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Post by eddie on Fri May 31, 2019 11:03 pm

Constipated woman strained so hard she ‘lost ten years of memories’
A woman with constipation strained so hard on the toilet that she lost ten years of memories. The woman in Hong Kong says she suffered an eight-hour “mental blackout”. A doctor explained: “If you are physically pushing very hard, you could cut off blood supply to the brain.”

Dove stops driver getting speeding ticket
A dove helped a driver avoid a speeding fine in Germany. The bird flew across the motorist’s side of the car at the moment they were snapped speeding, meaning he or she could not be identified. The driver avoided a speeding ticket fine of €105 (£93). Sharing the incident on Facebook, police in Viersen said the “Holy Ghost” may be responsible.

Man has acid trip after cleaning LSD-coated keyboard
A man who cleaned an old synthesiser got more than he bargained for when he wiped a curious-looking deposit stuck under one of its knobs. He felt a tingling on his finger as he scraped it off, but that was only the beginning. He then went on an eight-hour trip because the substance turned out to be LSD.

Bike shop workers burn down store trying to cremate mouse
Bored staff at a bike shop in Bury St Edmunds caused £1.6m worth of damage when their attempt to cremate the remains of a mouse went wrong. The fire got out of control, destroying the shop and spreading to nearby premises. A court heard the workers had been “trying to amuse themselves on a boring day”

Library book returned after five decades
A borrower has returned a library book 52 years after it was borrowed, inserting a £100 cheque to cover the fine. A librarian at Lowestoft Library said she was "amazed" when the copy of The Metaphysical Poets arrived through the mail, along with a covering letter explaining the delay. “They said they settled after moving around a lot and discovered the book,” said the librarian.

Cheese made from celeb bacteria goes on display
Cheese made from famous people’s bacteria is on display at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Among the celebs donating their microbes are Blur bassist Alex James, master-chef Heston Blumenthal and the rapper Professor Green. The stars’ noses, armpits and belly buttons were swabbed for the raw material.

Game of Thrones counselling available for disappointed fans
A special counselling service is available for disappointed fans of Game of Thrones. After the series finale went down like a lead balloon for many viewers, the service is offering a 30-minute or 60-minute session, which can be face-to-face or online. The listing promises to help fans with their “anger and confusion to sadness and grief”.

Dinosaurs not wiped out by asteroid but ‘lack of sex lakes’
Dinosaurs were not wiped out by an asteroid but by a lack of sex lakes – that’s the claim of a biology expert. Professor Brian J. Ford said the giant creatures needed buoyancy to mate, since love-making on land for a creature of their heft would have been “impossible”. He adds: “As the continents drifted, the shallow lakes shrank, and the dinosaurs' ecosystem disappeared.”

Man swallows earphone - and it still works after emerging
A man who accidentally swallowed an Apple AirPod earphone found it still worked after it passed through his digestive system. Activating his phone’s 'Find My AirPods’ feature to find the lost item, Ben Hsu realised the bleep was coming from his stomach. After taking laxative to speed its passage, he was thrilled to discover that the re-emerged earphone still worked. “The battery was still at 41%!” he said.

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Post by eddie on Thu Jun 06, 2019 9:49 pm

Fire breaks out in patient’s chest during surgery
An emergency operation on a 60-year-old Australian patient took an unexpected turn when a fire broke out in his open chest. Medics were able to put out the fire, caused by a spark from a surgical tool igniting with oxygen used in an anaesthetic, and successfully complete the surgery. “This case highlights the continued need for fire training,” said an expert.

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Post by Jules on Thu Jun 06, 2019 10:36 pm

When fire extinguishers need to be used, that's when the patients should start worrying. Smile


There's always a very faint smell of burning in the operating theatre. You might occasionally see a little smoke too. Cos laser-induced heat is used to 'singe' all the small, cut blood vessels. This seals them and controls bleeding - you hear a loud weird sizzling noise each time a vessel is singed.

I guess it's not such a leap to imagine that sometimes sparks can literally fly tho I haven't personally witnessed that.  What a Face

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Post by Jules on Sat Jun 08, 2019 2:37 pm

FEW MORE:


1. Austrian Police raiding the home of champion skier Max Hauke for doping substances, caught him red handed doping himself via a blood transfusion.  Embarassed  And he worked for the police himself, he was a civilian employee. Oooops!


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2. Tragic case of a pupil who was allergic to cheese and died after a tiny piece of cheese was playfully thrown at him by another pupil at the William Perkin C of E High School. Poor Karanbir Singh Cheema suffered a serious allergic reaction and died in hospital a few days later. He was allergic to wheat, gluten, all dairy products, eggs and nuts and had asthma and eczema.




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3. Euthanasia at both extremes of life.  Sad
May 2018, 104-year-old Australian David Goodall travelled to Switzerland for voluntary euthanasia.
June 2019, 17-year-old Dutch child Noa Pothoven was euthanased in Netherlands. It is legal there, from age 12 Shocked 
tho under 16's need parental consent to request it.



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4. An Edinbrough soldier was formally charged and punished for ''killing'' his colleague in a virtual war game!! 
Went rogue during a battlefield computer game.  Unit-based Virtual Training in the HQ offices is the modern way to train.

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Post by Original Quill on Sat Jun 08, 2019 5:04 pm

eddie wrote:Fire breaks out in patient’s chest during surgery
An emergency operation on a 60-year-old Australian patient took an unexpected turn when a fire broke out in his open chest. Medics were able to put out the fire, caused by a spark from a surgical tool igniting with oxygen used in an anaesthetic, and successfully complete the surgery. “This case highlights the continued need for fire training,” said an expert.

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Post by Fred Moletrousers on Sat Jun 08, 2019 5:45 pm

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eddie wrote:Fire breaks out in patient’s chest during surgery
An emergency operation on a 60-year-old Australian patient took an unexpected turn when a fire broke out in his open chest. Medics were able to put out the fire, caused by a spark from a surgical tool igniting with oxygen used in an anaesthetic, and successfully complete the surgery. “This case highlights the continued need for fire training,” said an expert.

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Gives new meaning to the term, chronic indigestion.

Not to mention cauterization...
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Post by eddie on Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:47 pm

2. Tragic case of a pupil who was allergic to cheese and died after a tiny piece of cheese was playfully thrown at him by another pupil at the William Perkin C of E High School. Poor Karanbir Singh Cheema suffered a serious allergic reaction and died in hospital a few days later. He was allergic to wheat, gluten, all dairy products, eggs and nuts and had asthma and eczema.


That is so sad. Dying from a single piece of cheese...

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Post by Syl on Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:52 pm

Jules wrote:When fire extinguishers need to be used, that's when the patients should start worrying. Smile


There's always a very faint smell of burning in the operating theatre. You might occasionally see a little smoke too. Cos laser-induced heat is used to 'singe' all the small, cut blood vessels. This seals them and controls bleeding - you hear a loud weird sizzling noise each time a vessel is singed.

I guess it's not such a leap to imagine that sometimes sparks can literally fly tho I haven't personally witnessed that.  What a Face

When I had a knee replacement a few years ago I opted for a spinal injection because I dont like being knocked out by morphine, it makes me very sick.
I was awake and aware the whole time, and the clearest memory is hearing the drilling, hammering, but most of all smelling the burning.

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Post by nicko on Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:38 pm

The lad who died because of Cheese, surely it wouldn't kill him if it just bounced off him, did he swallow it ?
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Post by Jules on Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:39 pm

nicko wrote:The lad who died because of Cheese, surely it wouldn't kill him if it just bounced off him, did he swallow it ?

No he did not swallow it, nicko, he already had an eczema rash on his neck and it must have got into his blood stream through the broken skin. The human skin keeps us alive by keeping out bugs and allergens. Scientists can travel to the moon but they have never been able to replicate anything even close to the human skin, despite their best efforts.

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Post by Jules on Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:43 pm

Syl wrote:
Jules wrote:When fire extinguishers need to be used, that's when the patients should start worrying. Smile


There's always a very faint smell of burning in the operating theatre. You might occasionally see a little smoke too. Cos laser-induced heat is used to 'singe' all the small, cut blood vessels. This seals them and controls bleeding - you hear a loud weird sizzling noise each time a vessel is singed.

I guess it's not such a leap to imagine that sometimes sparks can literally fly tho I haven't personally witnessed that.  What a Face

When I had a knee replacement a few years ago I opted for a spinal injection because I dont like being knocked out by morphine, it makes me very sick.
I was awake and aware the whole time, and the clearest memory is hearing the drilling, hammering,


but most of all smelling the burning.

Ya. Horrid smell.
(I've only just noticed eddie's link to other weird stories just now, I'll be clicking it to take a look. What a Face )

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Post by Original Quill on Mon Jun 17, 2019 4:04 am

Syl wrote:
Jules wrote:When fire extinguishers need to be used, that's when the patients should start worrying. Smile


There's always a very faint smell of burning in the operating theatre. You might occasionally see a little smoke too. Cos laser-induced heat is used to 'singe' all the small, cut blood vessels. This seals them and controls bleeding - you hear a loud weird sizzling noise each time a vessel is singed.

I guess it's not such a leap to imagine that sometimes sparks can literally fly tho I haven't personally witnessed that.  What a Face

When I had a knee replacement a few years ago I opted for a spinal injection because I dont like being knocked out by morphine, it makes me very sick.
I was awake and aware the whole time, and the clearest memory is hearing the drilling, hammering, but most of all smelling the burning.

Even though my daughter is an anesthesiologist, I've always been against any pain medications. My theory is that pain is your friend, and it is communicating with you about your body and how it is doing.

When I had heart surgery to arthroscopically implant the stents, the anesthesiology nurse told me that they would be giving me an amnesiac at the end. Now having been in the room when my daughters were born, I knew what an amnesiac is. It's not something to kill the pain or put you to sleep, it's something to make you forget....you still feel the pain, etc., you just forget.

I told her that I didn't want it. If I could stand the pain, what good is it to forget it? So I remembered the last part of my surgery, and it was nothing.

Now with my open heart surgery, I didn't go that way. That would be too much. But a week prior to the big surgery they did an arthroscopic exploration of my heart and arteries. The same nurse remembered that I didn't like amnesiacs and didn't give me one. So, on that entire exploratory surgery I was awake, talking to the doctors, and watching the inside of my heart on he monitor screens. I could feel the scope probing and moving around, but there was no pain. It was one of the most fascinating experiences of my life.

The open heart surgery involves breaking your chest open with chisels and saws, and that would hurt. But the exploratory surgery was fascinating.

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Post by nicko on Mon Jun 17, 2019 5:20 am

"chisels and saws" you must have gone on a Building site ! My Sternum was cut with an Electric Bone Saw and joined up again with two metal clips .

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Post by Original Quill on Mon Jun 17, 2019 5:02 pm

nicko wrote: "chisels and saws"   you must have gone on a Building site !  My Sternum was cut with an Electric Bone Saw and joined up again with two metal clips .

I think they used a bone saw in my case, as well. I just added the chisels for hyperbole. Suffice it to say there was substantial agony involved, and I preferred not to be aware of it when they physically opened up my chest.

When they go in authoroscopically, there is little or no pain involved. Most of the time they are dealing with the fears and apprehensions of people. Thus, the use of amnesiacs...it's all mental.

What was fascinating was to be awake and witness it all as I was experiencing it.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:49 pm

Just yuck. I could never be awake during surgery! Shocked

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Post by Ben Reilly on Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:15 pm

I think I'd pass out naturally in that situation ...

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Post by Original Quill on Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:36 pm

eddie wrote:Just yuck. I could never be awake during surgery! Shocked

You'd miss a lot. But I grant you, the bulk of people can't look when they are getting a shot. It's all in the mind.

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Post by eddie on Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:05 pm

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eddie wrote:Just yuck. I could never be awake during surgery! Shocked

You'd miss a lot.  But I grant you, the bulk of people can't look when they are getting a shot.  It's all in the mind.

I’m okay with injections but looking at my actual heart on a screen? Ooooh no!

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Post by Original Quill on Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:31 pm

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You'd miss a lot. But I grant you, the bulk of people can't look when they are getting a shot. It's all in the mind.

I’m okay with injections but looking at my actual heart on a screen? Ooooh no!

I have blood draws frequently. You'd be surprised how many people look away, or even make whimpering sounds.

I'm very much involved in my health. I keep a running personal medical log, frequently updated, that I print out and hand to every doctor or technician, each visit. That way, I don't have to write down anew every medication I take, every surgery, and any symptoms I experience, etc.

Also, I describe medical procedures, symptoms and after-effects, so there is no transfer of information that can be misunderstood or misinterpreted. I like first-hand information, and in keeping with that...I like to watch.

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Post by Ben Reilly on Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:41 pm

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You'd miss a lot.  But I grant you, the bulk of people can't look when they are getting a shot.  It's all in the mind.

I’m okay with injections but looking at my actual heart on a screen? Ooooh no!

I have blood draws frequently.  You'd be surprised how many people look away, or even make whimpering sounds.

I'm very much involved in my health.  I keep a running personal medical log, frequently updated, that I print out and hand to every doctor or technician, each visit.  That way, I don't have to write down anew every medication I take, every surgery, and any symptoms I experience, etc.

Also, I describe medical procedures, symptoms and after-effects, so there is no transfer of information that can be misunderstood or misinterpreted.  I like first-hand information, and in keeping with that...I like to watch.

I get mine drawn about twice a year, and I can never look -- especially when they used to have your blood go through a long skinny tube. I just kept thinking that my blood was not supposed to be in there! Laughing

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Post by Original Quill on Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:24 pm

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I have blood draws frequently.  You'd be surprised how many people look away, or even make whimpering sounds.

I'm very much involved in my health.  I keep a running personal medical log, frequently updated, that I print out and hand to every doctor or technician, each visit.  That way, I don't have to write down anew every medication I take, every surgery, and any symptoms I experience, etc.

Also, I describe medical procedures, symptoms and after-effects, so there is no transfer of information that can be misunderstood or misinterpreted.  I like first-hand information, and in keeping with that...I like to watch.

I get mine drawn about twice a year, and I can never look -- especially when they used to have your blood go through a long skinny tube. I just kept thinking that my blood was not supposed to be in there! Laughing

Laughing But it's all in your head.

As you know, my father was a doctor. When vaccination time came along, he used to line us up, the oldest to inject the next, the next-oldest to inject the next, the next-oldest to inject the next, the next-oldest to inject the next, and the last to inject my father. So we got used to it...and to watch the brother so that he didn't try to twist the needle. Shocked

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Post by nicko on Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:48 am

The same needle for all of you ?
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Post by Raggamuffin on Wed Jun 19, 2019 7:41 am

I used to look away during blood tests, but I have them so often now that I just watch.

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Post by nicko on Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:59 am

Same here !
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Post by Original Quill on Wed Jun 19, 2019 4:16 pm

nicko wrote:The same needle for all of you ?

Haha...I thought of that after I posted, but I assumed it was obvious you wouldn't use the same needle.  But I don't blame you for questioning...it occurred to me too.

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Post by Jules on Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:50 am

An unusual ice cream topping, courtsey of a seagull which knows the meaning of precision. What a Face





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