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HOLY SHIT. It was like the heart was incased in black pudding. Wow. Looks like the heart wall had a hole.
Possibly or it could've been a hematoma induced by trauma. You see that alot in mvas that were unrestrained n hit their steering wheel.
CPR can cause it to, it's a huge risk of good deep effective compressions, but if they were already coding then the tamponade didn't kill em, they were already dead. Just wanting in limbo.
 
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Possibly or it could've been a hematoma induced by trauma. You see that alot in mvas that were unrestrained n hit their steering wheel.
CPR can cause it to, it's a huge risk of good deep effective compressions, but if they were already coding then the tamponade didn't kill em, they were already dead. Just wanting in limbo.
Ya. there wasn't much back story on how the injury happend. I just commented that it looked like this:

That's what the medical community and TV gotta clear up. Normies think that a couple of minutes of CPR and BOOM, the patient is up and about running marathons like nothing happened. Most don't know that broken ribs, punctured lungs, fractured sternums, etc., happen and are frequent even by people who do that sort of stuff for a living. For God's sake you are compressing a cage that was designed not to compress, to artificially employ a muscle.
 

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When you crack ribs it sounds like balsa wood breaking wrapped in silly putty. . Feels like it too. Its weirder still when they look at you but you tend to not think about it because of the tunnel vision effect.

I should look up the history behind CPR, I think one of my legends of surgery podcasts went over it actually, it's pretty neat how they kinda discovered and tweaked it.
 
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When you crack ribs it sounds like balsa wood breaking wrapped in silly putty. . Feels like it too. Its weirder still when they look at you but you tend to not think about it because of the tunnel vision effect.

I should look up the history behind CPR, I think one of my legends of surgery podcasts went over it actually, it's pretty neat how they kinda discovered and tweaked it.
Yeah that muffled "pop" or "snap."
 

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A trail run near the California coast may have led a woman to contract a horrifying infection with a rare parasitic eye worm.
The woman is only the second person known to have contracted this particular worm, which typically infects cows, according to a new report of the case, published Oct. 22 in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases.
The 68-year-old woman lives in Nebraska but spends her winters in California in an area called Carmel Valley. The inland valley located about 13 miles (21 kilometers) from the coast is known for its wineries and hiking trails.
She was there in March 2018 when she felt irritation in her right eye and so flushed the eye with tap water. That's when a 0.5-inch (1.3 centimeters), wriggly roundworm came out. After this discovery, she looked more closely at her eye and saw a second roundworm, which she also removed, the report said.
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The next day, the woman went straight to an eye doctor in Monterey, California, who retrieved a third roundworm (also known as a nematode) from the woman's eye and preserved the worm in formaldehyde. The doctor told the woman to continue to flush her eye with distilled water to remove any more worms. She was given a topical medication to prevent any bacterial infections from taking hold.
The preserved worm sample was sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, where researchers determined that the woman was infected with a species of eye worm called Thelazia gulosa. Only one other human case of T. gulosa has ever been reported, in a 26-year-old Oregon woman who became infected in August 2016, Live Science previously reported. The worm usually infects cattle and is carried by certain types of face flies that consume eye secretions.
I'm bathing in bugspray.

https://www.livescience.com/amp/parasitic-eye-worm-trail-run.html
 
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