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10. The Girl Who Is Rushed To The Emergency Room



A CT scan with intravenous contrast was ordered. This was interpreted by the radiologist noting a blind ending. The inflamed appendage is emanating from the small bowel, with an incomplete superior wall and fluid layering in the deep pelvis, concerning for perforated Meckel diverticulum. Surgical consultation was initiated in the emergency department, and the patient was taken to the operating room for an exploratory laparotomy confirming the diagnosis of perforated Meckel's diverticulum. The subsequent pathology report also noted Meckel's diverticulum with gastric heterotopia and feature consistent with perforation and serositis.




10. The Girl Who Is Rushed To The Emergency Room



The students had been told ahead of time that if they needed to, they could leave the assembly early in order to rest or drink water. But after seeing the condition the afflicted students were in after the end of the assembly, the school called for emergency medical services, with paramedics arriving and 10 of the girls being rushed to the hospital for immediate treatment. Luckily, none of them are currently in any danger, and are recovering from the ordeal.


She passed the tube to Julie Gorchynski, a medical resident, who noticed manila-colored particles floating in the blood. At this point, Kane fainted and was removed from the room. Shortly thereafter, Gorchynski began to feel nauseated. Complaining that she was lightheaded, she left the trauma room and sat at a nurse's desk. A staff member asked her if she was okay, but before she could respond she also fainted. Maureen Welch, a respiratory therapist who was assisting in the trauma room, was the third to pass out. The staff was then ordered to evacuate all emergency department patients to the parking lot outside the hospital. Overall, 23 people became ill and five were hospitalized.[2][3] A skeleton crew stayed behind to stabilize Ramirez. At 8:50 p.m., after 45 minutes of CPR and defibrillation, Ramirez was pronounced dead from kidney failure related to her cancer.[2]


Gorchynski denied that she had been affected by mass hysteria and pointed to her own medical history as evidence. After the exposure, she spent two weeks in the intensive care unit with breathing problems. She developed hepatitis and avascular necrosis in her knees. Riverside Coroner's Office contacted Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to investigate the incident. Livermore Labs postulated that Ramirez had been using dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a solvent used as a powerful degreaser, as a home remedy for pain. Users of this substance report that it has a garlic-like taste.[2] Sold in gel form at hardware stores, it could also explain the greasy appearance of Ramirez's body.[2][3] The Livermore scientists theorized that the DMSO in Ramirez's system might have built up owing to urinary blockage caused by her kidney failure.[3] Oxygen administered by the paramedics would have combined with the DMSO to form dimethyl sulfone (DMSO2). DMSO2 is known to crystallize at room temperature, and crystals were observed in some of Ramirez's drawn blood.[2] Electric shocks administered during emergency defibrillation could have then converted the DMSO2 into dimethyl sulfate (DMSO4), the highly toxic dimethyl ester of sulfuric acid, exposure to which could have caused some of the reported symptoms of the emergency department staff.[4] The Livermore scientists postulated on The New Detectives that the change in temperature of the blood drawn, from the 98.6 F (37 C) of Ramirez's body to the 64 F (18 C) of the emergency department, may have contributed to its conversion from DMSO2 into DMSO4. This, however, has not been confirmed.


Deborah Carol Nachman, 37, of Sherman Oaks is scheduled to stand trial April 30 on a misdemeanor charge of failing to treat Veronica Ayala, now 2, when the girl was rushed to the hospital on Dec. 8, 1988.


The requirement of the courts to prove penetration of the vagina is also established to protect the rapist and further victimize the women. The only possible way to prove penetration is through examination of the vagina and detection of sperm. There could not be a requirement in all the cannons of law with more loopholes in it than this one. What if the rapist didn't have an orgasm? There is no sperm but the vagina was penetrated. If we can't with any reliability determine penetration by examination for sperm, then what about the examination of the vagina. Although penetration may be revealed if the female is a young girl who has had no sexual experience, we know from the scientific data of Masters and Johnson that there is no way to prove penetration in a sexually mature woman unless it is done minutes after intercourse. But because the courts hold on to this requirement, women upon reporting a rape are rushed to the emergency room of the local hospital where they are initiated into the post-rape humiliation.


Then, suddlenly lightning struck, taking down both the girl and the horse. Emergency officials arrived and rushed Codi to Charlotte Hungerford Hospital where she was treated for non-life threatening injuries.


At a trial for a crime in which the victim was beaten, evidence that soon after the crime and the arrest of the defendant he was identified by the victim in the emergency room of a hospital was not inadmissible on the ground that the defendant "was not represented by counsel at the time of the identification." [295-297]


Mrs. Williams testified that the defendant and Witt were the men who assaulted and robbed her that night. The defendant and Witt both testified and offered the testimony of numerous witnesses which tended to establish the following alibi. On the night in question the two men, who lived in the same rooming house, were having a party at home. At about 8:30 P.M. they drove to a delicatessen to pick up two girls, after which they stopped at a store to purchase some groceries. The girls remained in the car while the two men did the shopping. They returned to the rooming house at approximate]y 9:30 P.M. Shortly thereafter the defendant, but not Witt, left the party with two guests and returned about fifteen minutes later. He did not leave the party again until about 11:30 P.M.


2. Assignment 3. The defendant was arrested about midnight, Saturday, February 12, 1966. The arresting officer testified, "I advised his rights [sic]. `I am not particulary interested in what you say to me because anything you will say to me now, anything you say to me will be used against you. You can go to the headquarters and use the telephone.' Upon arriving at police headquarters, the defendant used the telephone nine times." The following morning the defendant was taken to the emergency room in


"It is a critical period for a 6-year-old girl lying in an anesthetized sleep on the operating table in von Solbrig Memorial Hospital. Only minutes ago she had undergone two operations, a tonsillectomy and surgical repair of a hernia. But the only other person in the operating room is a $2-an-hour janitor, in his unsanitary working clothes, who has just put down his mop in the corridor outside and rushed in to watch over the young patient at the request of a nurse. . ." NYU Accessibility


After the Navy hospital ship Mercy revisited areas of Southeast Asia that were ravaged by the tsunami in late 2004, polls showed the favorable opinion of the U.S. rose to 87 percent in Bangladesh. When earthquakes devastated Pakistan, American military helicopters rushed emergency relief to thousands of people. The Chinook helicopter quickly became one of the most popular toys in Pakistan, and polls showed that the favorable opinion of Americans doubled. 041b061a72


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