Archive for March 2nd, 2012
» posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 at 3:56 pm by
A few nice knee pain children images I found:
Blunsdon 1968 – Not that happy
Image by theirhistory
The last chance of a Primary school photo before the school finishes for the summer, next stop the senior school in the next town.
The local children at this school had never met a child that had a darker shade of skin, they could not believe I was born in London – So much for village life.
It was here that I was taught a new word ‘Daps’, in real english – plimsolls.
One of the masters, unable to find the school cane one lunchtime decided to use the 3 foot board ruler on us instead, the three hits we each got looked more like six hits due to the square edges on the sides, the pain was about the same as the cane.
Arriving at the very end of the school year, I found that schools in this area still had the 11 Plus exam, I knew I would not have any chance of passing it, but to be fair I was allowed to take it, the only problem was that I had to sit it whilst normal lessons were going on around me, after the results and the summer holidays. I jouned the majority of my year at the local Secondary Modern in the town a few miles away, where it seemed the only reason for going was to use up your time before you could leave school at 15.
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» posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 at 3:50 pm by
Question by Aecutie8504: Mild chest pain for 22year old woman?
I’m 22 and today around noon time i started getting mild chest pains. The pain was dull and felt deep in my chest. Before i got the pain…like 4 hours or so before…my left hand got extremely tingly for no reason. I’ve been sick off and on for about 3 months but the doc told me it was either a strong flu bug or a virus that i can’t get rid of for more than a few days. I take vitamins every day to help out my immune system. But now i’m concerned about the chest pain….any ideas?
Don’t worry ealallen i’m not going to sue anyone for diagnosing me. I’m just trying to get an outside opinion on what i should do…wait or have it checked out.
Forgot to add that since i got sick 3months ago i’ve lost about 15lbs…i’m 126lbs and 5’4”. I also just noticed that the veins in my hands are pushing up against my skin and now they are right at the surface. I normally have very very deep veins in my hands and arms. There isn’t one person who’s started an IV on me that got it on the first try….
Answer by beardo73
See a doctor if it continues. Try some aspirin.
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» posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 at 2:08 pm by
Check out these under foot pain images:
11.302 – agony under foot
Image by Sean Garrett
» posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 at 11:58 am by
Question by queenofsiberia: What are levels of trauma and how does a hospital determine to be a certain trauma level?
Like Level one trauma, Level two, Level 3 and Level four..I don’t there’s a level five?
I watch Discovery health channel and they have shows on there, one happens to be Level One Trauma and they also have Trauma in the ER. Its so fast paced and yet scary but is interesting all at the same time to watch and learn how one assess a patient and handles the method of care. Thanks for answering.
Answer by Monika
The levels of trauma are in place to prioritise the order in which the patients are to be seen. Meaning that as a nurse you need to have the skills to decide who is the MOST important patient that needs to be seen by a doctor next. In my country being a trauma 1 means you need to be seen fairly quickly, trauma 5 means last priority. There is no “first in first served” policy in an ER, and this is often the thing that gets patients riled. For instance; If you’ve been waiting 5 hours for your broken rib to be seen to it’s going to be an even longer wait if 2 heart attacks, 1 asthma attack, and 1 head injury come in in the meantime.
Another way of looking at the situation is this – ask yourself “who is likely to die first if they don’t receive treatment?” Not the broken rib that’s for sure….
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» posted on Friday, March 2nd, 2012 at 4:08 am by
Question by : foot/toe pain………?
so i’m a runner and am training for cross country this summer, so i’ve been doing quite a bit of running. lately i’ve been having this foot pain, kind of by my toes, the big one especially. it’s on the top part, like where my joints are. i went to the doctor and he thinks it is a stressed ligament. i’m really angry about taking all this time off from running though. i actually limp when i walk too. does anybody have any advice for me, or have you ever had this problem? any help would be appreciated. thanks so much in advance.
Answer by lestermount
If the pain is causing you to limp when you walk this can be a very serious problem.
You can not run when the pain causes you to alter your gait.
You can swim or run in deep water or bike but do not run.
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