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Zimbabwe elephants died from bacterial disease, say experts

KYW 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Zimbabwe elephants died from bacterial disease, say experts

"Elephants in Zimbabwe or dying because of a bacterial disease. It's previously been reported in other parts of Africa as well as Asia. So far, it's killed 30 for elephants in Zimbabwe of the country's wildlife management bosses, many more still could die in the short term tests point to a disease known as hemorrhagic septicemia. That can kill in a few days to just hours.

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Feminist Literature

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:20 min | 3 months ago

Feminist Literature

"This week from me here getting the problem that has no name. Feminist literature. All right. If we were going to cover just like feminism assure general, we would be here. Forever I'm sure there's already a podcast that that covers that folks I'm sure. So we're not trying to reinvent the wheel here. No. Quick definition. Feminism is a range of social movements, political movements in ideologies that aim to define establish in achieve the political economic, personal and social equality of the sexes. Feminism incorporates the position that society's prioritize the male point of view and that women are treated unjustly within those societies Charles for Ya who is a utopian socialist in French philosopher. He's the one that's credited with having coined the word FEMA KNEES MMA in. Thirty seven. So, modern Western, feminist history is conventionally split into three time periods or waves. So you'll typically hear them referred to as that Each of them has slightly different aims based on the prior progress that was made during the wave before. I wave feminism is the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that was focused on overturning legal inequalities, particularly addressing issues of women's suffrage. Second wave feminism is the nineteen sixty s and nineteen eighties that broaden the debate to include cultural inequalities gender norms in the role of women in society, and then third wave feminism. The nineteen ninety s to the thousands that refers to the diverse strains of feminist activity. So third wavers are see this as a continuation of the second wave in also as a response to the perceived failures out of the way before it. So I guess we're right outside third wave right now I think we're moving into the fourth wave interesting, which can't be defined until after it's passed exactly exactly a you. Hey I know my history man you know what I'm talking about or woman. Watch out I should say I WANNA point out as part of that definition. feminism is not women are better than men no absolutely not and it's still maintains to this day. It's about Equality Ackley. So exactly that's all I wanted to point. For our listeners great segue. Lauren. So seminaries literature, it can be fiction or nonfiction or drama or poetry that supports the feminine schools of establishing, defining and defending equal civil, political, economic, and social rights for women. So we're GONNA. Cover. Ten important feminist. Pieces of. Very excited that everyone should know. Great and we'll go in chronological order for me So the first we're GONNA talk about is a vindication of the rights of woman with strictures on political and moral subjects by. One, craft from seventeen ninety two. So this is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy it was published in the United Kingdom Mary wollstonecraft responded to th century educational and political theorist who believe that women should not receive a rational education. It was believed at the time that women were too susceptible to sensibility and too fragile to be able to think clearly. So not able to be. The recipient of a rational education. Sure. Sure. Sure. So craft argued that women's education should match their position in society in that they are essential to the nation because they raise its children and could act as respected companions to their husbands then yeah So Wall Street, maintain that women are human beings deserving of the same fundamental rights as men and that treating them as ornaments or property for men undermines the moral foundations, a society which how about that you think You'd think that people any rational person would be like, yeah. That makes sense treat women as human beings. Sure. But the fact that there was such vitriol against this concept is like my to me but it was seventeen, ninety two that was like, yeah. Put it into writing and people are like. Dr. So her work had significant impact on advocates for women's rights in the nineteenth century particularly, the eighteen forty eight Seneca falls convention that produce the Declaration of sentiments which laid out the aims of the suffragette movement. In the United States Mary Wilson Craft her name might be familiar. She is the mother of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. And she actually died eleven days after giving birth to Mary wollstonecraft shelley. So Mary wollstonecraft was like she was this great feminist philosopher great writer, her husband was super. Supportive. And she died in childbirth which. was killed a lot of women. Yeah. Septicemia man because men who were only allowed to be doctors. Refuse to treat women because of all of their naughty bits, nobody washed their hands. Oh Yeah. Nobody we should really point out. Yes. No one wash their hands that probably cost a lot of issues too.

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"septicemia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"septicemia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Are starting to be a little bit more cautious with what's going on here what investigators first analyze facilities reporting outbreaks they found that this fungus could colonize mattresses beds chairs counter surfaces infusion pumps and window sills so what that means is this is a real hearty resilient sort of body and fun guy are a lot of phones are they have spores they have these outer walls have walls viruses of walls this is a really resilient and fun guy like water a light moisture some like heat so I would be more concerned of climate change with what I that would just be might in a concert he lot of people complain during the summer that they get you know jock itch they get rashes in the growing in under the breast during you know in certain fat folds well because the moisture moisture kind of you know promotes a fungal infection and so we will use the Wii U. S. Canada or Canada I had the look different on the skin will treat you with there's a fungal cream sometimes we do a little steroid because the itch so hospital disinfectant should actually knock out not only bacteria not only viruses the phone guy so the CDC is urgent care facilities me very diligent clean practices and to be more aware I know people freak out going on guys to perform this but where I get concerned is if you get this in the bloodstream you can get a septicemia septicemia sorted faxing goes into the bloodstream and then you can go into shock where the blood tries to protect the brain project hard takes away blood from certain organs and then you're going to organ failure are very easy to test there is a blood test where they could help there's there's a way to culture it and then in terms of what we could treat well we still have some that we can confide in fat or not all the way there so you know hospitals can be pretty dangerous places and a soul you know I'm not mad.

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"septicemia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"McDonald's right samples taken from the new machines. If if your local McDonald's doesn't have the the self order kiosk yet it soon will twenty what this year. Two thousand restaurants are supposed to be get them around the country all of our local ones. Now have the the self serve. Kiosks. Samples taken from the new machines that had been rolled out across the country. Every one of them had coliform. Aka traces of fecal matter. Senior lecturer in microbiology at London metropolitan university said we were all surprised how much gut and fecal bacteria was on the touchscreens. These caused the kind of infections that people get in the hospital. Wonderful. All right, for instance, intro caucus faciliate is part of the floor of gastrointestinal tracts of healthy, humans and other mammals. It is notorious in hospitals for causing hospital acquired infections. So here's the way it works. You as a diner? Waltz into McDonalds. Order your food on the touch screen you head over to the server pick up. Your order you go sit down probably without washing your hands. Boom. A screen at one branch was found to have staphylococcus bacteria that can cause blood poisoning and toxic shock syndrome. The doctor said seen staphylococcus on these machines is very concerning because it's so contagious. It starts around people's noses if they touched their nose with their fingers, and then transfer it to the touch screen someone else will pick it up. And if you happen to have an open cut. That can be dangerous. There's a lot of worries at the moment that staphylococcus is becoming resistant to antibiotics, however, it's it's still really dangerous in places like Africa where it causes toxic shock. The UK study involved swabs taken from eight. Mcdonald's restaurants six in London to in Birmingham. Listeria bacteria was found in Oxford Street in Holloway road branches. Listeria yet. Another rare bacterium we were shocked to find on the touch screen machines. As again, this can be very contagious and a problem for those with a weak immune system. Three quarters of the screams swabbed showed traces of the bacteria. Protests protagonists can be found in human and animal feces. It's also widely distributed in soil. It can cause urinary tract infections. It's also one of those hospital acquired infections. Which may be responsible for septicemia. You hear the term sepsis, right? Boy. So that's like I said I've read that. I'm gonna go wash my hands. Touchscreen technology is being used more and more in our daily lives. But these results show people should not eat right after touching those greens. They are highly susceptible to spreading disease. Someone can be very careful about their own hygiene throughout the day. But it could all be undone by just using a touch screen machine. One time. Now. Mcdonald's does clean the screens with disinfected. But the doctor said it could not have been strong enough. Whatever the disinfectant they're using. Maybe need to use something stronger than the headline itself says to found on every touch screen. Oh boy. All right. Let me get back to the calls here. Bad news. What's happening? Hey. Good morning. Steve thanks for taking my call on your bustle late in the morning. You know that help department card has touchscreens have dispenser rival Elisha. Cash loves that you can put on before you actually get makes your choices. The Bank machines any kind of McDonald's machines or anything like that advice lousy, you slide them on and you dispose them propose after you put on to order your food and cost for them. But they're gonna have you are you saying? Are you saying they need to because I I've never seen any gloves next to any kind of order. What's I say? Yeah. Exactly. Your county sheriff. So you get the accident a crime scene loves, you know, they're gonna have to have a glove to censor next to all ATM's and the banks any kind of a train fingerprint while eight singer forever kings on your your dot com. Actually, just a scanner. No. I mean, that's sort of coverage. It goes aboard help implement that required. Burnished people. What's cash laws, whatever facility of as those even backs have a dispenser there? But whereas I mean side. Your car in gloves smell out of the machine. You're right machine. But I was I was gonna call their last night. Stay span got me wired up last night. I'll get in behind him. You know? I got back off to ride a up. You talk about that. Eddie, you're talking about architects, must be a democrat calls a factory or something. But the most sensible. If they.

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"septicemia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Call tonight. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Stories are released to the timing of the stories often lead to more stories and more. Vance that when you connect the dots. You realize that maybe? Something peculiar is going on something that does not necessarily not necessarily capable of. Putting in a box. I mean, we've had a few stories in the news as of late where we always questioned what the motives of the FBI would When the department you connect of defense the dots. is doing You realize that maybe why did we shut down something all peculiar of those is going on something what we that shut does down not the necessarily sunspot than all the other ones were not like necessarily not. capable of. Trimming pictures of the sun. Putting in a box. I mean, we've had a few stories Because in the at news least as a speculation of late where we different always ideas questioned different theories, what and the motives people are still of the FBI talking about are that. what the department of defense Even though is doing we talked about it. why did Few we days shut ago. down all of those what we shut down Did you the cover that? sunspot. Well, I don't know if And you're all listening. the other ones But of were course, like I covered not. it. Trimming And pictures of the sun. today, I told. Because at least a speculation different ideas Ron different Patton theories, and people my are still talking right? We about told Janin that my wife, I said, you know, we today, talked I about think. it. Few days ago. It's time to talk about So getting emails saying the CLYDE, apocalypse did you cover that? strain. Well, I don't know if you're listening. But of course, I covered it. The end we begin from And the apartment strain today, is the end that we have to begin I all told. over again. And think about where we are. And what we Ron do. Patton, my producer. And I told Janin of course, my wife, I'm I sure said, you know, today, I think. once again like you said over the weekend, It's I presented time to my talk ex about lecture. He said he the apocalypse talked about strain. Cleo. Genesis talked The about end we begin from the idea of the spreading diseases strain is the that end there that could we have be some. to begin all over again. And think about where we are. And what we do. Biological force multiplied And genetic of course, I'm pathogen sure or component. once again like I said That over the weekend, I presented could be my released. Clayton ex lecture. He steady and talked And about then today, of Cleo. course, the telegraph Genesis publishes talked about an interview with Bill Gates the idea about of spreading what he diseases fears for the that future. there You could talked be about some. global health security is his biggest fear. Biological The fact that we are not going to be able force to measure multiplied up. genetic pathogen or component. With global health security. This is after the Could Clayton be exercise, released. which was focused on. And then today, of Global course, the health telegraph security publishes and a hypothetical an interview tabletop with Bill exercise Gates about what to he fears for the future. You talked about basically tell us that global we are ill health prepared security is his for biggest something. fear. Like The this. fact that we are not going to be able to measure up. First of all Bill Gates With says that he's global concerned health about security. antibiotic This is resistance after the Clayton three exercise, people, of course, which was focused on. getting diseases Global and viruses health security antibiotics and a hypothetical like getting tabletop exercise to viruses, but just diseases basically tell us that biological. we are ill prepared You know, for just something. regular, Like this. you know, viruses. You don't treat with the antibiotics, First but of all you you Bill Gates you certainly says that he's concerned about antibiotic when you have resistance infections three of some people, kind of course, of creep fevers and getting diseases things like and septicemia viruses you have antibiotics to take antibiotics like for it. getting. He says there are Viruses, a lot of people that but just diseases are resisting antibiotic biological antibiotics are now, just regular, you know, you know, viruses. You not don't treat even with the fighting antibiotics, some of but these diseases. you you certainly And of course, when he you have said infections that of some kind of that creep he fevers believes that there and are too many cuts to government things funding like septicemia, to improve health you have in the to world's take poorest antibiotics countries. for And it. then he said, He says there are my a lot of biggest people that fear is are resisting that disease antibiotic affects antibiotics are my now, biggest fear is what the you World know, Health Organization not calls even disease fighting X some and these of concerns these diseases. And he of course, placed he in his said annual that goalkeepers data that report he that believes he publishes that there with are his too many wife. cuts Melinda. to government funding to improve health And in the world's poorest in countries. the data And then report. he said, I was reading today. my biggest fear One is of the biggest concerns any has disease a reason affects to be concerned because my he biggest said fear in the is what the World Health well, this Organization is the research calls that was vs in the axe. And these concerns the the data he report placed in the goalkeeper's his annual data goalkeepers reported said data this report said that that he publishes last December. with his wife. Melinda. The Trump administration's And in national the security data strategy report. I was was reading released and today. warned that biological threats One of to the the biggest United concerns, States and he homeland has or a growing reason to be concerned because yet he even said in as the the report was being well, this written is the research the White House that budget was in office the proposed to cut the off funding. the data The government's report only the goalkeeper's biodefense data reported analysis said this said and countermeasures that last December. center at fort Dietrich, Maryland. The Trump administration's So national a blue security ribbon study strategy panel was released on biodefense and warned warned that biological that quote threats our nation to the United remains States homeland woefully or growing underprepared yet for even dangerous as the report biological was being written incidence. the White And House this is why budget I'm beginning office to proposed believe to cut off funding. that The bio government's war only biodefense could be the next analysis big asymmetrical in countermeasures center at fort the Dietrich, next Maryland. big asymmetric threat So a blue ribbon against study the panel United on States. biodefense And warned unlike that quote in our the case nation of any remains other methods woefully of mass underprepared murder that our enemies might embrace for dangerous biological the incidence. And this is why effects I'm beginning to believe the harmful that and destructive effects bio are releasing war engineer pathogens. could be the next big asymmetrical, Don't necessarily dissipate the with time. expert They may actually grow asymmetric worse threat against because the microbes United States. mutate. And unlike in the case of any other methods of And mass murder worst that our enemies case scenario might embrace in my opinion would be. the effects The the emergence of a harmful and destructive novel effects strain are releasing or genetically engineer pathogens. modified lab-grown strain. Don't necessarily district For which with time. the population They may actually would not grow have immunity worse combined to an airborne because transmission microbes between mutate. humans, and of course, when I And did Clayton worst X case scenario in my opinion would when be. I presented Playtex. I stated The in emergence my presentation, of a novel I believe strain or genetically that modified the global lab-grown the strain. way this would travel from For place which the to population place would not would have be immunity global combined travel, to an airborne and that transmission would allow the virus between to be humans, propagated and around the world and of very course, small time. when I did Then X. came the aeroplane stories, then When I presented then played then ex. came the claims I of the stated emerets plane, in my presentation, then came the I claims believe that they turn nine that people the global into the city the way this would that travel were not treated for from whatever place whatever to place disease. would I mean, look. be global travel, and that We would allow look the virus at this. to be propagated And around you the world say and to yourself. very small time. Why are we being Then so cavalier? came the aeroplane stories, Why then are people being then so cavalier? then came I mean, the claims we've of we've the emerets seen plane, the authorities then carry came out drills. the claims that they turn We nine we've seen people them. I into mean, there was the city an that exercise were not treated planning for that went whatever on a while whatever ago where they disease. actually did a I phone mean, look. tests. I can't remember what it was. I think it was either Kentucky or someplace else where somebody a joke that zombie apocalypse this happen. I mean, look, you know, they can send out text from everything from school shootings of pandemics nuclear disasters. That's fine. But to have a full on tests on October third, and I have to reiterate that they said, it would be Thursday this Thursday, but they're changing it now, they're moving and talk to over therapies, they said, it would confuse people who of course, you know, the first responders, of course, to Florence. So they're holding it out now until October third, but they're still going to do this drill. And I just think that as many times in the past we've seen drills go real time. And we hope that this isn't the case with something dealing with like. Equine encephalitis or some other thing like Nipah, which of course, hasn't arrived here at all. I mean, it has it has been seen in places like India and other places, but it's just that you know, these diseases these forms of encephalitis, even hemorrhagic fever. These things are are are real fears Bola, a real fears that people talk about the I don't know if Bola is is easily spreadable is something like equine cellulitis with mosquitoes. But when you look at the beluga the Lugar center in. In Georgia and how they are doing special experiments. They're using insects in and Russians are like saying. Whoa. We don't like this. I mean, put it all together. And it doesn't spell or doesn't fare well for the United States or some other country that may be attacked who knows it may not be the United States. But it'd be something that would send us a message. I'm sure go to Jeff in Missouri. Hi, Jeff, you're on ground zero. Wanting to make your talking about the mosquitoes. And I know I just recently heard a report with all the flooding from Florence really worried about a huge outbreak Carolinas to that. I was thinking you're not connecting dot. That would be pretty insidious if they use that to propagate the population. Infected mosquitoes. Well, we've always known Zeka, and we'd known with these genetically modified mosquitos there could be a chance of some sort of mutation..

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"septicemia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Others are roots of trees chopped into pieces and packaged in small bottles. They all claim to enhance sexual performance. Describe you city. All the friends and fourteen year olds are not focus to me about his experience of using their products kill. You'll be if I had been using it for the past fifteen years, some of the protas boosts your sexual libido, all of them have the time period within which you can have sex at that, taking them have used different types. A friend interests me to one of the products, and it had a terrible effect on me out that sex. I control my erection house realist kid a hundred, take a cold shower to come things down. Perhaps more testimonies, like Nana Poku experience would deter people from consuming such products. But I thought it would be a good idea to get each of them tested by Medica Espy's who have consistently warned about the dangers of taking such aphrodisiacs. I took a few samples to the center for scientific research into plant medicine after two weeks. The test results revealed that all the so called aphrodisiacs, where contaminated with harmful bacteria and declared unsafe the content Arabic microbials as well as eats and moves that to power days contained equally and stiffer goes bacteria. Equally, concourse, diarrhea, pneumonia, respiratory illness, and urinary infections. Stiffler cockles can lead to skin infections. Inflammation of the hats lining septicemia and obsesses. The lead we say scientists here. Dr. Daniel bomber was keen to emphasize the dangers of taking these so called aphrodisiac products. This product like the videos, blogs are being marketed as a for dessert without labels without instruction, redoubt usage. It's very dangerous because you don't know the quantity that is good for you. We don't even know the postal, whether the toxic or law. You don't know what it had been treated with synthetic promotes or not. So we such boondock without any official registration is not safe. I thought to that. Gonesse food and drugs authority say the cracking down on producers of some of these products, but still the easy to find as long as people believe nature of disease x will have the desired effect. It seems to keep buying them whatever directs that report by Thomas Nadi in Ghana. We already knew, of course that wind turbines and solar panels can provide renewable clean energy. What research is now say is that they could also help to make the desert bloom. So how would that work? I'll start science correspondent, Matt Magara. How could renewables increase rainfall? It's quite a complicated situation..

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"septicemia" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on 790 KABC

"By the end of the show He won ninety number one ninety so then I'll figure out what that means a student, in advance is high school is now suing the. L. a. USD after. An MS thirteen gang members stabbed him on campus The school district is getting sued for negligence. By the. Student who says he was, repeatedly harassed and then stabbed in a campus bathroom in two thousand seventeen by classmate that was known to be an affiliate. Of gang cited by President. Trump to justify stuff immigration stance the plaintiff is seventeen now and he's identified only as a AC in the Los Angeles Superior court lawsuit that was. Filed on Monday on his behalf the suit seeks, unspecified damages. Now this kid apparently, I became the, target of his assailant who's identified. In Las you just as j o. who's an alleged affiliate of MS thirteen and both of them were students at van Nuys middle school according to the complaint the the president They keep adding Trump in. Here but basically this kid was harassed he was, threatened multiple. Times he told the, school about it He. Was transferred out of that school To Madison middle school in north Hollywood but continued to receive texts threats from this other kid j. o.. He presented the text to Madison officials they said nothing could. Further be done to protect him cheese Yeah and then he was enrolled at van Nuys high in August of two thousand sixteen where. He received more frightening texts he says he showed the messages to the principal who called the two middle schools that he attended and received confirmation from those officials there of the previous threats that he received so despite all of these warnings l. a., USD had received about this kid j. o. the alleged. MS thirteen member toward the toward the kid who. Was stabbed he was allowed to enroll advan is high school And that's where he stabbed this kid is Ken Well I'd wash four. Episodes of orange is the new black last night. So, I? Feel like I know. Something about this oh. Really you're an expert now it just sounds horrible why aren't? Scared enough of being shot up at a school and, now you have a known. Gang member threatening this You think high school don't have known the game you have to, wonder is it the school's responsibility I'm not sure they should have definitely reported it to police though. No I, wonder, why wasn't reported place says at that point as escalate, the whole, thing or something you know what I mean does it in dangerous. Family or something at that point or do but. The, school? Was well aware that? This kid was getting. Threats and didn't do anything about it I mean I I'm? Sure there's another side of the story is always. But No and whatever happened it doesn't. Sound, like it was okay right it's very very very serious problems but I understand is he he. Left one school for another? Right yeah and then the kid followed him there while he left, that middle school because of the kids threats but then they were both put back together in the. Same high, school, see that's the part that I would say is insanity, yeah Unless there were. Many Officials at van Nuys high school were aware of what took place in middle school and why he had transferred How awful again more? To be revealed. But I guess the only thing you can do, right what else can you do to get he's he's. Alive he just got stabbed in? The. In the arms but what came wants to go to school with that can you imagine worrying about that no dabbed in a bathroom. Or, teachers like parents like. Getting, together and speaking up about. This is a kind. Of sure they are now yeah I would hope so well we'll, hear more about it I'm sure crazy story a man, had his four limbs amputated after a dog lick Tim and he got a severe infection Yeah He's from Wisconsin and he contracted this dangerous blood infection after he was licked by. Dog what he originally thought was just the flu turned out to be a serious bacterial infection that forces doctors to amputate both his legs. So so all that is not the complications of the complications of the. Infection? Right so they get. Septicemia they get. DIC they started, co they start getting a schemic in the periphery and don't know what's wrong with. You No they once a septicemia gets underway sometimes you. Can't you can't do anything you. Gotta you just keep pouring the antibiotics in support of care but you just your immune system has to respond to in the meantime there. Can be complications like scheming on the win limbs your blood pressure so, low? And you have what's. Called DIC and. So you don't, get blood to the periphery and so the limbs die that's why they amputate them I did have knocked me out I. Don't know, what I originally got the infection. From I don't. This is terrible and. It's people. Don't understand that they've never seen it you know we, see it all the time in medicine and it's you. Know why infections, killed people throughout human history that's how they would die. With it gets, up to see me on that kind of, thing and eventually all infections kind of go that. Direction but some of them. Break into that immediately so Do. We know what the bacterium was identified it. Yet Yeah the infection from bacteria as capital Sitole Fagan Happiness it. A Fager. Cap cap no c. c. y.. Teo got it ph it.

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Wisconsin man's legs amputated after dog's licks lead to infection

Michael Medved

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Wisconsin man's legs amputated after dog's licks lead to infection

"By the end of the show He won ninety number one ninety so then I'll figure out what that means a student, in advance is high school is now suing the. L. a. USD after. An MS thirteen gang members stabbed him on campus The school district is getting sued for negligence. By the. Student who says he was, repeatedly harassed and then stabbed in a campus bathroom in two thousand seventeen by classmate that was known to be an affiliate. Of gang cited by President. Trump to justify stuff immigration stance the plaintiff is seventeen now and he's identified only as a AC in the Los Angeles Superior court lawsuit that was. Filed on Monday on his behalf the suit seeks, unspecified damages. Now this kid apparently, I became the, target of his assailant who's identified. In Las you just as j o. who's an alleged affiliate of MS thirteen and both of them were students at van Nuys middle school according to the complaint the the president They keep adding Trump in. Here but basically this kid was harassed he was, threatened multiple. Times he told the, school about it He. Was transferred out of that school To Madison middle school in north Hollywood but continued to receive texts threats from this other kid j. o.. He presented the text to Madison officials they said nothing could. Further be done to protect him cheese Yeah and then he was enrolled at van Nuys high in August of two thousand sixteen where. He received more frightening texts he says he showed the messages to the principal who called the two middle schools that he attended and received confirmation from those officials there of the previous threats that he received so despite all of these warnings l. a., USD had received about this kid j. o. the alleged. MS thirteen member toward the toward the kid who. Was stabbed he was allowed to enroll advan is high school And that's where he stabbed this kid is Ken Well I'd wash four. Episodes of orange is the new black last night. So, I? Feel like I know. Something about this oh. Really you're an expert now it just sounds horrible why aren't? Scared enough of being shot up at a school and, now you have a known. Gang member threatening this You think high school don't have known the game you have to, wonder is it the school's responsibility I'm not sure they should have definitely reported it to police though. No I, wonder, why wasn't reported place says at that point as escalate, the whole, thing or something you know what I mean does it in dangerous. Family or something at that point or do but. The, school? Was well aware that? This kid was getting. Threats and didn't do anything about it I mean I I'm? Sure there's another side of the story is always. But No and whatever happened it doesn't. Sound, like it was okay right it's very very very serious problems but I understand is he he. Left one school for another? Right yeah and then the kid followed him there while he left, that middle school because of the kids threats but then they were both put back together in the. Same high, school, see that's the part that I would say is insanity, yeah Unless there were. Many Officials at van Nuys high school were aware of what took place in middle school and why he had transferred How awful again more? To be revealed. But I guess the only thing you can do, right what else can you do to get he's he's. Alive he just got stabbed in? The. In the arms but what came wants to go to school with that can you imagine worrying about that no dabbed in a bathroom. Or, teachers like parents like. Getting, together and speaking up about. This is a kind. Of sure they are now yeah I would hope so well we'll, hear more about it I'm sure crazy story a man, had his four limbs amputated after a dog lick Tim and he got a severe infection Yeah He's from Wisconsin and he contracted this dangerous blood infection after he was licked by. Dog what he originally thought was just the flu turned out to be a serious bacterial infection that forces doctors to amputate both his legs. So so all that is not the complications of the complications of the. Infection? Right so they get. Septicemia they get. DIC they started, co they start getting a schemic in the periphery and don't know what's wrong with. You No they once a septicemia gets underway sometimes you. Can't you can't do anything you. Gotta you just keep pouring the antibiotics in support of care but you just your immune system has to respond to in the meantime there. Can be complications like scheming on the win limbs your blood pressure so, low? And you have what's. Called DIC and. So you don't, get blood to the periphery and so the limbs die that's why they amputate them I did have knocked me out I. Don't know, what I originally got the infection. From I don't. This is terrible and. It's people. Don't understand that they've never seen it you know we, see it all the time in medicine and it's you. Know why infections, killed people throughout human history that's how they would die. With it gets, up to see me on that kind of, thing and eventually all infections kind of go that. Direction but some of them. Break into that immediately so Do. We know what the bacterium was identified it. Yet Yeah the infection from bacteria as capital Sitole Fagan Happiness it. A Fager. Cap cap no c. c. y.. Teo got it ph it.

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"septicemia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Learn why septicaemia Phillies new MVP here's Matt Marci, not. Exactly, the most impressive top of the first for, the Phillies fills it Cincinnati for game three of their four game set and retired in order facing red starter Matt. Harvey Cesar Hernandez. With ground out to second base, followed by consecutive. Strikeouts of skins and Oduber Harare? Both going down swinging RV coming off of. What is his worst starting to reds uniform eight runs in only three two thirds exit what's a. Loss to the pirates he's five at six with a five point two one ERA fills said Vince Velazquez to the. Hill seventy eight Entity RA just over four for the right. Hander coming off, of a pyrrhic consecutive scoreless starts it's the first. Time in his career. That he's. Actually going to face the reds and also marks the first game for as drubel Cabrera eight Phillies uniform Cabrera acquired last night from the Mets, in exchange for minor league pitcher Franklin killer may he'll back fifth tonight and he's starting at shortstop, once again Phillies the reds underway. Bottom of the first and scoreless it gave you could hear on sports radio. Ninety four w I p one final would. Major league baseball. They Kansas City Royals doubling up the Yankees tend to five and the cardinals with a sixty two lead on the Chicago Cubs that one almost final it's in the, top. Of, the ninth with just a couple of outs, and the cubs at the plate over the football something different about day three of eagles training camp KYW's Ed vacant. At the novacare. Complex Beagles put on the pants, for the first. Time this summer on Saturday and? New defensive tackle Hello de NADA said it's. Simply part of the grind of training camp a lot of guys It's a grind training camp. Is a grind play You don't. Like it I mean you probably shouldn't be doing It's good to bring energy and. Have some, Jenner guys see it and We're all just going through now said he has been impressed with the. Closest of the goals since arriving in Philadelphia with. The eagles training camp I'm Ed Benkin KYW NewsRadio Carson Wentz participated gate what was eleven on eleven drills and, also took first team reps Wentz yet to be cleared for contact though just yet and.

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"septicemia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on KGO 810

"Journalists a thousand one and those roads are going to carry infectious diseases what what's your point carol okay so mine is a little bit but it's still has to do with homeless somewhat i live backed up to the flood control district near the shaker reserve with the birds and all the lovely it's your just there but this is the way it's not gorgeous and that is about three years ago we'd notice more racks 'cause we are backed up to the bolsa chica they say desalting added the area so the ocean water came in and therefore routes came up and that makes sense okay fine you get that and then we still noticed lots of lots and lots of rodents coming in and so called vector control vector controls have we can't use rat poisoning anymore and we're like excuse me you can't use rat poisoning anymore and you're the vector control and the reason they can't is because the raptors will eat the rap and their eggshells will be weakened just like adp and the pelicans yes yes so consequently we have bought rat poisoning in a huge container like one of those big paint containers online because you can get rat poisoning and you can do it yourself but the vector will who the government pays for can't understand and and of course that's a very specific challenge and i'm sympathetic to the vector control because you don't want to damage the wildlife particular so beautiful down there i know jack you're talking about but i also know there's a big population there i don't know if the if the commerce their particular contributing to the rodent population i i know what's happening in los angeles and san francisco and all i just want to warn people is that this summer those rodents have fleas those please are going to get onto your pets and flees particularly southern california kerry recaps he'll disease some extent they do in the northern california and now we have a case of hanta virus in new mexico hanta virus is a potentially deadly virus it is an awful way to go its severely painful remember correctly it can be associated with steph elitest as well as just the general septicemia so we're going to see it it just it just.

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"septicemia" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Our experience that's what we said it was uh we continued obviously to do all the diagnostic way can take samples and you know unfortunately we were that so we had fresh animals we had done ones that would dying we had plenty of material say that material is then taken then taken to the baltic states in kazakhstan and we were able to confirm that it was hemorragic septicemia the actual disease south and it's a disease we do see in livestock but it really wasn't that that was so confusing what was confusing is wine us had this happened i mean what had led to this i understand it did this bacteria that causes septicemia is actually present in the animals they have that in an so why had they not died in this area before he hasn't been like you and i have bacteria in our guts and this was normal you know who these bacteria are usually good i mean though they they're very much part of health but this passarella seems to occupy the tonsils and it's normally very quiet doesn't causing me problems and in the case of the saiga they they must have all pretty much had it the adults this was caused by the way the right this is a weather related to the issue was what what triggered that so we we looked at many many different things we look for viruses we look for toxins we look for all sorts of things that could potentially have uh the the immunity of the animals there was nothing and the only thing that we really have been able to do and interestingly with hemorrhagic septicemia uh it's often anecdotally associates with weather changes so if you if you have buffalo in india if they get it just often after a storm so in this case uh we were able to show statistically by looking at historic events so they happiness so two historic events where animals had died which are very similar pattern so that we didn't have diagnosis of time we are able to use that data on plus all the other day truck when animals didn't die and we looked at the meteorological conditions and then we all up to tease out to the main factors in these where humidity and low uh mean daily temperatures in other words moisture in the air depends on a sort of combination of the amount of water.

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"septicemia" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on KOIL

"And basically what it is it's this bacteria it's called an mentioning the tied is or meningitis at about 10 percent of the population carries is bacteria in their nose and throat all the time and they showed no symptoms of it they carry it but they don't have any symptoms up at but but bacteria can cause serious illness if it gets into the blood or if it gets into the brain in the brain the bacteria can cause meningitis which of course is the swelling of it membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord and basically in the blood it's fair it can cause infections it can cost septicemia septicemia and the sworn brain is what kills you now if you go back to the history of the tv show the walking dead zambia park lives was triggered by a form of manage ideas hey this injustice was resistant to treatment and it was learned illitch lg show that everyone carried this meningitis bacteria and it upon death it activated the brain and spinal column and of course this is where we get the animated corpse idea for a fictional tv show or the reality of this disease passing to others is far more terrifying the meeting up with a gooey in slamming walker i think the woman on the plane that had contracted the ninja cockle disease was with her husband travelling from japan to germany on august eight 2015 they happen to be on the same flight as a team of scottish.

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"septicemia" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Plane she contracted meningococcal disease and basically what it is it's this bacteria it's called in mentioned is tied his or meningitis at about ten percent of the population carries this bacteria in their nose and throat all the time and they showed no symptoms of it they carry it but they don't have any symptoms of at by the bacteria could cause serious illness if it gets into the blood or if it gets into the brain in the brain the bacteria can cause meningitis which of course is the swelling of the membranes the cover the brain and spinal cord and basically in the blood it's fair it can cause infections it can cost septicemia septicemia and the swollen brain is what kills you now if you go back to the history of the tv show the walking dead zambia apocalypse was triggered by a form of meningitis hey this injustice was resistant to treatment and it was learned in the television show that everyone carried this meningitis bacteria and it upon death it activated the brain and spinal column and of course this is where we get the animated corpse idea for a fictional tv show or the reality of this disease passing to others as far more terrifying the meeting up with a gooey in slimy walker i think the woman on the plane that had contracted the ninja cockle disease was with her husband travelling from japan to germany on august eight 2015 they happened to be on the same flight as a team of scottish in swedish scouts who returning from the world scout jamboree which is international gathering of boy scouts ages fourteen to seventeen and while camping in the outdoors six of the scouts the scottish scouts later developed minju cockle disease so is married couple in their 50s they didn't sit let me the woman and her husband did not sit directly next to the scouts but police added a role behind and across the aisle from the scottish boy scouts and they noticed that one of the scouts seated in front of them was coughing and hacking throughout the flight but once they arrived in germany the couple hopped on another flight to spain were they went sightseeing but a few days later on august 11th the woman felt tired in developed pain in her throat and cough cough her husband also developed pain in his throat in a mild fever they felt sick.

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"septicemia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of heart failure and septicemia after contracting drugresistant strain of e coli and they don't know how he contracted it but that's how do you like i would think of those clara commercials where somebody touch raw taken on the counter you know my perha and he had his at work how does that happen this is great news that came out of the house last night a very good news indeed the us house of representatives yesterday voted in favour of trent frank says it's called the pain capable unborn child protection act so it's an abortion ban after twenty weeks it passed to thirty seven to one eighty nine now something similar past like in 2015 but this in a blocked at because they're jerks the senate blocked it but they said yeah it's kind of you know obvious that a 20week year old they know twenty girl a twentyweek old fetus who feels the torturous pain of being cut in two should not be killed which that seems to be yeah that's pretty obvious right i mean that seems to be an obvious that but that's great audio sound bite nine the this is what congressman franks had to say about the passage of his bill in house now i know that many of those on this four and the american media will hold to the standard line and try to coq all of this in the name of freedom of choice but i would beg the mr speaker to open their hearts and ask themselves what are your show liberating about brutally and painfully dismembering living helpless little schulman babies true that's a good point i'm also seen video of a guy dressed like a monopoly man sitting in the senate have you seen this video it's like everywhere have you guys seen as gugelmin appaling in senate hearing i promise you you're going into it just google it if you're at work tela people yeah and and go and yeah go and say he does he's got this like.

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"septicemia" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The when he died he died of heart failure and septicemia after contracting drugresistant strain of e coli and they don't know how he contracted it but that's how you like i would think of those chlorophyll commercials where somebody touch raw taken on the counter you know my word for how does that and he had had his at work how does that happen this is great news that came out of the house last night a very good news indeed a the us house of representatives yesterday voted in favour of trent francis it's called the pain capable unborn child protection act so it's an abortion ban after twenty weeks it passed to thirty seven to one eighty nine as something similar past like an 2015 but the sin a blocked at because they're jerks uh the senate blocked it but they said yeah it's kind of you know obvious at a 20week year old they know twin we girl a twentyweek old fetus who feels the torture pain of being cut into should not be killed which that seems to be yeah that's pretty obvious right i mean that seems to be an obvious that but that's great i assume by nine uh this what a congressman franks had to say about the passage of his bill in the house now i know that many of those on the floor and the american media will hold to the standard line and try to cloak all of this in the name of freedom of choice but i would beg them mr speaker joe opened their hearts and ask themselves what is so liberating about brutally and painfully dismembering liberty helpless little schuman babies true that's a good point i'm also seen video of a guy dressed like a monopoly man sitting in the senate have you seen as fanatic everywhere have you guys seen as gugelmin appaling and senate hearing i promise you you're going into it just google it affair it worked on my people say yeah and and going yeah go and say he does he's got this like.

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"septicemia" Discussed on X96

X96

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on X96

"That funding for the chip program children's health insurance program who should an and inevitably will they think be renewed ensuring that cut the coverage for thousands of utahns will stay in place but some activists are fretting the congress's tempting fate by not acting fast enough to renew farming for the program we can't wait until the last minute to do this because families are affected before actual money dries up at the end of the year said jesse stevenson for the utah help policy of project so you know what killed hugh hafner yet the i'd cardiac arrest respiratory failure after he got septicemia jeff to sima of blood infection that he got for with drugresistant e coli no he had e coli and his blood get it in the grotto so it no it took that to kill it up there all those other things did not kill him he took that yeah it was a v warns her long term well anyway it got him it gutted it gutted and roman polanski who has been accused of rape by renat a lot longer she is a sixty one year old former german actress and she said i've never come forward with longtime he got me when i was fifteen what um my kids she waited so long as you well she i mean she realized i mean this is just this is just twiddle asian really i mean it doesn't it's not going to happen it's not going to affect his case one way or the other but it might have if she she she is the fourth woman to publicly accused polanski of sexually assault earlier when she was a teenager police in st gallen switzerland confirm that they met with her in september she provided the new york times with a copy of an email sent by swiss police officer saying that another officer would make the determination as to whether oh she wants to maybe pursue a criminal complaint against him so they're not sure whether switzerland has not eliminated the statute of limitations on sex abuse cases so maybe she can pursue a case and she's decided that maybe she wants to do that all right that's it.

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"septicemia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Savings here's vanderbilt economist citing nick pay the assumption is that these hospitals will use the difference two funnel money back into safety net operations things like running a discounted drunk that's the kind of thing happening here on the west side of chicago at mount sinai hospital eightyearold eight already silent primarily serves uninsured and low income people the hospital says the five million a got last year from the 340 be program went to things like dealing patients important medication for free for example a twenty nine year old woman who treated for a rare infection that stretched from her throat to her chest her physician dr agassi's says she walked out with the meds she needed without appropriate end of objects the infection with spreads and she will you have something called septicemia which is organ failure from civilian infection and she will dot this arguably is how the program is supposed to run and how many hospital say they're able to provide essential services to their need these patients but the economics of 340 be may be too enticing we believe that entirely too many hospitals are gaming the system that stephanie silvan this spokesperson for a coalition of organizations including drug companies who are obliged to offer the discounts silverman argues there's a design flaw in 340 be it incentivizes hospitals to prescribe the most expensive drugs thinking get to as many full pay patients as possible we see hospitals doing all sorts of things to try and maximize how many 340 forty dollars a gap a report from the congressional watchdog the government accountability office suggest 340 be hospitals by fewer generics than other hospitals and research from the university of.

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"septicemia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The assumption is that these hospitals were use the difference two funnel money back into safety net operations things like running a discounted drug program that's the kind of thing happening here on the west side of chicago at mount sinai hospital eric mount sinai primarily serves uninsured and low income people the hospital says the 5 million a got last year from the 340 be program went to things like getting patients important medication for free for example a twenty nine year old woman who was treated for a rare infection that stretched from her throat to her chest her physician dr he had a disease says she walked out with the man's she needed without appropriate end of objects the infection with spreads and she will have something called septicemia which is organ failure franz if he'd infection and she will die this arguably is how the program is supposed to run and how many hospital say they're able to provide essential services to their neediest patients but the economics of 340 be may be too enticing we believe that entirely too many hospitals are gaming the system that stephanie silvan this spokesperson for a coalition shen organizations including drug companies who are obliged to offer the discounts silverman argues there's a design flaw in 340 be it incentivizes hospitals to prescribe the most expensive drugs they can get to as many full pay patients as possible we see hospitals doing all sorts of things to try and maximize how men any three forty dollars again a report from the congressional watchdog the government accountability office suggest 340 be hospitals by fewer generics than other hospitals and research from the university of chicago.

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"septicemia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on KCRW

"The assumption is that these hospitals will use the difference two funnel money back into safety and operations things like running a discounted drunk broke m that's the kind of thing happening here on the west side of chicago at mount sinai hospital you're room already mount sinai primarily serves uninsured and low income people the hospital says the five newly got last year from the 340 be program went to things like getting patients important medication for free for example a twenty nine year old woman who was treated for a rare infection that stretched from her throat to her chest her physician dr he heart disease says she walked out with the mets she needed without appropriate and the baht extent infection with spreads and uh she will have something called septicemia which is organ failure from severe infection and she will die this arguably is how the program is supposed to run and how many hospitals say they're able to provide essential services to their need his patience but the economics of 340 be may be two enticing we believe that entirely too many hospitals are gaming the system that stephanie sovereign the spokesperson for a coalition shen organizations including drug companies who are obliged to offer the discounts silverman argues there's a design fallen 340 be it incentivizes hospitals to prescribe the most expensive drugs they can get to as many full pay patients as possible we see hospitals doing all sorts of things to try and maximize how many three forty dollars again a report from the congressional watchdog the government accountability office suggest 340 be hospitals by fewer generics than other hospitals and research from the university of chicago shows hospitals have gone on buying sprees scooping up oncology practices.

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"septicemia" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"septicemia" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Funnel money back into safety net operations things like running a discounted drug program that's the kind of thing happening here on the west side of chicago at mount sinai hospital mount silent primarily serves uninsured and low income people the hospital says the 5 million iccat last year from the 340 be program went to things like getting patience important medication for free for example a twenty nine year old woman who was treated for a rare infection that stretched from her throat to her chest her physician dr eob hub disease says she walked out with the meds she needed without appropriate antibiotics the infection would spreads and she will have something called septicemia which is organ failure from severe infection and she will die this arguably is how the program is supposed to run and how many hospital say they're able to provide essential services to their neediest patients but the economics of 340 be may be too enticing we believe that entirely too many hospitals are gaming the system that stephanie silverman the spokesperson for a coalition of organizations including drug companies who are obliged to offer the discounts silverman argues there's a design flaw in 340 be it incentivizes hospitals to prescribe the most expensive drugs they can get to as many full pay patients as possible we see hospitals doing all sorts of things too tryon maximize how many 340 be dollars they get a report from the congressional watchdog the government accountability office suggest 340 be hospitals by fewer generics than other hospitals and research from the university of chicago shows hospitals have gone on buying sprees scooping up on codgy practices and outpatient clinics often in wealthy communities critics say one reason they're doing that is to get access to even more of those full pay patients vanderbilt's sigheh neck pace as it's unclear what hospitals are doing with that pile of cash there's very little oversight of the programmes and no one has really been checking to see if the savings are actually being used to subsidize care to those uninsured and under insured patients.

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