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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:07 min | 4 months ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Plan might be right. For more Californians Learn more at PG dot com slash t O you info. It's 6 51. This is the California report. Good morning. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles in Imperial County in the southeast corner of California. An investigation is underway after an SUV carrying more than two dozen people. Some of whom were citizens of Mexico collided with a big rig yesterday in a rural area about 10 miles from the US Mexico border. 13 people died in the crash, and many others were critically injured. KPBS reporter Man Hoffman reports on the incident and how some survivors were taken to San Diego area hospitals. 25 people were inside a Ford expedition SUV when the crash happened, says CHP division chief Omar Watson. Obviously, that big was not meant for that Many people some forces that that number of people were were put into that vehicle because There's not enough safety restraints to safely keep those people within the vehicle there numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway. As a result of this collision. Four people were airlifted to UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest, while one adult and a minor. We're taking two scripts. Mercy Hospital investigators are working with the Mexican consulate to try and identify everyone. This is not a border patrol pursuit. This is Not a social with reality disease. We're not sure exactly what caused the collision, but there were no was no law enforcement involved with this incident. CHP chief Watson says investigators are working to try and figure out where the SUV was coming from why it was packed with people and what exactly went wrong for the California report. I met Hoffman in San Diego Assemblywoman Sydney, Com. Logar has won a special election to fill a vacant state Senate seat in Los Angeles County. A seat opened up after Holly Mitchell was elected to the L. A County Board of Supervisors in November. The 30th district includes Culver City, Ladera Heights and Westmont and parts of South L. A. Com longer received more than two thirds of the vote, easily surpassing the majority needed to avoid a runoff. Meanwhile, the nomination of California Attorney General Javier Buscetta to be President Joe Biden, secretary of Health and Human Services, faces a crucial vote today in the US Senate as cake media politics editor Scott Shaffer explains Republican efforts to derail the nomination seemed to fall. In short, the Senate Finance Committee is expected to vote on whether or not to forward the Sarah's nomination to the full Senate. Final stop before Bezerra conjoined Biden's Cabinet. Republicans have questioned the Sarah's qualifications and attacked the barrage of lawsuits he filed against the Trump administration as a G. Some conservative senators tried to paint him as an extremist on issues like abortion and Medicare for all but after two confirmation hearings, but Sarah seems likely to be confirmed. And today's vote is the second last hurdle for him to clear Governor Gavin Newsom says he'll name the Sarah's replacement as attorney general. Once he's confirmed for the California report. I'm Scott Shaffer, if confirmed Basada would be the first Latino secretary of health and human services. California was the first state in the nation to require gender diversity and corporate board rooms. Specifically, a 2000 and 18 law requires publicly traded companies to have at least one female director on their board or face a fine So how's the effort to get more women in the board room Going CASERT abused Tara Atrium has this update. Senate Bill 8 26, also known as the Woman on boards measure is one attempt to diversify corporate leadership. In compliance with the law is on the rise. That's according to a new report from the Secretary of state Shirley Weber. 311. Publicly held businesses with an executive base in California have at least one female director on their board. That's nearly all of the corporations that filed a disclosure statement this time around and a jump from the roughly 280 reported last March. Weber, whose office is tasked with tracking compliance, said the increase was important to ensure your quote, equitable economy and inclusive California. But there's a second phase of the law. The companies will have to look ahead to by the end of 2021. They need to up their gender diversity. Even more boards with five directors total will need two women directorates with six or more heads will need at least three women leaders. For the California report. I'm Tara a tree on in Los Angeles. Repairs continue on a section of Highway one on Big serves South Coast. A few weeks ago, a powerful rainstorm washed out both lanes of the scenic highway. That's a lifeline to local residents and critical to tourism. K a Z use. Erica Mahony went to see how repair work is going Since the washout in late January, Caltrans crews have been figuring out how they'll rebuild the section of Highway one. There's a huge gash in the roadway and repairs will cost about $11.5 million. Caltrans will fill the 150 FT. Chasm with dirt and build a new road on top. Kevin Drobinski with Caltrans says, of all the roads on the Central Coast Highway one.

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on KCRW

"For seven Critics Choice Awards, including best picture, Best adapted screenplay and best actor Tom Hanks on demand now It's 6 51. This is the California report Good morning on Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles in Imperial County in the southeast corner of California. An investigation is underway after an SUV carrying more than two dozen people, some of whom were citizens of Mexico collided with a big rig yesterday in a rural area about 10 miles from the US Mexico border. 13 people died in the crash, and many others are critically injured. KPBS reporter Man Hoffman reports on the incident and how some survivors were taken to San Diego area hospitals. 25 people were inside a Ford expedition SUV when the crash happened, says CHP division chief Omar Watson. Obviously, that big was not meant for that Many people some forces that that number of people were were put into that vehicle because There's not enough safety restraints to safely keep those people within the vehicle there numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway. As a result of this collision. Four people were airlifted to UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest, while one adult and a minor. We're taking two scripts. Mercy Hospital investigators are working with the Mexican consulate to try and identify everyone. This was not a border patrol pursuit. This is Not a social with any talent agencies. We're not sure exactly what caused the collision, but there were no was no law enforcement involved with this incident. CHP chief Watson says investigators are working to try and figure out where the SUV was coming from why it was packed with people and what exactly went wrong for the California report. I met Hoffman in San Diego Assemblywoman Sydney, Com. Blogger has won a special election to fill a vacant state Senate seat in Los Angeles County. A seat opened up after Holly Mitchell was elected to the L. A County Board of Supervisors in November. The 30th district includes Culver City, Ladera Heights and Westmont and parts of South L. A. Com longer received more than two thirds of the vote, easily surpassing the majority needed to avoid a runoff. Meanwhile, the nomination of California Attorney General Javier Buscetta to be President Joe Biden, secretary of Health and Human Services, faces a crucial.

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Democracy? Fair World questions? Eight PM tonight. It's here on KQED Public radio, followed at nine by one A. The acclaimed drama Minori was this year's Golden Globe Pick for best foreign language film. It's writer and director Lee Isaac Chung was naturally thrilled. His seven year old daughter was a static This'll months movie club revues, this award winning tale of a Korean American family's journey through rural Arkansas. That's next time on one A have actually semen, Ari. It's a great film. Hopefully you can to Maura about it on 18 tonight. Here it at 9 P.m. on KQED Public radio. This is the California report. Good morning, I'm sold Gonzalez in Los Angeles in Imperial County in the southeast corner of California. An investigation is underway after an SUV carrying more than two dozen people. Some of whom were citizens of Mexico collided with a big rig yesterday in a rural area about 10 miles from the US Mexico border. 13 people died in the crash, and many others are critically injured. KPBS reporter Man Hoffman reports on the incident and how some survivors were taken to San Diego area hospitals. 25 people were inside a Ford expedition SUV when the crash happened, says CHP division chief Omar Watson. Obviously, that big was not meant for that Many people some forces that the number of people were were put into that vehicle because There's not enough save your strange to safely keep those people within the vehicle there numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway. As a result of this collision. Four people were airlifted to UC San Diego Medical Center in Hillcrest, while one adult and a minor. We're taking two scripts. Mercy Hospital investigators are working with the Mexican consulate to try and identify everyone. This was not a border patrol pursuit. This is Not a social with reality disease. We're not sure exactly what caused the collision, but there were no was no law enforcement evolved. But this incident, CHP chief Watson says investigators are working to try and figure out where the SUV was coming from why it was packed with people and what exactly went wrong for the California report. I met Hoffman in San Diego Assemblywoman Sydney Com longer has won a special election to fill a vacant state Senate seat in Los Angeles County. A seat opened up after Holly Mitchell was elected to the L. A County Board of Supervisors in November. The 30th district includes Culver City, Ladera Heights and Westmont and parts of South L. A. Com longer received more than two thirds of the vote, easily surpassing the majority needed to avoid a runoff. Meanwhile, the nomination of California Attorney General Javier Basada to be President Joe Biden, secretary of Health and Human Services, faces a crucial vote today in the US Senate as cake media politics editor Scott Shaffer explains Republican efforts to derail the nomination. Seen their fallen short. The Senate Finance Committee is expected to vote on whether or not too forward but Sarah's nomination to the full Senate. The final stop before Bezerra conjoined Biden's Cabinet. Republicans have questioned the Sarah's qualifications and attacked the barrage of lawsuits he filed against the Trump administration. As a G. Some conservative senators tried to paint him as an extremist on issues like abortion and Medicare for all But after two confirmation hearings, But Sarah seems likely to be confirmed, and today's vote is the second last hurdle for him to clear Governor Gavin Newsom says he'll name but Sarah's replacement as attorney general once he's confirmed for the California report, I'm Scott Shaffer. If confirmed Basada would be the first Latino secretary of health and human services. California was the first state in the nation to require gender diversity and corporate board rooms. Specifically, a 2000 and 18 law requires publicly traded companies to have at least one female director on their board or face a fine So how's the effort to get more women in the board room Going case sort of used Tara Atrium has this update. Senate Bill 8 26, also known as the Woman on boards measure is one attempt to diversify corporate leadership. In compliance with the law is on the rise. That's according to a new report from the Secretary of state Shirley Weber. 311. Publicly held businesses with an executive base in California have at least one female director on their board. That's nearly all of the corporations that filed a disclosure statement this time around and a jump from the roughly 280 reported last March. Weber, whose office is tasked with tracking compliance, said the increase was important to ensure your quote, equitable economy and inclusive California. But there's a second phase of the law that companies will have to look ahead to. By the end of 2021. They need to up their gender diversity. Even more boards with five directors total will need two women directorates with six or more heads will need at least three women leaders. For the California report. I'm Tara a tree on in Los Angeles. Repairs continue on a section of Highway one on Big serves South Coast. A few weeks ago, a powerful rainstorm washed out both lanes of the scenic highway. That's a lifeline to local residents and critical to tourism. K a Z use. Erica Mahony went to see how repair work is going Since the washout in late January, Caltrans crews have been figuring out how they'll rebuild the section of Highway one. There's a huge gash in the roadway and repairs will cost about $11.5 million. Caltrans will fill the 150 FT. Chasm with dirt and build a new road on top. Kevin Drobinski with Caltrans says, of all the roads on the Central Coast Highway one experiences the most large scale damage events. I know that within the last 5.5 years we've spent approximately $200 million Just on the major events. But you're, Pinsky says, repairing it each time is worth.

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"In the I see you at UC San Diego Medical Center well the councilman is joining us now on the cocoa news live line and good morning Sir good morning glad to be with you well my first question is how are you thank you for asking basically I'm getting a little bit stronger every day I think emotionally I'm exceedingly grateful but to be honest obviously it's been it's been quite a month and a quite an emotional ordeal solipsism in fact that there's a lot of folks who weren't as lucky as me that to get wheeled out of the hospital and never will so they're very much on my mind these days let's start at the beginning where did you do you know where you got this I have no idea you know there are theories I as you know I I'm fortunate to chair the California coastal commission so I was traveling in early March through Saturday share hearing up in that part of the California coast and I found out around the same time I traveled through that airport there were a number of TSA agents at all tested positive so that's one theory but in truth it's possible I could have been exposed anywhere because I think it's all of us now there are people who are a symptomatic and can be spreading the virus and not even know it so I have no idea where I was exposed so describe kind of the time line of your symptoms in and how it came on and how it felt it started out like a typical bad cold flu and feeling really crummy and it started when I was up to the coastal hearing up in the bay area and I actually get the Friday morning hearing came back to San Diego early and just you know went home and went to bed and felt like I was coming down with the flu or something and progressively you know I would have more difficulty breathing like spiking fevers and chill and ultimately ended up in the ER a couple of times before being admitted at UCSB and then within twenty four hours of being admitted they intubated many put me on a ventilator because my I was not oxygenating properly and with getting into what they call respiratory distress so pretty scary stuff but I'm very grateful to my care givers and to the folks that you see at the help who basically saved my life spike intervening pretty aggressively in a high risk way no doubt because the statistics about people who go on generators are not good style but in my case I really do believe that that allowed my body to fight off the virus instead of fighting the brief you know we have been talking a lot about ventilators in intubation for somebody who went through it what is it like going in I mean I was very you know very cognizant and sober and aware of the decision that I was sort of giving approval to going in and I knew I was in pretty bad shape so I wasn't really focused on it but the experience of it is you know they basically put you in a medically induced coma and so I don't really recall much about the moments before they I remember a little bit about being wheeled into the intensive care unit I think I remember a little bit when they all came in my room with some equipment and stuff and I kind of remember knowing that whatever was going to go down we're going down right then but I have no memory of of being put under I do have some interesting you know one of the side effects of being intubated like that is because of the medication you can have some interesting hallucination so I have been very fascinating dream for a while but but I'm obviously during the time I was intimidated you know I was asleep and I I do remember of course coming out of it and being in the intensive care unit in the hospital in the weeks that followed I can hear you kind of clearing your throat I mean I'm sure it's going to be a little while before things get back to normal for you yeah my doctors tell me it'll be another couple three weeks it's a it's a process I think you know the difficult thing for a guy like me as you know my breathing is not completely back to normal you know when I was there I lost twenty seven pounds I lost all the muscle mass in my legs I basically had to start learning to kind of stand and walk again now I'm making rapid progress when I first came home over a week ago I could barely walk and I needed help just being held up today I'm going to walk you know they'll take a little baby steps but I'm you know I did about a half a mile the other day I'm up and about you know I'm I'm moving I'm trying to rebuild my strength so the recovery of moving forward but it takes awhile because you know if my doctors told me look anyone who becomes sick with code that your body goes through a tremendous trauma it is that nasty nasty virus that attacks the lungs and does other damage to the body that we really don't understand fully yet well we hope you continue to get stronger and better Chula Vista city councilman Steve Padilla thank you.

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Sepia knows first hand how serious the corona virus is he spent three weeks battling the illness even ended up on a ventilator in the I see you at UC San Diego Medical Center well the councilman is joining us now on the cocoa news live line and good morning Sir good morning glad to be with you well my first question is how are you thank you for acting that way I'm getting a little bit stronger every day I think emotionally I'm exceedingly grateful but to be honest obviously it's been it's been quite a month and the quite an emotional ordeal solipsism the fact that there's a lot of folks who weren't as lucky as me that to get wheeled out of the hospital whenever well so they're very much on my mind these days let's start at the beginning where did you do you know where you got this I have no idea you know there are theories I as you know I I'm fortunate to chair the California coastal commission so I was traveling in early March through Saturday it sure hearing up in that part of the California coast and I found out around the same time I traveled through that airport there were a number of TSA agents at all tested positive so that's one theory but in truth it's possible I could have been exposed anywhere because I think it's all of us know there are people who are a symptomatic and can be spreading the virus and not even know it so I have no idea where I was exposed so describe kind of the timeline of your symptoms and and how it came on and how it felt what started out like a typical bad cold flu and feeling really crummy and it started when I was up in the coastal hearing up in the bay area and I actually get the Friday morning hearing came back to San Diego early and just you know went home and went to bed and felt like I was coming down with the flu or something and progressively you know I would have more difficulty breathing I'd spiking fevers and chill and ultimately ended up in the E. are a couple of times before being admitted at UCSB and then within twenty four hours of being admitted they intubated and put me on a ventilator because my I was not oxygenating properly and we're getting into what they call respiratory distress so pretty scary stuff but I'm very grateful to my care givers and to the folks that you see at the help who basically saved my life spike intervening pretty aggressively in a high risk way no doubt because the statistics about people who go on generators are not good style but in my case I really do believe that that allowed my body to fight off the virus instead of fighting to breathe you know we have been talking a lot about ventilators in intubation for somebody who went through it what is it like going in I mean I was very you know very partisan and sober and aware of the decision that I was sort of giving approval to going in and I knew I was in pretty bad shape so I wasn't really focused on it but the experience of it is you know they basically put you in a medically induced coma and so I don't really recall much about the moments before they I remember a little bit about being wheeled into the intensive care unit I think I remember a little bit when they all came in my room with some equipment and stuff and I kind of remember knowing that whatever was going to go down we're going down right then but I have no memory of of being put under I do have some interesting you know one of the side effects of being integrated like that is because of the medication you can have some interesting hallucination so I have been very fascinating dream for awhile but but I'm obviously during the time I was intimidated you know I was asleep and I I do remember of course coming out of it and being in the intensive care unit in the hospital in the weeks that followed I can hear you kind of clearing your throat I mean I'm sure it's going to be a little while before things get back to normal for you yeah my doctors tell me it'll be another couple three weeks it's a it's a process I think you know the difficult thing for a guy like me as you know my breathing is not completely back to normal you know when I was there I lost twenty seven pounds I lost all the muscle mass in my legs I basically had to start learning to kind of stand and walk again now I'm making rapid progress when I first came home over a week ago I could barely walk and I needed help just being held up today I'm going to walk you know they'll take a little baby steps but I'm you know I did about a half a mile the other day I'm up and about you know I'm I'm moving on trying to rebuild my strength so the recovery is moving forward but it takes awhile because you know my doctors told me look anyone who becomes sick because of that your body goes through a tremendous trauma it is that nasty nasty virus that attacks the lungs and does other damage to the body that we really don't understand fully yet well we hope you continue to get stronger and better Chula Vista city councilman Steve Padilla thank you so much for your time this morning Ted Garcia koco news this report is sponsored by mothers against drunk driving there are no collisions reported on local freeways right now with Caltrans working in Mira mesa interstate fifteen northbound between Carroll canyon road near mesa Boulevard you'll find the three left lanes are blocked out for road work that is continuing until six o'clock this morning I'm Erik Roy was San Diego traffic for victims of drunk.

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Will what happened and the reality is we don't know the reality is we have to continue to assess our progress we have some work to do in the six areas in building up our capacity building up our infrastructure building up our ability to comply with each of those and then we will move out the guidance and direction of our public health experts in close coordination with the state of California and more coming up from the governor in just a second because California will continue those orders here the governor saying today there's no official timeline what to ask again in two weeks of the fifty three people who have died during the outbreak in San Diego fifty one had underlying medical conditions fifty three deaths represent two point seven percent of the total number of cases which is a little higher than maybe reported in other jurisdictions it may be a measure of the cases that are in the community that we're not counting and not being able to detect through testing all but two of these cases had underlying medical conditions Dr Eric McDonald county health department saying the six new deaths announced today were for patients who range in age from sixty three to one hundred of the fifty three who have died well the two had underlying medical conditions president trump says he'll be talking to the governors of all fifty states next week to get there plans to re open each individual states during the shut down I will then be authorizing each individual governor of each individual state to implement a re opening I had a very powerful re opening plan of their state the president saying some states which have not been hit as hard could be back up and running by the end of the month governor Gavin Newsom isn't built six key indicators for California's decision to possibly re opened down the line science what public health not politics must be the guide governor Newsom says the state needs to expand testing and tracing and the state needs to be ready to address a search if it happens that means making sure hospitals and healthcare systems are ready and he wants to make sure the elderly and the homeless are protected protecting the most vulnerable populations in the state of California from infection and spread additionally he says they want to develop therapeutics to meet the demand he says the stated his task force which she will name this week we'll look at the floor plans of businesses to keep physical distancing in place once the orders are east Maryland Haidar cocoa news following the governor's announcement city or county fair announced to be canceled the twenty twenties summer because the coronavirus Timothy Fennell the CEO the del Mar fairgrounds anybody trying to a smaller event in the fall the giants for the governor to a wooden movie full of vent to next year we're looking at maybe you know if things loosened up a little bit and we can do some things in the fall we may even have a fall festival wouldn't be to the magnitude of the annual fair but you know maybe a week shorter maybe some entertainment some rides and food but stand by you know let's see what happens the sole skills in your county fair had been scheduled for June fifth to July fifth of this year so the move to next year coming up next we'll hear from the governor in his full statement today on possibly re opening California but no timeline was given when asked he said he had to wait two weeks before it even starts being considered for the after sailor died on the feudal Roosevelt aircraft carrier or from the corona virus for more sailors now or in the hospital including one was in the ICU nearly six hundred crew members have tested positive for in the former captain more than four thousand moved off the ship into housing on Guam private homes or hotels and the San Diego based navy hospital ship it's in LA now is not breaking the virus the U. S. navy confirms seven medical treatment facility crew members on the mercy hospital should have tested positive for covert nineteen however they also say this will not impact their ability to receive patients on the ship or treat the ones they have as of Friday the ship had just fifteen patients the medical workers who tested positive are isolated off the ship and those who were in close contact with them are also in quarantine off of the ship all of them have tested negative except for one person a crew member who is counted among the seven miss Jessica Rosenthal told a city councilman Steve Padilla the chair of the California coastal commission knows first hand how serious the corona viruses he spent three weeks battling the illness even end up in a ventilator I see you the UC San Diego Medical Center twenty seven pounds I lost all the muscle mass in my legs to move this to city councilman Steve Padilla on the road to recovery but it's been filled with bumps he said he was traveling in the bay area about three weeks ago and started feeling sick not like I was coming down with the flu or something and progressively you know I would have more difficulty breathing like spiking fevers and chill and ultimately ended up in the E. are a couple of times before being admitted at UCF the and then within twenty four hours of being admitted they intubated and put me on a ventilator because my I was not oxygenated properly he says he's got about another three weeks of recovery and wants people to take this illness very seriously Ted Garcia cocoa news and follow like many businesses before the outbreak a wallet company in National City the same thing for years to all came to a halt as the rolling over they have turned a service health care workers across the country have said there's a shortage of personal protective equipment this sparked the National City based wallet maker to transform its warehouse in order to make face masks that are factory down for a couple weeks and getting that call for you know for us for our employees and then we decided we could help with the map shortage by getting a small donations so we decided to make a thousand maps for donation get our employees back working that's Bridget Muscat who runs the company with her brother Adam and while those one thousand must turn it over thirty thousand in little over a week this is largely due to their donation program where if you buy a two pack they donate to you and you can participate at all let dot com that's wallets with no W. into.

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Breaking Dr Fauci on re opening a Maryland Haidar the government's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says the U. S. still lacks critical testing and other procedures needed to begin re opening the nation's economy he tells the Associated Press easing off strict social distancing roles would be on a rolling basis around the country he says locality should be prepared to see new call that nineteen cases when that happens and act quickly to contain them new York's governor Andrew Cuomo's is it appears his state is past the peak of cases although the death toll is nearing eleven thousand governor Phil Murphy says the rates of spread of covert nineteen are slowing in the curve is beginning to flatten in New Jersey governor Newsom is coordinating with the governors in Washington state and Oregon about when our region will re open and you will hear the governor live at noon on kogo Chula Vista city councilman Steve Padilla knows first hand how serious the viruses he spent three weeks battling the eldest and ended up on a ventilator in the I see you at UC San Diego Medical Center you know when I was there I lost twenty seven pounds I lost all the muscle mass in my legs Chula Vista city councilman Steve Padilla on the road to recovery but it's been filled with bumps he said he was traveling in the bay area about three weeks ago and started feeling sick not like I was coming down with the flu or something and progressively you know I would have more difficulty breathing like spiking fevers and chills and ultimately ended up in the E. are a couple of times before being admitted at UCF the and then within twenty four hours of being admitted they intubated and put me on a ventilator because my I was not oxygenated properly he says he's got about another three weeks of recovery and wants people to take this illness very seriously Ted Garcia cocoa news experts from the World Health Organization say it is still unclear whether recovered patients have you minority from being infected by the virus for a second time Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and New York representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez are demanding FEMA pay for funerals of covert nineteen victims as they did during the aftermath of hurricane sandy former president Obama has thrown his support behind Joe Biden's presidential bid Obama posting a video on his Twitter page officially endorsing his former vice president choosing joy to be my vice president was one of the best decisions I ever made many became a close friend and I believe Joe has all the qualities we need in a president right now he's someone whose own life has taught him how to persevere how to bounce back when you've been knocked down Bernie Sanders who dropped out of the race last week is also endorsing Biden cocoa news time eleven oh two on Wall Street the Dow up five fifty six at twenty three thousand nine forty seven now let's check your real time traffic what is the world working downtown this has the ramps from the one sixty three of the five closed until about two this afternoon and wrote with all of these seventy eight first Civic Center with the on ramp closed again from farm to woodland parkway.

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And was on the managers treat your workers fairly and do not require them to risk their own health and safety in the course of doing their jobs Amazon said the reason injury rates are so high is that the company takes an aggressive stance on recording injuries no matter how big or how small Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. there is a new case of the corona virus in California this morning this time in San Diego KP Kay's Jack Cronin has an update one of the evacuees from the first flight landed the Miramar marine base in San Diego from Wuhan China last Wednesday it's not tested positive for the corona virus the adult was taken the UC San Diego Medical Center for observation the CDC test came back positive for the virus they're in good condition in isolation at the hospital overall nine people from those two flights last week have been taken in for testing six came back negative two are still waiting for results but the first patient not tested positive for the virus in San Diego Jacquelyn news ninety three point one K. B. K. voting is underway at this hour in New Hampshire the early results from some of the most recent polls indicate that Bernie Sanders is expected to win in New Hampshire today now governor Gavin Newsom says that his fellow governors who are Democrats are nervous about that possibility that Bernie Sanders could win the presidential nomination for their party Newsome made that statement during an appearance on national television on the view TV show it is our featured audio clip this hour I was just at the national governors association this is not comfortable for me to say but talking all the governors last forty eight hours there's deep anxiety that were not publicly communicating around what is potentially emerging as a Bernie Sanders ascendancy with the little bit worn wing of the party and the prospects as you were mentioning last segment that Bloomberg moves into that and you're in a place of civil war it's not my point of view per se but it is the anxiety that is I think spoken very much universally spoken but not publicly so Newsome goes on national television yesterday and makes the announcement that he met behind closed doors with a whole bunch of governors who are Democrats and they're all nervous about Bernie Sanders yes and it is interesting that he called it he said the ascendancy Bernie Sanders but he called it the Elizabeth Warren wing of the party it was very interesting she's not doing as well as him no he's not shown on now she's not so today and this kind of maybe shows where Democrats are are thinking in terms of national late today California's assembly Majority Leader in Calderon endorsed Mike Bloomberg we did you did okay yeah and also Senate Majority Leader Bob Hertzberg in this state announced his support for Mike Bloomberg last week so we're beginning to see leadership within the Democratic Party coalescing behind Michael Bloomberg right and hand in ours to state houses yes it speaks to two things number one fear Bernie Sanders which is high we've just outlined that but number two maybe a lack of confidence in people to judge what would a judge is a very popular in California he's in and out all the time in fact he'll be here I think this Friday Friday for an event but there was an interesting piece of video that came out of Iowa it was a woman at the at the caucuses she's talking to a booted judge add supporter and she did not know that Pete but a judge was gay okay and the supporter informs her and she changed her vote because he's gay right this is a Democrat you know he's been asked about that whether not America's ready for gave president and I he said yeah absolutely and wall of course right but I think he said his response was I hope so mmhm but you you couple that with he's thirty eight years old right he struggles with the African American vote and he is the mayor of a small town so it doesn't have like a governorship behind him in terms of experience but he does have a lot of stuff that appeals broadly in the Midwest I'm in the military experiences moderate he's moderate on business particularly so that'll be interesting but it looks like they're saying Bloomberg is their guy a lot of leadership within the Democratic Party here the top national stories a news ninety three point one KFBK.

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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02:24 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Opposes any restrictions on abortion and supports federal funding of abortion Tamayo's senator Carl Tamayo support a woman's right to choose no wonder Tamayo said I'm also willing to take on tea party Republicans who have a social agenda that I don't believe the future of our country and called my his attacked president trump and meeting on Twitter I called Donald Trump a disgusting pig the end of my said might have someone as unpopular and we're active as Donald Trump went into my proclaimed my job isn't to support Donald Trump there's a better choice Darryl isa well isa has been endorsed by national right to life and we'll stand with president trump under a licence candidate for Congress and I approve this message paid for by isa for Congress from the studios of music the local then he does talk and breaking news it is A. M. seven sixty case of the coronavirus I'm seven sixty validly that's one of the stories we're following I could go to the five to fifteen no accidents response of a mercury insurance for their great service and amazing low rates mercury insurance truly has you covered get a fast free quote today at mercury insurance dot com to see how much you can save another case of the corona virus has been confirmed in southern California and evacuee from China who tested positive for the disease has been isolated at UC San Diego Medical Center they were aboard the first flight that landed Wednesday at Miramar marine corps air station Miramar San Diego city employees have got the go ahead on a parking and pedestrian project in Balboa park the city council unanimously voted to move forward with the first phase of the one point two million dollar project it's called the Balboa park palisades phase one project Ferron forty eight at Lindbergh field AM seven sixty talking breaking news now it's Armstrong and Getty strong and get Jack gosh nobody does it better we don't want to yeah I apologize for that go.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Candidates running against him in a week and insisted Republicans have more enthusiasm than those trying to oust him I'm Stephen Portnoy in Manchester now with more CBS news here's Deborah Rodriguez there is a new case of corona virus in the U. S. the thirteenth reported infection is in southern California in someone who come from Wuhan China CBS's Johnny Fernandez the person was aboard the first flight of returning American citizens to lane in San Diego last Wednesday the patient is being treated in isolation I UC San Diego Medical Center in the U. K. they're giving police unprecedented powers to force people into quarantine like to London and correspondent Vicki Barker those measures enacted after one of the ninety three people quarantined at a British hospital threatened to abscond health officials warn the virus is now a serious and imminent threat here after two medical practices were forced to close one to doctors tested positive they're among eleven people now known to have been infected by a single so called super spreader who caught the virus at a conference in Singapore and apparently passed on before showing symptoms Deborah the military is reporting a more than fifty percent jump in the number of traumatic brain injury cases from last month's Iranian missile attack on a base in Iraq correspondent Kathy McCormick is at the Pentagon there have been forty five new cases since the last report number in one hundred nine now the Pentagon is stressing that nearly seventy percent of return to duty but at least five are still being evaluated and more than twenty have been returned to the US for treatment eighty five years after plural marriage was outlawed in Utah there's a push to get rid of the threat of jail time K. U. T. V.'s Markel bell lawmakers proposed a bill that would make bigamy.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"More enthusiasm than those trying to oust him I'm Stephen Portnoy in Manchester now with more CBS news here's Deborah Rodriguez there is a new case of corona virus in the U. S. the thirteenth reported infection is in southern California in someone who come from Wuhan China CBS's Johnny Fernandez the person was aboard the first flight of returning American citizens to lane in San Diego last Wednesday the patient is being treated in isolation I UC San Diego Medical Center in the U. K. they're giving police unprecedented powers to force people into quarantine live to London and correspondent Vicki Barker those measures enacted after one of the ninety three people quarantined at a British hospital threatened to abscond health officials warn the virus is now a serious and imminent threat here after two medical practices were forced to close went to doctors tested positive they're among eleven people now known to have been infected by a single so called super spreader who caught the virus at a conference in Singapore and apparently passed on before showing symptoms Deborah the military is reporting a more than fifty percent jump in the number of traumatic brain injury cases from last month's are wrong in missile attack on a base in Iraq correspondent Kathy McCormick is at the Pentagon there have been forty five new cases since the last report number in one hundred nine now the Pentagon is stressing that nearly seventy percent of return to duty but at least five are still being evaluated and more than twenty and then return to the US for treatment eighty five years after plural marriage was outlawed in Utah there's a push to get rid of the threat of jail time K. U. T. V.'s Markel bell lawmakers proposed a bill that would make bigamy and infraction and not a felony it would however keep harsher penalties for crimes sometimes link to the practice of all is the argue the measure one do much to help victims of abuse in polygamist communities this is CBS news the CBS world.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"A second flight from the heart of the corona virus outbreak landed at MCAS Miramar this morning the flight from Wuhan China arrived here in San Diego mid morning news a tabby offered spoke with the teacher who is quarantine on the base right now Columbus Ohio retired English teacher John the chorus Skype's with us from his room at MCAS Miramar with the CDC has quarantined him and one hundred and sixty one other passengers their father people here but all they break there and try to be positive five others were transported to the hospital for evaluation and testing for the coronavirus whether in isolation Macquarie things for peace of mind they haven't announced when someone is hospitalized there was another friend I haven't seen her for a couple days some sort of wondered if she's she she was taken away the CDC reports that affect the adult passenger was transported to UC San Diego Medical Center on Thursday they've either had a fever a cough or in contact with someone who has corona virus all of the passengers are required to stay in their quarters on base for fourteen days an investigation continues today at a cost today or home where an apparent overdose left a man dead and a stabbing left a woman hospitalized the woman told deputies she and her boyfriend had been drinking alcohol and arguing all day before he stabbed her with a knife she also told deputies that she and the man had ingested oxy code own the man was pronounced dead at the scene the woman was taken to a hospital with non life threatening injuries you probably didn't know how dangerous it is being around pizza but the numbers don't lie your CBS news Dever Rodriguez for.

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Title Djokovic is an astounding eight for aid in Australian Open finals is parks and Tony fills record of predicting winter weather is good anticipation for his emergence they had the people of god there's not been parks attorney Pennsylvania singing and dancing in the streets Phil heard this and promptly predicted in early spring for the second year in a row the first time ever that he is gone back to back this is CBS news zoom video conferencing featuring video and audio clarity would screen sharing free accounts are available in zoom dot U. S. that soon dot U. S. zoom video conferencing hi during surgery hi Aymeric Roy that's one of the stores were falling on him seven fifty eight hundred patients are suing the UC San Diego Medical Center in federal court claiming the hospitals and if these young just was high on federal during surgery attorney Eugene Iredell tells news eight that Dr Bradley Hey was addicted to federal which he stole from the hospital a amply shooting up in hospital bathrooms between three and five times a day doctor he has lost his medical license UCSD would not comment tomorrow San Diego city council will hash out budget priorities for the fiscal year that starts July first Monday's council meeting starts at two PM and the sheriff's department will be foot patrols this afternoon on the look out for Superbowl party people who party too much before getting behind the wheel microclimate forecast sunny this morning partly cloudy and breezy later right now fifty three degrees at Lambert field and said you guys need is now twenty three and after rallying pass Utah state eighty to sixty FPS are really yes there's also retired calendars number fifteen Jersey at halftime aim seven sixty KFMB talk breaking news the following program is a paid advertisement and the opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of KFMB the following is a paid advertisement brought to light purity products these.

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"His time so the first that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a man who was heading to jail charged with attempted murder will now face several more charges after he tried to escape from UC San Diego Medical Center Saturday night police say the twenty six year old suspect said he had to use the restrooms and tried to make a break for it that led to a fight which prompted the biggest security response firefighters Sunday night were on the scene of a recycling center in Miramar which went up in flames shortly after eight PM the union Tribune reports large piles of plastic complicated the fire fighting but crews got most of the fire out in thirty minutes as of Sunday night the marina fire in Ventura county was seventy percent contained by firefighters working and Steve conditions with acreage holding it just over ninety four hundred about eight thousand people were evacuated those orders were lifted Saturday afternoon right now at Lindbergh field clear fifty four degrees AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news well I guess we have gone and run out of weekend because here it is again the dreaded Monday morning well at least we have first life from Westwood One hello there at the bottom of the news still getting ready to push that news rocked back up to the top again we begin in Washington where impeachment talk is ratcheting up and even with Congress on vacation again impeachment enquiring testimony continues for cast is a bit chilly in sports everybody say the patriots after their first loss Asia movie all over again another terminator movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton yes I am not kidding some of what is ahead in our first half hour this morning Monday's first line it is seven minutes past the hour.

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06:37 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric mill moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're in tag amazing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the sound okay. I'm trying to picture Hugh and the hospital where the crab in X. Machine device and you are dangling dead crabs and heck's bug robots. I mean if if anyone had put their head in the door they would've thought this was really quite extraordinary and that's actually exactly what we were doing and it looked pretty pretty funny. We also of course had all of our like x Ray Protective Equipment on yeah. It was a pretty it was pretty wild scene. What does it mean for you to find to figure this out. This is really amazing zing because again this sound for us. Christine Biologists is so common we hear the crabs making the situation sound with their claws all the time but to hear it when their claws aren't moving was just totally wild. I was pretty blown away room. So now you've found out their stomachs can communicate MHM gets that they're communicating with their stomachs. This means that this behavior that is so important for them for defending territory and fighting with other crab this actually frees up their claws for them to still be able to make the sound with a different part of their body but then they can use their claws doing other things like fighting crabs. Perhaps and that kind of thing would fierce creatures. These are yeah. It's really neat and we actually think because so many Christians have this gastric mill. It's a highly possible that there are a lot of other animals that are doing this and we just haven't discovered it yet. Need Further Terese thank you. Yes thank you so much for by the High Professor Maya degrees a post doc fellow at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the CO author of a new study crab communication. It was published this week in the proceedings of the Royal Society. We reach professor degrees in sea ranch. California.

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Ghost crabs 'growl' from their stomachs, scientists find

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04:53 min | 1 year ago

Ghost crabs 'growl' from their stomachs, scientists find

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric mill moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're in tag amazing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the

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"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric Mo- moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're antagonizing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the sound okay. I'm trying to picture Hugh and the hospital where the crab in X. Machine device and you are dangling dead crabs is and heck's bug robots. I mean if if anyone had put their head in the door they would've thought this was really quite extraordinary and that's actually exactly what we were doing and it looked pretty pretty funny. We also of course had all of our like x Ray Protective Equipment on yeah. It was a pretty it was pretty wild scene. What does it mean for you to find to figure this out. This is really amazing zing because again this sound for us. Christine Biologists is so common we hear the crabs making the situation sound with their claws all the time but to hear it when their claws aren't moving was just totally wild. I was pretty blown away room. So now you've found out their stomachs can communicate MHM gets that they're communicating with their stomachs. This means that this behavior that is so important for them for defending territory and fighting with other crab this actually frees up their claws for them to still be able to make the sound with a different part of their body but then they can use their claws doing other things like fighting crabs. Perhaps and that kind of thing would fierce creatures. These are yeah. It's really neat and we actually think because so many Christians have this gastric mill. It's a highly possible that there are a lot of other animals that are doing this and we just haven't discovered it yet. Need Further Terese thank you. Yes thank you so much for by the High Professor Maya degrees a post doc fellow at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the CO author of a new study crab communication. It was published this week in the proceedings of the Royal Society. We reach professor degrees in sea ranch. California.

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02:37 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego medical center" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The coast swimmers and surfers are reminded not to go in the water right now, new states Netto rapport has more from del. Mar certainly we had wet roads out here. And yes, but along the coast sign as those cells really did cover over the shore. But the good news is I've only seen one surfer. So yes, summer surfers advised to stay out of the water until at least three days after the storm passes. And it doesn't look like too many people are going in. It's better to just look don't touch right now because bacteria levels are high due to that ocean run runoff major flooding has been reported on the Coast Highway and El Camino riyal up in oceanside to people are recovering after being rescued off the coast of ocean side by the coast guard due to the rough seas the thirty five foot sailboat. Julia Louis put out a distress call about thirty miles out to sea and eighty. Year old man suffered a head injury. When he stumbled and fell a twenty four year old woman who passed out from some type of medically -mergency possibly a drug overdose and became gravely ill after being arrested in university city last week died in a hospital today. Elliott Jenkins was pronounced dead at UC San Diego medical center nine days after being taken into custody for possession of methamphetamine now. Here's Bill Holland. He has the latest from Wall Street stocks in just a bit lower today. Still looking oversold this after recovering eighty five percent of an early computer driven very using a tariff tantrum as a handy excuse but hedge fund liquidation tax transactions. They all painted the tape, and there's chicken Littles had their say that data points to solid economic growth ear they should wide and we entered one hundred seventy nine thousand private sector jobs last month. We get jobs data tomorrow. The Holland damn seven sixty. I can't be now here's news aids. Carry lane with your micro-climate forecast. Rain picking up this afternoon and will continue into the evening hours. We could even see if you pop up thunderstorms today once this rain passes which by tomorrow morning, we should start to see some clearing. We're actually going to dry out and warm up just in time for the weekend for seven sixty. I'm news aids. Carry lane right now, it's cloudy and fifty nine and Sanita. It's still the talk of the town today. The US de Terreros went into VA hospice arena last night and beat the Aztecs seventy three to sixty one to capture the city championship. There's more print wearable coming up AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. Hey, Mark Larson here. Join us in supporting the warrior foundation radiothon going on all day tomorrow. We're into it. Now,.

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