they are going to in Wuhan the vice premier visited Wuhan yesterday they are now suggesting that every single place where someone is living that they should be taking their temperature and seen how they're feeling again one is eleven million when you count the other areas under this quarantine in the province you're talking about fifty million people doctor Carter anyone explain to me how we're going to get to fifty million people and how we are going to check on all of them and see other health this or the burden I didn't get that didn't you say they're they're asked to check on themselves just to take their own temperatures they would like to have people calm all shack on them there were two years I would think it Dan how is that possible well it's not and it's you know it it's clearly not possible that will stop the Chinese government from saying that that's what they're going to defer who the Chinese government's communications and all of this has been fraught with misinformation and lies in trying to you know shut down information and so it doesn't surprise me a bit they say something like this is just clearly just ridiculous yeah I mean yet you you would have no faith no nor should get it in what's going on the president I see said the day after split conversation with present G. that you think is going to get better now that the weather's getting warmer what in the hell is he talking about again it's going to get better when the weather gets better arm I think we might it might need to reach out to doctor foster home again for Monday on this how confident do you feel about what might be coming our way card I mean we have the news about Madison we've had some false warnings in the state on we have people Americans or stock in these groups we we have different reports of different cities we obviously have this feeling at times when there is something that's taken place with the necks in in infectious outbreak where some people say individuals are being alarmist well six hundred forty people have died thirty one thousand in China have been infected fifty million people are facing the quarantine various limitations set up about who can come here can come back here what what what's your concern level right now I had to be honest with the odd not terribly concerned right now just based on what I've heard from local health officials and even national health officials I mean the flu is killed by how many people in the in the U. S. so far this year tens of thousands and so not terribly concerned about a right now and I mean I'm not either I I'm we certainly there either but even from the start I thought wow I mean they're stopping travel out of this eleven million population city I mean that's but also I'm wondering okay you know how does China react to this as opposed to the United States something similar would happen here yeah Dan I mean we've got a story dare that we both saw now where are on on Facebook another Malese anti backs are groups more convincing him our parents that they shouldn't treat their child who is facing the flow is just evil the mom went along with it and the child died right child the anti vaccine group your cruel your information is not backed by science they should be persecuted you're taking advantage of gullible individuals and you're killing kids and you're you're literally complicit in the death in this case of a four year old what is right and flew in this I have dealt with some variation the flu twice in seven weeks I I've never face up my entire life before and I believe in the flu shot and I'll get the flu shot again okay it's just been a weird year for me and I'm right and then there's the flows right out it's just the sometimes the shots more effective than in some years in another years out part of the science of it works I'm just more astounded by what is taking place yes how how sad it is and also how Chinese citizens just can't trust the government right am absolutely they can I saw Dr Gupta on on CNN this morning and and he described it in a way that I thought was was helpful in terms of trying to keep people from getting too panicky about it that he laid out a a graph of the next a Y. access and one of the axes was was how easily this virus propagates from person to person the other one was how leaflet was and had a kind of in the cult quadrants and from what they know and he was very very clear that they don't know everything about this virus yet and it's a newer virus and and they're still trying to work on it but from at all the anecdotal evidence that they have so far it appears to be on the lower end of both of those scales that is not easily transmitted from person to person and it's not as lethal as something like say the sars virus was so I'm trying not to get too panicky about it yep you know we I jokingly when we have our morning emails can we panic yet you know when I we were did not these stories because I've been appoints run kinda like okay as is the big one doctor also Holmes talked about it many many times over the years that you know that there's a pandemic on the horizon at some point it is just is this yet so I I'm not panic yet but you can get there pretty quick some lighter items we come back and also Aaron Blake on the scenario where Mike Bloomberg is facing Donald Trump our conversation Erin is less than twenty minutes away add Hartman.
"pneumonia" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)
"This podcast is supported by an educational grant by Bausch health made available through the CD a corporate support program and welcome back Jason Author Interviews. I'm Kirk Bar. Where the Editor in Chief of the journal Cutaneous Medicine and surgery and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Calgary agree today? I'm going to be speaking with. Dr Michel remained a colleague of mine here at the university and the author of an article that I selected for seamy credit from the November December Twenty Nineteen Nineteen Edition of the Journal. Dr Means article the entitled. The treatment of mycoplasma pneumonia induced rash bositis cyclist born is available for a free for the next three weeks through the JC MS website. I'm very happy that Dr remain has been able to join us today. She's an associate professor dermatology and community. Eighty pediatrics here. At the University of Calgary She's also the vice chair of the Camp Liberty Society so Show welcome back to Jay podcasts. Cast appreciate your taking the time to be with us today and help us understand and bring to life the article that you published in the JC mess called the treatment of mycoplasma pneumonia induced rash and mucus with Cyclosporin. Look you now a relatively new entity I mean this was it kind of looked at it and I remember in my emergency room practices seeing these people and Breezy working working them up for us and treating them for jazz and wondering why. It's all the mouth and genital mucosal involvement and not so much skin. So what have you learned from two thousand fifteen four with these three cases you present to us while the key thing I think I've learned over the last four or five years as how typically these cases present it's usually a child or young or an adolescent who comes in with this you are ti or lower or respiratory tract infection approach room. So they really do. They usually have a cough. They usually have been a bit unwell. There's kind of a history. They definitely sound like there's some kind of either viral or early bacterial illness going on and then to once that program is established. They start to develop sores. Initially it tends to affect the oral Mikasa so generally what you'll see. Is that clinical picture of a a child who has really severe hemorrhagic crusted mucus affecting the lips and then they'll have engine started have injected conjunctiva. They might have in retail involvement. I think no involvement is a little bit less common but Typically multi multi site mucus lettuce. And then the striking thing when when you look at these patients because you see how bad the sizes is that. They really don't have a lot of skin lesions. The mucus is drastically out of proportion to the skin. Lesions so I think I think that's that's the thing that has been just reinforce reinforced again and again with these patients is that they have this. Typical I guess morphology of a very very severe Yuka Seitis And out of proportion to their skin lesions which tend to be are there. Bullets Sore macular era thema. They typically don't have the classical targets of earthy multiform so pro drome COUPLA apple days. I noticed in case one of three him. Although this and recognizing this was her second episode of this she had a ten day program but most is two to three days that be fair until better after about a week a week most cases and of course by the time in your seeing them they already have the mucus is I would assume yes. Usually when when we see them they do right. So in in in the original description of Stevens Johnson Syndrome. It was a mucosal disease. Do you think they misdiagnosed it in the very beginning. Yes while if you look back to that original paper the Stevenson Johnson paper. I think it's from nineteen twenty two with those two cases both of awesome had a respiratory program and one of them completely recovered and the other one of them were covered very well. The second one I think was in a non tertiary care center initially and was transferred centrally later on his disease and he ended up with complications from his ocular involvement. He was left blind but otherwise recovered. Really well too you so they they sound like They could have beaten firm patients and I think over over time. It has the distinction in between S J S Moore has has become increasingly fuzzy as we look back retrospectively. It's it's it's really hard to it can be hard to separate out those patients but there's a there's a kind of obscure study in a Japanese study I think was Published in a journal called Allergan in two thousand eleven. The Neal Sheer pointed out to me at some point and it was an SDS study and they actually actually looked at SDS cases that were produced. That were felt in. Finally I guess that were attributed to drug versus SAS that was attributed to infection and they found that in the ones that were tribute to drug there is a lot more hepatitis. Though ones are attributed to infection there was a lot more respiratory referee program respiratory illness associated. So I think it's beaten. It exists in the literature. We just have to look at it with the right lens to pick out those distinctions. So Murmur is the new pneumonic my R. M. for mycoplasma. PNEUMONIA INDUCED RASHA MUCUS itis. And is it become pretty well. Well recognized throughout the pediatric dermatology world. Now as Moore. Yes I think is a recognizable entity to or an accepted entity too many. DPI trich dermatologist. One thing we've been talking about as part in our pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance group is Including other respiratory Tori pathogens as potential triggers than using terminology that would be more inclusive and the terminology that we proposed is rhyme so it's reactive infectious Eruption it's a kind of a project that we've been working on to improve how these patients are classified. Because I think sometimes times in patients that look like classical berm where we don't ultimately proved that there was a mycoplasma. Mycoplasma was present with the available tests. Them people might conclude that this is not actually berm but in fact there's probably a number of different respiratory pathogens that can trigger it as similar malir clinical picture and we don't have the test available to pick those up yet. Okay so let me learn this new MNEMONIC respond Tori induced reactive active infectious reactive infectious. Fox's you cutaneous eruption so it's bribe. It's easier there are other publications that have proposed the terminology firm okay so reactive infectious music. Continuous eruption yes. Okay and we don't know if you you know yes there is a publication on Verma. Ri R. M. I think it's respiratory in respiratory infection induced ration mucus itis and that was that was terms propose based on a patient who in cliff island ammonia was identified so rhyme or murmur Whatever we're talking about amongst each other to eleven o'clock at night you have this child in front of you? Typical presentation tation. Morphology your well-versed on treatment. Now give me some clues as to what we're going to start these kids on how we're going to manage them and so forth. Yeah so I think We've generally the diagnosis can can be established clinically if you can establish that a history of respiratory symptoms usually with the have a fever. Some cough possibly some shortness of breath. If they've actually got pneumonia and onic on examination. You might actually find some findings of pneumonia or the pediatricians that had are examining the patient may find those said symptoms if you are or those signs if you are a part of an on call service The chest X ray can be helpful as well sometimes. There were signs of pneumonia by the negative chest. X Ray doesn't rule out MYCOPLASMA and then we can do. There are some tests that can be performed in virtually every center to who established to help establish the diagnosis. Although the those tasks won't be back until after the treatment is initiated and those would be things like a mycoplasma Michael Plasma PCR which is generally ordered on a nasal for NGOs swab. And it's part of a respiratory pathogen panel the mycoplasma serology can also be ordered in most centers tonight. Gm But if you can get an ID g then you can do convalescent serology which you can repeat a two to four weeks and look for tighter. Increased is to see if there is an active infection And those are really the two the two main tasks. PR's considered the gold standard for microcosm diagnosis and then treatment can be initiated cheated in these patients. If you're really sure based on that clinical picture of impressive mucus with limited skin lesions a respiratory program that preceded onset of of these Impressive mutatis lesions of with a treatment for presumed Michael.
"pneumonia" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW
"I know that's really long episode to talk about but. I'm pumped. Now. I gotta go stretch out work and eat with my team because tomorrow I started five day seminar, and it is the hardest training in the world for any single trainer to deliver. And that's not my opinion, lots of folks and high level trainers in our industry know that because it's me from nine AM to seven PM at night and to give you idea this is the fourth at least four days seminar. I've done in the last six weeks in the middle of that I got pneumonia. And I that's why some of you like, why aren't you live or? Where'd you do you kind of disappeared on social media for while? I was really sick and it sucked, and I got pneumonia and tonsilitis at the same time in at the middle in in at when I was of forty event in which I was teaching and it was brutal. And I wouldn't wish upon anyone and I share that. Because one of the questions I got. On my last Instagram live. I don't know. But I'm doing Instagram lives pretty much daily. Now, somebody asked me like how did you get through all that? And I was like well a lot of rest a ton of water and supplements and be high-performance planner. I know it sounds silly. But I get overwhelmed when I'm sick. I get overwhelmed and stressed out when I got too much going on. And I was on the road pretty much ninety percent last six weeks. And I'm telling you what if I don't have my planner. I get so distracted and confused. It's just real for me that that I'm not just sharing this to pitch it to you. I'm sharing because I don't know what I would do this out this frigging things I've gotten so dictated to it in such a positive way. Because just like, you think about how many projects and ideas and dreams you have. And how hard it is to organize all those and think about how often you work so hard, and you do get sick or you don't take care of this part of your. Life or your health is good your missions good, but your family's lagging or your health is good your missions, good families. Good. But you're lacking a sense of adventure or learning or growth displeasure keeps you on track and fully accountable in all areas of your life, which is important when you're really stressed to really challenge to that's kind of my personal just plea for you to get it. Because if it helped me through these last six weeks, including time in which I was architect ING the launch of the sucker. I'm telling you what it's going to really serve you. So make sure you get that. Thank you so much for being here. Make sure you go review rate comment on the Brennan show right now because those who do between now and Christmas are going in the big bag. They're going to get a awesome gift shipped and sent to me that I've never sent anybody else before as my thanks for listening to the R E N D O N show. Thanks, everybody..
"pneumonia" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Van hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one shy want to the palme knowledged this morning good guy he says while i'm going to tell you something it's a walk you'd pneumonia pneumonia yes you're left along the lower lobe and so that's the story but we press ahead china like i'm break rocks mina a microphone what if i'm a little shorter breath coughing here and there i hope you'll bear with me i think one of the greatest dangers to this country quite frankly his the media the media we can't get the truth to our fellow citizens the media decides what the focus on it it decides what to ignore very few stories are very sporadic on the sheriffs messori in texas and florida who are actually doing what i believe needs to be done to protect our students in our schools as best as a human being can and that is putting trained armed individuals in these school president wants to outlaw the bumps duck find spy like i'm all worked up about it but they'll have no consequence just walk his we talked about at the time these bumps stocks can be handmade they can alum all i want fairly the varies in make so some people will be happy i keep hearing liberals call up and say you don't need thirty rounds you don't need ten rounds you don't need fifteen rounds and as i've said over the years has been repeated by others without footnotes of course it's the bill of rights it's not the bill of needs it's the bill of rights it's not the bill of neat and leave solutions that washington comes up with other and he's other folks chester pathetic absolutely pathetic how many people lost their lives last year and in automobile excellent thirty seven thousand now killings last year and by the way not all with guns and not all by strangers quite the contrary big chunk without guns in a big chunk by husbands wives family members and so forth there were seventeen thousand two hundred fifty reported in 2016 so i don't get me wrong for thirty seven thousand people died in their cars and part of the reason so many people dying car accident there a lottery but certainly part of it is physics the epa the executive branch with.
"pneumonia" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"With our leader love hello everybody mark levin here our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one so i went to the pulmonary logist this morning good guy he says well i gotta tell you something it's a what he had pneumonia pneumonia yes you are left along the lower lobe and so that's the story but we press ahead so i like i'm break in rocks mina microphone widow if i'm a little shorter breath coughing here in there i hope you'll bear with me i think one of the greatest dangers to this country quite frankly is the media the media we can't get the truth to our fellow citizens the media decides what the focus on it it decides what to ignore very few stories the very sporadic on these sheriffs messori in texas and florida who are actually doing what i believe needs to be done to protect our students in our schools as best as a human being can and that is putting trained armed individuals in these school president wants to al all the bumps stuck find my like i'm all worked up about it but they'll have no consequence just won't and as we talked about at the time these bumps stocks can be handmade they can all i want fairly the varies it make so some people will be happy i keep hearing liberals call up and say you don't need thirty rounds you don't need ten rounds you don't need fifteen rounds and as i've said over the years has been repeated by others without footnotes of course it's the bill of rights it's not the bill of needs it's the bill of rights it's not the bill of neat and the solutions that washington comes up with other and he's other host gesture pathetic absolutely pathetic now many people lost their lives last year in automobile excellent thirty seven thousand now killings last year and by the way not all with guns and not all by strangers quite the contrary big chunk without guns and a big chunk by husbands wives family members and so forth there were seventeen thousand two hundred and fifty reported in 2016 salat don't get me wrong a thirty seven thousand people died in their cars and part of the reason so many people die in car accident drizzle lotteries but certainly part of it is physics the epa the executive branch with.
"pneumonia" Discussed on The Takeout
"Tim on numerous occasions i didn't deliver fifty primary wins we delivered thirty eight was the expectation to high i don't know but that's what he expects demands and deserves he deserves perfection fellow pilot garbage on i mean look when when the microphone doesn't work at a venue any asked to say hey george don't pay for the mic that's not a failure of donald trump that's a failure of the staff and that should never have occurred and i literally had pneumonia i was what i mean let invasion faction which is part of life can't i said it doesn't mean you shouldn't be the best and work to be the best every day and i fell asleep about fifteen minutes on the plane i had pneumonia hadn't slept i was just emaciated i'd been down probably thirty pounds near the stress of a put presidential campaign let alone one that was such a campaign that was so focused on doing events and being on the go he just looked at nightfall falsely for fifteen minutes on the plane he looked back into corey if you can't take it will get somebody else and as a boy that's tough and you know what i understood it because i want the best in i push my staff to be the best because of what he taught me he expects it but he deserves it why is literally why does he deserved it he deserves it because he asked me to come on board and help him do what many believed to be an impossible task and unless we were perfect we weren't going to be successful and so i demanded from my staff that if we have a meeting at eight o'clock you don't you up at eight a one you show up at seven.
"pneumonia" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"The gulf by the way the gone by whom i know him and i wanna be your oh my god brits did you guys it up again whatever it up as guaranteed i'm in better but then it vegetable mondo die i wanna be in you oh my god thank you lau by you again of obama the pneumonia nothing is done by not enough but oman no w renew my got them britain you down lorde you again oh mm zia's cold from the swedes it because the always leniency number one hit music station.
"pneumonia" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Night yes inside do a therapy on her and i say oh yeah she's struggling to bring you then he was talking to me one time and he said you know i had pneumonia to when i was in my thirty and he said it nearly did me and i really thought i was going to die and uh so it is a very serious illness and then you can end up with horrible complication does does it sneak up on well the problem is you know even if you have the show what you did she had a i think a number of pneumonia shy it didn't protect her and the very sorry that it didn't and the nursing home didn't even know that she was ill with pneumonia they said on she doesn't have anything serious with nothing to worry about and then uh she told me a confidential as you said i i really think i'm gonna die she's a just why no good fun and i i just about life the longer yeah who would that's worth well it's f at time when you really gotta go after uh you know what you think is right and so i call it a friend of mine who worked on the hospital she listen the war on the phone and she said you gotta go to the emergency room like right now yeah yeah i said that tomorrow morning she said oh no i'm on i'm believing right now for the emergency room or you might not have a mom tomorrow so i said okay so i went down the hall found the nurse the did the vitals and said she's okay i know i don't think she's okay uh i think we better go to the er go anywhere you made the smart move i'll tell you uh if if you feel strongly about something you got to fight for your loved one because they can't now that's absolutely right we're going to take a quick break coming up.
"pneumonia" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Or two thranked also greg they should be fun i have in my a hand here according to google trends a list of america's most misspelled words broken down by all fifty states now give you a couple of hints here in georgia the most misspelled word and georgia is gray in alabama it's the word pneumonia any idea what the most misspelled word in the state of tennessee is the most misspelled word in the entire state of tennessee now let me say this in the state of georgia they say it's gray i think that's a little bit of a sort of a trick question because there's more than one way of spelling gray so that's my problem there alabama is pneumonia which can be a tricky word dispel especially if you've had a couple of drinks but in tennessee it's a it's a shorter word than the modia it's about it's a little bit longer than gray it doesn't have more than one spelling personally i think the word that is the most misspelled in tennessee is is an easy words oh but if you look at this list there's actually a loss of easy words that guess get misspelled you'll never imagined greg for example the most misspelled word in the state of mississippi do you know what it is nanny nanny and i'm thinking to myself how is that i i don't even know how it's pie constable to mispell the word nanny but that's what it is a chihuahua is the most misspelled word and a bunch of states including south carolina so that makes us at chihuahuas the difficult word dispel pneumonia can be tricky now the pla monja part of a you know grey again in georgia it's kind of like a trick question because as more than one way to spell at button any nanny is a pretty easy one at least to me anyway we'll get into the list of the most misspelled words and take our guests folks as to what you might think is the most misspelled word in the state of tennessee two six seven one oto three is.
"pneumonia" Discussed on KOMO
"To resign while the top stories at komonewscomfire the ones people looking at and while the northern lights yeah we had such a clear we can actually see them at all i didn't i wasn't i didn't know i was looking you tell me i didn't have the luck either renowned fed blamed i would have been looking lanes no yeah harry they were out in full force lots of great pictures of alary up there and they are we've really lotta talented photographers around there we say that all the time that his captured some amazing images so we have written gallery up okay google spellcheck ninetieth ninetieth annual scripts national spelling he's coming up so in honor of google has put out there list of what each state's most frequently google word on how to spell it any guesses as washington on this wali no no no not as an outright pneumonia is actually pneumonia pneumonia but was a bad year yeah well we're not alone michigan main and alabama also don't know how to thought and and you know well that's bad people in wisconsin the there're there there must looked at where it would have cheese knell italy cancer the the state yes all key well we have all comment there okay so check it out at komonewscomfire manda factor wednesday on the komo morning news those popular fidgets spinners invented locally demand taking credit for the hottest thing since bookie mungo join us at nine am stay connected stay informed this is komo news.
"pneumonia" Discussed on KFGO
"You know hitting any this game that's everybody it there i don't know from aren't got ever you know what now pneumonia he is that you saw some to do well well wait wait terrorists did all these years not all the muslims didn't go around killing people yeah savages margin in the oakland end in the nineteen evans lots of the call of the it's a different group still the remember the poll i'm just by roger kipling if you can keep your head won all about you are losing there's an blaming at on you if you can trust yourself when all man doubt you but make allowance for their doubting to if you can wait and not be tired of waiting or being lied to don't deal in lies are being hated don't give way to hating and yet don't look too good nor talk to wise then you'll be a man my son yeah i'm going the kid into his is most wouldn't kid and it is going to hit him didn't have been good beard it been i live there's not i wouldn't john but you've got a quick been part of to understand that person was really john his from him when he didn't vic their plan here okay if you're north you have them you're not going to do here that is let me my man this and premier concert and you can he was pneumonia richmond.