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"shortness breath" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:41 min | 6 months ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Conditions and working in sales in New Braunfels, Texas, When he contracted covert 19. He didn't worry much about it. Then it got bad. He was hospitalized in San Antonio. Then it got really bad. He was placed on an ECMO machine, a last ditch treatment that does the job of a patient's heart or lungs, moving blood and oxygen When their own organs or too weak. He was tethered to that machine for two months. And still his condition worsened. His longest deteriorated so severely that he was transferred to Houston Methodist Hospital. Where under the care of Dr Thomas Move, Gilvary. He got a double lung transplant. Despite all of that will call Thomas steal one of the lucky ones because, unlike more than 248,000 others, he's alive to tell us Well, let's listen. He joins us from his rehab facility in Texas. Thomas still welcome Thank you so much. I appreciate it. How are you feeling? Good. Good against getting stronger every day. As far as I goes about a month out on the surgery, so getting stronger every day. And here's your surgeon, Thomas. My gilvary. Dr McGill. Very this is good news for you. Oh, it's It's just really a privilege to be part of it. In all of this terrible endemic, which has been a scourge to the whole world. Mr. Steele's story is one that we can all be joyful about. It's a real victory over this terrible disease. Yeah, well, and then you in the hospitals and you want to get more of you know what you're seeing in a moment. But, Thomas, how did you view the pandemic before you are infected? We know you work in sales at a construction company. You're married. Rhonda. Parents of five Children four Still living. What was your sense? Were you wearing a mask? Were you taking precautions? I was wearing a mask Each month after you broke out. We got a lot more cautious as far as I go, so, Yeah, definitely wearing masks. What would my wife you know, she fit harping. All of them. I wash my hands and Trying to get all that stuff. Good. What wasn't going out very much, man, Her very big wine and foodies and stuff. So we like to go to restaurants and vineyards and stuff, but no, we It's really slept that whole back a lot. I can say I wasn't convinced myself. The how serious is was, you know, not seeing it firsthand, wasn't sold on it as well. You're good to admit that because as you know, there are a lot of people who just don't like the skeptical about this, And so you had a little of that, too. And then there was an office outbreak. You got it probably gave it to Rhonda. She it sounds like at a mild case. What were you feeling? As you realize I'm sick. Well, originally I went and got a negative test because I went too quickly and then 2 to 3 days later went back to assemble a shortness of breath and stuff. And they sent me home and sitting at home. My daughter's standing be a doctor. She recommended this. Hello to censor. This is a pulse Oximeter. It's such a great thing to have around the house. You measure how much oxygen you're getting, and I would suggest everybody get one of them. You know, people don't realize that stuff. But it it tells you a lot really quick. And what he told you is you are not getting enough Oxygen. Did you feel that my skin shortness breath almost like Sonny was sitting on my chest. And so then I was checking this thing and I went like from 88 to 80 four's 85. I kept getting worse so Immediately called back to the yarn as them when they said, Well, if it's that low, you need to come in right now. So then I went back to the hospital, and they immediately said that I needed to go to San Antonio. The bigger hospital and I should get on that boat pretty quick, right? We've been warned. Over and over. As you said you had a little skepticism, but you heard how bad it was. Are you thinking? This can't be happening? I mean, what were you thinking? Oh, yeah. You think everybody It worked? It had it had it for the two weeks. My wife had it for two weeks now. Like you said, you're thinking Why did it just happen to me like this? Yeah. Can you describe how bad it got? Not being able to breathe? You pretty much were gasping for every breath and you're thinking about every breath. And every breath you take you You feel like a little clique, in fact, your throat because you're just taking so much oxygen and stuff, And it's It's just a you're always just like gasping you've sucking for air. It must be so frightening. You know, you have to fight through and stuff and I used my kids, my grandkids, this motivation and a beautiful wife and it's a fight. It is a very big fight that's would like to tell you, but you know, over the rise. This is a real thing. This This is not a joke. After we help you gotta bring you in. We know your hospital was hard hit with coronavirus cases. We spoke with CEO Mark Boom who's also a physician to colleague Faisal Massoud told us about the neurological issues he's seeing. And here you loves. I mean, how bad were Thomas Steels? Lungs? Well, they were totally destroyed. Actually looking at Mr Steele's lungs, And while we were doing his transplant, they were devastated and destroyed by the effects of the virus. What? Why can you just briefly explain like, why would a virus do that? Well, viruses, air, nasty little things they get inside ourselves. And they turn our own cells against ourselves. And then it's a war that takes place between the virus and our own body and the body unleashes the full effect of our immune system in the tent to neutralize and kill the virus. But what happens in some people is that the immune system in an effort of trying to destroy the virus destroys our own lungs or other organs. It's friendly fire. Yeah. Yeah, And we understand Thomas isn't alone. I feel I've seen other stories of single and double lung transplants. The numbers they're starting to add up, But I do think that you most people who have the kind of damage the lungs and Mr Steele had. They don't survive it. But through Part miracle part of just incredible physical and mental and spiritual strength and Mr Steele's part he was able to survive it and prevail through it. And then we were fortunate to get a set alongs offered for him at the right time. And got his transplant. Done. Very well. Well, Thomas stealing I bring you back in because you know you are lucky in so many ways, including someone else gave this gift. Someone who passed. Could you think about that? Oh, yeah, Lady. It weighs on your mind there too. So you got this gift of life is somebody had to give life away. Forget life taken away from him. That's one thing. I would also one of my preaches and now is also organ donors and stuff because I would never be here unless somebody decided to donate their organs. I think about the family could you know again? It's holiday season and they're having to be without their loved one. As far as that goes, I feel for them As far as that goes well, you know, somebody gave you them. The gift of breath. You know the gift of life, Right? Definitely. And so now you sound like you really want to pass something on here. What do you want to say? We're hearing people are dying in hospitals and South Dakota. And their last words are this is a hoax. There is no cove in 19, their last dying words..

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"shortness breath" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:52 min | 6 months ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"The whole show fucking works on the basis. That is meant to be about a serious right. That was lost his way completely Living will of comedic genius. All of a sudden perfect is absolutely incredible. Show and The you know the the whiskey weeden warren's yvonne thing I a huge fan of warranty bonn is a heck moody's favorite favorite musician. A whiskey weeden and warns eamonn. That's ritual every time. He writes a book winds yvonne. We'll we'll do london Lawyers guns and money you know. He's got a poor poor pitiful. Me anyway You know kind of rebel rebel musician. You would like him because he definitely Is a bad boy. He was a bad way. Died of lung cancer And he didn't know he had you know he was performing gigs. In all of a sudden he felt shortness breath. Winter dr next day and doctor said You know basically you got six months to live at that point. Said he said. I'm going to do an album before i die. I got six months to live. I'm going to put another album out and the album took a year and a half so the moral of that story is You know get a sack you know if the doctor says six months don't pay bill and then we'll give you another six months. Yeah you're done. Yeah send me some some youtube links tuition. Yeah yeah you definitely dig warranty on but south Y z vons linked to that that big. You know big time Keeps coming up. His music is in there and That point where the guy lou lou dies the guy who was living within mansion andy. It comes to me says You know just finished up. The book said hell ritual. You got going there. He said yep. Every time i finish a book whiskey wine and warren ziva. Yeah finishes books. I remember that what he finishes a book in the charlie run as a smoker whiskey and fucking fate the black butter fucker. Charlie would. Yeah so when you do these things you got kids in the house right so when you do these late night things. One o'clock two o'clock in the morning airtime. China be quieted all. Kick people sleeping in a house or you. Don't care you painkillers. Just you know whiskey glass in the kitchen or just resolve the now my little. You're so it's fine. Krieger for good sound his role. Yeah i'm trying to start an online radio station And i i started one on a live. Three sixty five I'm not sure exactly how to hook it into this. That's what i wanna do. That was kind of have a network and get a lot of different podcasters You know involved in supporting each other in kind of giving each other and more of a platform comedy podcasters on. I'm reaching out to a lot of people it's got one of them in the girls from sticks and stones podcast You know trying to get a bunch of people online to have like a real network type of thing where people still you know a get more comedians on there and that kind of stuff. So we'll see about. But i had like an influx of a couple of weeks of a couple of publicists in and People like that got in touch with me and said they wanted people want to be on the on the podcast. So i said sure just let them pick a date and they gave him card plots here his the access. You just pick a date and you'll be on it. And before i knew it. They filled up every day for the next two and a half months like two or three shows days. I need a day off relax. monetary lot shows anyway. Then you need a couple of day. Yeah yeah well this week The powell went down. I had of show monday morning just as the show is about to start. I just powell went completely out here. Like what the fuck. We have in a windstorm at down. Yeah why is down everywhere and so now panicking i like. I got a show to do and no way to contact the guy who's waiting for me now in the green room to tell them. The show's been canceled. Though i like scrambling trying to figure out how to do it on my phone and get in touch with them through there and then had to cancel a bunch of shows. Monday three shelves. Monday or four shows. Monday in two shows yesterday. Yeah finally got the power on back last night. Yeah but still have power lines down in my yard my driveway. So i can't get out of the driveway. I'm still kind of stuck here. Cops caputo now outside of can't walk over the wires in in the united kingdom shit new york new york at Border because i did there was a lot of Thing of a few of the bigger stores in manhattan Kind of boarded up expecting riots. Ripe won't happen until they decide who's going to be president and then we'll see woodside wants to riot so nothing's going to happen until they actually make a choice and who knows when that's going to be and then I don't think there's i don't expect this going to be any rights. But the big thing was last night in front of the white house you had both sides showing up. They had the barricades around the white house. Which is fucking others are in america. Have something like that. We never pictured that a million years and so they had the barricades around there and then the biden people showed up and they were dancing. Of course a lot of minorities and things like that and then you had the white supremacist people trump lineup and they were kind of getting getting ready to celebrate next to each other. It's like that's fireworks. You know so in a way. It's a blessing that can come to a final count last night. 'cause that would've you know one of them would have been celebrating in the other. One would have been pissed off and that's not a good a good place to be. Where if you're trying to avoid violence so maybe maybe not having the answer. Last night worked out in a good way. Abs- front boiler on twitter as yes they will this morning Is a book in sight. Goal fucking bat. Fred denied like fifty to one odds that donald trump was gonna win. So franchi boils said something along. The lines of you know as nice to know that i bet fred had taken odds-on on fascism on my bookie dot com as i mentioned you bet on earth that's insane man but i always thought that was illegal to actually take bets on like political races and stuff but you can do it at mybookie dot com and use the promo code mind but if If my book dot com does back sir nigel. Farage may have used them. Mybookie dot com. All one of the other ones we probably a- ground return or on ebay trump was going to be fucking fresno something. he's got a tank round. Return some botox nigel Some the patent slip. Bet trump and twenty sixteen. You would have been a rich man now from nice money but i want to be the leader of the free worlds. Yeah so but how does it. Our president election really.

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"shortness breath" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Died. I think it's a travesty, so he really took Um, a moment to collect his thoughts and react to this this comment from the president. But he also wasn't willing to play when the campaign when another reporter asked him if he was worried that the medication that the president is taking has impacted his mental health, as some Democrats have suggested he wouldn't go there. He said he wouldn't comment on the president's mental health. And that he wasn't qualified to do that. When, when reporters pressed so he is now responding to the president and looking forward to watching his vice president takes the stage tonight in this vice presidential debate, something that he has experience with having gone through it twice himself. ABC is Molly Nagel covers the Biden campaign. I want to see if we can pull Dr J bought into the conversation one more time, the ABC News Medical contributor internist in Chicago. What about the president's comments? Especially about the anti body cocktail, this experimental drug he was given J. Look, Aaron and you know, I think that this is something that yet still has to be studied. The results so far are on 275 patients that is not detailed and extensive enoughto demon safe to use all across the country, and there are infusion reactions. There are fevers, chills, fatigue and serious symptoms like chest pain, shortness breath that can occur. And so we've got to see this through in terms of how it plays out. Dr J Bots in ABC News Medical contributor Joining us tonight from Chicago, where.

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"shortness breath" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"shortness breath" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

06:17 min | 11 months ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on Nightline

"Tonight the US is seeing its highest number of covid nineteen infections in months, surging to nearly thirty five thousand cases in just one day, and if numbers continue to climb the CDC forecasting, the country could soon see one hundred and fifty thousand deaths by mid-july, also concerning doctors a growing mystery, surrounding patients suffering from symptoms for weeks even months, so called long haulers earlier today. I spoke with Adam Perry a thirty nine year, old actor and dancer, who recently start in frozen on Broadway, healthy and active before his first diagnosis in March. So. Adam today marks more than one hundred days on an off of symptoms for you first of all. How are you feeling today? So there's pretty good. It's a little bit of. In my chest. But it's a better. But you say you've had these relapses that essentially have never stopped. Tell me how it waxes and wanes. Well. I would say that that is the worst of it. Honestly it's. What happens! Is You feel as if you're better and you shake it? You kick the virus. But, then what happens is it reaps in and. I start getting this tightness in my chest, and that's our offing and I'm wearing my responsibility. And then. I. Went where after feet to breathe. So it's extremely uncomfortable, and it's scary and you know it's just. It's kind of a nightmare psychologically because you think you beat it. And, then you have these kinds of episodes that that in scare you all over again, and while much of the country is getting back to business and reopening, and in some ways letting their guard down. You're feeling very passionate about this this week. You posted on facebook. Can you read us that post? Roads. I cried watching the news tonight. Pieces are spiking. The president makes jokes about Corona virus, people, shame, others or wearing masks. The country is making it a partisan issue. I'm on a support group with literal thousands equal pulled Cova long haulers who have an infinite list of autumn's. From having. Sorry. Not Sorry scaring you. I wouldn't wish it on my worst anymore. What inspired you to share that so publicly? I mean. Do you think people aren't taking this seriously enough? That's exactly right. The reason I cried watching the news because I see people getting this virus, am I what I went through with so steering for me and anxiety ridden, and it's just been a nightmare and I. Don't want other people to have to go through that. Adam stay with us on a take a moment and bring in Dr. Daron Sutton Dr Sentence and emergency room. Doctor ABC News Contributor. WHO's working on the front. Lines of COVID crisis Dr Sutton the world. Health Organization says eighty percent of COVID patients recover within two weeks. What is the medical community learning about these so-called long haulers like Adam? Who are now weeks or months into symptoms? To think Adam verse off for telling his story because I think it validates the story. Many who don't see a physician don't have a chance to and still deal with his Co. get nineteen virus. Unfortunately, the truth is that we simply don't know enough. This virus is only six months old and speaking of that eighty percent earlier. We have over two million cases in United States. About one point, six million people who probably have folded or just don't need the immediate era medical provider, and that group of people suffer chronic fatigue, Myalgia, muscle, a mental fog and confusion I've been seeing. These more and more patients were coming in six eight and nine weeks after their initial diagnosis and. And you mentioned that so much of it is unknown, but what are some of the leading theories as to why this is happening and are some of these patients retesting positive? Some theories involved factor the viruses just persisted and the viral particles that after the syndromes persist, and that's what turns has. Other theories involved in fact, our own for your system or immune response is what is causing us to happens on. Many people may not realize the during the height of the of the earth. We had made people who had this viral pneumonia, and that viral pneumonia was attributable to a lot of noon, sell crowding the lungs and causing difficulty breathing. We're probably seeing more that now we're. We're having patients. With this fugitives, this body aches this continue shortness breath, and we're thinking that possibly to be associated with this honored inflammatory response Adam mentioned that the mental strain and the. is almost. Challenging than the physical challenges. This is clearly not a straight line recovery for everyone. To understand how it might deals, if you person walking around able bodied and all of a sudden, all your faculties are gone, and you don't have that ability and anytime that happens whether it happens over a short period or a monkey question that every evocation asked me and the ask themselves. Is this permanent and I? That's very much associated with the ideation that it's really difficult to understand. What will the next look like? Is this my new normal? And if I have to deal with this, how can rearrange look? And those things are really frustrated. Adam. I saw you nodding your head as Dr Sutton was talking as Broadway actor and a dancer. It requires stamina and lung capacity to do your job. Are you worried about getting back into shape and being one hundred percent? Absolutely I. mean the doctor everything the doctor said dot kind of experienced where you know I would wake up one day, and that I was completely back to normal and then the next day I'm just you know three steps back again? A term in terms of my lung capacity I've been trying to build my endurance every day and work my lungs and get them going. It's scary. I mean I've been dancing and singing Broadway for the past twenty years and all of a sudden. I just I don't have the capacity that I had anymore so I'm just trying to stay hopeful for the future that they will get back to normal. Well Adam doctors thank you both for sharing your wisdom and your insights with us be well. Thank you so..

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"shortness breath" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

13:11 min | 1 year ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"And has been for a while in the African American community. You right that. It's the fastest three hours in media. Proof of the first hour can and on the way over to the limbaugh broadcast museum. Sit Tight your locally by. Ib affiliate telling you what's going on where you are and then we will come back and be back before you know it with the second biggest our broadcast you welcome back to the network rush limbaugh great to be with your my friends behind the Golden EIB. Microphone as I guess. Summer now has officially begun even though it doesn't happen on a calendar until June twentieth or twenty first. We're still going to say that summer has begun. Hey Brian did you watch. Did you watch the match on Sunday? Golf Pardon me. You didn't watch the whole thing you the you only wash a little bit of it. What did you think what did you think any of it? What surprised you the most? This is the golf tournament for Covid. Nineteen it was tiger woods and Peyton Manning Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady. What what what. What what what what. What surprised you the most? Go ahead and tell me go ahead and say it don't you. He's saying he was surprised at Tom. Brady was not having as good a day as you thought. He's a six point eight handicap. He's a much better player than what he showed that day. I gotTa start playing in the rain for crying out loud. They're playing in a in a in a monsoon he hasn't played in a long time. He played eighteen holes in the morning because his game has been so bad he played eighteen holes that morning trying to get his game back but man. We have all been there. All of us who play golf. Have all been there on the Kinda Day. Tom Brady had some of us. Have even been there. When it's been televised I had one of the worst rounds of golf in my life. In the in the Bob Hope Chrysler classic like the second or third year with Fuzzy Zeller and I had the shanks or it was just horrible and the media loved the media loved showing every shot going awry. They use the tracer on me when they very rarely used the tracer on amateur in those in those tournaments. Brady had one of those kinds of days. And he's stuck with it and his temperament didn't waver it was You Know Golf will tell you everything you need to know that somebody in pretty much any which way you want to know them but it was. It was a fun event to watch I was. I was surprised that they went ahead and played it in the rain but I guess they had no choice because of all the commitments. Excuse me that had that had been made I got several emails during the first hour with questions about my physical condition. And it's one of the reasons I divulge a whole lot of detail. There are many reasons. Why do that a privacy? Be Media doing investigations. If I were to give you the name for what I have you would not believe. I'm still here after you looked it up. And that's another reason why I'm not divulging. The actual name but one of the interesting emails I got was you have lung cancer. It sounds like you can breathe. Okay folks I occasionally go through shortness of breath. There are measures that so far work alleviate it. But there're days. I can't take five steps without having to stop and sit down and I can't carry anything of of any significant Briefcase When when those episode of shortness breath happening? But we've got a handle on it. We found a way to limit them. In in terms of how often they happen. And what the duration of Of the symptoms are but. Oh Yeah I mean. That's that's one of the classic symptoms of Of what I have but but so far I'm I'm I'm able to function I wouldn't say that I'M I. I can't play golf. I wouldn't be able to do that or any other outsides. What might be considered strenuous or less strenuous activity? Look what I've basically have accepted. Is that during this phase of the treatment and probably the next. I am not gonNa feel what I always thought of as normal and in fact in this whole process last time I felt normal. I told you about it was when we went off the clinical trial drugs after nearly wiped me out and I was off those for nearly three weeks to get them out of my system before starting on the next cycle and during those three weeks and you people have done this along. Exactly what I'm talking about during those three weeks with no treatment meaning meaning no cancer medicine. I felt normal is normal and as good as I can remember feeling so good and so normal I told you about it but I have come to accept that those days are long gone. But that's okay. Everything is about adapting and we humans are the only species that have the ability to adapt to whatever our surroundings our. What do you mean you keep putting? No all I mean is that a parrot cannot build a house to shelter itself from the rain now it can try to shelter itself underneath existing tree branches and leaves support but only humans have the ability adapted guerrilla will never be able to invent air conditioning to make his life better in the jungle. We can we. That's what I mean by adapting so I have this given set of circumstances and I have to adapt to them and partly adaptation is being honest with myself about what I can and can't do and then zeroing in on what I WANNA make sure that I can continue to do that. I liked doing for as long as I can. And that happens to be the purpose of the of the treatment. The purpose of the treatment is to make the patient feel as good as possible for as long as possible. And that's the that's the target. That's the that's the objective. No no no. I never never thought this going to happen to me. Who DOES BUT I guess maybe some people do but but No I never did anyway. I appreciate appreciate all of the The questions and the prayers in the the interest that you've all shown believe me it's over the top it's inspiring just read your notes and get the feedback from all of you. I sincerely and deeply appreciate it. Okay let me get back here to the subject at hand. I've got a series of stories here in the stack of stuff that are really aimed at demonstrating how pretty much everything we've been told here from. The beginning of this is not been true on some of You. Sly sly dogs out there. You've sent me emails. Do you realize when you say this? You're including trump. You're saying trump lied from. No I'm not including trump in it. I guess I could but I think trump was lied to by people. He wanted to believe he was lied to by people he wanted to respect. He was lied to by people he wanted to respect him. Look I know I know the Donald Trump better than some of his close friends know him. I just do do not doubt me on this. I know the President Psychology. I know his not as trained psychologist. I'm just telling I know the guy I know. What motivates him? I know what makes him happy? I know the kind of things that he would hope to have. He didn't want any of this. He fully expected. I'm not making it. He fully expected that a month after he was inaugurated that all this stuff will go by the wayside and the country would unify his experience. New York has been universal love. They loved him when he was on the apprentice. They loved him when he was operating casinos in Atlantic City. They loved him when he was back. Page front page New York Post paid six. They loved him constantly. He got used to it now. Not Everybody in Manhattan. And there's still some rebel reasons so forth but he didn't want any of this and the the the amazing thing is that he wants. It started once. This vitriol wants this hatred once. He realized what they were trying to do to him. He did not change to try to make them go. Away did not change to And Bill and then to their will in order to make it go away. He stood up and took the fight to them. But this in one sense is one of the major disappointments of his life. This whole hoax the The coup it's not a badge honor. I don't care what anybody says. It's not a badge of honor. It ticks you off but it it informed him it alerted him to what he was up against who he was up against and prepared him for doing battle with them and he still is taking it to them and I for one. I'm grateful that he does. I'm grateful that he has not succumb to it. Most people would have by now. Donald Trump didn't even need any of this. Donald Trump had what many people would consider the ideal life. He didn't need to do any of this. Meaning RUN FOR PRESIDENT. Meaning any of this grief. His life could have been perfectly fine an enjoyable without any of this but he did it and then when the excrement show started he hung in there and he is still hanging in there but yeah they continue lying to him. They lied to him about the virus. They lied to him about two point. Two million people might die and it was only because the people talking. To the Creme de la Creme in American healthcare in American disease In in American medicine and he also wanted to believe they were on side despite what he seen from the FBI despite what he's seen from call me despite what he seemed from Muller despite all that in this instance he still wanted to believe that people were on his side that were willing to work because of the nature of this virus and disease and the potential problem but it didn't take him long to figure out what their real objective was their real objective was to get the country shutdown. Get the economy stopped. Keep it shut down as long as possible so that the negative impact on him would be insurmountable. He would not be able to win reelection in November. Once you've figured that out I know many of you were saying. He should have known it from the get-go Navy Not GonNa not GonNa comment on it Remember trump even after all of this is not instinctively political meaning. He's not instinctively ideological. He still looks at all these Democrats. He does not see liberalism. I he sees it at some point as he's assessing them but he sees them as the opposition he sees the as Democrats he sees them as fake news are liars. Or what have you now? Let's get into some of the data here. This is This is John Solomon's website just the news headline. Cdc Corona virus fatality rate could be as low as zero point two six percent.

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"shortness breath" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"You looked it up. And that's another reason why I'm not divulging the actual name, but one of the interesting emails I got. Was You have lung cancer? It sounds like you can breathe okay. Folks. I occasionally go through shortness of breath. There are measures that so far work. Alleviate it. But there're days I can't take five steps without having to stop. And sit down and I can't carry anything. Of of any significant Briefcase! when when those episode of shortness breath happening, but we've got a handle on it. We found a way to limit them. In in terms of how often they happen, and what the duration of Of the symptoms are, but Oh, yeah I mean that's that's one of the classic. Symptoms of Of what I have, but but so far I'm I'm I'm able to function I wouldn't say that I'm I I. CAn't play Golf I wouldn't be able to do that. Or any other outsides. What might be considered strenuous or less strenuous. Activity! Look what I've basically have accepted. Is that during this phase of the treatment and probably the next? I am not gonNA. Feel what I always thought of as normal. And in fact in this whole process last time I felt normal. I told you about it was when we went off the clinical trial drugs. After nearly wiped me out and I was off those for nearly three weeks to get them out of my system before starting on the next cycle, and during those three weeks and you people have done this along exactly what I'm talking about during those three weeks with no treatment. Meaning meaning no cancer medicine. I felt normal. Is Normal and as good as I can remember feeling so good and so normal I told you about it. But I have come to accept that those days are long gone. But. That's okay everything is about. Adapting, And we humans are the only species that have the ability to adapt. To whatever our surroundings our. What do you mean you keep putting? No all I mean is that. A parrot cannot build a house to shelter itself from the rain. Now it can try to shelter itself underneath existing tree branches and leaves support, but. Only, humans have the ability adapted. Guerrilla will never be able to invent air conditioning to make his life better in the jungle. We can we that's. What I mean by adapting so i. have this given set of circumstances and I have to adapt to them. And partly adaptation is being honest with myself about. What I can and can't do. And then zeroing in on what I WANNA. Make sure that I can continue to do that. I liked doing for as long. As I can, and that happens to be the purpose of the of the treatment, the purpose of the treatment is to. Make the patient feel. As good as possible for as long as possible. and. That's the that's the target. That's the that's the objective. No No, no, I never never thought this going to happen to me. Who Does?.

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"shortness breath" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"And has been for a while. In the African American community you right that. It's the fastest three hours in media proof of the first hour already in the CAN. And on the way over to the limbaugh broadcast museum sit tight. Your locally by IB affiliate telling you what's going on where you are, and then we will come back and be back before you know it with the second biggest our. Broadcast. You! Welcome back to the network. Rush, Limbaugh, great to be with your my friends behind the Golden EIB microphone as I guess, summer now has. Officially begun, even though it doesn't happen on a calendar until June twentieth or twenty first. We're still going to say that summer has. Begun. Hey, Brian did you watch? Did you watch the match on Sunday? The Gall. Pardon me. You didn't watch the whole. Thing you the you only wash a little bit of it. What did you think what did you think any of it? What surprised you the most? This is the golf tournament for Covid Nineteen. It was tiger woods. and. Peyton Manning Phil, Mickelson and Tom Brady. What what what? What? What? What? What? What surprised you the most? Go ahead and tell me go ahead and say it don't. You. He's saying he was surprised. At Tom Brady was not having as good a day as you thought. He's a six point eight handicap. He's a much better player than what he showed that day. I. GotTa Start Playing in the rain for crying out loud. They're playing in a in A. In a monsoon. He hasn't played in a long time. He played eighteen holes in the morning because his game has been so bad, he played eighteen holes that morning trying to get his game back. But Man. We have all been there. All of us who play golf have all been there on the Kinda. Day Tom Brady had some of us have even been there when it's been televised. I had one of the worst rounds of golf in my life. In the. In the Bob Hope Chrysler classic like the second or third year with Fuzzy. Zeller and I had the shanks, or it was just horrible, and the media loved. The media loved showing every shot going awry. They, use the tracer on me when they very rarely used the tracer on amateur in those. In those tournaments Brady had one of those. Kinds of days. And he's they stuck with it, and his temperament didn't waver. It was You know golf will tell you everything. You need to know that somebody. In. Pretty much any which way you want to know them. But it was. It was a fun event to watch. I was I was surprised that they went ahead and played it in the rain, but I guess they had no choice because of all the commitments. Excuse me. That had that had been made. I got several emails during the first hour with questions about my. Physical condition. And it's one of the reasons. I I didn't divulge a whole lot of detail. There are many reasons why do that. A privacy be media doing investigations if I were to give you the name for what I have. You would not believe I'm still here. After you looked it up. And that's another reason why I'm not divulging the actual name, but one of the interesting emails I got. Was You have lung cancer? It sounds like you can breathe okay. Folks. I occasionally go through shortness of breath. There are measures that so far work. Alleviate it. But there're days I can't take five steps without having to stop. And sit down and I can't carry anything. Of of any significant Briefcase! when when those episode of shortness breath happening, but we've got a handle on it. We found a way to limit them. In in terms of how often they happen, and what the duration of Of the symptoms are, but Oh, yeah I mean that's that's one of the classic. Symptoms of Of what I have, but but so far I'm I'm I'm able to function I wouldn't say that I'm I I. CAn't play Golf I wouldn't be able to do that. Or any other outsides. What might be considered strenuous or less strenuous. Activity! Look what I've basically have accepted. Is that during this phase of the treatment and probably the next? I am not gonNA. Feel what I always thought of as normal. And in fact in this whole process last time I felt normal. I told you about it was when we went off the clinical trial drugs. After nearly wiped me out and I was off those for nearly three weeks to get them out of my system before starting on the next cycle, and during those three weeks and you people have done this along exactly what I'm talking about during those three weeks with no treatment. Meaning meaning no cancer medicine. I felt normal. Is Normal and as good as I can remember feeling so good and so normal I told you about it. But I have come to accept that those days are long gone. But. That's okay everything is about. Adapting, And we humans are the only species that have the ability to adapt. To whatever our surroundings our. What do you mean you keep putting? No all I mean is that. A parrot cannot build a house to shelter itself from the rain. Now it can try to shelter itself underneath existing tree branches and leaves support, but. Only, humans have the ability adapted. Guerrilla will never be able to invent air conditioning to make his life better in the jungle. We can we that's. What I mean by adapting so i. have this given set of circumstances and I have to adapt to them. And partly adaptation is being honest with myself about. What I can and can't do. And then zeroing in on what I WANNA. Make sure that I can continue to do that. I liked doing for as long. As I can, and that happens to be the purpose of the of the treatment, the purpose of the treatment is to. Make the patient feel. As good as possible for as long as possible. and. That's the that's the target. That's the that's the objective. No No, no, I never never thought this going to happen to me. Who Does?.

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"shortness breath" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"In ill patients and the experience tend to be that attend to calm down immune over activation tends to Calm down Autoimmune Syndromes and. I think that there is a possibility that it may be beneficial in substance. I have never treated someone in substance with excess homes but mechanistically. I think that It may make sense Interestingly the area that a lot of patients have received treatment for sexism's patients with COPD which stands for Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Copd is actually model for the type of Lung Disease Air. Yes that people get when they get the septic syndromes and I'm aware of a large number of case reports of patients who had copd who create either with Ivy X. assumes or with nebulizers homes and there were positive experiences with many of these patients. And I don't know of any negative outcomes and so so so it's a it's a opportunity for for for future treatment and interestingly exercise you can give Iv but you can also nebulizers and the idea of a nebulizer saying that treatment is quite interesting because it's very it's a very I think it's relatively safe and from a cardiovascular experience with these patients potentially a first place to think about trying one of the problems with Sepsis is that these patients are very sensitive because of all of the vascular problems to getting too much fluid and so then being able to do something where they could never realized in a trip and I think is interesting There's a another along. Those lines idea is a concept of Nebula Ami fluid aware of many case reports of people with severe pulmonary infections including COPD who had a positive experience that the final thing that I'm telling you about is that there was a trial that was just published And we'll to Using stem cells that were grown in a lab and then those stem cells in China were given to patients with this illness. And then what happened is is that they were falling. All of these people. had low oxygen saturation weakness shortness breath and pneumonia and they actually all did well and they did better than the people who didn't receive treatment in in full disclosure. I have a culture expanded stem cell program that we treat patients with in Mexico In a fall the legal and compliant manner This is not a United States company. And I'm not suggesting that this is a treatment for Sepsis or for viral illnesses. But we were quite interested in seeing this this research. I think it points to a possibility for a role of regenerative treatments Helping in infectious situations and mechanistically. It's interesting because when stem cells are given HIV. They float around about a lot of them actually get trapped in the lungs The concept is that they are trapped in along with they do is they secrete XS homes. And so it it. Mechanistically makes a fair bit of sense to me that that That treatment could have a beneficial effect on the lungs. And so here. We are what what are the next steps? These are difficult times. Most people are GonNa do very well. some people are going to require a new Nuanced approach but this is a problem. This happening at a global scale. Listening to this talk. I think the takeaways are that The people who get really sick generally have that kind storm. And we've got a variety of ways that we can start to Modulate the over overactive immune responses with supplements that are really beginning to Calmed down by a variety of different ways our immune response I think that there are some provocative Tools that maybe a lot of people in Western medicine are aware of but I think that are at least worth studying and thinking about An primarily ozone but then the regenerative medicine strategies that may have some beneficial effects. And then finally. There are entire new categories of therapies. That are beginning to come online. Like peptides that May Have Senators senator just effects with these other things at a at a high level. I think the optimal treatment is going to come from the combination of all of these strategies and And and in particularly in combination potentially with a drug that has antiviral effects. I think the exciting thing is is that as we get knowledge and information we're able to begin to take matters into our own hands Some people call this biohacking other people call it. Functional medicine other people call and wellness strategies The I think biohacking is a new term when I was in when I was in China. Twenty five years ago Studying acupuncture and Chinese medicine my first foray and integrative medicine they said that everyone went to a Chinese doctor and a Western doctor went to see their grandmother And interestingly a lot of the things we're talking about are probably reminiscent of something that our grandfather mothers might have said to us a hundred years ago But a lot of things we're talking about are at the highest level of technical sophistication that exists on the planet today. So I'm excited to continue this conversation and I look forward to learning more and getting better at taking care of these problems..

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"shortness breath" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"shortness breath" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Cordova. NBC News Radio. I'm Angela Anderson. Strong winds concerning officials monitoring the deadly Wolseley fire in southern California. To people have been killed three. Firefighters hurt Eighty-three thousand acres scorched and two hundred sixty five thousand people evacuated. We thought we were safe because the storm had bone through the wind was going the other way. But then what happened the wind shifted, and then the embers came over in this canyon, which hasn't burned for about seventy five years Santa Anna winds are expected to pick back up at about forty miles an hour, sparking fears that the winds could spread flames and reignite hotspot. The end of World War One be remembered by leaders from across the globe on its one hundred anniversary in France today. Rod seventy leaders today, the armistice ceremony at the octa Triomphe, including President Donald Trump. Looks like the Grinch is stealing Christmas a little early. The movie is number one this weekend knocking bohemian rhapsody out of that spot. Angela Anderson NBC News Radio White House, counselor Kellyanne Conway defending president Donald Trump's appointment of acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker got one hundred percent confidence behind that Whitaker. The deputy attorney general is caught with a superb choice says, quote, he knows the department on ABC's this week Conway said there's no evidence to her that Whitaker knows anything about the ongoing Muller investigation. Several top lawmakers have spoken out against the appointment. Arguing Whitaker is already expressed prejudgment of that investigation. Among them, New York, Senator Chuck Schumer who appeared on CNN state of the union today Schumer says he and house minority leader. Nancy pelosi. You're sending a letter to the chief ethics officer of the Justice department asking him to issue guidelines should Whitaker recuse himself from anything involving Muller he issued guidelines like that with Jeff Sessions, and Jeff Sessions recused himself Whittaker was named as temporary replacement for attorney general Jeff Sessions who was asked by the president to resign last week Representative Elijah Cummings says he has Nancy Pelosi's back, the Maryland democrat made the comments on ABC's this week saying it would be a shame now that we have all of these women coming to congress if they replaced her S speaker of the house and even more so if they replaced her with a man coming says he will vote for Pelosi to be leader. He says she's been battle tested and proven to be a fearless leader. The house of representatives is slated to pick a new speaker after incumbent Paul Ryan announced he would not seek reelection. Democrats won the house in last week's midterm elections. Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry in the hospital after complaining of shortness. Breath following a minutes with Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden in New York after performing with Joel onstage Saturday night, the sixty eight year old Perry went back to his dressing room where he reportedly collapsed. A paramedics worked on him for a while before transporting him to the hospital. Joel was still performing it. Didn't know the emergency was going on. There are reports that Perry is alert today. Angela Anderson NBC News Radio..

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